Can't Turn Off AutoComplete for Forms


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M and D

[IE 7 on Windows XP]

I do not use AutoComplete. Here's my problem: When I go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Content -> AutoComplete Settings there is no checkmark next to "Web addresses" and "User names and passwords of forms". However, there IS a checkmark next to "Forms" and it's greyed-out so I cannot remove the checkmark.

How do I remove the checkmark next to Forms? Thanks for your help.

M and D
 
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TaurArian [MS-MVP]

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[IE 7 on Windows XP]

I do not use AutoComplete. Here's my problem: When I go to Tools -> Internet Options ->
Content -> AutoComplete Settings there is no checkmark next to "Web addresses" and "User
names and passwords of forms". However, there IS a checkmark next to "Forms" and it's
greyed-out so I cannot remove the checkmark.

How do I remove the checkmark next to Forms? Thanks for your help.

M and D
 
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Goobus

M and D wrote on 07/25/2007 00:40 ET :
[IE 7 on Windows XP]

I do not use AutoComplete. Here's my problem: When I go to Tools -> Internet
Options -> Content -> AutoComplete Settings there is no checkmark next to
"Web addresses" and "User names and passwords of forms".
However, there IS a checkmark next to "Forms" and it's greyed-out so
I cannot remove the checkmark.

How do I remove the checkmark next to Forms? Thanks for your help.

M and D
Hi M and D,
I have this same problem. Did you ever find an answer?
Todd
HoopleHead: Do you think the OP is coming back to read your reply to a
post he/she made in 2007? Learn how to use a newsgroup.
 

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