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Click the Objects menu to access the following commands:

Set Properties for Selected Objects… Opens a window for modifying the properties of multiple objects simultaneously. For detailed instructions, see Bulk-Editing Objects.
Set Default Properties for New Objects… Opens options for setting properties before objects are drawn on the canvas. For detailed instructions, see Setting Defaults.
Set Duration Display Format for Activities Changes what time unit that durations are displayed in on the canvas. For detailed instructions, see Setting Defaults.
Change Text Size Changes the text size for the entire schedule at once.
Restore Default Positions of Data Resets the position of any descriptions, IDs, dates, floats, drifts, buffers, gaps, and total floats back to their default locations. For detailed instructions, see Repositioning Fields (GEM).
Arrangement (Shades and Images) Rearranges the order of shades, shapes, or images on the canvas. For detailed instructions, see Rearranging Shades.
Line up Activities Places the selected activities on the same horizontal line on the canvas. Whichever activity is selected first will become the target gridline. For detailed instructions, see Grid Options.
Restore Faded Colors for All Objects Restores the color of all objects that have been spotlighted in a yellow box or faded.
Highlight Driving Link Chains Highlights activities and links with the smallest gaps and fades the rest. For detailed instructions, see Highlighting Link Chains.
Redundant Links Controls the display of redundant links on the canvas. For detailed instructions, see Treating Redundancies.
Display Float and Drifts for Actualized Objects Enables floats and drifts to be displayed for actualized objects. For detailed instructions, see Forensic Floats for Actualized Objects.
Use Outlines for Critical Objects (non-actualized only) Outlines all objects in red while maintaining their designated color (when critical). For detailed instructions, see Criticality.