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MacBook - how to switch to multiple windows one screen on Macbook 1,1?


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Hi I'm pulling my hair out trying to figure out how to get the multiple windows
function to work on my older Macbook 1,1. On my friends 4,1 there's a function key (f3) that does it automatically. I can't find it in the keyboard
shortcut list any help getting it to work is greatly appreciated thanks
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I don't know what the keyboard shortcut for "expose" on that Macbook would be (Maybe F10, F11, or F12?)
However, if you go in Finder to Applications - Utilities - Expose then you can manually open it.
Hope that helps a little.
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Open up System Preferences - Expose & Spaces

Look on the Expose tab to see what your settings are.

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