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Can I have TWO lines of favs in IE?

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In Internet Explorer 8.0 I have part of one line for my favorites. I drag the icon down from the address line and then I have the shortcut. Is there a way to have TWO lines of icons? One line, even abbreviated names is too short for my needs. I'd rather have two lines instead of utilizing the right arrow to see items that are off my screen.
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truromeo4juliet earned 500 total points
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As far as I've seen, no. That's an interesting dilemna you have; is there a reason for not utilizing the favorites bar on the left? Just resizing it to your needs? Most PC's have wide screens now, hence it's placement can be utilitized without hampering too much of the screen real estate while surfing...
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The obvious eluded me! I think you knew that...THANKS!!
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