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Minimize a window With a key or combination

Posted on 1998-05-07
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How can I assign or is there a key or combination
for minimizing a window (explorer)?
Just like Alt+F4 closes a window

Please help me with that

Thanx a lot
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Question by:lap01
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by:lap01
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averell earned 180 total points
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Hello

If you have a Windows95 Keyboard, just press the Winkey and M at the same time.

If you don't have one, just buy one :-)))
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by:lap01
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Thanx

quite simple
but I,d never have found it out
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by:lap01
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It' all very nice

I really thouhgt U gave me the solution

I didn't mean close all the windows

just  the one ACTIVE
Just like Alt F4

Wrong ANSWER

Please help me again

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