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The taskbar has moved from the bottom of screen to the top!!

by jodyrunkles / October 15, 2009 1:51 AM PDT

I have no idea how this happened. I logged onto my desktop one morning and the taskbar wasn't across the bottom anymore. Now, it is across the top and has been ever since I thought maybe it was a setting somewhere I could change but it has been about 5 months and still can't find one so if someone knows what i can do to fix this please let me know. Everything still works properly it is just kind of wierd that it did that would like to know more info on it but haven't found anything about it. thank you...

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Simple
by Jimmy Greystone / October 15, 2009 1:55 AM PDT

Simple. First make sure that the lock taskbar option isn't selected by right clicking on the taskbar, and deselecting it if necessary. Then just click and drag the taskbar to any of the four sides of the screen, and lock it again when you're done.

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lol...
by jodyrunkles / October 16, 2009 2:29 AM PDT
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Thank you, I feel sooo stupid that i couldn't even figure that out.. lol i keep thinking it was a property or an option somewhere i could select.. thank you

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