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ie8 ie9 toolbar visibility

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If I knew the correct nomenclature I'm sure I would have been able to find an answer on the net.  I like to have my toolbars exposed at the top of the screen when I open and use ie.  I clicked on something the other day that caused them to disappear, i.e., in order to see them I have to lift my cursor to the top of the screen....a nuisance to me.  What do I do to make them permanent again?
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Did you go full screen? Try F11.
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That easy and I've spent hours searching and trying....even went back to ie8.  Thanks!
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