toolbars

  alibob1526 15 Apr 11
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How do I get a toolbar at the top of my screen containing things like, auto fill, bookmarks, maps and any other helpful items. I use IE, Google & sometimes Firefox. I would like to have helpful items in my top toolbar no matter which search program I might choose. I used to have these items plus others but for some reason I do not seem to have anything of use. I have an windows 7 ,64bit HP g72 laptop.

  Woolwell 15 Apr 11

You may have had the Google toolbar installed which provides buttons for maps, autofill, bookmarks, etc. Right click and see if Google toolbar is visible and then left click on it.

Which version of IE?

  alibob1526 15 Apr 11

how do I find what version of IE is installed?

Right click on Google doesn't do much,nothing about toolbars.

  robin_x 15 Apr 11

Right click empty area near top of screen.

Version info is Menu/Help/About.

You may also see other options for Toolbar, Favorites etc. when you right clicked. Everything that is ticked will be displayed

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