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I'm sure that I used to have a downloads folder on the dock but it has gone. Is it possible to get it back please.
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Open up Finder and drag the Downloads folder to the dock.

Make sure you don't release it on the Desktop while doing so.

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Open up Finder and drag the Downloads folder to the dock.

Make sure you don't release it on the Desktop while doing so.
Excellent! I've done that. Thanks for your advice and prompt response.
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Excellent! I've done that.
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