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Windows 7: Outlook 2010 Taskbar Icon Right Click Menu

19 May 2011   #11

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I hate to bump this old thread but thought other people would like to know another solution to this seeing how this forum is the first answer that comes up on Google.

If your taskbar is locked then you will not get right click options on any of your pinned icons. You must unlock the taskbar first. I tried the above and didnt work. I was surprised at how easy the solution was when I unlocked..

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