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OS 10.5 - Lock toolbar items throughout system?


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I am wondering if anyone knows a way to lock all toolbar items throughout the system. The reason why I want to do this is because my fiance's parents are not very computer savvy, and somehow they keep accidentally removing the back/forward buttons from their safari toolbar. I have shown them how to get them back, but I guess they don't remember, because every time I come over here they are gone again. This causes them some frustration, and me too as I can't find a way to prevent them from being removed. Any help would be much appreciated!
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make a new user account... so if they mess something up, they are not messing up your stuff.

password protect your login also so no one can get to it.
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The computer is not mine, it is their computer at their house. I am just trying to make things easier for them.
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