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PostSubject: Shortcuts that may be handy   Tue Oct 23, 2007 9:58 am

Hold down the [alt] key and press the [tab] key.

a box will appear with all the windows on the lower toolbar displayed on it.

pressing [tab] again will move the selection to the next window

releasing [alt] will open up that window and bring it to the front of the pile.

the windows are displayed in the order last viewed, so the first one selected will be the last one viewed. A quick shortcut to switch windows without using the mouse!
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PostSubject: Re: Shortcuts that may be handy   Wed Oct 24, 2007 6:36 am

Too Many Windows open? Want a quick way to minimize that all to the windows toolbar?

hold down the windows key (the one with the little flag, between [ctrl] and [alt]) and press the [D] key briefly... TaDaaaaa!
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