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OS 10.5 - Delete the little calender in Dock


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I have done something really stupid,

I was fiddling around in the dock the other day and managed to delete the little calender chart thingy, just the bit that says the date etc. How can I get it back pleeeease.

I feel really stupid about this but am still trying to get the hang of using a mac.

Many thanks in advance.
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Go to the Macintosh HD icon on your desktop, open the Applications folder, find the iCal program and drag it back to your Dock.
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OMG ADK, thankyou so much for your help, I can't believe you were so quick in replying to me. <2minutes!!!!!!

Once again many thanks.
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You have to really work hard to mess up a Mac. Little things like this are child's play to put back in place.
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Guys,

I am delighted at the response from you all, I didn't think that helpful people existed anymore!!

Many thanks, and be sure that anything else I manage to mislay I will be straight on to you lol!

Regards.
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