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VBE is not docking

Posted on 2014-09-04
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Hi,

My VB editor is not sitting back any more, i must have changed a view and not the modules are floating as is the project explorer, how can i get the views back so that the modules and project explorer do not float out from the screen

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Question by:Seamus2626
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Click the maximize button on one of the module windows.
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Nope, thats what i thought!

Its not that, the whole thing as become undocked
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Not sure what you mean by "the whole thing". Can you upload a screenshot?
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There are checkboxes for each window on the Docking tab of the Options dialogue which can be opened via Options... in the Tools menu.
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