RE: accessing the system tray in xp


Windows-key-B is another way to access the system tray;
Thanks I was not aware of this feature. 
 but you don't have 
the left click and right click options you do with insert-f11.
Yes but you can just press enter or use the application key on the item
you want is there a cool command for the quick launch bar.  


At 08:57 AM 7/6/2004, you wrote:
>Every time that I hit the insert+f11 to access the system tray icons, I
>get the system tray list but when I hit enter on something, I get the 
>standard Windows xp right click menu. (I.e. arrange icons, refresh,
property...
>How can I access the icons like I did in Windows 98?
>
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