Windows XP auto lays out active windows for selection


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Windows XP auto lays out active windows for selection
 
Windows XP auto lays out active windows for selection
Need help.
I usually work on Excel 2003 and Internet Explorer 8 simultaneously.
Recently, when working, Windows will auto lay out all my active Excel and IE windows into a 2 x 2 layout (if I have 4 windows open) and let me choose which window I want to maximise.
It does so automatically and is quite irritating as it disrupts whatever I am doing.
Anyone encountered this before and how can I resolve this issue? Thanks!

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Windows XP auto lays out active windows for selection
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Windows XP auto lays out active windows for selection
 
Windows XP auto lays out active windows for selection
Need help.
I usually work on Excel 2003 and Internet Explorer 8 simultaneously.
Recently, when working, Windows will auto lay out all my active Excel and IE windows into a 2 x 2 layout (if I have 4 windows open) and let me choose which window I want to maximise.
It does so automatically and is quite irritating as it disrupts whatever I am doing.
Anyone encountered this before and how can I resolve this issue? Thanks!

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