If you want to move the taskbar back to its original position, on the bottom, right click the bar and uncheck Lock the Taskbar. You can then click and drag the taskbar to the desired position.
For Windows XP, click and hold from an empty space on the taskbar, and drag it to the bottom of the screen. If this doesn't work, right click on the empty space and unlock the taskbar, first. Afterward, you might want to lock the taskbar, so you don't accidentally move it again.
Position the cursor in the body of the taskbar, not on the edge (where cursor appearance changes to double ended arrow) before dragging the taskbar down.
Sounds like you dragged the whole taskbar from the bottom of the screen to the right side of the screen. Just click the taskbar, hold the mouse button down, and drag the taskbar down to the bottom of the screen before letting go.
Right-click on your taskbar, if a tick is next to the Lock taskbar option, make sure it is disabled. After that click and drag your taskbar to the bottom or top of the screen.
First, right click on the start menu button and click properties. Then, if it isn't already, click on the taskbar tab. then were it says taskbar position change it to bottom and click ok.
Right click on the taskbar, make sure that "Lock the Taskbar" is NOT selected, then drag and drop the taskbar to the bottom (click on the empty space in the taskbar and hold the mouse button down and move the mouse to the bottom of the screen then release the button)
positioning the mouse on the taskbar wherever it is while pressing the left button and just drag it to the bottom and that's it
On the bottom taskbar, rt click on the taskbar,and you will see toolbar.
Right click on the taskbar and click "Properties". A window should pop up. Look for "Taskbar Location on Screen" and click on the button. Click on "Bottom" then apply it.
the taskbar is the bar which runs across the bottom of your screen. the bottom right is where icons for programs which are running usually appear.
At the bottom. Take a look
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Centering on the page or vertical allignment.
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Right click on your windows taskbar, go to properties, under the taskbar properties you will get the taskbar appearance pane in which you check the Auto hide the taskbar option and your taskbar will get disappear.... whenever you need it just hover you mouse to the bottom of your desktop it will reappear....
The taskbar is located at the bottom of your screen.
If you use the unlock option you will still have a narrow blue line at the bottom. But the taskbar basically would be hidden. If you use the autohide option the taskbar will hide completely automatically. But when you move the cursor at the place where the taskbar suppose to be the taskbar will pop up.
1. right click anywhere on taskbar 2. uncheck "lock the taskbar" 3. drag and drop the taskbar by left-clicking and holding it down 4. drop in desired location (bottom)
drag the start menu to the other side but first you need to unlock the taskbar
It is normally the Fill Handle.