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Lesson 8. Working with Multiple Windows > Moving Between Windows in the Same Ap...

Moving Between Windows in the Same Application

In addition to working in multiple applications in Windows NT, you can also open multiple windows within an application. Moving to a new window means you are changing the window that is active. If you are using a mouse, you can move to a window by clicking any part of it. When you do, the title bar becomes highlighted, and that particular window comes to the front so you can work in it.

Figure 8.4 shows multiple document windows open in Microsoft Word. You can switch between the windows, arrange windows, and open and close windows.


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