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My Links toolbar won't stay where I put it in IE7. I want it on its own line. I move it to its own line but every time I open IE, it's back on the same line as the menus with just the word "Links" showing. I tried locking the toolbars and that didn't help. I also tried the suggestions here: http://forums.microsoft.com/msdn/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2106271&SiteID=1 and that didn't help. This happened after I removed the beta of IE8, which I removed because some sites did not work properly with it. My OS is Windows XP Pro SP3.
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Hello mauldlouie,

Put Links on the Menu Bar if not there already.  Then hide the Menu Bar. It causes the Links to make its own bar. Then lock the toolbars.

Hope this helps!
war1
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Thanks, that was simple and fixed it.
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mauldlouie, glad my suggestion was helpful.
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wow war1, great solution. i nearly pulled all of my hair out with different reg jack etc to fix this. now hopefully ill remeber your simple solution next time it happens. thanks again.
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