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In windows, I can expand my viewing area to fill the entire screen. How can I do this with my new macbook?
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Thanks for the info. Now I need to learn how to drag on my macbook.

I'm so accustomed to windows and a desktop with mouse, that working with a macbook is a learning experience for me.

So far, I love it and have had it one day only. Plus, I got a free 2G nano ipod and color photo printer after I get my rebates back.
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To drag just hold your click button, and move your mouse pointer to desired location. Dragging/dropping is VERY useful in Mac OS X
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