Managing your tool windows in Visual Studio is easy, but may require some shuffling as the day progresses. Sometimes you need a tool windows docked, sometimes you need the tool window free floating. This tip looks at how to re-dock the window when you've made it a free floating window.
- [Narrator] Managing your tool windows…in Visual Studio is easy, but may require…some shuffling as the day progresses.…Sometimes you need a tool window docked,…sometimes you need the tool window free-floating.…Then there are the times when you want it…as an extra tab or located on your second screen.…This tip looks at how to re-dock the window…when you've made it a free-floating window.…The window I'll use in this demonstration…is the properties window.…By default, in Visual Studio, it is docked…to the right side of the screen below the Solution Explorer.…
If you don't see it, you can bring it into view…by choosing View, Properties Window, or pressing F4.…And sometimes it might not be docked here…because it's been set to auto hide.…By clicking on the stick pin,…so it's over here, if you see it like this,…then you'll want to click here…and auto hide it.…And now it's got it in the default location.…Let's talk about how you can un-dock this.…There's a couple of ways you can do it.…One is you can click on this dropdown…
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