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i had a few documents and i placed them on the side bar of the finder window by mistake and then i delete the actual files and them emptied my bin then i went to delete the files on the side bar so now i dont know how to delete them so can anyone help me just to show u what i mean heres a screen shot Screenshot2011-07-31at52705PM.png picture by ttgxcake - Photobucket the things i cant delete passes 1 2 and 3 and the dvd folder thing as well
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Just hold down the command key (the key next to the spacebar on either side) and drag them off. They will go poof.
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