Listen to this Episode If you are running OS X Leopard and you use the Spaces feature, you can make application open automatically in it's pre-defined space. For example, you could have Garage Band open in Space # 4, or Parallels open in Space #2. Let's get to it: 1. Open 'System Preferences' 2. Choose 'Expose & Spaces
3. Select the 'SPACES' tab. Note: Notice that there is a section of that window that shows Application Assignments and it's associated space. 4. Click on the '+' symbol and then a dialog box will open up you applications window. Choose the App that you want to assign a space for. Get a FREE Audio Book from Audible 5. Under the Space assignment, click on the drop down menu and choose the space you want it to open into. You're Done! Now you can close your System Preference window and the next time you start the app, it will open in your predefined space.