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I'm use the Windows 7 built-in calculator from time to time, and when I use it, I want to make it stay above all the other windows, so I can see the numbers and copy them, etc to other applications. How can I do this?

Other than putting the windows side-by-side please.

Thanks!

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http://www.abstractpath.com/powermenu/ It works. That is all.

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WOW it does just work. Thanks! – studiohack May 1 '10 at 2:55
    
nvidia and ati have bundled some desktop-helpers with their drivers which achieve the same (just a hint), nevertheless +1 – akira May 1 '10 at 7:25

As listed in this answer for another question. You can use autohotkey which is loved by a lot of users.

Toggle the active window topmost status (always on top):

^+t::
      WinSet, AlwaysOnTop, Toggle,A
return
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I've actually not used autohotkey much, so I'm unfamiliar with the code...how does this code work? do I just create a new script, copy and paste this into the script config, and then what? a little confused here... – studiohack May 1 '10 at 2:14
    
autohotkey.com/docs/Tutorial.htm Because they can say it so much easier lol – MrStatic May 1 '10 at 2:48

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