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Autofill on login

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Re: Autofill on login

Your post is blank - if you are using IE9, please place it in Compatability mode and repost your question.

A veteran - whether active duty, retired, national guard, or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made payable to The 'United States of America', for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'

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Re: Autofill on login

To put IE 9 in compatibility for the Comcast Forums:

 

Select 'Compatibility View settings' on the Tools' menu (Command bar)

In the 'Add this website box' enter 'forums.comcast.net' (without the quotes) and press 'Add'

Press 'Close'



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Re: Autofill on login

Thanks.  I did what you said.  My question is - how can I stop autofill when I'm logging onto my Comcast email?

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Re: Autofill on login

Click on Tools then on Internet Options.  Click on the Content tab.  Under Auto Complete, click on Settings.  Now untick the boxes that are ticked & click on OK. Are you clearing your cache of temporary Internet Files & cookies?



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Re: Autofill on login

If youre wanting norton p/w manager not to auto fill then either click cards and logins and log it off first or for a more permanant setting open noroton word on toolbar (or go long way into norton console) and remove that log in from list.

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Re: Autofill on login

tvaholic7,

Thank you for taking the time to post this information for the OP!

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