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I feel stupid of asking this, but how do you multitask one application? For example, if I try to open another window for safari, it won't do anything or if the window is minimised, it maximises the window.

Any Help Appreicated,

Matt
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File > New Window (Command-N)

In Safari, File > New Tab is sometimes more convenient.
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I feel stupid of asking this, but how do you multitask one application? For example, if I try to open another window for safari, it won't do anything or if the window is minimised, it maximises the window.

Any Help Appreicated,

Matt
Go to the bar at the top hit file and then "open new window" or apple key and n
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Yeah - already answered
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Matt
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Thanks,

I'm a newbie, thats all.
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In the Mac world there really is only a Newbie, not a stupid Newbie. If you were a stupid newbie you'd be on Dell customer support, not a mac forum.
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