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How to Change the Size and Location of the Command Pane and Script Pane

Updated: August 9, 2012

Applies To: Windows PowerShell 2.0

You can use the following steps to change the size and location of the Command Pane and the Script Pane. When you open the Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) again, the size and location changes you made will be retained.

To resize the Command Pane

  1. Pause the pointer on the split line between the Command Pane and Output Pane.

  2. When the mouse pointer changes to a two-headed arrow, drag the border to change the size of the pane.

To move the Command Pane

  1. To move the Command Pane above the Output Pane, on the Command Pane bar, click Move Command Pane Up, or in the View menu, click Command Pane Up.

  2. To move the Command Pane below the Output Pane, on the Command Pane bar, click Move Command Pane Down, or in the View menu, clear Command Pane Up.

  3. By default, the Command Pane is located below the Output Pane.

To resize the Script Pane

  1. Pause the pointer on the split line between the Script Pane and the other panes.

  2. When the mouse pointer changes to a two-headed arrow, drag it to change the size of the pane.

To move the Script Pane

Do one of the following

  • To move the Script Pane to the right of the Command and Output Panes, in the toolbar, click Show Script Pane Right, or in the View menu, click Show Script Pane Right.

  • To move the Script Pane above the Command and Output Panes, in the toolbar, click Show Script Pane Up, or in the View menu, click Show Script Pane Up.

To hide the Script Pane

To hide the Script Pane, on the Script Pane bar, click Hide Script Pane, or in the View menu, clear Show Script Pane.

To display the Script Pane

To display the Script Pane, on the Script Pane bar, click Show Script Pane, or in the View menu, click Show Script Pane.

To maximize the Script Pane

To maximize the Script Pane, on the Script Pane bar, click Show Script Pane Maximized, or in the View menu, click Show Script Pane Maximized.

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