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Add Display Icon to Taskbar

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Do you frequently need to access Display properties to change the Desktop background, screensaver, or other display options?

This How-To Article explains how to add a display icon to the Taskbar.

Add Display Icon to Taskbar

1. Right-click the Desktop and select "Properties..." from the menu that appears.

2. Click the "Settings" tab.

3. Click the "Advanced..." button.

4. Check the "Show settings icon on task bar" check box.

5. Click Apply.

6. Click OK.

7. Click OK.

8. The Display icon will now be displayed in the Taskbar (next to the clock). To open the Display properties window, just double-click this icon.

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