Last night I was editing an In-Place family and for some reason, Revit did not exit the In-Place Editor properly. The Modify tab was kicked all the way to the left on the ribbon to precede the Home tab. Is there a way to reset the ribbon to its default state because, the contextual tabs react to the new location of the Modify tab? I have attached an image.
I am using a M6400 Dell Precison Laptop with Win 7 64 and SP1 has been installed to Revit Architecture
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Solved! by Bill.Knittle. See the answer in context.
Thanks for the tips. Ctrl+Drag worked great!!!
There are 2 approaches to resolve this:
1. You can rearrange tabs while holding the CTRL key:
2. You can reset the UI back to default [which will reset any QAT or ribbon customization]:
Hope this helps!
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