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cascading windows[ka‚skād·iŋ ′win‚dōz]
Two or more windows displayed so that they overlap but their title bars are still visible.
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cascading windowsDisplaying windows in a progressive order so that all the title bars appear on screen at one time.
|The Cascade function organizes open documents or images one after the other as in this example.|
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