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Q: auto text insert on web pages ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: auto text insert on web pages
Category: Computers > Internet
Asked by: vinnie8-ga
List Price: $3.00
Posted: 24 Aug 2005 01:11 PDT
Expires: 23 Sep 2005 01:11 PDT
Question ID: 559604
how can I quickly insert regularly used text ?(my email address or
full name for example). I know I can do this in applications such as
word and excel, but I would like to be able to do it on various sites
on the web.
Subject: Re: auto text insert on web pages
Answered By: landog-ga on 24 Aug 2005 01:59 PDT
Thanks for the question.

With the free Google Toolbar you can Automatically fill out forms on webpages:
"AutoFill: Tired of typing in your address and credit card information
every time you shop online? AutoFill makes shopping a breeze by
enabling you to fill out web forms with a single click. Just enter
your info once in the Toolbar's Options dialog box and you're ready
for an online shopping spree. (Note: your credit card info stays

The info that you can have Google Toolbar insert into webpages is:
- Name
- Email Address
- Primary and/or Alternative (home) Addresses
- Credit card information (password protected).

See here for all information regarding the Google Toolbar:

For an animated demonstration, go here:

An alternative for Google toolbar is RoboForm:
Some of the feartures: 
- FREE. No Adware! No Spyware! (there is also a PRO version that costs 29.95usd)
- Memorizes your passwords and Logs You In automatically. 
- Fills long registration and checkout forms with one click. 
- Encrypts your passwords to achieve complete security.  
- Generates random passwords that hackers cannot guess. 
- Backs up your passwords, Copies them between computers.  
- Synchronizes passwords between computers using GoodSync. 
- Searches for keywords in your passwords, notes and Internet. 
- Portable: Pass2Go RF runs from USB key, no install needed. 
- PDA-friendly: sync your passwords to Pocket PC and Palm. 
- Neutral: works with Internet Explorer, AOL/MSN, Firefox

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