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> A lifeline for Barry, and a little story:
> "AutoComplete" is what Microsoft calls it (and they do use the
> "intercap"). My boyfriend, who is not a computer geek, recently asked me
> (whispering into the phone from his office) how he could get it to stop,
> as some of the things he'd
> typed in previously were popping up against his will when he entered
> something that started with the same letters. For some reason, it was
> important that these previous entries NOT be resurrected.<g>
> I was able to help my ne'er-do-well beau by finding an article on "Turn
> AutoComplete" in Internet Explorer's online help. Microsoft also uses the
> term throughout their knowledge base web site.