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Autofillmethod

PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 9:57 pm
by ezeekart

How add the autofill method in Chrome?

Regards,
Ezeekart Team,

Re: Autofillmethod

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 5:24 pm
by Andrew
Enable or disable AutoFill, or add a new profile
  • Click Toolbar's wrench wrench icon.
  • On the AutoFill tab, select (or deselect) the 'AutoFill' AutoFill checkbox.
  • Click the Add new profile link to create a new profile.
  • Click Save.

How to use Autofill

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 5:25 pm
by Andrew
  • Your address information is stored in Google Chrome. The first time you fill out a form, Google Chrome automatically saves the contact information that you enter, like your name, address, phone number, or email address, as an Autofill entry. You can store multiple addresses as separate entries.
  • Credit card information can also be securely stored. The browser can save your credit card information, with your explicit permission. When you enter credit card information on a form, Google Chrome asks you at the top of the page whether you'd like to save the information. Click Save info if you'd like the credit card to be saved as an Autofill entry.
  • It takes just one click to fill out a form. When you start filling out a form, the Autofill entries that match what you're typing appear in a menu. Select an entry to automatically complete the form with information from the entry.
  • Google Chrome also saves the text you've typed in specific form fields. The next time you fill out the same field, text that you've typed in the past appears in a menu. Just select the text you want to use from the menu to insert it directly into the field.
  • Preview a form before you fill it out. To see how Google Chrome will complete a form before it actually fills it out, hover over an Autofill entry in the menu with your mouse. The fields that can be automatically completed are highlighted in yellow.