You hide the main menus and toolbars if you do not use them or think they take up to much space.
You can increase the Work area in WorkStation by using Full screen mode and hiding toolbars and panes.
You can increase the work area in WorkStation by hiding some or all of the toolbars and panes. Most functions can still be reached using the right-click method. All toolbars and panes that are hidden can be displayed again at any time.
In this example, the System Tree pane, Address bar, Basic toolbar, and Main menu are hidden.
Default workspace (top left) and a workspace with the System Tree pane, Address bar, Basic toolbar, and Main menu hidden (bottom right).
To further increase the Work area you can use Full screen mode. This function maximizes the window in focus to fill the whole screen. This is a good function to use, for example, when you work in large graphics with lots of information.
Full screen mode
, point to
, and then click the menus and toolbars you want to hide.