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Is there a utility to organize usernames and passwords?

Posted By : Jacqueline of Chandler-Gilbert Community College on February 19, 2001

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I did check to see if your web site had this question asked before. I found no answer for Organizing Passwords.

I need some help keeping track of all my user names and passwords. Currently I have a two inch thick file folder holding a printed sheet of each one. When I go to any of my web sites, I have to stop and go through the file to sign in.

I have banking online, credit union, department store online shopping, not to mention Cox and utilities and it seem like thousands, where I subscribe to areas of interest.

I listen every Saturday, and have never heard this question. I try to use the same user name and password, but that doesn't work, some user names are already taken or they want more/less spaces required for each user name and/or password.

Thanks for you help.

Johna Peulecka

Phoenix, Arizona


This question was answered on February 19, 2001. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

If you do not want to use an Office utility, I found one username/password download that is available on the internet I am unsure how efficient this is, but it is a possibility to look into The following is thier free download It appears that they also have a full version that you can purchase Good Luck.

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Posted by Jacqueline of Chandler-Gilbert Community College on February 19, 2001

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