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The D-Form Tool has its own tab shown below. To open the tab, choose View > Tabs > D-Form.
There are no tab options, so that particular button is grayed-out. The tab can be docked or left floating, as you desire. The buttons that appear in this tab are as follows.
TIP! You should always try to assign a unique name to each new D-Former, especially if you plan to use more than one. If you do not assign a name, DAZ Studio creates a default name that is followed by a number (D-Former_1, D-Former_2, and so on) in the order in which the deformers are created. If you name them yourself, you can keep track of them more easily and determine at a glance how your deformers affect the mesh. For example, it is easier to determine what a deformer named “bulge_head_upwards” is supposed to do.