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Managing Windows and Folders in Windows XP

Part of the Windows XP For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Use this chart of handy reminders to keep track of your windows and folders in Windows XP and how to maneuver around and view them.

To Do This . . . Do This . . .
See a list of all open windows. Look at the names on the taskbar along the screen’s bottom.
Move from one window to another window. Press Alt+Tab+Tab or click the window’s name on the taskbar.
Cascade the windows across the screen. Right-click on the taskbar’s clock (or a blank part of the taskbar) and then click Cascade.
Shrink all open windows. Click the little pencil-and-pad icon near the Start button.
Make a window fill the screen. Double-click the title bar along its top edge.
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