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chewie1012

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How do I turn off the memorized fill in blanks in internet explorer 6. When I go to google it remembers the last entries in the search area.
 

TonyKlein

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Hi,

Toos/Internet Options/Content/Autocomplete/Clear Forms.

Good luck,
 

TonyKlein

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Those need to be removed in Regedit:

Go to Start/Run/Regedit, and delete what you wish in the right pane of HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Doc Find Spec MRU

Good luck,
 

chewie1012

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Thank you for your help. I didn't try the regedit. I looked but didn't see how to do it. I was just wondering if it was as easy to do as the internet auto complete.
 

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Tony, where did they move them (Doc Find Spec MRU is not in the 2000 registry) in 2000?
 

TonyKlein

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Hi Brooks,

No idea. I don't know much about Win2K, I'm afraid.
However, I would expect this key to be there in Windows 2000 as well.

Have you tried searching Regedit by typing Doc Find Spec MRU in the 'search' box?
 

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I did a search with two different registry editors (I have an aftermarket advanced editor for 2000). It must be called something different in 2000. I will find it eventually.

Thanks.
 
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