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OS 10.4 - How to start programs that they are open but not run?


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Dear Reader,
This is a simple question but to know the answer could help me.
When push the "apple" + TAB you see programs that not run and an other push on the tab change the frame on the program. If we push the "apple" + "Q" the program closing.
I like to know how can I start these programs that I see on this line.
What I do I close them and open again them klik on them but have to be a simple way to start them on shorter way.
Thanks for the anser.

doki
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Put them in the Dock.
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Hi MacsWork,
Thanks.
This answer the question and solve the problem.
(I did not know what really helps program in dock.)
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