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Workspace settings

I have Photoshop 7.0, and when I start up the program, the workspace has independant windows, which do not move with the main workspace window.

Is there any way to change the workspace option so that all the child windows are part of the main window, and move with the main window?
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Axter
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a_leftyCommented:
If I'm reading this right, you're saying that you want to be able to move the toolbar, color pallette, etc. whenever you move the workspace window around correct?  If that's what you're asking, then as far as I know, no you cannot dock them so to speak so that they move with the main window.  Sorry.
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weedCommented:
Mac or pc?
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AxterAuthor Commented:
PC
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AxterAuthor Commented:
>>no you cannot dock them so to speak so that they move with the main window.  Sorry.

I was kind of afraid of that.

I realy hate development tools that throw there windows around all over the desktop.
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mleebCommented:
You can dock palettes into the upper-right docking area of the options bar and they will move with your workspace. Just drag them by their tabs to the docking section. Another way to get them to move with your workspace would be to adjust how you want the workspace and then simply go to window > workspace > reset palette locations. If you find yourself moving between a regular set of workspace configurations you can also save the workspace layouts in the same menu.
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AxterAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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