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I removed the Address and Tool bars, and lost the option (right-click) to add them. How do I restore these?

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I right-clicked the Tool Bar, then "un-ticked" the option to show the Tool Bar and the Address Bar. Afterward, when I right-clicked to restore both bars, the option to do so no longer appeared upon right-clicking. I even removed Firefox and reinstalled it. That did not fix the problem. I want these bars back on my window. What can I do to restore them?

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Firefox 3.6+ versions have a feature to allow the user to hide the Menu bar.

Hit the Alt key to temporarily show the Menu bar, then open View > Toolbars and select Menu bar, so it has a check-mark.
The F10 can also be used on most PC's to temporarily reveal the Menu bar.

https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Menu+bar+is+missing

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Firefox 3.6+ versions have a feature to allow the user to hide the Menu bar.

Hit the Alt key to temporarily show the Menu bar, then open View > Toolbars and select Menu bar, so it has a check-mark.
The F10 can also be used on most PC's to temporarily reveal the Menu bar.

https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Menu+bar+is+missing

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Thank you. (That was easy!)

You don't know how many "Cntrl+/Alt+" combinations I tried in order to reveal the Menu Bar. If only I had held down that "Alt" key just a little longer...

Thank you for your help :)

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You're welcome.