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A quick way to move through active applications is to press and hold the COMMAND key, then press TAB. A iconic view of all active applications appears. Move through the list by continuing to hold the COMMAND key and repeatedly pressing TAB.
 
A quick way to move through active applications is to press and hold the COMMAND key, then press TAB. A iconic view of all active applications appears. Move through the list by continuing to hold the COMMAND key and repeatedly pressing TAB.
  
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Latest revision as of 19:37, 23 August 2022

Exposé

Exposé is a convenient way to move around between open documents.

There are three function keys associated with Exposé.

     F9: Shows all the active windows that are not hidden. Use the mouse to select the application you want to jump to.
     F10: Highlights the current active window. Move through all the active windows by pressing TAB.
     F11: Moves all active windows off the screen revealing the desktop.

A quick way to move through active applications is to press and hold the COMMAND key, then press TAB. A iconic view of all active applications appears. Move through the list by continuing to hold the COMMAND key and repeatedly pressing TAB.

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