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ykachioff

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I lost my address Bar in my Internet Explorer browser .I tried to right click in that general area and place a check mark on the Address Bar listing , to no avail.Can anyone help?
 
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First you need to select View> Toolbars> and uncheck Lock the Toolbars. Then you can place a check mark beside Address Bar, then recheck Lock the Toolbars. When you unlock the toolbar, you will see a dotted mark at the start and end of the address bar. You place your mouse on it and it will become a double arrow and you can make the address bar whatever size you want.
 

ykachioff

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I tried that , exactly as you suggested and still no Address Bar.Any more suggestions?
 

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Is it just dragged off the screen so you can't see it?
 
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ykachioff said:
So how do I drag it back? I have no idea where it is.
When you uncheck the Lock the Toolbars, you will see the broken line bar. Just place your mouse and it will become double arrow.
 

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Do you see the word Address anywhere near the Toolbars or a dotted vertical line? If so with Lock Toolbars option unchecked click and hold down the left mouse button and drag it down to where is should be.
 
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