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I'm just a beginer on the net, so please be patient. On the top of my screen I have an address bar, then under that I have File Edit View Favorites Tools Help and under that I have Yahoo Lexmark Print now , and under that I have an address bar labeled Need2Find, how do I remove all the addresses in that bar?
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Hi Coachcommander
Welcome To Geeks To Go we start off as beginner's i Assume you mean your History Bar if so this is How to Clear it Go into Toolbar Settings and put a Tick in the Box Marked Clear History Trail and Save and Close if thats not what you want post back and let me know Good Luck

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looks like you're asking how to remove some extra tool bars from internet explorer...if you just don't want to see these contraptions any more...right click on any grey area in one of those address bars...you should now see a list with all those bars names there...with checkmarks...uncheck the ones you don't want to see....if you really want to get rid of them go to start > settings > control panel > add/remove programs and uninstall the ones you don't want
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