The Samsung Galaxy S just like any other smartphone comes with a default dock in the bottom, which has the icons to the most commonly used apps. And the apps arrangement and display in android mobiles is just like that in the iPhone. Most of the people would prefer to have the same icons and apps in the bottom dock section, but some won’t like them. They would either want to get rid of it, or replace those items with those which they wish to keep in there.
Here is an easy guide on how to replace the icons in the dock in Samsung Galaxy S -
Go to the main menu, and hit Applications. It will open the Apps menu, with the top section having 4 x 4 apps, and the bottom dock section having the default apps set in there.
When the menu is open, select the options menu on the phone, on the left of the center menu key. Then, select the Edit option. This will make all the app icons highlighted and movable.
Select the icon from the bottom dock which you want to remove, and drag it into the applications menu. Even if the list is full, the apps would automatically get arranged, and give space for the new icon being dragged. Place it anywhere in the app menu, and the dock leaves an empty space, where you can place any other app icon.
Then you can drag any app icon from the applications menu to the bottom dock, and it appears in the bottom in all the pages of applications menu.