thinking about Noah
audiologists at juno.com
Thu Sep 11 12:17:12 EST 1997
Actually there is a way to minimize Noah if you are using Windows 95 and
have a Windows 95 keyboard. By holding down the Windows key (the bottom
row of keys, the one with the windows emblem) and pressing M, you can
minimize all open windows. This will work for Noah, but doesn't minimize
some of the modules. There is a way to minimize only the active window,
but I forgot the shortcut for that.
David J. Coffin, M.A., CCC-A, FAAA
Director of Audiology
Birmingham Otology Center
On Sun, 07 Sep 1997 08:37:09 GMT gmalf19 at mail.nwlink.com (Mike Alf)
>On 10 Sep 1997 17:35:19 -0700, cmichel at NETUSA1.NET (Chuck Michel and
>Diana Sowers) wrote:
>>Thanks for everyones great advice. I got it!!
>We are in the process of installing Noah at our office but we've found
>that it can not be minimized. This can be a major drawback if you use
>your computer for other things.
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