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This is a very fundamental question for IE.

I'd like to know how to "refresh" (delete) memorized words from certain IE fields in my browser.   For instance, when bringing up my ISP's webmail site, it has memorized my username... which is good.   However, I must have hit the ENTER key once too early, so it also retains the first letter from my username.

Example:
- my webmail's username is: "ExpertsExchange02"
- when bringing up the webmail, it shows "E" and "ExpertsExchange02"

So, I'd like to refresh the field in order to get rid of the "E".   How do I do that?

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Try highlighting the wrong entry on the drop down menu and hit the DEL key.

That should take care of that.

Zee
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Wow... that simple... I thought it was stored somewhere else.

Thanks!
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;-)

You're welcome.

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