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Hello. I currenly have two add-on toolbars installed on Internet Explorer 6.0. The two toolbars are the Ask Jeeves tool bar and the Google toolbar. I find both of these quite useful because I use both of these search engines quite often and I like the convenience of not having to go to the search engines web page to do the search. Also, I enjoy the extra little things that are included with these tool bars. However, they are taking up a little more space than what I would like. I still have plenty of space to view web pages but I could have more space if only I knew how to resize these toolbars. I am wanting to place both of the toolbars on one line so that they do not take up two lines of space. I tried for a few minutes to manipulate them but I have not yet figured it out and so I decided to ask everyone here at techguy if you know of a way to resize these. If there is no way to resize these, then please let me know. I don't want to waste any time trying to figure it out. Well, I look forward to your replys!:confused:
 

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I tried doing exactly what you said before I posted this message and it wouldn't work. I don't know if I'm not clicking it right or what but this is really confusing me. I mean, I have plenty of experience with computers and I should have no problem with clicking and dragging whatsoever but apparently it does not want to work for me. Any more suggestions? Oh by the way, I have no idea how that attatchment got put on my post.
 

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Holley3278-I should have ask this earlier. Are you able to move the toolbar at all? If not go to View\Toolbars\and uncheck "Lock the Toolbars" and then try again.
 

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Oh ok, thanks! That solved my problem. I didn't realize that Internet Explorer even had a feature to lock the toolbars. When, I unlocked the toolbars, I was able to move them and resize them. Thank you very much for the help! I can't believe I didn't already know about that!
 
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