Windows can be laid out on the screen in various ways, including the following modes:
ordinary layout when a window is only displayed within the work area of the program,floating layout, in which a window can be moved around the screen (including outside of the program work area),docked layout when a window is "pinned" to the borders of the work area of the program or to other windows,automatically hidden (only for some types of windows, e.g. auxiliary windows, calculator, and calendar).
To change the window layout, select the desired mode from the context menu of the window header.
For "ordinary" and "floating" layouts you can also set the Dockable property. When this property is selected, these windows can be docked to each other.
In Designer mode you can dock “ordinary” windows by holding the Shift key.
You can also change the layout by dragging and dropping a window.