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leedownen123

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Hi,

I have a few to many icons in my system tray that I want to hide. Now I still need to the program to run but in the background with out any visibility in the system tray. I tried to right and left-click a few of them for a hide option and some had it and some didn't. Is there a way to hide the ones without a "hide" option?
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Right click "Start." Choose "Properties." The Taskbar tab should be open. If not, just select it. Near the bottom put a mark in "Hide inactive icons," and then click "Customize." In the list that displays, click the icon you want to hide to highlight. Then click the down arrow and choose how you want the icon to behave. When you're done click "Apply" and then OK.
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YES! That did the trick. Thank you very much.
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