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Posted on 2000-03-25
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I'm using Win2k and it's updated.  Since when i acces my favorites in Explorer 5.0.  They Don't show All the way down.  I have to whait until the menu expands to be able to see them all and i find this very frustrating.  I looked in the option but can't seem to put my finger on it.
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Adam Leinss earned 50 total points
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Try Tools>Internet Options>Advanced.  Uncheck "Use Personalized Favorites Menu".  Shut down IE and bring it back up.  That should fix it.
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Thanks it work, got rid of that anoying menu.  Here are you're points.

Corvax :-)
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