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Space on taskbar for minimized apps - variable??

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Can the default value for the length of a minimized app on the taskbar be changed? If so, how does one go about this? I am tired of seeing "..." when there's not enough room for the text, although there's plenty of free space in the taskbar.
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1.  unfortunatly you can't adjust the size for the taskbar when it in minimum form.
*** you don't need to grade yet so your question will keep unlock(I'm pretty sure win95 can't resize the minimum task bar).
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