On Thu, 12 Apr 2007 22:01:24 GMT, Dave Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> "Jay Somerset" <email@example.com> wrote in
> > In Win2K and XP, the QuickLaunch toolbar could be relocated to the
> > Desktop, or to any of the other three screen borders. In Vista, I
> > can't seem to do it. Clicking at the left corner produces the
> > "multi-arrowed" move icon, but the bar cannot actually be dragged
> > away from its location next to the Start button.
> > Has anyone else been able to relocate QuickLaunch, or has that
> > capability been lost in Vista?
> Won't move the way it use to in XP for me either, But there is a work
> around if you want the quick launch or other toolbar on the side or
> 1.Make a new folder on the desktop.
> 2.Drag the new folder to the side, it will change to a toolbar.
> 3.Delete folder on the desktop you just created (tool bar will stay)
> 4.Right click the new toolbar and add the Quicklaunch toolbar.
> 5.Remove Quick launch from taskbar.
> 5.Auto hide functions if you desire.
> You can find this in the offline Help & Support if you search TOOLBAR
> results #2
> This is probably just one of many ways.
> Hope this helps
Thanks; I'll give this a try.