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HOme Page List in Internet Options

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Lost Smiley, Sep 15, 2003.

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  1. Lost Smiley

    Lost Smiley Thread Starter

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    Can anyone tell me how I can delete the list under home page in Internet Options. I use MSN as my home page---but there are like 10 of them in a drop down under MSN. I didnt put them there and have no idea how they got there---but cant seem to get rid of them either. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. panzer999

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    Right-click on them and select Delete?
     
  3. Lost Smiley

    Lost Smiley Thread Starter

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    Thx panzer----tried that--doesnt work---when right clicking on list nothing happens. Seems like sites ive visited are being stored here--almost like its my history list. Not everywhere I visit ... only maybe 50% of sites. List keeps growing though. Has me confused. Thx for the idea though---if you think anything else might help please let me know.
     
  4. panzer999

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    In IE, click Tools>Internet Options>Content, then click on Auto Complete and you can clear it.

    It is just doing the same thing that it does when you type in a web address in the address bar :)

    [EDIT] Clear History also :) [/EDIT]
     
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