When I visit clients I often see them struggle to arrange windows inside RSLogix 5 and 500, resulting in a working environment like the one below:
Maybe it's a touch of OCD, but when I see a mess like this I can't help but point out the simple procedure used to tidy up the RSLogix 5 and 500 workspace:
Step 1: In the top menu select “Window,” then “Arrange”
Step 2: Select “Default Project” and press “OK”
Step 3: Enjoy an organized workspace 🙂
I hope this simple tip of how to organize your RSLogix 5 and 500 workspace is helpful, and I also hope everyone has a great Friday and a wonderful weekend!
PS – If you have any plans for this weekend we've love to hear them! Just click on the “post a comment or question” link below 🙂
Until next time, Peace ✌️
Shawn M Tierney
Technology Enthusiast & Content Creator
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