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1+ Inch Bar At Top Of Desk Top!


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thekestrel

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Hi,


Recently I was tidying up my desktop and moved a folder to the top of the screen...I think it is possible I accidentally pushed it too high.

The result is a grey bar across the top of the desktop screen, apprx. 1 1/4 inches deep...initially, it had the name of the file in one place, a copy of the folder in another spot and the unzipped download in another spot...they looked like they had just been thrown in there. The folder and download have since disappeared from the bar, leaving just the name of the file.

The folder I was moving did remain in place on the desk top, below the bar, but it was this folder and contents that was copied into the bar

Please can you help me get rid of the bar?

Thank you in advance.

Angie Rinehart
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dennisK16

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hello Angie :D

have you tried dragging the bar down it should go back to being a folder on the desktop.
i just tried it on my desktop and dragging the bar back down should give you a toolbar/box just press the X to close the toolbar and it should solve your problem.
if not let us know

Edited by dennisK16, 13 October 2010 - 02:16 PM.

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dennisK16

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did it solve your problem?
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Hi Dennis,

It worked!!! Thank you so much for your help...very much appreciated.

All the best,

Angie
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your welcome glad its fixed! :D
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