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OS 10.5 - New to Mac - Dashboard has disappeared


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Hi there,

I got my new Mac last week (been on PCs since MS DOS v 3!!!) and love everything about it. The only weird thing is that my Dashboard has disappeared and now no longer appears. I've check the settings and it is supposed to appear on F12, but nothing happens, clicking the icon in the dock doesn't do anything either.

Has anyone got any ideas how I can get it back??

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