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How do I move the tool bar?

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I am using Window NT.  The start-up tool bar used to be at the bottom of my screen; however, somehow I have moved it to the top and unable to find a way to make it appear at the bottom of the screen.  How do I do this? (Dragging it does not work.)
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Probably a question you will want to ask in the PC forums. This is the Mac Applications forum.
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CyberGreg earned 20 total points
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Just click and hold your mouse (left button) on the plain area of the taskbar (the center will do just fine) and drag your mouse to the bottom of the screen. Once you get more than half-way you'll see a dark outline "jump" to the bottom of the screen, let go of the mouse button and the taskbar will move to the bottom.

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by:kat31_66
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Ohhh, do I feel silly.  Well, at least I know how the darn thing got moved around in the first place. ;)
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