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cgazsc    0

I'm installing a new PC with Win98se and I can't remember how I was able to get the Program menu to wrap to more than one column. I've got it on my existing system but can't remember if I use some utility or did a reg tweak. Can anybody help? An email would be very much appreciated!!

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Hi.

I can recommend "Xteq X-Setup 6.1" for this. I don't know if M$ TweakUI has an option for this, too, but I know this tool has.

You could do it manually via the registry, but I don't know anymore where and what you would have to do.

You can download that program at this page:

http://www.xteq.com/downloads/

If I remember correctly, it's even freeware.

[EDIT]

The option can be found under "Appearance/Start Menu/Options/Display Options" as "Show Start ->Programs with Multiple Columns"

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cgazsc    0

Thanks 8tImER! I knew there had to be someone out there that knew the answer! I down loaded X-Setup and see the setting(although it is VERY WELL hidden). I'm sure it just translates into a registery setting...but try and find it!

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cgazsc    0

Oops, X-Setup didn't do it. It thinks it did, but made no difference after a reboot. I'll post a question on their site and see what they think. This is Win98SE.

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n10s    0

Simple as 1, 2, 3...

1) Right-click on Taskbar and then choose "Properties" and then click on the "Advanced" tab...

2) Scroll down to "Scroll the Programs menu" and checkmark next to it...

3) Apply and "OK" out if that...

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