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Annoyances in IE9


Housten

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Good afternoon,

I use Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit with IE9, and I am getting a bit annoyed with what I don’t know! When I click on the address bar in IE9 to go to a new site at the bottom of the list there are some icons – for bing, google, etc.. I know some people like these but I have no use for them and would like to get rid of these showing up permanently. Does anyone know if this is possible and how to do it, please? Also at the bottom of my screen – when I am in IE9 - a box appears wanting to activate an add-in. This box appears every time I click a new page to appear and I would like to be able to stop it. Does anyone know of a way?

Many thanks in advance to all who reply.

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rdave13

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I can't help there, sorry. That font must be part of the program.

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rdave13

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I've found this, http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/18326/change-the-default-color-scheme-in-office-2010/ Changing the default colour scheme is the best I can come up with.

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Housten

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rdave13,

Many thanks for all your help. I have Office professional 2003, so your tip did not work. I have lived with this irritation for some time, so I guess I will just have to carry on with it.

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