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Can anyone help me out with a little problem? I was letting my 5 month old son (that's right 5 months old) play with the keyboard today and he must of hit something he shouldn't have because now the little desktop icon that use to be on the right of my tray between the IE and view channel icon is gone. Can anyone tell me how to get it back. I use it all the time.
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If the icon is on your desktop, you can simply right click and hold, then drag it to the tray where it was. If it is not on your desktop, create a short cut on your desktop and follow step 1. If you require more detailed instruction on creating a shortcut, please advise.

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I think I may have stated my question incorrectly. When I have a window open instead of minimizing it there use to be a little icon on the bottom right side of my tray that when I clicked on it, it would bring my desktop back in view. the reason is so handy is sometimes I have multiple windows open iand its faster toget to my desk top. So there isnt a desktop icon on my desktop that I know of.
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Put the cursor on the center of the bar and right click, Go up to toolbars and click on quicklaunch.
I'm not sure if this is what you are looking for.
 

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I beleive that may be it too Speedo! I just double-checked it on mine.
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no go

I just looked at quick launch and it was checked. I unchecked and rechecked it again and only 3 icons appear, EI, launch outlook express, and view channels. It had to have been deleted from one or a series of keys my little bundle of joy keyed in.
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Follow these instructions and all will be OK

1. Click on Start, search, for files and folders.
2. type “show desktop”
3. right click on “show desktop”
4. highlight “copy” and left click
5. proceed to desktop and right click on desktop
6. highlight “paste shortcut” and left click
7. an icon will appear on the desktop…right click on it and hold the mouse button
8. Drag the icon between the IE and view Channel icons
9. When the icon is see through you will be able to see an “I”
10. At this point, release the mouse button and
11. Voilla, Success

Let me know how you made out

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