I'm working on a web application that hides all of the tool bars in IE from
the user. I know there are a number of discussion about not doing this. It's
a third party application that I'm adding fucntionality to through the tool
bars. I can turn the toolbars back on but I get everything the Menubar,
addressbar, standardbuttons bar, and linksbar. I would like to only turn on
the links bar for the user that will have a number of shortcuts on it. I can
also easily turn off the addressbar and the menubar in code but haven't found
a way to remove all the remaining toolbars but the links one. Is there
someplace that I can itterate through to find out what toolbars are installed
in IE and disable them?
What kind of mechanism are you using to do this? Are you automating an
show some example code?
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
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