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    Re-arranging icons in Start Menu

    I would like to re-arrange the task bar so that explorer is the first on the list , see attachment.
    Is there anyway to do this?

    Justin.
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    Re: Re-arranging icons in Start Menu

    Try dragging the Windows Explorer item down, and dropping it just below Sea King ESGR Incoming.

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    Re: Re-arranging icons in Start Menu

    I tried doing this but it is simply not allowing me to move it.

    i.e I get the not allowed sign (circle with a line throught it).
    If you see attachment you will see how l am trying to move it.

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    Re: Re-arranging icons in Start Menu

    Are you dragging the Explorer entry as seen when viewing your start menu rather than the folder entry when viewed in Explorer itself?
    i.e. Left-click and drag the item you want to move as seen in the graphic in your first post above.

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    Re: Re-arranging icons in Start Menu

    But now you're trying to drag the item in Windows Explorer. I meant that you had to drag the menu item itself, in the Start menu, more or less the way you indicated in your screenshot.

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    Re: Re-arranging icons in Start Menu

    That worked fine Hans.

    Thanks for that.
    Justin.

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