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I saw a tip on the Apple.com website about placing the applications folder in the dock, but they gave no clue as to how to accomplish this. I tried dragging from Finder, but all that did was delete it. I've restored it and tried again with the same results.
Can anyone tell me how this can be accomplished?
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You have to drag it on the side of the dock next to the trash car (you should be able to see a line that separates the two sections)

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and you can not drag it from the side bar, you have to drag the actual folder.

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You have to drag it on the side of the dock next to the trash car (you should be able to see a line that separates the two sections)
Thanks. I got it. I was doing what you said, but it still was doing the same thing. My wife did a net search for me and found that I needed to drag the folder from the harddrive, not from the sidebar in Finder. Another learning experience!
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