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How change items in auto fillin feature?

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by bobkatbf, Jul 4, 2007.

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  1. bobkatbf

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    How do I change & delete items in my automatic fillin feature in WORD ??
    I like to use it when I filling out forms online & my address etc. will pop up.
     
  2. jimr381

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    Are you referring to the autotext feature in word which will automatically fill in text for you? If you are looking for an online form filler then try roboform.
     
  3. bobkatbf

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    I'm referring to autotext feature in word .
     
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    "Insert">>"AutoText">>"Autotext..." will allow you to edit and/or delete your autotext entries.
     
  5. bobkatbf

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    Can I delete all items in my auto text & start over fresh ?
     
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    If you like, but I like a lot of what is in there.
     
  7. bobkatbf

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    How do I delete aii ??
     
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    I probably would not recommend it, but you could delete your normal.dot file and it all the autotext entries should be deleted as well.
     
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