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It's very easy to loss parts of your screen with Internet Explorer. There are many ways to change the format of the screen, and you can do some of them by accident and not even realise what you have done..

The first place to try is 'View' (top left of the screen). Click on View, then Toolbars, which will give you a drop-down menu. Clicking on these will remove or bring back various parts of the screen. If you cannot see 'View', then right click on the grey bars at the top of the screen until you see 'Menu Bar', then click on it. Please don't change the look of any computer which you share with other people. It's not fair on them!

If this doesn't work, try moving the mouse to between the top of the webpage and the bars at the top of the screen. When the mouse becomes a double-headed arrow, you can click-and-drag it up (to remove some of the bars) or down (to bring them back if you lost them). You can also try doing the same at the far left of the screen, or anywhere else where you see the double-headed arrow. Please do be careful about using click-and-drag in this way. It is probably how you messed the screen up in the first place, and you may make things worse!

If the bottom bar is up the side of the screen instead of where it should be, point to it with the mouse, and click-and-drag it to its correct place.

If you go into the Control Panel of your computer, there are a lot of ways to change things, but please be very careful. Only change one thing at a time, and if you don't like it, or your computer no longer works the way you expect, change it back!
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