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Insider Power Techniques for Microsoft® Windows® XP by Austin Wilson, Scott Andersen, Geoff Winslow, Paul McFedries

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Controlling Taskbar Grouping

One of the new things built into the Windows XP taskbar is the grouping feature. When the taskbar fills up with buttons, Windows XP consolidates icons from the same program into a single button, as shown in Figure 10-5 on the following page. To access one of these grouped windows, you click the button and then click the window you want.

When the taskbar gets filled with buttons, Windows XP groups similar windows into a single button.

Figure 10-5. When the taskbar gets filled with buttons, Windows XP groups similar windows into a single button.

Tip

You can close all of a group’s windows at once by right-clicking the group button and then selecting Close Group.

The grouping feature makes it easier to read the name of each ...

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