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|Working with templates and categories||Konrad Hejwosz,
|A recent user survey indicates that among the concepts of SuperMemo 2002, templates and categories give users most headaches. This article is an attempt to provide simple step-by-step instructions without redundant material that can be found elsewhere in the documentation. If any portion of this text is unclear, please write to Konrad Hejwosz|
When you have finished this article, you should be able to:
Before we begin this step-by-step tutorial, there are two vital things you need to set up in SuperMemo in order to be able to practice tasks described in this article without unnecessary interruptions:
If you already have (1) the professional level on and (2) the windows layout similar to the one in the picture below, you can immediately proceed to the next step.
Otherwise, it is recommended you set up the windows layout according to the list at the bottom of this page.
To switch to the professional user interface:
|If you wish the current layout to be your default layout each time you open SuperMemo, you would rather choose Window : Layout : Save as default (Ctrl+Shift+F5) in the menu bar.|
|If you change the windows arrangement, you can later restore the Professional Interface by choosing Window : Professional Interface in the menu bar.|