Adobe FrameMaker 9: That Flippin’ Toolbox
by Barb Binder
Getting rid of the toolbox is another matter. Resetting the workspace will do it, but if that’s too drastic an action (because it also resets the toolbars, pods and panels, and then you will need to undock the toolbox. Grab the top of the toolbox and drag it onto the page. Once it is undocked, you can simply click the X to close it.
Truthfully, you don’t need to flip it to dock it in the toolbars. Simply drag the vertical version up to the toolbar and it will flip itself.
It’s good to know how to flip the toolbar though because if you ever get this far and you want to restore the floating vertical Toolbox, you won’t need me to tell you to drag it out of the dock and click the double white arrows (located below the X on the rotated toolbox) to restore the vertical orientation.