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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Docking/floating windows and toolbars

Toolbars and some windows, such as the Navigator and the Styles and Formatting window, are dockable. You can move, re-size or dock them to an edge.

To dock a window or toolbar, do one of the following:

  • Click on the title bar of the floating window and drag it to the side until you see the outline of a box appear in the main window, then release the window. This method depends on your system’s window manager settings, so it may not work for you.
Docking a window.
  • Hold down the Control key and double-click on a vacant part of the floating window to dock it in its last position. If that does not work, try double-clicking without using the Control key.

To undock a window, hold down the Control key and double-click on a vacant part of the docked window.

Image:documentation_note.png The Styles and Formatting window can also be docked or undocked by using Control+double-click on the gray area next to the icons at the top of the window.

OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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