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(solved) win 98 how do you move task bar?

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by justin3130, Apr 26, 2004.

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  1. justin3130

    justin3130 Thread Starter

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    i know how basic can this question get but i forgot how to do it i keep trying to drag it and it never drags it over to the right
    thank you
    -justin any suggestions appreciated
     
  2. griffinspc

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    You mean the task bar, right? If so just left click on it and hold the mouse key down while you drag it to the right edge then let go.
     
  3. justin3130

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    i dont know what i did wrong i am so stupid thankyou so much it worked the **taskbar** moved thank you
     
  4. griffinspc

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    Welcome, no problem. We all forget sometimes.
     
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    Justin: Can't help but comment after what you've said. I did software support for FIVE YEARS during the *throes* of Windows 98. I couldn't remember the answer to this, and I'm sure I've told people the answer literally hundreds of times. So...if you're stupid, then I am too. I also realize that the more I know about computers, the stupider I get.

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    Welcome to TSG!
     
  6. justin3130

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    thank you where both in the same boat
    lol justin
     
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