Password Entering.

  Meshuga 11:49 17 Feb 2005
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I have two lengthy passwords to enter into a form on screen. This has to be done each time I need to get in and can be frequent. It has to be done in a sequence,First one and then the second. Is there any way I can create 2 icons on desktop so that I can drag and drop them into the box where I would otherwise have to type them. Just thinking of saving a little time and effort. Hope it`s possible.

  wee eddie 12:10 17 Feb 2005

A Password is to stop others entering.

If you could just drag and drop, then so could an unwelcome third party

  Meshuga 14:14 17 Feb 2005

Thanks wee eddie, appreciate your point but since I live alone there would not be any unwelcome third party in my house. Merely trying to save a bit of typing.

  FelixTCat 14:23 17 Feb 2005

Put the passwords in a Word document and password protect it.

If you're really not bothered about security, put them in a text document on the desktop and cut and paste.

  Yoda Knight 14:24 17 Feb 2005

u could put them in a text file and then copy (CTRL+C) them and paste them (CTRL+V) onto the form.

  Yoda Knight 14:24 17 Feb 2005

Great minds think alike.... ;)

  FelixTCat 14:32 17 Feb 2005

Yoda Knight,

Who would that be, then? :)

  Meshuga 15:02 17 Feb 2005

Thanks to everyone. Will tick resolved. Regards.

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