Unwanted addition to task bar

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kenthinrichsen

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using windows 10
I have no idea what I might have done that caused this to show up -- an unwanted address bar showed up on my task bar, and I can't figure out how to get rid of it--
highlighted in yellow at the bottom of the attached screen shot -- thanks in advance for any suggestions
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I've removed your email address because it will be harvested by spammers. You should never post in on public forums. Also, all assistance is to be done on the boards and not behind the scenes. Thanks for understanding.
 

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@kenthinrichsen, I think you may have added this inadvertently to your taskbar. To remove it, right-click on the taskbar, move the mouse up to Toolbar, and then you'll see options including Address (which will be checked). Left-click on Address and this will remove it from your taskbar.
 

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Thanks kenthinrichsen but there's actually a button at the type that says "Mark Solved" that you can click. Doing that will insert a "Solved" tag so other people searching for the same problem will see this one is "solved". :)
 
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