|13 Jul 2009||#1|
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How To Centre The Task Bar Icons.
Heres how you can centre your taskbar icons. I take no credit for this as i was using a Vista theme early last year and the author made a video tutorial on Deviant Art on how to do this to complete the themes look. I cant remember the name of the theme or the author. If anyone has seen this on Deviant Art please let me know and i will link and give the appropriate credit.
First thing you need to do is to create a new folder somewhere on your PC. I choose "My Documents" and i named it "F". You can create the Folder anywhere you wish and name it what you want.
Now create a new toolbar by right clicking on your Taskbar and selecting Toolbars > New Toolbar.
Navigate to the folder you created earlier and select that as your new Toolbar.
Now you have a new "Toolbar" on your taskbar , Right click on the taskbar again and un-tick "Lock Taskbar".
Drag the new Toolbar all the way over to the start menu orb, You will see your Application Icons move to the Far right by your notification area. All you have to do is drag them back to the centre of your task bar till you have them centred and are happy.
Now you need to right click on the new Toolbar and de-select "Show Text" and "Show Title".
Lock the Taskbar and your good to go.
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