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I can't close Safari version 5.1 or shut down the mac 10.6.8. The place to shut it down is grayed out.

How do I fix this.

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Use "Force Quit"under the Apple Menu on the Top Left.
or
The Key Combination for this is Option-Command-Escape.

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I would then shut down your computer and restart.

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You do not have to restart after "Force Quitting" an application, but it cannot hurt either.

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