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I just updated to Dreamweaver 19.2 and while I can get the Properties toolbar to show up - - it is floating and I can't remember how to dock it at the bottom.  Anyone willing to humor me with a solution?  Thanks.

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Just click and drag it to where you want it.  If you drag near the edge of the window you should see a blue highlight letting you know you can dock there.

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I just updated to Dreamweaver 19.2 and while I can get the Properties toolbar to show up - - it is floating and I can't remember how to dock it at the bottom.  Anyone willing to humor me with a solution?  Thanks.

(Double clicking it doesn't work)

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Correct answer by Ben M | Adobe Community Professional

Just click and drag it to where you want it.  If you drag near the edge of the window you should see a blue highlight letting you know you can dock there.

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Just click and drag it to where you want it.  If you drag near the edge of the window you should see a blue highlight letting you know you can dock there.

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Thanks...I'm doing this and it is not highlighting anywhere. This is the 2019 version of DW..not sure if it is different

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Never mind! I got it! Thank you SO much!

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Click and drag the named tab of the window to the edges of your application frame. When the edge highlights, release the tab to lock it in place.

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Thank you SO much!

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