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I have multiple windows cloned on a display. How do I bring a particular window in the front?
The Window List in Display Assistant shows the window titles. When you click on the number button on the left of the window title, Display Assistant makes a clone of the window on that display. This also makes that window title active. You can click the window title to bring its clone window in front.
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How do I see the cloned window in its original size? How do I zoom the clone window again?
The Window List in Display Assistant shows the window titles. When you click on the number button on the left of the window title, Display Assistant makes a clone of the window on that display. The clone window starts off with the clone of the window in zoomed state. You can click or tap the clone window to switch to the original size. You can click on it again to return back to the zoomed state.
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How do I run Display Assistant on Windows startup?
Use the following steps to run Display Assistant on Windows Startup:
  1. In Windows, select the Start button and type Display Assistant to find the Display Assistant (App).
  2. On the right, click Open file location menu item.
  3. Windows Explorer opens to show items with Display Assistant being one of them.
  4. Right-click Display Assistant, select Send to menu, Desktop (create shortcut) menu item to create Display Assistant shortcut on Windows Desktop.
  5. In Windows, press Windows logo key + R keyboard shortcut to get to the Run dialog box.
  6. Type "shell:startup" and click OK button.
  7. Windows Explorer opens to show the programs that are launched on Windows Startup.
  8. Drag the Display Assistant shortcut from Windows Desktop that you created in step 4 above to this Windows Startup folder.
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