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Cmd + Control Combo performs same a control only


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When I press Cmd + Control combo keys or just the control key alone the same function is performed - shows all open applications. If I press Cmd + Option key the same function is performed as pressing just the option key. I cannot find anyway to change this in System> Preferences>Keyboard Shortcuts. How do I change this?
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