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Is it possible to hide icons in the Windows 7 task bar

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I have a keyboard drive that puts an unnecessary icon in the Windows task bar and one in the System Tray.  I'd like to hide the task bar icon.
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if you right click on the icon and choose Unpin?
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techjws, any feedback?
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Sorry, I've been preoccupied with some personal issues.

You solution does what I need.

Kind regards!

Jon.
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