Question by  AI (23)

How do you activate auto-fill so that your computer will complete common words for you when typing on the internet with Firefox?

I would like to use the auto-fill function in Firefox.


Answer by  amary5 (78)

Go to Tools and then select options. In there go to privacy and click the box next to remember search and form history. Then click ok so that the setting is remembered.


Answer by  vikkyrs (377)

I think you specify about the aouto-fill of forms in firefox. To enable this function you may download and install a plug-in named autofill.


Answer by  anoop (8)

Firefox has a rudimentary autocomplete function, but if you want a true Autofill function you need to install an Addon. There is an Auto Fill button for your Google toolbar.


Answer by  RepairItMan (419)

Click the 'Tools' menu, then 'Options... '. Click 'Security' tab, and check 'Save Passwords'. If you want to fill other words, you may need an add-in for FireFox.


Answer by  RandomDan (489)

Click on the 'options' menu, then click 'Privacy'. Make sure that 'Remember History' or 'use custom settings for history' is enable. If using customer settings, make sure that 'remember search and form history' is enabled. You could alternatively use one of the many various AutoFill add ons that are available.


Answer by  hegde (161)

Start firefox, type about:config on the address bar. Type autofill in the filter area. Right click on the line browser. urlbar. autoFill and select Toggle.

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