If you’re getting tired of manually filling in your contact information in Web forms, then you might be happy to know that Safari can do this for you automatically. Once this feature is activated, choose Edit > AutoFill from the menu and Safari will fill in your name, street address, city, state, zip code, phone and e-mail address for you. You can also simply start typing in one of the form’s text box. Once Safari recognizes the field and finds a matching one in your Contacts, it will display a pop-up box allowing you to accept the suggestion.
To turn on this feature, choose Safari > Preferences from the menu, click the AutoFill tab and then click the checkbox next to Using info from my Contacts Card so that it is checked.
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