Can I eliminate the open windows function of QB POS 18.0?

The windows function although a nice feature causes my staff problems.  They can go to "item list" then click on "make a sale" and the item they were looking at appears in the "make a sale" that is a problem

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Hello, charleyiv.

Thanks for reaching out to us. I'm here to address your QuickBooks Desktop Point of Sale (POS) concern, so let me get this straightened out.

At this time, disabling the multi-windows function in QuickBooks Desktop POS is unavailable. The software is designed to have its multi-windows functionality to make a sale.

While the option that you're looking for is not yet available, I'd encourage you to post this idea in our Feature Suggestion board. This is the ideal place for you to share your thought about the software to our product developers. You can that by going to the Help menu and selecting Send Feedback Online in QuickBooks 

From there, our developers take your comments to help improve the product. 

If you have any other concerns, don't hesitate to visit us again. I'm always glad to help. Wishing you the best.

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