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Hi,

i went to drag a file from the "stack" in the dock and the "stack" disappeared? , its got me stuffed how to get it back!!

Any help much appreciated, cheers
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I'll guess you mean a documents stack...
Easy fix.
Open finder window.
Go to your user home folder.
Highlight your documents folder, and drag it to the left of the trash and to the right of the dock separator and release it there.
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Here's a screen recording of how to do it.

http://yfrog.com/j6file26506z
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thanks mate, so simple, thanks for the demo, nothing like seeing it happen over reading instructions
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Pleasure.... Same applies for any of those folders (downloads, movies, etc.)

I highly recommend Apple - Find Out How - Mac Basics

Have a look at the list under the main video window, there are heaps of tutorials there which are invaluable.
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