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I have a Toshiba Laptop running Win7 Home Edition.

I automatically log on to Facebook with email and password. Life has taken a huge change in America and we are moving to another state for a job. Unfortunately, when I set up FB I used my comcast address for the log in. I have since changed that to my gmail account; however it automatically comes up as the comcast addy...How do I change it so then when I log in, it automatically shows my gmail? I am presuming this is stored in Win 7 somewhere. Much appreciated!
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Go to your facebook page. In the address at the top, after the "www.facebook.com/" type in settings and hit the enter key. There you can edit the email address.

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Thank you. It's not working.
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You also need to delete all the saved passwords in your browser. if your using firefox you can delete the facebook password by itself in the security-options-options window.

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Brilliant! Thank you so very much SRX660. I love learning new things and this was a good thing! :)
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