Calamus offers you a bewildering number of functions and
possibilities for the processing and organisation of your documents.
With the loadable external modules you can substantially increase this
function range still further. In order to keep the abundance of
functions manageable, these have been split into several large areas
spheres of operation, the so-called modules. Each module
consists of up to 16 function groups, each of which can contain up to
21 functions. The principle resembles a file folder, within which a
number of files can be summarised under a header. Additionally, module
functions are accommodated in drop-down menus and in the Top row
Calamus SL always has at least one function panel. This function
panel can be moved on the desktop by clicking and dragging its window
title. In order to open a second function panel, click on the top
Fuller window gadget of the first function panel. A popup
appears in which you choose the
Following this a new, second function panel will be situated on
top of the first, and can be freely positioned by you on the desktop.
If you then wish to close one of several function panels, click again
Fuller and choose the
Close entry in the popup.
Naturally, you may also click directly on the
Closer gadget at
the top left corner of a function panel window in order to close a
function panel (apart from the last).
If you want a certain function panel to always show only a given
module, set everything in this function panel the way you would like
to see it from now on, and select
Fix in the popup. Immediately
afterwards the function panel window title line shows
To make the settings or modifications of the function panels
permanent and also to be active at the next program start, save the
Calamus setup file in the usual way (Options menu,
To change between the different modules you click on a module icon in the Top row. Its first (or the last selected function group for this module) appears in the current function panel.
You can delete all modules except for the clipboard module. All
modules (including the clipboard module) can be replaced by others.
More information can be found in the section
File menu, External