In the Task Builder window, the Available Actions pane and the Debug pane can be displayed in various ways or can be hidden depending on your preference. Either pane can be dragged off and used as a floating window, repositioned in the window, or set to auto-hide. Additionally, each of the eight different views of the Debug window can be individually dragged off and repositioned. The Status bar at the bottom of the window can also be displayed or hidden depending on your preference.
Navigate to the View menu and select the parameter labeled Windows. This will reveal the available Task Builder window panes. All panes are checked by default indicating that they are enabled. Simply un-check a particular pane to disable or hide it from view. To view a currently hidden pane, simply re-check the desired pane.
Click the pushpin icon in the upper right corner of
A tab for the pane is displayed. When you roll over the tab, the pane is visible. Click the pushpin icon again to return the pane to the normal display.
Click and drag the title bar of the pane you want to
A gray outline displays the position of the pane as you drag.
Click and drag the tab of the view you want to move.
The Status bar along the bottom of the Task Builder window displays the progress of the task as it runs. It displays the currently selected or currently running step number, the status of the step (running, finished, or error), plus, if the step is running, the percent of progress and the action being performed.
On the View menu, click Status Bar.
NOTE: To return to the original default settings, go to the View menu and select the option titled Reset Interface. A pop-up dialog will ask whether you want to continue with re-setting the interface. Clicking Yes will complete the procedure. This returns all views, toolbars, and options to their original settings. All custom views will be lost.
Changing the Task Builder Display
Customizing the Available Actions Pane