If you use LayOut for Microsoft Windows, you can create panel trays for the panels you use most often, or to keep the panels you need for different workflows organized and ready in a single click. To create a custom panel tray, follow these steps:
With LayOut's Label tool (), you create a label entity with a text box, a line (technically called a leader), and an arrow or endpoint ponting to a specific item in the drawing area. The following figure illustrates a few ways you can customize labels:
Dressing up your text can add that extra professional touch to your LayOut document. For example, you might match the fonts and colors to your company’s or your client’s branding. And you definitely want to size the text so it’s easy to read. Much like any word processor or other program that handles text, LayOut also enables you to apply character formatting (such as bold, italics, color, superscript, and more) and paragraph formatting (such as horizontal alignment, vertical anchoring, line spacing, and lists). The following sections guide you through all your options.
Although LayOut has only a slim chance of moonlighting with an illusionist act in Las Vegas, LayOut’s text isn’t always what it seems.