Showing, Docking and Hiding Windows
From LibreOffice Help
Some windows in LibreOffice are dockable, such as the Navigator window. You can move these windows, re-size them or dock them to an edge.
Docking and Undocking Windows
To dock a window, do one of the following:
- Drag the window by its title bar to the side, or
- Double-click inside a vacant area of the window while holding down the Ctrl key. In the Styles and Formatting window, double-click a gray part of the window next to the icons while holding down the Ctrl key. Alternatively, press
These methods can also be used to undock a currently docked window.
Showing and Hiding Docked Windows
|Click the button on the edge of the docked window to show or hide the docked window. The AutoHide function allows you to temporarily show a hidden window by clicking on its edge. When you click in the document, the docked window hides again.|
|Docking toolbars and windows by drag-and-drop depends on your system's window manager settings. You must enable your system to show the full window contents when you move a window, instead of showing just the outer frame.|