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Ensure visibility of your windows when switching computerscreens

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30 Nov 2010CPOL
I have for years used the follow to fetch a window to a visible screen.1. Right click the window on the taskbar and select 'Move' (or use the keystrokes Alt-Space, M)2. Move the mouse a bit3. Press "left arrow"4. Move the mouse around - you will see the window outline ;) 5. left click...
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I have for years used the follow to fetch a window to a visible screen.
1. Right click the window on the taskbar and select 'Move' (or use the keystrokes Alt-Space, M)
2. Move the mouse a bit
3. Press "left arrow"
4. Move the mouse around - you will see the window outline ;) 
5. left click to drop the window on screen.
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GeneralStep 2 is not required. Pin
Qwertie30-Nov-10 18:14
Qwertie30-Nov-10 18:14 

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