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OS 10.5 - getting my document thing back on the dock


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I clicked on the document thing on the dock. the thing that shows all of your documents (I own mac leopard) but I dragged it abit and threw it in the trash and I don't know how to get it back can anyone help
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It's easy

1) Go to your Hard Drive
2) Go into your users folder
3) Go into your home folder
4) There will be the Downloads folder
5) Drag back into your to doc where it was before
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You could skip 1-4 and just click on your finder on your dock.

Look under "places" on the left side of the window and documents should be there.
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thank you that fixed my problem
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