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Where is the Refresh icon for IE 8?

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Am using IE 8 and have all toolbars displayed. (Menu, Favorites, Command, Status)  However, I don't have an icon for Refresh. As a matter of fact, the only one I have is "Favorites". Don't have icons for History, Home or anything else.

It would be nice to have a refresh icon, so if I have my hand on the mouse already I only need to click on the icon. Instead, I have to manuever the mouse to the menu, view, refresh or else move my hands to the keyboard to the keyboard to hit F5 or Ctrl-R.

How do I get the refresh, home, history or any other icons on my IE window for one click access?
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Its the two green arrows by the address bar..
Alternatively push F5
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