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(Solved) tool bar question

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by maxie0515, Feb 18, 2003.

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  1. maxie0515

    maxie0515 Thread Starter

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    This is probably a silly question but I am going to ask anyway. Is there a way that you can make your toolbar at the bottom of your monitor smaller. I tried right clicking on the toolbar but find only options to change the size of the icons there.
    Am sure there is a way to do this but haven't found the answer yet so figured that I would go to my pros for more help here.
    Thanks.
    :D
     
  2. Linkmaster

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    Hi maxie0515,
    Put your mouse over the top edge of toolbar until you see double arrow. Hold left button and drag down to make smaller or up to make bigger. Also drag down until it disappears then you have to drag it up to make it reappear.
    You can go to start, settings , taskbar and click on hide taskbar. That way when you need it run mouse over it.
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  3. maxie0515

    maxie0515 Thread Starter

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    Thanks TW56, your first suggestion I have tried and I couldn't make the toolbar smaller, but could drag it to the bottom of the screen until it disappeared.
    Your second suggestions works, I never realized that you could do this.
    Thanks for helping me solve this minor problem.:D
     
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    Your Welcome!!
     
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