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VS.NET multi-monitor setup question

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    phreaks

    How can I get VS.NET (2005) to use my multi-monitor setup more efficiently? I don't know much about this sort of thing and am sure I am terribly misusing my setup.

    I usually, just run certain things on one side or the other.
    For instance, I am currently running, VS.NET on the left, and Query Anaylzer on the right.

    Is there a way to have VS.NET Span the entire monitor, or better yet, get my properties and class explorer windows on one side and my Code window on another?

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    W3bbo

    That's what I've got. (Also works well for VS2005, VS2002, VSInterdev, but not VB6 or VC6)

    Just undock the panels to their own windows, clump them all into a single window, then move the single giant window around.

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    TommyCarlier

    Same here. Clicky.

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    phreaks

    super. Thanks for the tips.

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    Minh

    W3bbo, you've made it BIG, my friend.

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    W3bbo

    Minh wrote:
    W3bbo, you've made it BIG, my friend.

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    Whoa, I'm now ranked along the likes of Maddox, or Richard Kyanka.

    How do they define "personal pages"? Personal home pages can be useful sources of information, such as research scientists or artists, so how does this work?

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    Code​Monkey666

    I simply right click on the window (tab) and say make new verticle tab group.

    It's hard for me to code with two screens now Tongue Out

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    Minh

    W3bbo wrote:
    

    Whoa, I'm now ranked along the likes of Maddox, or Richard Kyanka.

    How do they define "personal pages"? Personal home pages can be useful sources of information, such as research scientists or artists, so how does this work?
    It's probably based on domain name. They even block wikipedia & blogs.msdn.com, so, yeah, not the most enlightened of employer.

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