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Auto Fill Editable???

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by motofabio, Sep 11, 2003.

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  1. motofabio

    motofabio Thread Starter

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    Win XP, iE 6.0. You know that white drop down list that comes up when you have a field to be filled (like in the search field on eBay)? I was wondering if there was a way to either edit that list or completely clear it.

    I tried deleting my history, deleting my cookies, clearing the cash and none of that effects these lists. But this info must be stored somewhere.

    Any help is always appreciated. I know you guys won't let me down, you haven't yet!

    Thanks!
     
  2. panzer999

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    In IE, click Tools>Internet Options>Content>Auto Complete. You'll see where you can clear the entries.
     
  3. motofabio

    motofabio Thread Starter

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    Ha ha! I knew it was something simple. Thanks, panzer999!
     
  4. panzer999

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    No Problem! :)
     
  5. Wet Chicken

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    You can also edit them by clicking on them and then deleting just the ones you don't need.
     
  6. motofabio

    motofabio Thread Starter

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    Wet Chicken, that is ideally what I would like to do, but... no dice. That doesn't work for me. If you are sure that it can be done, please post exactly how you do it. Right, left, click, etc. Thanks!
     
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