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I can't get my downloads folder into my dock. I've been into finder and clicked on documents but it doesn't seem to work. HELP!
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I can't get my downloads folder into my dock.
Open Finder and drag the Downloads folder and drop it onto the right hand side of the Dock.


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I've been into finder and clicked on documents but it doesn't seem to work. HELP!
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Hi OP,

If you have not done what bobtomay and chas_m said just to show you look at my screen shot.
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