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I have my windows 7 task bar set to 2 rows. I would like to arrange the items I have pined to the taksbar in 2 rows without waiting for them to be wrapped.

Is this possible in Windows 7? If so how do you do it?

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You can't. Having multiple rows is only for overflow. And you can only re-order items, not re-position them arbitrarily into space that isn't occupied yet by the taskbar buttons.1

1 Educated guess, not knowledge. However, features don't exist by default, they have to be implemented by someone.

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I know in XP and Vista, you could unlock the taskbar and drag it up, but I'm not sure if this works with 7.

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You can do that, and I have done that. But what I want to do is arrange the icons in 2 rows. – David Basarab Jul 15 '09 at 11:23

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