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PostSubject: Maximizing, Restoring and Moving Windows   Sun Jul 19, 2009 10:40 am

Maximizing, Restoring and Moving Windows

You can quickly maximize a window by simply dragging it to the top of the screen or double clicking on it's border at the top.
Double clicking on the window will restore it to the original size
To move a window to a different monitor, even if maximized, you can simply drag it to the other monitor. You don't need to make it smaller first.


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