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My taskbar is unmanageable. It seems to have split in half. The quick launch toolbar appears on the bottom of my screen while the start button and running applications appear across the top of the screen. What am I doing? Thanks
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Hi there hjd and welcome ot Geeks To Go Forums.

Did you try draging the taskbar from the top to the bottom??? (Hold right click in while draging task bar to the bottom of the screen.)

Let me know :tazz:

Edited by spike_hacker_inc, 18 February 2006 - 12:51 PM.

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Thank you for the welcome and the response! Yes I've tried dragging the taskbar. It will go to the bottom and join the quicklaunch toolbar. When i widen that bar horizontally upward the icons appear on the botton part of the screen with a gray empty toolbar section above. When I restart my computer the taskbar moves back to that strange split arrangement. This is just one of many annoying problems. Thanks
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This is just one of many annoying problems


What other problems do you have??? Does your computer seem to be running slower than usuall???

coool :tazz:
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