Use the toolbar command in the Windows section to disable the toolbar. If you have Developer you can also disable the upper display with the option to see the browser.
When you say multiple files in the database, do you mean multiple tables in one file? If so, your scripts must be opening multiple windows and you should close these windows when you are finished with them.
Thanks I'll check that out as options!
And no, I mean actual multiple related files, not just tables. :)
And no, I mean actual multiple related files, not just tables
Which points out another possible solution--but one that will take a lot of work for an existing solution, and that's to put all your tables into a single file so that you only have one file open in the first place. (FileMaker Pro also opens other windows to these other files BTW, on an "as needed" basis, but they are hidden in the "show window" submenu.)