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Icons in my quich launch bar too large

Posted on 2011-10-01
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My quick launchtoo bar opened along the right side this morning. I don'r know why. When I finally was ablle to move it to the bottom, the icons were about double in size. I can't find any way to make them smaller.I'm sure the experts here can telll me how.
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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Right click, unlock, move mouse to top of bar and pouter becomes two arrows, click, drag down.
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by:cbutton
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Unfortunately, Aaron, when I right click I find that it is not locked, and I cannot reduce the width (depth) of the bar by dragging. Locking it and unlocking it again doesn't help.
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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What os are you running?
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Windows XP.
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I just fixed it myself (accidentally). I turned off the quick access toolbar. When I turned it back on, the icons were normal size.
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I fixed it myself.
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