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Toolbars In Ie7

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#1 I_am_CanadianEh?


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Posted 24 October 2006 - 07:52 AM

I have just installed IE7 on my box, the official (non-beta) release.

All went well except for the toolbars being "out of place". First of all, I could not get my menu bar on the top, only in the middle. I found a registry tweek to put it on top. Now I cannot seem to move any of my toolbars.

Here's what I HAVE (from Top to Bottom)

- Menu bar
- Google toolbar
- Address bar

I want to flip the Address bar & google toolbar around such that the Google bar is on the bottom; just like I had it in IE6. You could easily move the bars around in IE6.

Note, that my toolbars are unlocked, but I can only move the bars horizontally but not "down or up a level".

Any thoughts? Is this a bug in IE7?
I am using XP SP2 Professional

Thanks in advance for your help. :thumbsup:

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