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Browse, Page and Publish button in SharePoint 2010

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Picture of Ribbon in SharePoint...usually only see "Site Actions".How do I keep the Browse, Page and Publish button from showing up on every page.  For some reason today it just started showing up like that.  Any way to resolve this (preferrably easily)?
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Hi kukdai,

I have looked at that particular post before, I could not make heads or tales of it, where as I have no coding or scripting experience.  Can you speak in newbie terms....Would that be changed in a master page via SPD or can I just edit somehting within my SharePoint site from the "Master Pages and Page Layout" section under Galleries.
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