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Default Managing your windows configuration.

Here's a good thing many new comers to Pro tools may not know. You can save your windows configuration just like you would save a marker point. This means that if you set your windows a specific way or that you want to group some tracks together and only have those shown for example your drums tracks, then you can save this as a windows configuration and call upon it just like you would for a marker with the exception that you would use the .#* instead of .#. key pad command for just using the windows configuration or you can save it within a memory location and use .#.

Here's a video explaining it
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