All I ever needed was unlock it, then drag it to the other position and then lock it. Done.
But after you wrote about the Windows 7 toolbar you wrote more about BROWSERS which may have their own toolbars. While I can answer about the Windows 7 toolbar, your question appears to be about something else.
I want to put the tool bar on top but it is not there like it always used to be. I also have google as the browser and I get confused about which is is responsible for what. They add crap on top that eats up the page!! I use internet ex 9 on a mini hp notebook fyi and got kicked off off google and referred elsewhere. Can someone clarify and help me with the toolbar?