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Generally, right-click the task bar>properties or right-click the desktop>personalize>taskbar.
In XP, right-click task bar & unlock. Then, you have to"grab" the bar itself between the start button & the first bar or icon & drag it. Takes some doing, but it eventually moves. You may need to wrestle it into the correct position- especially if it gets doubled in height.
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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