Question for my Mac friends ...

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  1. PJ

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    Snow Leopard and Magic Mouse are new to me, but I'm learning to like them. However, I have unknowingly hot keyed (my term, since I don't know the correct term ;)) the command key so now it shows only the application I'm working in when I press it. I can't command+ like I once did to print, save, etc. so I'm having to use the pull down menus and WOW, is that annoying!

    I must have checked a wrong box or something -- anyone know how I can fix it? Thanks bunches! :)
     
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    I'll get the answer in a second - Bob's on this. :)
     
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    Go to system preferences

    keyboard

    select keyboard shortcuts

    then press "restore defaults"

    If that doesn't work, you may need to go through each one of the items in the list on the lefthand side and reset them that way.
     
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    Excellent, Ann! Please tell Bob THANKS from me!!!!! :D
     
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    Glad it worked!
     
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    Okay, next question ...

    Do any of ya know of a free Windowshade for Snow Leopard? WindowShade X and Deskovery are good products, but not free after 14 days. I miss the old Mac Windowshade days! :(
     

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