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missing address bar and "go" button on IE 6.0

missing address bar and "go" button on IE 6.0

missing address bar and "go" button on IE 6.0

My address bar and "go" button are missing on Internet Explorer Version 6.0.  I think they were deleted when I deleted porno links which were downloaded in error. I emptyed the Trash Basket before I realized these were missing.

RE: missing address bar and "go" button on IE 6.0

Dear glbhs,
Wrong forum (Try the Microsoft Windows95/98)
but in the unlikely event you return without them(!)
here is the answer:

Right-Click on a blank part of your existing toolbar and select

Address Bar

and then do the same and select
Go Button

Regards Jim
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