Using Task and Window Panes

Task panes are separate windows that appear when you need them, such as Navigation or Format Picture pane, or when you click a Dialog Box Launcher icon, such as Clipboard. A task pane displays various options that relate to the current task. Many task panes are organized into categories and groups of options (New!), which you can display by clicking a tab (if available), clicking a category icon button (like a tab) at the top, and expanding a group below. Task panes function differently depending on the type. Window panes are sections of a window, such as a split window. If you need a larger work area, you can use the Close button in the upper-right corner of the pane to close a task or window pane, or move a border ...

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