1.    01 Nov 2008 #1
    silas Guest

    Change the order of taskbar items...


    Hi. I have eleven open items showing on my taskbar (browser windows, files,
    etc.). Is there a way to change the order that they appear on the taskbar so
    that all similar items are together- all Word docs, all Excel files and so
    on- without closing and reopening them in order?

    Thanks.

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  2.    01 Nov 2008 #2
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    Re: Change the order of taskbar items...


    Quote Originally Posted by silas View Post
    Hi. I have eleven open items showing on my taskbar (browser windows, files,
    etc.). Is there a way to change the order that they appear on the taskbar so
    that all similar items are together- all Word docs, all Excel files and so
    on- without closing and reopening them in order?

    Thanks.

    Hi Silas,

    Right click on the taskbar, choose Properties and on the taskbar properties there should be an option to Group similar items or similar, (am not on a Vista machine at the moment so cannot give exact wording
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  3.    02 Nov 2008 #3
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    Re: Change the order of taskbar items...

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  4.    02 Nov 2008 #4
    HappyAndyK Guest

    Re: Change the order of taskbar items...



    silas;118300 Wrote:

    > Hi. I have eleven open items showing on my taskbar (browser windows,
    > files, etc.). Is there a way to change the order that they appear on the
    > taskbar so that all similar items are together- all Word docs, all Excel
    > files and so on- without closing and reopening them in order?
    >
    > Thanks.
    'Re-arrange Vista Taskbar Buttons and System Tray Icons'
    (http://www.winvistaclub.com/t122.html) may interest you.


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