Hide Immediate Window in SQL2012

After I have ran a query and looked at the results I would like to hide the Immediate Window so I can see my query better.  I know I used to but I can't find the button or command now.

Any help is appreciated.
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
You add this question to MSSQL topic but shouldn't be on Visual Studio topic?
Anyway, being a Windows application it should close as any child window by pressing CTRL + F4 (don't forget to put the focus on the Immediate window). You can open it again by pressing CTRL + ALT + I.

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huerita37Author Commented:
I am using SQL Server Management Studio.  That is why I have this in the MS SQL Server topic.

I just realized it is called the 'Results' window.  Now I understand why you suggested to go to the Visual Studio topic.

CTRL + F4 closes the whole query window, not just the 'Results' window.
huerita37Author Commented:
It's CTRL + R
huerita37Author Commented:
Even though you didn't give me the answer, reason for a 'B'.  If it wasn't for this comment I wouldn't have realized I was calling it the wrong thing.

Thank you!!
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