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Show date on taskbar along with the time

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Hi, I know that I have seen this before but can't seem to get it to work.  What do you do to show the time on top and date under it on the bottom right side of the taskbar?
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by:Pratima Pharande
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right click on Right corner of task bar

set clock on as shown in image
clock.jpg
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Qlemo earned 500 total points
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This only works if you size the taskbar to at least two rows, or have big icons set up on the taskbar.
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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Qlemo has pointed out that size is the issue. You may want to consider moving your taskbar to the left, thereby freeing up vertical space on a modern, widescreen format display (16x9 or 16x10), where vertical space is more precious than horizontal. Then make it wide enough. Here's what mine looks like in the lower left of the screen:

taskbar on left
Here's a 5-minute EE video Micro Tutorial that explains the process in more detail:
Move the Taskbar to Create Additional Vertical Screen

Regards, Joe
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by:jcimarron
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camtz --
Control Panel|Region and Language|set the Short Date setting as described here
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/179525-date-format-taskbar-system-tray-show-full-day-month-names.html
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by:camtz
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This did it. Thanks
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