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Somehow, I accidentally dragged the applications icons from the Dock. Please someone tell me how to put it back.
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Nevermind - I finally got it!!
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Pretty simple ain’t it?

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Ok, so where is the question about why it show the Address Book icon instead of a folder?
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I decided to ignore the address book icon. I was just glad to have it back.

So tell me how to get rid of the address book icon!
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Right click on the icon in the dock… then select Display as: "Folder"
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The Display As is dimmed out. also dimmed on Downloads & Documents
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THe words "Display As" are supposed to be dimmed out. Thats Just the title of the section.

You want a check mark next to "FOLDER"
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That did it. You guys are great!!
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I knew it!

(That the question was coming, not that we're great.)
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