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Toolbar won't stay locked

Postby Tom » Wed, 03 Sep 2003 08:22:19 GMT

The search function in the toolbar won't stay 'unchecked' 
even when I try to lock the toolbars. I've done the 
toolbar regedit clear procedure but it's not helping. 

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I'm using XP home edition / IE 6.  Recently, something strange has begun 
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