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cepal
07-09-2005, 11:41 PM
Hope this could be answered here and ask the best way I can. It seems like I
have on win xp sp2 two different ways that ramdomly switches from site to
site. #1. I have consecutive sites listed where I have been on my task bar.
so that I can click on the one that I want without using the back button. I
can close off each one individually. This is handy, because the other way #
2, when I have the one site that I am on listed on the task bar I can use
the back button or the dropdown menu next to It or skip to where I want to
be. The draw back is when I close off a site I close all of them. Question:
Can I set my computer to operate the one I want? Which is the # 1.

T. Waters
07-09-2005, 11:41 PM
Maybe the term "close off" is a translation from another language, but I
cannot figure out what you mean by it. Would you please explain?

cepal wrote:
> Hope this could be answered here and ask the best way I can. It seems
> like I have on win xp sp2 two different ways that ramdomly switches
> from site to site.

#1. I have consecutive sites listed where I have
> been on my task bar. so that I can click on the one that I want
> without using the back button. I can close off each one individually.
> This is handy, because the other way

# 2, when I have the one site
> that I am on listed on the task bar I can use the back button or the
> dropdown menu next to It or skip to where I want to be. The draw back
> is when I close off a site I close all of them.

Question: Can I set
> my computer to operate the one I want? Which is the # 1.

Jonybrv
07-09-2005, 11:41 PM
It seems like you are referring to Task Bar grouping feature. This is the
one that will group all similar windows so that you can click Drop down and
select the window you want.

If thats the one, right click an empty area in the task bar and click
Properties. Here uncheck Group similar taskbar buttons check box, and then
click Apply.

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Jonybrv


"T. Waters" wrote:

> Maybe the term "close off" is a translation from another language, but I
> cannot figure out what you mean by it. Would you please explain?
>
> cepal wrote:
> > Hope this could be answered here and ask the best way I can. It seems
> > like I have on win xp sp2 two different ways that ramdomly switches
> > from site to site.
>
> #1. I have consecutive sites listed where I have
> > been on my task bar. so that I can click on the one that I want
> > without using the back button. I can close off each one individually.
> > This is handy, because the other way
>
> # 2, when I have the one site
> > that I am on listed on the task bar I can use the back button or the
> > dropdown menu next to It or skip to where I want to be. The draw back
> > is when I close off a site I close all of them.
>
> Question: Can I set
> > my computer to operate the one I want? Which is the # 1.
>
>
>
>


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