In this mode child windows will be displayed as tabbed pages. Even if you don't do so when designing your application, end-users will still be able to choose this layout style by using window title context menus.
Tabbed layout provides a great deal of flexibility for end-users. They can re-order documents by simply dragging tabs within the header panel. If a tab is dragged outside the header panel area, the corresponding document is automatically moved to a newly created window. They can then drag the window back to move the document into a tab.
Tab orientation, position and content are fully customizable. The Tab header panel can also include a dropdown that allows you to switch between documents.
Multi-Monitor Support: If you have a multiple monitor environment, you can easily move documents to your second monitor, so improving your productivity.
Help Topic: MDI Mode | Help Topic: Tabbed Groups | Examples: Creating a TabbedGroup and DocumentGroup groups | Examples: How to enable MDI mode for a DocumentGroup