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Start column went to upper right corner

Restore start column to original position?

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Just put your cursor over it, rigth click, leave it pressing, then dragg it to original position

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

  • Juan Renteria Jan 22, 2009

    you right it must to be the left side of your mouse, but make sure you unlock the taskbar...


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