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I cannot see the Firefox Menu Button

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I am running Windows XP 64-bit and have just upgraded to Firefox 4. I do not have the orange Firefox button.

I am running Windows XP 64-bit and have just upgraded to Firefox 4. I do not have the orange Firefox button.

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The new interface is only default on Windows Vista and Windows 7. To get it on Windows XP you need to hide the menu bar. To do that in the View menu select Toolbars, then click on the "Menu Bar" entry.

If you need access to the menus you can press either Alt or F10 to temporarily display them.

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TonyE
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Chosen Solution

The new interface is only default on Windows Vista and Windows 7. To get it on Windows XP you need to hide the menu bar. To do that in the View menu select Toolbars, then click on the "Menu Bar" entry.

If you need access to the menus you can press either Alt or F10 to temporarily display them.

The new interface is only default on Windows Vista and Windows 7. To get it on Windows XP you need to hide the menu bar. To do that in the View menu select Toolbars, then click on the "Menu Bar" entry. If you need access to the menus you can press either Alt or F10 to temporarily display them.

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Thank you so much Tony, it works beautifully.

Thank you so much Tony, it works beautifully.