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Thomas Aquinas

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This is more then likley categorized under " trivial " but its becomming annoying after a few hours of dealing with it. Somehow I have managed to lose my taskbar when I open a program like ms paint or internet explorer or adobe photoshop ect ect not just with the web browser. take note of the very bottom of this picture and you will see what i mean.

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the problem as you can see is my taskbar takes the backseat when a desktop program is up and running. This never use to happen my taskbar was always visible when i had internet explorer or any other program up for that matter. Hope someone has a solution for this :tazz:

Edited by Thomas Aquinas, 28 February 2006 - 04:32 PM.

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wannabe1

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Hi Thomas Aquinas...

Right click on the Task Bar and select "Properties". In the Properties window, tick the box next to "Keep the Taskbar on top of other applications"..."Apply" the change and click "Ok".

Now open the IE window...better?

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Thomas Aquinas

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YES! thank you so much for responding sorry I havent gotten back to you till today. This is the only place i've been to that has answered all my questions thank you very much if i could + reputiation you i would!! =)

Edited by Thomas Aquinas, 01 March 2006 - 03:54 AM.

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Glad to help! :tazz:
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