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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by maxie0515, Apr 18, 2004.

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  1. maxie0515

    maxie0515 Thread Starter

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    I know that this is a simple thing for most people but I have no idea where to go to find the correct setting. Whenever I get into a website and look for something and then go "back" my back button has disappeared. It is very unhandy to x out of the website and then go back in there. I have a new computer and know that it was on here but don't know what happened. I have Windows XP operating system. Have tried clicking on the MSN toolbar menu, but cannot find anything that shows me I can change my toolbar items there so now I am lost.

    Anticipate you can help me once again.

    Thanks.
     
  2. rude

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    Right click on an empty area of the toolbar and put a check beside Standard Buttons

    If that doesn't work,right click on an empty area of the toolbar and select "Customize",on the left pane is a list of buttons you can add to the right pane.which will put them on the toolbar
     
  3. maxie0515

    maxie0515 Thread Starter

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    That worked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much.
     
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    Glad you got it sorted out.
     
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