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dsenette

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i've got someone who deleted the show desktop from their quicklaunch bar....anyone know how to get it back?
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Hello!

Hope this helps! :tazz:


Quoted from http://windowsxp.mvp...ShowDesktop.htm

To restore the missing Show Desktop icon to the Quick Launch bar, try any of these methods:

Method 1:

Click Start, Run and type the command regsvr32 /n /i:U shell32

The Show Desktop SCF file should now be available.

Method 2:

Click Start, Run, and type Notepad. Type the following contents into the document.

    [Shell]
    Command=2
    IconFile=explorer.exe,3
    [Taskbar]
    Command=ToggleDesktop

Save the file as "ShowDesktop.SCF" [with double-quotes]. Drag the file to the Quick Launch area.

Method 3:

Search for the file named Show Desktop.scf in your computer by logging in as administrator. Every user profile has a copy of this file. Copy it to your user profile path here:

%Appdata%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch

Type the above path in Start, Run dialog.


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thanks....got it
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