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Using JMP 11, Second Edition, 2nd Edition by SAS Institute

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Overview
The Preferences command on the File menu (on the JMP menu on Macintosh) displays the Preferences window. See Figure 12.2. Each category is described in this chapter.
Changes that you make to preferences are stored in a version-specific JMP.PFS file (for example, in C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\SAS\JMP\<version number>). JMP looks for this file when you open the program and considers your changes to be the factory defaults. And all subsequent changes are stored in this file.
Note: The Reset to Defaults button is on every page of the preferences. Clicking the button on the General, Graphs, Reports, or Styles pages resets preferences on all of those pages. On the remaining pages, clicking the button resets preferences only on the ...

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