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tononoinks
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I would just like to know if there was a way to open multiple files at the same time in linux(i use ubuntu).

For example, I am doing a number of projects and researches and i open a number of files. Instead of opening a .pdf file, a .doc file, and a .xls file on at a time, i wonder if there is a simple way to open everything with a simple ctrl+alt+keystroke (without actually encoding the shortcut).

It would save me lots of time shifting from project to project. Especially when shifting my work from media editing to documentation. I'd rather not keep all of these things open at the same time because my PC would just die on me.

Thanks

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