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pdcagirl

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Have worked for months now trying to find a way to delete the errors made when one signs in and then the errors are displayed in the drop down menu forever!

Is there no way to erase them! Pain in the neck when in a hurry and one tries to click on your name/password and with several in the dropdown menu, you often hit the wrong one and then have to start over again.

Sure would like to find a way to erase, delete, do away with same or does one have to blow up your PC to elimiate the little devils?
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wannabe1

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Hello pdcagirl...

Try deleting your browsing history from Internet Options (General tab). You'll have to do all your passwords again, so don't make any mistakes. :)

Another way you might accomplish the same thing is to delete the Auto Complete History. This is also found in Internet Options, but under the Content tab (click the Settings button...then the Delete AutoComplete History button.

Internet Options can be accessed through the Control Panel or the Tools menu in Internet Explorer.

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Edited by wannabe1, 11 July 2010 - 04:56 PM.

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pdcagirl

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Old Reliable - well maybe not old but certainly reliable. Can always depend upon you to steer me right :) Thank you so very much.
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My pleasure... :)
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