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Windows 7: Alt+Tab question using Windows Aero Snap feature

02 Apr 2015   #1
iceweasel

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Alt+Tab question using Windows Aero Snap feature

Hi everyone!
I really hope what I'm looking to achieve is possible since it would make my life that much easier
I'm a translator and I use the Aero Snap feature to dock two Word documents side by side (one is the original text and the other is my translation). This is extremely useful since I can scroll on both of these documents without having to actually have the specific document I wish to scroll in as the active window.
I also use Firefox for general help with translations, looking for information, etc...
What I desperately need is to be able to Alt+Tab from having both these documents displayed to Firefox and then from Firefox back to having both of them displayed again.
As it currently stands Alt+Tab from Firefox obviously only opens up one of these documents and when I click to bring up the second Word document I lose the Alt+Tab back to Firefox since now I can only Alt+Tab between the two Word documents.
Is there any other key combination that would allow me to achieve what I'm trying to do?
Thank you so very much for taking the time to read and help if you can


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02 Apr 2015   #2
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