Docking and undocking panels and panel groups

Docking and undocking panels and panel groups

You can move panels and panel groups as necessary, and arrange them so that they are floating or docked in the workspace.

Most panels can be docked only to either the left or the right of the Document window area in the integrated workspace, while others (such as the Property inspector and the Insert bar) can be docked only to the top or bottom of the integrated window.

To undock a panel group:

  • Drag the panel group by its gripper (on the left side of the panel group’s title bar) until its outline indicates that it’s no longer docked.This is a picture of the feature being described.

To dock a panel group to other panel groups (floating workspace) or to the integrated window (Windows only):

  • Drag the panel group by its gripper until its outline indicates that it’s docked.

    This is a picture of the feature being described.

To undock a panel from a panel group:

  • Select Group With > New Panel Group from the Options menu in the panel group’s title bar. (The Group With command’s name changes depending on the name of the active panel.)This is a picture of the feature being described.

    The panel appears in a new panel group of its own.

To dock a panel in a panel group:

  • Select the name of a panel group from the Group With submenu of the panel group’s Options menu. (The Group With command’s name changes depending on the name of the active panel.)

To drag a floating (undocked) panel group without docking it:

  • Drag the panel group by the bar above its title bar. The panel group doesn’t dock as long as you don’t drag it by its gripper.

    This is a picture of the feature being described.



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