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To dock the selected window to the side, top or bottom of the entire screen, select the title bar of the window you want to move and drag it. You'll see a docking helper appear in the middle and the edges of the screen. Drag the title bar of the window over one of the outer helpers:

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You'll see a blue preview of where the window will end up in the screen:

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Let go once you see this preview and the window will be docked in the specified location:

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Docking Within Another Window

To dock the selected window to the side, top or bottom of another window, drag the window by its title bar and move it over to the window you want to dock it into. You'll see the docking helpers appear in the middle of that window instead of in the middle of the entire screen. Now you can drag the title bar of the selected window over the inner docking helpers:

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Once again, you'll see a blue preview of where it will the window will end up:

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Let go of the mouse button and the window will be docked.

This can also be done within other windows besides the Viewport:

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Docking a Window as a Tab 

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All you have to do is drag the title bar of the window you want to dock onto the central docking helper:

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The whole window that it will be docked into as a tab will turn blue:

Now, when you let go, you'll notice that another tab has appeared in the window:

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Now you can easily switch between the windows in that section by clicking on the appropriate tab.

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You can also drag the title bar of the selected window into the tab area of the target window. It will then be placed to the right of the tab that turns blue:

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Changing Tab Order

You can also change the order of tabs within a window by dragging a tab and dropping it where you want it to go:

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Undocking Windows

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Tabs do not have a cross in the top-right corner to close them, as you may expect. Instead, it requires a right click to display an option to close it:

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More Tabs than Fit the Screen

When there are more tabs in a panel than fit the screen, a dropdown menu will appear for easy access to all the tabs:

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