KEEPING WINDOWS ON TOP

  rosie12 13:38 15 Aug 2005
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Hi, How do I keep, say, a word document on top of an internet page. It is frustrating to keep bringing up either window if I am filling out an on-line form for instance....Thanks in advance....

  recap 14:07 15 Aug 2005

You could re-size the windows so that both are showing on your desktop at once.

To change the width, point to the left or right window border. When the pointer changes into a horizontal double-headed arrow , drag the border to the right or left.
To change the height, point to the top or bottom window border. When the pointer changes into a vertical double-headed arrow , drag the border up or down.
To change the height and width at the same time, point to any window corner. When the pointer changes into a diagonal double-headed arrow , drag the border in any direction.

  rosie12 17:57 15 Aug 2005

Hi, Thanks for your answer, I already know how to re-size, but I thought there was a way of keeping the window on top....

  Peter 18:00 15 Aug 2005

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How about using the Alt-Tab key combination to swap back and forth between the browser window and the Word window?

Peter.

  rosie12 18:20 15 Aug 2005

Excellent Thank-you.............

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