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My command toolbar is gone. I don't have the

My command toolbar is gone. I don't have the "File, Edit, View, etc" bar nor the one where you can click the house to go to the home page, etc. How do I get it back?

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I'm guessing this is in Internet Explorer or another browser? Try pressing F11. This switches between 'normal' and 'fullscreen' modes.

Hope this helps.

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