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Hi

I am a PC boy and new to the mac today!

Anyway two quick questions that any mac person will know

1. When I load up safari it only fills around 50% of the screen (24 inch version), I can seem to stretch the window to the full screen and if I click the plus sign it just stays at half the screen, how can I expand it!

2. How do I select multiple files? It would be control on a PC but that doesn't work, I know shift choose everything but I need to single select

Thanks

Mike
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In the lower right-hand corner of the Safari window the corner should have some little hash marks.  Put your mouse on them and you should be able to drag right and left and up and down and diagonal.

To select multiple files in FInder click on the first one and then press and hold the Command key and select the other files.
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