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Posted on 1998-09-27
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My Start menu(or taskbar has moved from the bottom of my page going horizontally to the right of the page going vertically. How did I cause this to happen, and how can I
rectify it?
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Hi,

    Just right click & hold on it and drag it to wherever you want it.
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PK,

   Oops, i meant left click and drag the taskbar wherever you want it, not right click.
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