In the Scout frame, you can define how the Scout window is handled and how results are displayed:
· Automatic window alignment:
When this option is active, the Scout window will automatically be aligned with the active Word window when the Scout is opened, according to the settings below.
· Place on left side/Place on right side:
These options determine on which side of the screen the Scout dialog is displayed. If you select the Place on left side option, the Scout will be displayed on the left margin of the screen. If you select the Place on right side option, the Scout will be displayed on the right margin of the screen.
· Adjust windows vertically/Adjust windows horizontally:
These options determine in which directions the windows are aligned. If the vertical option is active the top and bottom of the windows are aligned to the top and bottom of the screen. If the horizontal option is active the windows are aligned to the right and left side of the screen.
In the frame Display options for result list, you can choose between two different techniques. This can be important for special critical languages that need to be displayed with special fonts. The default setting Grid list is faster and should work for almost all languages. The RTF list option should only be active if the Grid list option does not work.