In this instructable I used easy to follow images of each step of the process.
I hope it helps.
Step 1: First, Download
Step 2: Then Install
Step 3: Edit Language Etc
Language: under general you can edit the language. The default is English.
You can also hide your Windows taskbar.
I don't like to have it hidden because of the start menu so I just auto-hide the Windows taskbar. My taskbar is at the top.
Under miscellaneous you can edit the font, the font size---- by making it bold or italic, But, most importantly you can change the "Attention Effect". This is the action that an icon on your task bar will make if the program is active or has changed. Here I changed the Attention effect to bounce.
Step 4: Edit the Appearance
By the way, before I forget, you can also change the orientation of your dock.
On the "ObjectDock Properties" select the Positioning tab and go to the "edge on screen" to change it.
Step 5: To Add Icons
You can also add a weather icon just by selecting and pressing "add this Docklet to the Dock."
Your added weather icon will appear on your dock with the word N/A on the top of the icon. You will then right-click it and select weather docklet properties, there you can enter your zip code and hit update.
Step 6: Additional Icons
On your ObejectDock Properties go to the tap that says Dock Contents.
There you will select Display open windows along with my icons.
Then after that you just need to have the program that you want to add open.
It will be displayed to the right of your dock.
Right click the image and select "add this application to dock."
In my images I created a shortcut to Excel and placed it on my desktop.
I then opened it, selected it on my dock, right-clicked it and pressed add this application to dock
I only added this so you could see how it is done.
To later edit the icon's image you can select it from the dock right-click it and select Dock Entry Properties. Go to change image and search for an image.
Step 7: To Remove an Icon
Step 8: Save Your Theme
To check that you have saved it, on the same tab (Themes) select "go to my image library," there select the folder by the name of "Baked up Themes" and it should be there.