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[font=Comic Sans Ms]Just wondering if anyone can help me with my problem.
Is there anyway you can delete usernames and passwords that windows stores when you login to certain sites.
Hope this is understandable.Thanks
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If this isn't what you need, post back.

To clear the AutoComplete Settings, follow the below steps. (from http://www.computerh...s/ch000553.htm)

Open Internet Explorer
Click the Tools menu and then Internet Options.
Within the Internet Options window, click the content tab.
Click the Autocomplete button.
Within this window you can click Clear forms to clear all form data except for passwords and/or click Clear Passwords to clear the passwords. In addition to clearing these fields, if you do not want Internet Explorer to save this data in the future, you may uncheck any of the available boxes in this window.

The article link also shows how to remove saved passwords for Mozilla Firefox and Opera.
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Thats exactly what i wanted thanks heaps.
Hope you have a merry christmas and a fantastic new year
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You're welcome. And have good holiday.
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