How do i get yahoo to stop remembering my email pass word?

I have never asked yahoo to remember my pass word but it does anyway and I can't get it to stop. I have even tried changing my pass word and at first it continued to remember my old pass word which no longer worked, but then began remembering my new pass word. Help!
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B HCommented:
is this webmail, outlook, outlook express, some other program... or what?
If its webmail, maybe your browser is remembering the password.  

Go to Tools->Internet Options->Content->Auto Complete Section->Settings Button->un-check usernames and passwords on forms->click Delete Auto Complete History button.

That should get rid of any remembered passowords, and not remember it the next time you enter it.

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SpinningJimAuthor Commented:
i'm using internet explorer
B HCommented:
does it have your password already typed in, or does it just log you in without you even entering a username?

kevin's comment above will fix you up in either case
You also need to delete all cookies. Tools -> Internet Options -> Delete Cookies
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