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OS 10.5 - Updated to Leopard - no desktop files???


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We updated to Leopard from the previous OS, and now the user cannto fuind any of his files on his desktop. Any ideas where they may avae gone?
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The files on his actual desktop? Or any of his files?
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Has Leopards stacks feature organised them away

http://www.apple.com/macosx/features/300.html#desktop

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