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Lesson 4. Working with Windows > Switching Between Windows

Switching Between Windows

Before you work with the contents of a window, that window must be active. For example, to use a particular program, you must activate the window in which it's contained. Regardless of how many windows you have open at the time, you can only have one active window. The active window appears with a brighter title bar than the other open windows (typically blue under the standard Windows 98 default desktop settings).

To activate a window (in other words, to switch from one window to another), you can perform any of the following tasks:


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