Editing passwords in google

joodyanne

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On my desktopo - I accidentally saved a password I don't want saved. I've looked up how to delete it, and they all say to go to the 3 bars on right hand side, choose settings menu option, click show advanced settings and so on.

But I don't have "settings" in the drop down menu, and no tool bar, so how do I remove the offending passwords?

Judy
 

MrNiemo

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If you go to the site that it saved the incorrect password on. Log out and log back in with the correct password. It should detect that you didn't use the saved password and prompt you to "update your password for this site". Should work.
 

Robert Pankiw

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I selected dudio's reply as the solution. I checked that it works, and it is fine. OP if you need any more help let us know.

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joodyanne

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Uhmm sorry - I am using Mozilla firefox, and clicking on chrome://settings/passwords does not help me because
I still dont have this option
On your computer, open Chrome.
At the top right, click More Settings.
At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
Under "Passwords and forms," click Manage passwords. ...
In the "Saved passwords" section, select the website and click Delete .
Click Done.

I chose to do it Mr Niemo's way, and it worked, I have now clicked on "never for this site"

However, I would still like to see all the passwords that have been saved.
 

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