Make Quick Launch Show Only Icons in Windows 7

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Crystal, Eng

Hi, you're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to make Quick Launch show only icons on Windows 7 computers. If you don't know how to enable the Quick Launch toolbar on your taskbar, watch a previous video on VisiHow. For this tutorial, we have already enabled Quick Launch on the taskbar, but it's not showing any icons unless we click on the double arrow icon.

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    To change this, we need to right-click on the Quick Launch icon
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    Deselect "Lock the taskbar"
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    Once it's unlocked, we need to right-click again and uncheck "Show Text"
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    Right-click again and uncheck "Show Title"
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    Now, we drag the 3 dotted line to the left to extend the Quick Launch toolbar
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    Once we're sure that all of the icons are showing, click on the divider icon again and move it to the right so that only one icon disappears
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    Right-click on the divider and click "Lock the taskbar"
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    Now the taskbar is locked and all of the icons are showing
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    This concludes the tutorial on how to make Quick Launch show only icons on a Windows 7 computer
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Recent edits by: Crystal, Lukward Thomason

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