A mouse cursor that is displayed when a window or window object can be resized. For example, moving the cursor to the edge or corner of a window or frame within a window this cursor may be shown. Once displayed the user can click and stretch the window in each of the directions of the arrow. In the picture to the right, is a visual example of what the double-headed arrow may look like. This example shows a vertical double-headed arrow, which means when this cursor is seen you can drag the object up-or-down increase or decreasing its vertical size. In addition to vertical double-headed arrow, a horizontal double-headed and diagonal arrow may also be available.
Tip: This cursor is only visible for a window when it's not maximized and if the window is capable of being re-sized.