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Internet explorer and google search bar

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I have just noticed that I had no more goolge search bar ( the small bar at the top of my IE where you enter the topic) I use this all the time. It is normaly on the right hand side. As I looked around trying to figure out what is going on I noticed it was moved over to the left hand side. I have no idea what has happened or why it did this???
Any ideas??? It isn't a problem but I don't like the idea that it moved an I wasn't the one to (knowingly)move it?
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grab the small bar at the front (looks like a column of dots) and drag it to where you want it.

You likely grabbed it and moved it by accident

If it will not move, go to VIEW > TOOLBARS, and uncheck LOCK TOOLBARS

After you have it all where you want it, choose VIEW TOOLBARS and check the lock toolbars button
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