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Address bar in took tray? Remove it please

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A few months ago I was subscribed to Lynda.com (tutorials). At that time I caused an address bar to be added to my tool tray. Now I want to be rid of it. How do I do that?
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right click on the taskbar>Toolbars menu>uncheck toolbar you do not want to see

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Thank you.
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