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Annoying desktop dialogue


lenjam

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I am doing some work on a Compaq EVO laptop for a friend, there is a vertical band on the desktop with 3 drop down headings : - Folder Tasks - Other Places - Details

How do get rid of this? very annoying as it takes up about 1/5th of the screen Thanks

OS Win XP Professional

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Sea Urchin

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Remove the XP common tasks folder - follow instructions here

http://www.dougknox.com/xp/scriptsdesc/xpcommtask_desktop.htm

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Eric10

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Sea Urchin's link redone

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lotvic

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it's those _ underscores that mess up the links. If you use 2 of of them in the same sentance or paragraph it changes the words inbetween to italics

Like this underscore each side of this

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Sea Urchin

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Thanks to Eric10 for the corrected link - didn't notice at the time. And thanks also lotvic for the information about underscoring

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lenjam

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Thanks guys....sorted

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lenjam

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Thanks guys......sorted :O)

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