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23-Jan-2008, 10:25 PM #1
Question Solved: Auto-fill in Vista
Hey everyone,

A friend of mine posed a problem to me that she is having. Her friend has Windows Vista Home Premium Edition and her friend insists that there is a way to have Vista auto fill everything (all the way from Internet Explorer to programs, to searches, or whatnot). My friend has searched the net and cannot find an auto fill all option on Vista, and I doubt there is one, but I could be wrong.

I know you can auto fill things in Internet Explorer as well as Office (only certain things in Office, but you can create special instances), anyway, if anyone knows of this auto fill in Vista, please let me know.

I am assuming that if it is an option, it will most likely be a registry value (changing the settings from a 0 to 1 or something).

Thank you!
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24-Jan-2008, 01:18 PM #2
I do not know of any others than the ones you listed.
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Thank you!
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29-Apr-2008, 09:50 AM #4
there is an "auto complete" in internet options, I am not sure how well it works.
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