Browswer Tool Bars

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PJ Staley

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I have one toolbar wherein web addresses are input, and I have one toolbar (ask.com) I use for searches. As I've never found the need to type or search for an address that occupies the full width of my computer monitor, and I prefer to reserve the vertical space for other things, I position the search and address bars side by side. Both of them occupy far too much crt real estate while positioned on top of one another, so I unlock the toolbars, position them side by side and relock them. It seems that they don't want to stay in that position, regardless of their "locked" status. Is there a way around this so they stay put?
 

Byteman

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Hi, what version of Internet Explorer, and what version of Windows do you have? tks. I assume one , that address bar, is part of IE and the ask.com is the searchbar. The one I see often is this:

http://sp.ask.com/docs/toolbar/

If it is that> the info on this page may have a clue as to how to make changes stick for locating the bar. Looked through it quickly and it did not have much help!


http://sp.ask.com/docs/toolbar/helpindex.html
 

Byteman

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Hi, I don't see anything else about any issues with Ask Jeeves toolbar, but if you use any other managing type programs...TweakUI included...they might have "control" of the options for the toolbar to stay in place.
 
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