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Delete an IE7 favorite bar

Posted on 2009-05-14
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How can I delete an IE7 favorite bar that was added by mistake?
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Question by:ksfok
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GO to favorites, select organize favorites, select which one you wish to delete and select delete
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by:djpazza
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Do you mean a toolbar?  See if its listed in add / remove programs.  To remove it from view right click on the toolbar and untick the toolbar.  To disable the toolbar - tools - manage addons - click toolbars and extensions select the toolbar then hit the disable button.
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ksfok--Yes, "favorite toolbar" is not common terminology in IE7.  (IE8 has one.  It is the old Links Bar.)  
Do you mean the custom icons you can put in the Toolbar by right clicking a blank spot in the Toolbar|Custom Command Bar|Add or Remove Commands?
Or do you mean the link to Favorites in the MenuBar?  
A link from the Links folder which can be placed on the Menu or Toolbar by right clicking on those bars and checking Links?  
Or an individual Favorite (which marine7275 has already covered)?
See this reference http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/community/columns/ie7_toolbar.mspx
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