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Certifiably Blonde

Certifiably Blonde


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hmm..my bottom toolbar/taskbar (whatever you call it) has now moved horizontally to the right side of my screen...can anyone please tell me how the heck I did that and how the heck I can put it back? Running XP Media and, at the moment, hating my computer!!!
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    motto - Just get-er-done

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Once your mouse cursor is over the time, click and hold the mouse button down, and while holding the mouse button down, move your cursor to the middle edge of where you want the Taskbar to be. For example, if you wish to return the Taskbar back to its original position, move the cursor to the bottom center of the screen. When the Taskbar has moved to its new location, release the button.

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