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RMCompute (03-20-10, 04:06 PM)
The object explorer used to be fixed to the left side of SQL Server
Management Studio and the query ran to the right of it. Now the query
occupies the full screen and the object explorer is floating in the middle of
the screen. Does anyone know how to return to the original settings of
object explorer on the left and then the query?
Andrew J. Kelly (03-20-10, 04:27 PM)
Just drag it over and dock it where you want it.
Erland Sommarskog (03-20-10, 09:17 PM)
Andrew J. Kelly (sqlmvpnooospam) writes:
> Just drag it over and dock it where you want it.


"Just"? The docking interface is completely hopeless and can keep
you busy a rainy afternoon to figure it out. I found that I should
move the floating window to the centre cross, and then move it over
the left arrow and let go of it there.

I can only wish RMCompute good luck!
Rick Byham, MSFT (03-22-10, 04:58 PM)
On the Windows menu, click Reset Window Layout.
That should restore the default. It may not reset everything though.
Prabahar Chandrasekar (01-18-11, 01:58 PM)
Thanks for the solution
[..]
asoma (03-13-15, 06:22 PM)
On Tuesday, January 18, 2011 at 3:58:44 AM UTC-8, Prabahar Chandrasekar wrote:
> Thanks for the solution


Thanks for the solution.
-Anu
aungkolin (06-06-16, 12:35 PM)
On Monday, March 22, 2010 at 9:28:38 PM UTC+6:30, Rick Byham, MSFT wrote:
> On the Windows menu, click Reset Window Layout.
> That should restore the default. It may not reset everything though.
> --
> Rick Byham, MSFT
> (Implies no warranty or rights)
> "Erland Sommarskog" <esquel> wrote in message
> news:rman


thanks million
linda.willis.pfm (09-19-17, 05:44 PM)
On Monday, March 22, 2010 at 10:58:38 AM UTC-4, Rick Byham, MSFT wrote:
> On the Windows menu, click Reset Window Layout.
> That should restore the default. It may not reset everything though.
> --
> Rick Byham, MSFT
> (Implies no warranty or rights)


Thanks so much. That's the answer
anasarpz (07-25-18, 07:33 AM)
On Monday, 22 March 2010 17:58:38 UTC+3, Rick Byham, MSFT wrote:
> On the Windows menu, click Reset Window Layout.
> That should restore the default. It may not reset everything though.
> --
> Rick Byham, MSFT
> (Implies no warranty or rights)
> "Erland Sommarskog" <esquel> wrote in message
> news:rman


Thanks for the Solution