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IE7 Toolbars?

After my install of IE7 I can't figure out how to display my Google toolbar. Any idea how I locate and adjust toolbars?

Thanks for your help.

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IE7 and google toolbar

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Seems the Google Toolbar has been disabled or removed by IE7 - it has its own search engine- Live Search. Try reinstalling it !

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The Live Search by IE7 can be replaced by Google

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Go to change search default onthe IE7 icon's Properties. You can also add two more links under the General Tab. I have http://www.hotmail.com/, http://www.yahoo.com/ & http://www.microsoft.com/ listed and when the first is deleted, it goes to http://www.msn.com/. Tabbed settings I have the 2nd, 3rd & 5th
ticked and in the next two the center one ticked. I had Yahoo and Hotmail reversed and worked for a month and it goes to a different link. But the first should be: http://www.msn.com/ or http://www.hotmail.com/ or http://www.microsoft.com/ and each homepage is on a separate space. DarCLew2

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Thanks, but ...

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I'm not so much looking to just have the Google search function. I already have that floating at the top of my screen. I'm interested in the Google toolbar that contains a bunch of stuff.

Any ideas on that?

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(NT) In the homepage, add http://www.google.com/

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Thanks but that's not exactly ...

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what I'm looking to do. I don't want to display Google as my home page. I want to be able to have the Google toolbar that was listed in View, Toolbars. This would let me access all kind of features that are included there.

Does anyone know how to do this?

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I read your posts twice and can't find where you

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Have IE7, WMP 11 and Google Toolbar is for IE6+ 2000/WINXP

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I had it install without any problem, I fact, the line of that was just below View on WINXP. I right clicked on a blank space to get the other list of View and other items on the IE7 page (select Menu). Darrell L.

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(NT) Hi Dar. Let's see what e. has to say here.

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