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Stickyfinger
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Quick question,

How the heck do you clear the list of Vin numbers from the drop down box ?

I have many inputs now and I am sick of scrolling through them all (looked up lots for other people) as I have a load of cars entered.

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Dont they go when you clear your cache cookies history etc on the browser. Mine did !

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I think that's right. It's the PC that's remembering these (like auto form-fill), not Serv.Cit.
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Will try that....cheers

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Nope...still there

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You need to go into your settings and clear the auto - fill contents..

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I did....

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Try highlighting one and pressing shift+delete. It should disappear from the autocomplete list.

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I'm guessing that you are using IE.

Open Internet Explorer.
Click Tools Internet explorer tools icon in the upper right-hand corner.
Select Internet Options from the dropdown menu.
Under the Content tab, in the Autocomplete section, click the Settings button.
Within this window you can select the fields in which you'd like to store Autocomplete data by using the checkboxes.
Once you've made your selections, click the Delete Autocomplete history... button.
Check the boxes for areas whose history you'd like to clear then click Delete.


If you're using Chrome or Firefox
Open Chrome.
Click inside the form field containing the entry you want to delete.
Press the Down Arrow Key until the entry is Highlighted.
Press the Delete key. If the entry is not removed, press Shift+Delete.
Repeat as needed.
Deleting All Autocomplete and Autofill Data
Open the Chrome browser.
Press Ctrl+Shift+Del to bring up the Clear browsing data window.
Make sure only the box next to Autofill form data is checked.
Click the Clear browsing data button.


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Press Ctrl+Shift+Del worked on each entry

cheers chaps