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Address Bar

by garysg / December 17, 2004 5:26 AM PST

Since I downloaded SP2, the address bar on my start page has disappeared. My ISP (earthlink) has been no help. Even right click in the gray zone does not produce desired results. I do have the google and yahoo toolbars, but i had those before. How can I get the main URL box back?

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What program are you using?
by glb613 / December 17, 2004 5:48 AM PST
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There are a variety of ways to access the Internet. What program are you uing? Internet Explorer? Netscape? Firefox? Earthlink?

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If you're referring to Internet Explorer Try This
by Tufenuf / December 17, 2004 6:29 AM PST
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garysg, Right click an empty space on your Toolbar and checkmark Address Bar. If that dowsn't work right click an empty space on your Toolbar and unloack the Toolbar. Now aside of the word Address you should see a dotted verticle line(s). Put your cursor over that dotted verticle line(s) till it turns into a 2 sided arrow then hold your left mouse button down and drag downwards or sidewards. If the Address bar appears release the left mouse button and then Lock the Toolbar again.


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