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Order of icons in quick launch bar (windows xp)

Posted on 2009-04-11
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Hi E's, Like you can see in the image in attach file, I have a lot of icons in the quick launch bar, and just three are always visible.
But I don't want that three icons, I want others three icons visible.
Where I define what is the three icons are always visible?

Regards,
JC

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Left click and hold the mouse button on the first icon that you want to be visible, move the mouse to the first position and release the mouse button, do the same for the second and third icon... That's it...
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