New first time macbook pro owner here. Please forgive me if I don't know the proper lingo just yet. I am running Mac OSX Version 10.6.2. I like the feature that allows you to have all the open files, applications etc show up on the screen at once and then you can select the one you want to access. However, once selected, this always brings back all the other opened applications under it. What I would like to do most of the time is look at all the applications running and opened files, select it and then have that be the only one open with the desktop right behind it. As it stands now I must minimize everything else and then pull it up separately. Any way to just select one file at a time without all the other ones coming back? Overall I am very pleased with the Macbook pro over my old PC. But one thing that I do miss is the delete key. My mac has what I would call a backspace button, but no separate delete key. It makes it a bit difficult for me when I am using Office to not be able to pull text closer to the cursor because there is no delete key. Is there any way to do this on a mac? A shortcut key or something like that, perhaps? Thanks for your help in advance. Love the mac, but just takes a little getting used to. Good thing for forums like this.