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I have Adobe Acrobat V7.x installed on Windows XP / IE7PC.  Used to have the Typewriter toolbar on IE so that I could edit PDFS from within IE, that toolbar has disappeard somehow and cant get it back.  It is still there if I open up Adobe dirctly, but can't get it inside IE.  Any ideas short of removing and reinstalling the SW?
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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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have you tried checking the toolbar from IE>View>Toolbars?
if its not listed there or checked already, may be the BHO for it was disabled somehow

for IE7, you can goto Tools>Manage Add-Ons>Enable or Disable Add-Ons and then make sure that BHOs for Adobe is enabled
for IE6, goto Tools>Internet Options>Advanced and check Enable Third-Party Browser Extensions and Apply
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by:drgigabyt
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Yes tried the View/Toolbars & Mange Add ons.  The Adobe toolbar is there, but no typewriter option; it's not even grayed out.  It comes up fine if I open up Adobe directly, just not inside IE anymore.
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then im afraid you have to reinstall the application
some required dll for the toolbar must have been removed or being corrupted
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