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Tabbed browsing/toolbar loss

To whom it may concern;
Our toolbar (ie7, win xp) containing history, favorites, internet options, etc. has recently disappeared. There is no reason we can trace, just woke up one morning & it was gone. At any rate, the tabbed browsing (which apparantly worked off that toolbar, which was at the bottom) no longer functions, even with everything appropriately set up in the internet options (tabbed browsing enabled). Even the "New Tab Ctrl T" under "File" is greyed out and will not function. Would appreciate advice or guidance.
Thank you,
M. Hughes

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Hi,

try resetting all options:

Open IE7 Tools --> Internet Options --> Advanced
Restore Advanced Settings
and Reset

good luck HPC

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