|Desktop Tools and Development Environment|
Tool Outside of Desktop and Other Tools Tabbed Inside Desktop Example
This example shows two ways you can increase the size of a tool.
Move a tool outside of the desktop to increase its size. Here, the Command Window was moved outside of the desktop and made larger. To move a tool outside of the desktop, click the Undock button in the tool's title bar when the tool is in the desktop.
You can group tools together inside the desktop and access them via labeled tabs. Here the Current Directory browser, Workspace browser, and Command History window are tabbed together. To achieve this, drag the title bar of one tool on top of the title bar of the tool(s) you want to group it with.
|Examples of Desktop Arrangements||Tiled Documents in Desktop Example|
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