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How do I delete info in drop down boxes

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by ladybearbc, Mar 31, 2008.

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  1. ladybearbc

    ladybearbc Thread Starter

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    I think this is probably in the wrong section - but didn't really know where to post it.

    When I log in to a variety of sites and programs - and fill in forms - many times the box will drop down and there are answers I have provided on past forms.

    I am pretty sure I don't want this info showing up all the time.

    How do I delete it?

    I understand some of it is because I occassionally click 'remember me' for some of the sites. But there are others that I do not

    Any suggestions would be great

    Thank you
     
  2. bkdc

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    You may get a better response if you let us know what browser you are using. :confused:

    Assuming that you are using IE-7:
    Click TOOLS
    Click DELETE BROWSER HISTORY
    Click the FORM DATA button
     
  3. ladybearbc

    ladybearbc Thread Starter

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    Oh - I am so sorry - yes - I am using IE 7 (not sure of the number - but definitely IE)

    I have windows XP

    I tried your suggestion - and that seems to have worked for some - will check on a couple of others and see what happens there.

    Thank you so much
     
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