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In Security, clicking on the "Saved Password" button displays your current saved password for each site. It does not allow you to change a password. How would you do that?

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In Security, clicking on the "Saved Password" button displays your current saved password for each site. It only allows you to view and delete site passwords. It does not allow you to change a password. How would you do that?

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Sounds as though you need to remove the old password, then return to the site and log in and save it again. But I don't use this feature, so I'm just guessing.

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Sorry, that does not work either.

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If you enter a new password Firefox should offer to change the password.

  • You may not need to delete the old password. Try "Refreshing" the page, entering the site again, you may need to let Firefox fill in the old password, then enter the new password, and Firefox should ask to save the new password. See:
  • If you delete the old password, you may need to "Refresh" the site after deleting the old password.

If you want to delete the password that has been saved do the following:

  1. In the Tools menu select Options to open the options window
  2. Go to the Security panel
  3. Click the "Saved Passwords" button to open the passwords manager
  4. Select the site in the list, then click Remove




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  • Adobe PDF Plug-In For Firefox and Netscape 8.3.0 (Note: this is a very old version and installing the current version may not delete it or overwrite it. To avoid possible problems with having 2 versions installed on your system, you may want to remove the old version in Windows Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs before installing the new version).
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  1. Check your plugin versions on either of the following links':
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      • Open the Adobe Reader program from your Programs list
      • Click Help > Check for Updates
      • Follow the prompts for updating
      • If this method works for you, skip the "Download complete installer" section below and proceed to "After the installation" below
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    • After the installation, start Firefox and check your version again.
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    • Download and SAVE to your Desktop so you can find the installer later
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    • Start Firefox and check your version again or test the installation by going back to the download link below
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    • Download Manual installers.
  4. Update the Java plugin to the latest version.
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Saved Password Editor extension allows you to edit existing passwords and add new ones manually.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/saved-password-editor/