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catki86226

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Hope this is in the right place.

I used to have notepad on my toolbar and it was pretty handy. I had a new HD installed and when Windows XP was reinstalled, I now have Word on my toolbar.

Is there a way to install notepad or wordpad in the toolbar instead of Word. I found notepad really handy in the toolbar to copy addy's or to cut & pase bits of articles.

Thank you!

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gerryf

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you can do it in Windows XP Professional fairly easily by using Windows Group Policy.

Here is a little walk through

http://www.windowsde...ie_buttons.html
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Thank you so much!
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