Re: start button
- From: Elmo <elmogeek@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 17:25:52 -0500
Al and Joan wrote:
Well, I restarted computer and quick launch is back on top, but I still
can't drag anything. Is there something in the registry that I could change
Thank you, Al
"Al and Joan" <alandjoan@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Can't seem to drag anything. Do I have to drag quick launch back to the
"Ken Blake, MVP" <kblake@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Wed, 17 Dec 2008 12:46:47 -0500, "Al and Joan"
My start button is stuck at the top left corner and I can't drag it down
the bottom left. The system tray items are also up there.
So it's not the Start button and the System Tray, it's the *entire*
Although by default the task bar appears on the bottom of the screen,
it can be on any of the sides you prefer it on. To move it from any
side to another, simply click on an unused part of it and drag it
where you want it. Be sure to click *within* it, not on the edge;
clicking on the edge and dragging will resize it.
If it won't move, it may be locked. In that case, right click on it
and uncheck "Lock the taskbar," then try again.
I was able to drag
the quick launch items down but not these
The Quick Launch bar is a toolbar, by default on the Task Bar, but it
can be dragged off the Task Bar and docked on another side of the
That's what you did. Drag the QL bar back to the task bar before
dragging the task bar to the bottom.
First you have to make sure the Taskbar is unlocked. Right-click the
Taskbar; if "Lock the Taskbar" is checked, click it to remove the check.
Then click on the Taskbar, in a blank area AFTER the running tasks, and
before the Language bar, or Notification area. You need to click the
"surface", not the border where you would resize the bar. While
clicked, drag it to the bottom of the screen.
Right-click the Taskbar, click "Lock the Taskbar" so it won't move again.
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