Fill in forms automatically

  Survey Surfer 15:32 20 May 04

I am taking online surveys and focus groups, can anyone suggest a program that will fill in forms automatically?

  Diodorus Siculus 16:00 20 May 04

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AI RoboForm
(Freeware) (last available uncrippled version)
OS: Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP
Languages: English, French, German, Russian
Description: AI RoboForm is a push-button web form filler with some serious Artificial Intelligence (AI) inside. It allows you to define your personal profile or "usual" responses to a web form. This information is then saved, and when you need to fill a form, just click "Fill Forms" button, and form is filled out. AI RoboForm is fully client-based, so it is very fast, it never disables web site functions, and it works even in pop-up HTML windows. The most important feature of AI RoboForm is high accuracy - it fills 95% of all fields correctly. The RoboForm will also save (and assist in managing) your passwords. The program integrates with Internet Explorer versions 4 to 6, any browser based on IE (AOL, MSN, NetCaptor, NeoPlanet, etc), and with Netscape 7/ Mozilla. AI RoboForm can fill forms in English (US and UK), Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. NOTES: The Liteware version is freeware for personal use. Liteware versions limit the number of Passcards. Identities, Tab Instances in Identities and Custom Fields in Identity.
Author: -- Company: Siber Systems
Home Page (Use the link below to download the uncrippled version):
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download v 4.6.8 (AiRoboForm-4-6-8.exe) (740 KB)
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(desc. rev.: 2004-03-03)

  Survey Surfer 16:16 20 May 04

Thanks for the response
Roboform would seem to be just the job

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