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Hello Experts!  How do I prevent items on my task bar from joining together.  I have several Icons to MS Access databases.  I want to pin them separately to task bar.  However when I do this it will join the two together.  Is there I way to keep them from joining together and remain separate icons on the task bar?  Thanks!!!
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Santosh Gupta earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Right click on taskbar, go to properties, now change the option to "never combine" under "Taskbar Buttons" option.
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Great answer!  Thanks!
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