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How To Add Easy Web Print Program To Tool Bar Ie6?


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#1 georgia

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Posted 10 April 2007 - 09:40 AM

i had a problem with my IE6 and was able to correct it with Reset Web Settings and am getting the Tool Bar back to normal, however I can't figure out how to get my Easy Web Print which is in my programs back onto the Tool Bar.
I don't know if I have to get it into "manage add-ons" and if I need to do that how do I get it there??

I would appreciate advice on this and a 2nd question, in the CP>IE Options is it best to check off Enable third party browsers??? I only use IE6 and will update to 7 when the office software tech gets to all of our owned notebooks.
If it is disabled what problems might I have with IE6??? Just wondered about that, I have Site Hound as part of my Tool Bar.

Again I hope someone can answer these queries as it would be greatly appreciated.
Kind regards.
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Posted 10 April 2007 - 01:46 PM

Hi georgia.
In IE, click View>Toolbars. Do you see Easy web print there? If you do, click it to select it.
Do not disable third party browser extensions, leave it checked.
To manage your add-on's in IE, click Tools>Manage Add-on's. If any are disabled, it will say so.
To re-enable an add-on, left click on the add-on and choose enable then ok. You disable them the same way.

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Posted 12 April 2007 - 02:02 PM

:flowers: Thank you HitSquad, you were Right on Target, yes it was there and I followed your instructions for which I am extremely grateful for your kind response.
Instructions like you give are so clear for this non-tech person and make this forum so comfortable and not a frightening experience as I have had in other forums that I pulled out of.
Saluations again :thumbsup:
I almost have my google task bar back to the norm!! :trumpet:
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Posted 13 April 2007 - 04:17 AM

You're welcome georgia.

Instructions like you give are so clear for this non-tech person and make this forum so comfortable and not a frightening experience as I have had in other forums that I pulled out of.

There are a few of those out there unfortunetly.
Some may seem downright hostile but it's all smoke and mirrors. It's whatever you're comfortable with. :thumbsup:




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