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Lesson 6. Working with Multiple Windows ... > Arranging Windows on the Desktop

Arranging Windows on the Desktop

Windows 2000 is designed so that you can have multiple windows and multiple applications open at a time. Some applications permit you to open several windows within the application itself, such as Word where you can have several documents opened simultaneously. As you can imagine, multiple windows can make your desktop cluttered. It is important that you know how to manipulate and switch between windows.

With multiple windows open, some windows or parts of windows are inevitably hidden by others, which can make navigation confusing. Windows 2000 provides several tools to help you arrange open windows. To view the available choices for arranging multiple windows, right-click the mouse in any gray area of the taskbar.


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