Need shortcut tip to switch windows in PS

I need a short cut tip in Photoshop. Say I have 3 PS file open. I want to jump to each of the open file without using Mac's Expose. I know in any other app this can can be done by using CMD+` key to toggle through the opened windows. Anyone know how can this be achieved in PS? Thanks in advance!!
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David BruggeCommented:
Cmd + Tab will toggle you between open Photoshop documents.

Here's a handy PDF of all of the PS CS3 shortcuts http://www.creativetechs.com/tips/tip_resources/PSCS3_Keyboard_Shortcuts_Mac.pdf
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antontolentinoCommented:
i use ALT + W (then pres 1 or 2 or 3)
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antontolentinoCommented:
oppss.. sorry.. i didn't realise ur using MAC

i don't know mac but i think it will work if you know what is the ALT replacement in MAC
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funhyun1Author Commented:
D_Brugge, your suggestion toggles between applications and not within PS opened windows.

Thanks for the advice guys. The solution is not what you guys suggested. But I found it by experimenting. Ok, to switch between opened windows WITHIN Photoshop is as follows:

CMD+SHIFT+`

Thanks for your help.
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David BruggeCommented:
Sounds like you are letting focus shift from Photoshop to your operating system before you are hitting Cmd + Tab. Make sure that you don't click anywhere outside of Photoshop if Photoshop is not expanded to your full window.
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David BruggeCommented:
> CMD+SHIFT+`

Strange, but hey, you can't argue with success.

You apparently posted your comment while I was fooling around with uploading a screen grab.

Glad you found the method. I'll make a note of it in case it comes up again.
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funhyun1Author Commented:
CTRL + TAB also works.
:-)
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