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help deleting an auto-fill entry from gmail (using Chrome)

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I have old and broken email addresses that keep populating the drop-down fields when I start typing in the TO field.  I've read many articles for help, but none of them work for me.  Mostly the suggestions are to start typing, then up/down arrow to the entry I want to delete, then hit delete, or shift-delete, or ctrl-delete, or ctrl-shift-delete, or to click on the entry first and then hit any of those key options.  None of them have any effect.  I can't find the strings in regedit either.

I've also hit the options:
chrome://settings/personal
chrome://settings/advanced

But no place to find a particular entry and delete it.  I don't want to wipe all my entries, just the ones that are broken.

Thanks for any help-
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What a tremendous relief!!

A couple of them don't show up in the list, but searching for them brought them up.

Thanks a million!
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You're welcome, your question made me find it for myself.

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