Dockable windows can be moved and resized, and either floated or docked (pinned to a location). The following windows are dockable:
A docked window shares one or more edges with adjacent windows and toolbars. If a shared edge is moved, the windows change shape to compensate. You can also float windows anywhere on the screen, if necessary.
An undocked window is one that has been separated from the application window. Each undocked window can be moved around the screen or screens as desired. Undocked windows can be resized and grouped.
A window group is a way to have more than one window occupy the same amount of space on the screen. When windows are grouped, each window is represented by a tab at the bottom of the group. In a group, click a tab to display that window. You can group or ungroup windows as necessary. In the following image, the Project Browser and Properties Palette are grouped. Notice that the Properties Palette is the active tab.
To show a dockable window
To hide a dockable window
To move a dockable window
To group dockable windows
To ungroup dockable windows