Re: Adjusting desktop icon spacing
> How does one adjust the spacing of icons on the desktop with Vista?
> With XP you could right-click the desktop, click appearance, and adjust
> this at will, but I can't find anything in the Personalization applet
> (or any other applet for that matter) on how to do that. There're
> plenty of things to change there, but I can't find the icon spacing
> option. Is this another of Microsoft's user unfriendly changes in Vista?
I'm using Vista Home Premium:
Right click on the Desktop
Choose 'Window Color and Appearance'
Choose 'Open classic appearance properties for more color options'
Click on 'Advanced...' button
From the 'Item:' dropdown box pick 'Icon Spacing (Horizontal)'
or 'Icon Spacing (Vertical)'
I do not know if it makes a difference, but I also use the
'Classic Start menu' for my Start Menu.
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