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Creating a customized toolbar for Netscape and IE

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I need to know how, or find someone who can, create a customized toolbar in IE4, IE5, and  Netscape that will work based on very specific specifications, and that will reside in the browser much like the Yahoo! Companion toolbar or the quiver toolbar located at www.quiver.com.

I am either looking for info on where to go (who to go to, how to contact them) or info on how to do this myself.
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You can use Browser Helper Objects(BHO) to implement toolbar for IE 4.0 and IE 5.0. BHO is inproc COM server.
There is a huge artical on BHO in MSDN, just look for "Browser Helper Objects".
If you can not find it, then I can email it to you.
You also can take a look at "Q179230
" artical in MSDN KB
You can take a look at plug-ins in Netscape to implement toolbar
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