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    My Sheet Set Manager palette in Civil 3d seems to be still away on the Christmas break. I can’t see it in my civil 3d workspace anywhere. It is definitely turned on according to my palette toolbar. I have done this walkthrough http://forums.autodesk.com/autodesk/...ngPalettes.jpg but I still can’t see it. I have checked my other connected monitor and cant see it anywhere else. Is there a trick I can do to see it again? Thanks

    I'm not a hugely experience Civil 3D operator so please be kind with your answers and explain in "Civil 3d for dummies" speak .

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    Default Re: Missing Sheet Set Manager palette

    Could be that it is open but it's on a collapsed palette? Also check the tabs on your palettes as both have gotten me.

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    Default Re: Missing Sheet Set Manager palette

    Thanks Curly but I'm afraid I dont know what a collapsed palette is. I cant see it anywhere on either of my 2 screens.

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    Default Re: Missing Sheet Set Manager palette

    Hi Emma,
    A 'collapsed' pallette will look more like a vertical toolbar (or a single icon if you have Icons enabled) locked to one side of your drawing area. If you set the position to "LEFT" then it should be located on the far left side of your drawing window between the edge of your Prospector and the edge of the screen. Another way to find it is to keep an eye on that area and then type SSM and press enter then do it once more.

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    Default Re: Missing Sheet Set Manager palette

    Sorry - that's pretty obvious when I say it like that. It definitely isnt collapsed/minimised/on another screen/etc. I have had my experienced cad manager try and find it for me changing my settings in my CUI to change where the palette is docked but we still cant see it. If i reload CAD will I be able to see it again?

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    Default Re: Missing Sheet Set Manager palette

    Quote Originally Posted by Another username View Post
    I have had my experienced cad manager try and find it for me changing my settings in my CUI to change where the palette is docked but we still cant see it.
    That should have worked. I just tried it here myself using these settings.

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    Default Re: Missing Sheet Set Manager palette

    I read your response and was about to type back to say I had already tried all that but "low and behold" it is back. I think it was away on vacation and has decided today would be the day to reappear. Thanks so much for your help!

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