How to Hide and Restore the Title on a Toolbar

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NOTE: The information in this article applies to Internet Explorer 5 users only if the Windows Desktop Update component is installed. This component is installed with Windows 98 or can be installed with Internet Explorer 4. For information about adding or removing the Windows Desktop Update component, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
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Summary

You can remove and restore the title of the Desktop toolbar, the Quick Launch toolbar, or any custom toolbar. You can also remove and restore the title of the Address and Links toolbars in Windows 98.

This article describes how to remove and restore a toolbar's title in Internet Explorer.

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To remove a toolbar's title, use the appropriate method:

Internet Explorer 4.0

  1. Press down and hold the SHIFT key while you right-click the toolbar's title.
  2. Click the Show Title command on the menu that appears to remove the check mark.

Internet Explorer 4.01, 5, and Windows 98

  1. Right-click the toolbar's title.
  2. Click the Show Title command on the menu that appears to remove the check mark.
To restore a toolbar's title, use the steps outlined above, but in step 1 Right-click the toolbar's gripper (because the title is not visible).

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Article ID: 165957 - Last Review: June 22, 2014 - Revision: 6.0
Applies to
  • Microsoft Windows 98 Standard Edition
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