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You can easily change the project to any panel in the C-More Micro Family at any time. Either from the Navigations Windows Function Tab: Panel, OR from the Setup Menu, panel manager. From there you can select the panel you want. If you originally set the panel up as a 3” panel like we did here and then switch to a larger panel – let’s say a 4” panel like this one - , when you hit OK, the software will ask you if you want to display screens as original size or scale all objects to the new size. Usually you will want to leave it at the original size. For this example let’s tell it to tell it scale the object to the new resolution so they appear the same size as before relative to the panel. Now we have our new 4” panel with all objects scaled up to appear to be the same size as before. Can we go back to the 3” panel? Sure! Panel Manager, change it back to the 3” panel we had before, say OK, we are going to adjust the resolution back to the 3 inch size, and here’s our 3 inch panel just like we had it. This time let’s go to the 4 inch panel, BUT let’s not scale everything up – let’s leave them at the original size. Now the objects are at the original 3” size, and you have a lot more panel area to work with. That’s because even though the 4”panel is only a little bigger physically, it is MUCH bigger from a screen resolution standpoint because it has over 9 times the pixels as the 3” panel does! … And of course, we can use COLOR with the larger panels! One side note, if you start on a larger panel and then try to reduce to a smaller panel, things might not work out so clean – for example, if we start with a busy 4” panel like this (I just copied our 3 inch objects and spread them all over the screen), then try to go to a 3” panel, and we adjust them so they fit the new panel, we just get a mess. So be sure to plan ahead … if you think you are going to use a 3 inch panel, try and setup your layout for a 3 inch panel. Well, that’s it for swapping panel types – be sure to check out all of the other videos in this series. And as always, please send us any topics you would like to see covered – or - any other comments for that matter – we appreciate the feedback!