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Le 2010-10-15 05:22, SveinnFelli acrit:This is how it used to be some time ago in MSO (and I think OOo): multiple documents tiled/cascading inside one program window, with *one set of toolbars and menus* - thus maximizing screen estate.Can be confusing if the theme does not distinguish well between active/inactive documents, but quite productive if you got many or long toolbars (say Anapraseus for translations) arranged along the top of the main window.Arranging two docs side by side with two sets of toolbars/menus make the menus wrap/be partially hidden.SveinnPros and cons: it works well on a single screen, but not as well on a dual-monitor setup.For document revision, a system that allows one to slide both documents in synch is great, as long as there is an easy to remember shortcut that allows one to move only one of the windows.I never use it with Ms Office basically because each time I want to move a single window I have to go through the menus to unsynch, move the window and resynch.--Michel Gagnonmichel@mgagnon.netMontral (Qubec, Canada) -- To unsubscribe, e-mail to All messages you send to this list will be publicly archived and cannot be deleted. List archives are available at


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