First, open the registry editor and browse to HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\WebBrowser. Create a new DWORD value named ITBAR7Position. Double click the new value and give it a value of 1. If you open IE7, the bar should be back in its classic position. If you really want to ease the deployment of IE7 for your users, you can deploy this for your entire network
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