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Thereferee21
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If I want to save things like name, address, camera settings and the like should i place a tick in the saved form information box?

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Ian

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KRONOS the First

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Could you explain a little more as I am a tad confused by your question.

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Thereferee21

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I have a program that i use a lot for Bird photography that i place settings, like place the photo was taken, shutter speed, habitat and date the photo was taken.

If i use the same place and camera settings it would save me retyping everything for each photo. I used to be able to type the first letter for arguments sake and the word would appear.

I hope this helps.

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Ian

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Yes if you are using a standard form for your information.

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KRONOS the First

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and the Ccleaner connection? Sorry if I am a bit slow.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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CCleaner cleans form history (unless unticked) which means retyping data after a clean

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KRONOS the First

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Ah thanks Fruit Bat

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john bunyan

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In CCleaner, in the application tab, untick the box against your programme.(if it is shown)

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