Here's another source for moving the IE7 menu bar above the address bar.
Together with the Quero toolbar, this gives you complete control over the
configuration of the top of your IE7 page.
"bobster" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I second the recommendation for using the Quero toolbar to regain IE6-like
control over the address bar, toolbars and button locations. You can
relocate the buttons and remove or shorten the address bar to your liking.
You can also move the IE7 menu bar to the top of the page using the
I've been using Quero and the menu bar tweak for several months with no
problems and like it very much. I now need only two lines, including tabs,
at the top of my screen. Very simple and cool!
"rob^_^" <email@example.com> wrote in message
There is an Addon toolbar that will do this for you http://www.quero.at
replaces the IE7 Address bar with a customizable toolbar).
If you start IE in Kiosk mode, no toolbars are displayed (Start>Run -
"pufnstuff" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Newbie to Vista. Can "Address Bar" in Windows Explorer
> be disabled or removed? Tx for any info.