do you worked on it? , do some efforts then others will help you ,
Here's something to get you started.
I found the following code here, just slightly modified by me to Not Return warnings/errors.
Public Function GetTaskbarLocation() As String Dim bounds As Rectangle = Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds Dim working As Rectangle = Screen.PrimaryScreen.WorkingArea If working.Height < bounds.Height And working.Y > 0 Then Return "Top" ElseIf working.Height < bounds.Height And working.Y = 0 Then Return "Bottom" ElseIf working.Width < bounds.Width And working.X > 0 Then Return "Left" ElseIf working.Width < bounds.Width And working.X = 0 Then Return "Right" Else Return Nothing End If End Function Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click MsgBox(GetTaskbarLocation) End Sub
That should get you the location of the TaskBar.
.After you locate the TaskBar, just load a Form in the appropriate location of the Desktop and call it a day.
Hope this helps.