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-== Layer manager ==+The '''Layer Manager''' allows you to manage various data and imagery sets. It provides finer control over sublayers and individual items that is not availble from the toolbar.
-This menu is the second and more complete menus of various data and imagery sets, and provides detailed control over sublayers and individual items, where appropriate. The menu will be hidden from view the first time you run World Wind, so you will need to access the toggle for this feature by following the directions below.+
-Access the layer manager through the View menu in the Main Program Menu at the top of the window.+==Accessing the Layer Manager==
-Specifically, click View: and check (or uncheck)the box near Layer Manager. The menu should then become visible to the left side of your screen.+[[Image:Ngbm_layermanager_icon.jpg|thumb|Layer Manager toolbar icon]]
 +The Layer Manager is hidden from view the first time you run World Wind.
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 +You can access the Layer Manager by pressing the shortcut key <code>L</code> or from the ''View'' menubar item at the top of the window or by using the Layer Manager toolbar icon. The menu should then become visible to the left side of your screen.
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The Layer Manager allows you to manage various data and imagery sets. It provides finer control over sublayers and individual items that is not availble from the toolbar.

[edit] Accessing the Layer Manager

Layer Manager toolbar icon
Layer Manager toolbar icon

The Layer Manager is hidden from view the first time you run World Wind.

You can access the Layer Manager by pressing the shortcut key L or from the View menubar item at the top of the window or by using the Layer Manager toolbar icon. The menu should then become visible to the left side of your screen.

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