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Lesson 4. Working with Windows > Arranging Windows on the Desktop

Arranging Windows on the Desktop

When you have more than one window open simultaneously—say, three or four—and all of them are pertinent to the job you're working on, stretching and shrinking all of them so that they fit precisely might be inconvenient. Thankfully, Windows 98 has a few ways for you to automatically arrange several windows without the drag-and-drop maneuver.

Cascading Windows

All the windows in a cascaded set overlap one another so that the upper and left borders are always visible—not unlike the way you would fan out a hand of gin rummy. Figure 4.4 shows a set of four cascaded windows.


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