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I was moving stuff around on the bar at the bottom of the desktop when the applications and the documents icons disappeared how can I get them back.
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Just drag them back from Finder. Be sure though to drag them to the right side of the dock separator.
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Thanks for the quick reply,back to normal now.
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What? No question about why it doesn't have a folder icon showing?
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