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Slight Problem in ie9

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The problem I'm having is with the Ctrl F feature(find bar), I can't get it to appear.in ie9. I would try to access it through Edit > Find on this page.

I tried searching on Google and Yahoo for the answer, did the suggestions I thought would help but that bar just won't appear!

P.S. Sorry I didn't have Extras log to display.

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Click Start -> All Programs -> Accessories

Right-click Command Prompt and select “Run as Administrator”

At the command prompt, type the following command; press enter after each command:

regsvr32 oleacc.dll
exit

NOTE: All Internet Explorer windows must be closed, while performing this task.

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Download to the Desktop - ie8-rereg.zip

Unzip ie8-rereg.zip

In the ie8-rereg folder right-click on ie8-rereg.cmd and select "Run As Administrator".

Does that fix the issue?

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I've actually been on iefaq.info and tried it already, it was a script thats also compatible with ie9.

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That script should work just fine with IE9.

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I got good news I was able to get it working. I have seen that page you shown me before too :)

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Glad to hear it.

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