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11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
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Rearranging Views

You can use your mouse to rearrange a view (for example, title, legend, table, or graph) within a compound layout.

To rearrange a view:

  1. Place the cursor just inside the top edge of the view to be rearranged.

  2. Click and hold the left mouse button (if configured) on the view.

    The view is displayed as a transparent movable object.

  3. Use the mouse to drag the view to the required position.

    A view can be rearranged as follows:

    • At the boundary of a view.

      Each view has four boundaries (upper, lower, left or right), and can be arranged alongside the boundaries of other views in an analysis. You can drag and drop a view to display it next to the boundary of another view.

    • At the outer boundary of the compound layout.

      Each compound layout contains one or more views arranged in either a square or a rectangle. The compound layout has four boundaries (upper, lower, left and right). You can drag and drop a view to the outer boundary of an compound layout. This action displays the view across the entire length or breadth of the compound layout.

  4. Release the mouse button.

    The view is rearranged in the compound layout in the position that is indicated by the blue bar.

  5. Repeat the previous steps to rearrange further views.