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Internet Explorer 8 - Developer Toolbar hidden

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How do you get the developer toolbar back in view?  When pressing F12 you can see the outer edges of Internet Explorer get highlighted like the developer window is merged with it.
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Try pressing Alt-Tab to see if Windows will switch the focus to the Developer Tools.
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Or you could go to the bottom right corner of the IE window and drag it in until you can click on the Developer Tools.
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