The tree view in the left portion of the DesignCenter window and the four DesignCenter tabs help you find and load content into the content area.
The Folders tab displays a hierarchy of navigational icons, including
Click an item in the tree view to display its contents in the content area. Click the plus (+) or minus (-) sign to display and hide additional levels in the hierarchy. You can also double-click an item to display deeper levels. Right-clicking in the tree view displays a shortcut menu with several related options.
The Open Drawings, History, and DC Online tabs provide alternate methods of locating content.
DesignCenter provides a solution to finding content that you need to access quickly on a regular basis. Both the tree view and the content area include options that activate a folder called Favorites. The Favorites folder can contain shortcuts to content on local or network drives as well as in Internet locations.
When you select a drawing, folder, or another type of content and choose Add to Favorites, a shortcut to that item is added to the Favorites folder. The original file or folder doesn't actually move; in fact, all the shortcuts you create are stored in the Favorites folder. The shortcuts saved in the Favorites folder can be moved, copied, or deleted using Windows. Explorer.