Managing project tasks in email is unproductive. So I figured out how to convert or export my Outlook email message to MS Word.
Switch Between Open Windows the Apple Way
My graphic designer uses a Mac (I use a PC) and while he was switching between windows I noticed how simple it was. One click the windows tiled all over the desktop. I was told it’s called Expose for the Mac.
Windows has something similar, but nothing in comparison. It’s me using the Alt+Tab buttons. The Windows Flip in Vista is pointless.
Switcher for Vista
Searching around the internet, I found Switcher for Vista. It works great, just like Mac’s Expose. You can also setup unlimited number of shortcuts. The most important shortcut for me was launching the program. I could use a keyboard shortcut, but I wanted to use the scroll wheel button to tile the windows.
How to Use the Mouse Scroll Wheel Button to Launch Windows Switcher
- In Switcher settings, go to Shortcuts link
- Click the ‘Change’ button next to Mouse Shortcut
- Select the shortcut in the left window
- Use these settings:
- Close and you’re done
Warning: You must click outside of any window otherwise the window will close.
Mike Swartz says, “Check it out”!
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