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" My Favorites" on top line of my screen

by paulgoldenberg / February 8, 2006 2:38 AM PST

I am not just new to the world of PC's my grandchildren said I have to have one so that I would be in touch with the outside world { I am handycaped }
Last week I was going to click on "Favorites" and forsure I did somthing WRONG, they went away I tried to do a restore and it did not help.
Please any help.
Paul

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Paul, More Information Please
by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / February 8, 2006 4:09 AM PST

What is the operating system of the computer? (Windows 98, Windows XP, something else?)

Assuming that you're trying to click on "Favorites" in Internet Explorer, while you're on the internet, there are a couple of things you might have done. (Remember though, there are two different places for "Favorites" One is in the upper left of the screen next to "File", "Edit", "View" and should still be there. The other is in the middle of one of the toolbars immediately below that.) First, RIGHT click on a blank area in the toolbar area at the top of the screen, then place a CHECK mark next to "Standard Buttons" by clicking on it. That should place the line with Favorites" back where it's supposed to be.

If it doesn't, then you may have reduced the size of that toolbar. Hover your mouse over the up and down separater and "drag" it to one side so the "Favorites" link is displayed.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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by paulgoldenberg / February 8, 2006 9:28 AM PST

XP Home Dell 2350 W/768

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by paulgoldenberg / February 8, 2006 9:33 AM PST

I did what you stated--- IT WORKED!!!!!

Thanks,
Paul

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