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How to close Results/Messages Window?

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I'm using MS SQL 2008 Management Studio. Every time I run any query the results/messages window displays. Can I close or hide these windows to get back to the full window to view my code? I've been just resizing the window down to view more of the coding window. But, I think there should be a better way.
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