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How Do I Turn On Autoinsert/complete?

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#1 El_Kabong


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Posted 13 July 2006 - 01:08 PM

i had to reinstall windows on the computer and now on my account it no longer uses the autoinsert option but it does on my g/f's account. i went into the advanced settings and checked use advanced autocomplete but it still doesn't work.

i'm talking about like when i log into places it doesn't save the usernames or email addresses or on google

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 01:59 PM

The AutoComplete feature can be enabled / disabled by modifying a preference in Internet Explorer. Here's how to change the setting with IE6:
Start Internet Explorer

Click Tools > Internet Options

Click the Content Tab

Click the AutoComplete Button

Ensure that "User names and passwords on forms" and "prompt me to save passwords" both have a check-mark.

Close internet explorer > restart computer

Be (Auto Complete) Safe

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