All the information in the previous pages has pertained to Finder windows, the ones you will use at the Desktop. But the Mac also uses windows in every application; when you open an application and create something, you create it in a document window. A document window has most of the same features as Finder windows, with a few differences. Below is a typical document window (although every application is slightly different). You can see that it has the same features as the Finder windows, without the Toolbar.
If you open an application in Classic (Mac OS 9), your windows will not look quite like this. If you don’t know how to use Classic windows, please see Chapter 39.
On the following page are examples of ...