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Windows 7: Removing Short Date

17 Oct 2009   #1
kiramon

Vista
 
 
Removing Short Date

Is there anyway to remove the short date beneath the time without using some kind of additional program or anything like that? =(


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17 Oct 2009   #2
Hanamichi

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Right-click taskbar choose Properties. Then check Use small icons
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17 Oct 2009   #3
Antman

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hanamichi View Post
right-click taskbar choose properties. Then check use small icons :d
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17 Oct 2009   #4
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 10 build 10130
 
 

Hello Kiramon, and welcome to Seven Forums.

You can changed the Short date format on the taskbar though.

Date Format - Change

Hope this helps some,
Shawn
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17 Oct 2009   #5
TheSchaft

Windows 7 x64 HP, Windows 7 HP, Windows 7 Ult
 
 

I use small icons on the taskbar and there is no date below the time.
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17 Oct 2009   #6
Antman

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheSchaft View Post
I use small icons on the taskbar and there is no date below the time.
Widen the bar. It will appear.

Unwidened, mine isn't showing now that it takes 4 digits to show the MM/DD. On 9/1, it did show.
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17 Oct 2009   #7
TheSchaft

Windows 7 x64 HP, Windows 7 HP, Windows 7 Ult
 
 

With the defaults, and a single row of icons, the date does not appear below the time - there isn't room with the small icons.

http://www.sevenforums.com/attachmen...1&d=1255794995


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17 Oct 2009   #8
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 10 build 10130
 
 

Strange,

The short date appears on my taskbar with small or large icons being used.

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17 Oct 2009   #9
Antman

 

Left side bar, three different widths.
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