You can change the size of a document window. Each window can be displayed maximized (full screen), minimized (only an icon is visible), or with a custom size. You can also let TeleTrader WorkStation choose the appropriate size automatically.
Note When you change the size of the TeleTrader WorkStation main window, all document windows that are shown within it are resized accordingly to fit the new window size. You can temporarily suppress automatic resizing by holding the Ctrl key while changing the size of the main window. In the program options you can also permanently deactivate this feature (see General Settings).
▪ In a price page, watch list, market depth, options matrix or time and sales document, right-click on the document window and choose Auto Size.
Note In a price page or watch list, you have to right-click on the upper left corner of the document to see this option. In other documents, you can right-click anywhere.
▪ The size of the document is adapted to show all columns, and fit in the TeleTrader WorkStation main window. Additionally, the width of all columns is adapted to show the widest entry in this column.
▪ In the upper right corner of the document window, click the Maximize button.
Note You can also press the Shift key two times in a row to maximize a window, if it is not maximized already.
▪ In the upper right corner of the document window, click the Minimize button.
▪ In the upper right corner of the document window, click the Enlarge (Reduce) button.
▪ If the window was minimized, it will be enlarged. Otherwise, it will be reduced.
Note You can also press the Shift key two times in a row to enlarge or reduce a window: If the window was maximized, it will be reduced. If the window was minimized, it will be enlarged.
When you press the Shift key five times in a row (for example, when you first maximize and then reduce a window with the Shift key), Windows might show a message asking you if you want to activate the "Sticky Keys" function. This is an accessibility feature that allows you to press one key at a time for keyboard shortcuts such as Ctrl + C, instead of pressing them at the same time.
If you want to avoid this pop-up, click on the Settings button (or on the link in the message under Windows Vista). That sends you to the Accessibility Options (or Ease of Access Center under Windows Vista). There, clear the check box Use shortcut (or Turn on Sticky Keys when SHIFT is pressed five times under Windows Vista).