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b. Click any of the Color lists to modify the color used on either end or
in the middle of the taskbar.
The Automatic choice is the default color for this type of taskbar
element.
c. Click either of the Type lists to modify the type of formatting for the
shape on either end of the taskbar.
This setting controls how such a shape is outlined: framed with
a solid line, surrounded by a dashed line, or filled in with a solid
color.
d. Click the Pattern list to select another pattern for the middle of the bar.
6. Click the Text tab (as shown in Figure 11-2), and then do the following:
a. Click any of the text locations.
An arrow appears at the end of that line.
b. Click the arrow to display an alphabetical list of possible data that
you can include, and then click a field name to select it.
c. Repeat Steps 6a and 6b to choose additional text locations.
7. Click OK to accept all new taskbar settings.
Figure 11-2:
You can
place text in
up to four
locations
around your
taskbars.
If you want to make the same types of changes to an individual taskbar rather
than to all taskbars of a certain type, right-click the taskbar and then choose
Format Bar. A Format Bar dialog box appears, offering the same Text and Bar
tabs found in the Bar Styles dialog box without the options at the top to
select the type of item to format.
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