Question about Google Toolbar
You can use the desktop toolbar on your computer to help you navigate around your computer, gaining access to programs and files. You may have previously moved the toolbar to the side of your desktop intentionally or accidentally. You can move the toolbar back to its original position at the bottom of the screen and lock it in place to prevent it from being accidentally moved in the future.
Right-click on the toolbar at the side of your desktop with your mouse. Locate the "Lock the toolbar" option in the drop-down menu. If it has a tick next to it, this means it is secured in place. Left-click on the button with your mouse to unlock the toolbar. Left-click on the toolbar, and drag it to the bottom of the screen. Right-click on the toolbar, and select "Lock the toolbar" to fix the toolbar in place at the bottom of the screen. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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