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Old June 21st 04, 04:50 AM
Trish
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How do i delet the addresses in the drop down window?
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Old June 21st 04, 09:35 AM
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In what application? Windows Explorer? Internet Explorer?


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How do i delete the addresses in the drop down window?
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Old June 21st 04, 06:58 PM
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If it is IE? Right click on IE icon on desktop,Select
properties. At the bottom of General page is "Clear
History" button. Click that. Now if you don't ever want
the thing to collect addresses. Set the "Days to pages in
History" to "0" zero. Now click on "content" tab. Click on
"Auto Complete" button. Where it says"Use AutoComplete
for". Uncheck all the windows and click on both"Clear"
buttons at bottom and then OK out.
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