I doubt very seriously you actually deleted Safari. You may have deleted the shortcut icon but not the program. Open applications or finder and I bet it is still there. If so, just drag the icon to the dock.
Don't touch it; don't drag it to the desktop. and if you do, just go to FINDER, APPLICATIONS, then drag "dashboard" back onto the dock. == ==
If it isn't on your dock, go to your finder, search imovie, drag it to your dock, and click it on your dock.
i think you open your finder and go to downloads and drag the download you want to the dock
In default settings, it will be on your dock. The icon is a guitar. If it was removed from your dock, search for it in the finder.
You can access Applications from the Dock or by clicking Finder.
On a mac go to the blue apple and click. Force quit the operating system, not finder. In my case I use Firefox. Then go to the dock and click the system back on.
Click Applications in the Dock or open the Finder and click Applications on the left.
Open finder, applications , imovie drag to your dock! If you have to many already there move some!
Widgets come with these mac softwares: 10.4 (Tiger) and 10.5 (Leopard). These softwares contain "widgets". Upon installation of the software, or if you haven't moved any of the dock icons around, you should see the finder symbol on the dock, and immediately to the right of the finder symbol on the dock is a black clock thing, which is the icon for widgets. They do not come with 10.3 (Panther) or lower.
place the ipod into the dock and plug the cord into the wall and the back of the dock.
Click on the Finder-icon in your dock. Your HD is visible at the top of the side bar.
if you need to find files you need to use Finder, Its the First Icon in the Dock and Its really easy to use!
You can open iHomework from the Applications folder. The Applications folder can be found in Finder (The square smiley face on your dock.)
Photo Booth is owned by the system and you are not able to delete it. If you had it in the Dock but removed the icon from the Dock you can still find it in the Applications folder.
go back stage at the dock or lighthouse go back stage at the dock or lighthouse
Most likely Launchpad was deleted or misplaced. Try to keep your Applications in the Applications folder, if it was deleted you will probably have to reinstall Lion.
If the wind is at your back, you should approach the dock at a shallow angle (10°-20°), then stop the boat and allow the wind to drift the boat into the dock.
Put two Pipes with Pipe sleeves at the back of the dock and counter balanced anchors on each corner of the front of the dock.
File Finder enables you to quickly locate duplicate files on your PC. The File Finder looks through the drives and folders you specify for files that match based on file name, file size, and the date the file was modified.
Open the System Preferences - this can be found on the Dock, or in Finder > Applications > System Preferences.Then click on Desktop & Screensavers.You can edit your wallpaper in the Desktop section.
The reason it is called a dock is due to the English Legal system being based on Admiralty law. The defendant is "the vessel" and the position of the defendant is in dock. I think
its in the dock at the back of the stage.
Make sure you are on the admin side, then you can just drag and drop. You can access your apps folder if you go to finder and then click the "applications" folder. It's simple.
It depends on what 'icons' you want to get back. If they are the dock icons, then they are either hiding or you have removed them. If they have been removed, got to the Applications folder and just drag them back into the dock. If the entire dock along with the icons is just hiding, then use the keyboard shortcut Command (the Apple key) + D.