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4.2.  Removing Tabs

Figure 5.12.  A dialog in a dock, with the “Close Tab” button highlighted

A dialog in a dock, with the Close Tab button highlighted

If you want to remove a dialog from a dock, there are two ways you can do it. First, if you click on the drag handle area and drag the dialog away, releasing it someplace other than a docking bar, it will form a new dock in its own right. Second, clicking on the “Close Tab” button (highlighted in the figure to the right) will close the frontmost dialog.


 
 
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