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Automatic completion of data entry fields
The AutoComplete feature in Internet Explorer remembers texts and other values that you enter in web pages and then offers selected items as possible input for fields on other web pages. As you type information into a field, Internet Explorer compares the characters you type with the stored values and displays any entries that match. If the list contains the information you have started typing, you can select it from the list. If not, simply continue typing as normal.
This feature is turned off in the interviewing program, but you can switch it on or off by placing the following statement in the page template:
<mrData AutoComplete='value'/>
Either True or False.
For further information about AutoComplete, see the Internet Explorer help.