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I need some mac help. I understand i can have multiple desktops. Is there a way to change their background photo so that its easy to know which desktop I'm working on? Also, can you put certain applications on that desktop so that, for example, I can have my photography stuff in one spot, work stuff in another, etc....?
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Are you running multiple monitors or setting up multiple "spaces" using one monitor?

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One monitor......no spaces setup.
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