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Windows XP tool bar ???
« on: March 06, 2008, 11:19:35 AM »

 Ok , I have windows XP  ::)    My tool bar has moved to the top of the screen ... I know it did not do this on its own !!! 

  Question for me is how do I get it back to the bottom of the screen ??? 
 How did it get to the top  ???

 
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Re: Windows XP tool bar ???
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2008, 11:27:50 AM »
Marcel, place your mouse pointer on the bottom edge of the tool bar. It will change to a double pointed line. Press the left mouse button and hold, drag down until the tool bar is half the screen wide. Release the mouse button.

Now place the mouse in the tool bar about mid way, press the left mouse button and hold. Drag your mouse to the left and the bar should move to the left side of the screen. Release the button and repeat, except this time drag the bar to the bottom of the screen. Now the bar should be back on the bottom.

Move the mouse pointer over the top of the bar until you get the double pointed line, left click, hold and drag toward the bottom of the screen to reduce the size of the bar.

Now that it is back in place, place the mouse pointer in the bar and right click. In the screen that pops up, select Lock Taskbar. It shouldn't move on you again.
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Re: Windows XP tool bar ???
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2008, 12:55:45 PM »
You don't have to release the button between "moves". Just hold down the left button and you can move the tool/task bar "around" the screen. Also you don't have to enlarge the bar to move it. It may be easier to "grab" it when it is enlarged, but thats not necessary.

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Re: Windows XP tool bar ???
« Reply #3 on: March 06, 2008, 03:11:21 PM »

 Cool .. I am learnin' to drive all over agin ... thanks , its back to where it was in the begining .  8)
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