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Differences between Symphony 1.3 and Symphony 3
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November 1, 2010
This articles describes changes to icons, tool bars and menu commands from Symphony 1.3 to Symphony 3
This document list and describes some of the differences in preferences, menu commands, icons, and keystroke commands between Symphony 1.3 and Symphony 3.
General settings and preferences
Duplicate Formatting icon -
Duplicate Formatting icon -
The All Properties button at the bottom of the Sidebar...
There is now a small white icon for More options to the right of each section in the Sidebar
View > Show Thumbnails
Window > Show Thumbnails
Layout > Case/Characters
Layout > Change Case
File Type Associations under File > Preferences > Lotus Symphony > File Type Associations
File Associations settings have been removed from Lotus Symphony. File associations control the default program used to open different types of files. These associations should be set by the operating system.
New File icon -
This icon has been removed from the default toolbar. There is a New File button
on the same row as the file tabs, so the New File icon is redundant.
If you prefer the New File icon on the toolbar, you can add it back under File > Preferences > Symphony > Toolbar > Commands.
Edit > Revisions
Tools > Reviewing
Create > Index and Table
Create > References
Layout > Instant Formatting
Tools > Instant Changes
Layout > Numbering
Layout > Bullets and Numbering
Table > Freehand Table
This feature is temporarily unavailable.
Use the equal sign (=) to start formulas
Use the equal sign (=) or the plus sign (+)
Choose Function -
Function Wizard -
Alt+Enter to create a new line in a cell
Alt+Enter or Ctrl+Enter to create a new line in a cell
Layout > Print Ranges
File > Print Ranges
Layout > Cell Protection
Layout > Properties > Text and Cell Properties > Cell Protection tab. You can also access this window using Ctrl+1 or the More Options button on the Sidebar.
Layout > Page Layout
Layout > Slide Layout
Layout > Page Design will open a dialog box where you can select a template.
Layout > Slide Design will open the Slide Templates section of the Properties Sidebar where you can select a template.
Layout > Background fill
Layout > Properties > Page Properties
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