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waynf

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I am wondering if there is a way to clear out search listings.  When I open my home page which includes 'Search the Web", and "Pocket List" and frequent visited sites.  If I type the letter "A" or a word that starts with "A" I get a dropdown list of words that pertainto past searches.  Is there any way to delete the listing so I can start fresh using Firefox?


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Click on the three horizontal bars in the upper right of Firefox.  Select Options then Privacy and Security then scroll down to History.  Clear History.    I think that will do what you want.


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There are no triple dots appearing in upper left on my Windows 7 Home Premium


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Sorry for the typo.  Should say upper right.


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thanks


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It's a home page or starting page?


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