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Unfortunately, no there isn't
you could just print screen if it's one pass word you want. or buy a little black book and write then into that.!
jarrycanada wrote:you could just print screen if it's one pass word you want. or buy a little black book and write then into that.!
Your talking about Idenity safe right?
YOU cold cut and paste, them into word,
using ctrl c to copy an ctrl v to paste. try that. it will take some time. but when your done besure to delete the file you paste them into
word after youve printed it.
mdturner I was being serious, I have a little black book I write useless passwords into, but it becomes like the ring in Lord of the rings. keep it safe, keep it hidden.
Strangely enough, the Identity Safe information can be exported to a comma delimited file if your Norton Product has expired!
Check this link.
hi pail, strangely enough is rightly said. any idea what formats it will save that file too?
anyway good to know. I'll have to save this message and hope I find it in the future.
Right on phil i will remember that. So i take it the only way to export the passwords is if the subscription expires then?
I will use jarrycanadas idea for now. thx
When i downloaded the new fire fox until i got the hotfix for the norton toolbar i was totally lost. I have growen quite fond of the norton toolbar especially the logins and passwords makes things soooo much easier. But without it I cant get to anything because i dont remember any of the passwords. Its like phone numbers. Ever since the cell phone came out i havent remebered one phone number!! The only ones i have memorized are the ones i knew before the cell phone. hahaha
thx again everyone
You can try, but Norton will at some point block you and tell you that your subscription has not yet run out. I know this from experience. I've tried.
You can also use a password manager program on your PC to securely store your passwords -- just remember to backup the file in case of hard disk crash. I use one along with Identity Safe. It stores all my passwords so I don't have to remember them. Some of the more popular ones I have heard about are Keepass (http://keepass.info/), Any Password (http://www.anypassword.com/), and RoboForm (http://www.roboform.com/).
Hope this helps.
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