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Internet Explorer on Vista, how do I get my old homepage back


laptopdunce

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I have IE on my vista laptop and I used to have a fantastic yahoo homepage that I could add those customs icons for various websites, something has happened and it has all been changed (i dont know how this happened!!) but now I have a yahoo homepage with no menu panel at the top, and I cant seem to get the old one back, how can I do this? I have been into tools at the top of the page and looked at internet options and put yahoo as the default homepage but I am only getting the very limited home page with only three icons at the top right, a little house for home, a star for view favourites, feeds etc., and a cog icon for tools, I just want to get my old style home page back where I can add those "custom aps" from the yahoo page, how can I get it all back to how it used to be?? thanks LAPTOPDUNCE

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northumbria61

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Select View Tab at top - then toolbars - make your selections from there with ticks - your Menu bar will return.

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laptopdunce

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thanks for that, I managed to get them back!! thanks LAPTOPDUNCE

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