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wadeb_21

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I was wondering if someone could tell me what settings I need to enable in Internet Exploere so when I go to website that I have to put a password in it will automatically remember my username and password. Thanks in Advance.
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macko01

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Which I.E are u using ?
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I.E. 7
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O.K,
1. go to top right hand corner select tools
2. Then go down to internet options
3. go to the content tab
4. Select auto complete
5. mark the box Username & Passwords
6. also mark the box prompt me to save passwords.

GOOD LUCK !!
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O.K,
1. go to top right hand corner select tools
2. Then go down to internet options
3. go to the content tab
4. Select auto complete
5. mark the box Username & Passwords
6. also mark the box prompt me to save passwords.

GOOD LUCK !!
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macko01

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O.K,
1. go to top right hand corner select tools
2. Then go down to internet options
3. go to the content tab
4. Select auto complete
5. mark the box Username & Passwords
6. also mark the box prompt me to save passwords.

GOOD LUCK !!
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macko01

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O.K,
1. go to top right hand corner select tools
2. Then go down to internet options
3. go to the content tab
4. Select auto complete
5. mark the box Username & Passwords
6. also mark the box prompt me to save passwords.

GOOD LUCK !!
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macko01

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O.K,
1. go to top right hand corner select tools
2. Then go down to internet options
3. go to the content tab
4. Select auto complete
5. mark the box Username & Passwords
6. also mark the box prompt me to save passwords.

GOOD LUCK !!
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macko01

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sorry about that preesed the wrong button lol !
Please reply if this Works
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Alright I am going to tools, interenet options, and when I click internet options a screen pops up but then it disapears before I can even see whats on it. Do you have any idea why it would do that? Thank you.
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Alright I am going to tools, interenet options, and when I click internet options a screen pops up but then it disapears before I can even see whats on it. Do you have any idea why it would do that? Thank you.


I have no idea sorry !
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Same thing go into tool, Internet Options, Go into advanced click reset.

This will reset IE to Default.
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Actually I can't even get into the internet options. like I said I go to tools then click internet options and a screen pops up but then it goes right away so I can't even get into internet options. Do you happen to know what might be causing this? Thanks
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I apologize sometimes I am so used to some answers I just automaticly give them sometimes.

Go into ad remove programs and when you see windows internet explore 7 go ahead and uninstall it then run a microsoft update to go back to internet explorer 6 then run updates to get IE7 back That is after you have uninstalled Updates that were preformed on IE7 to view them check view updates in add remove programs.

Edited by tuxmaster, 23 May 2007 - 10:29 PM.

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