Whether it's just your username and password, or multiple fields in a form, this handy tool can save or fill in the appropriate information with just one click. The unimaginatively but accurately named Browser Form Filler is added as a small toolbar to Internet Explorer.
Operating it is as simple as clicking the toolbar's Save or Fill button when the page you're on holds log-in or form fields. The first time you are on a site with either of those two fields, simply fill in the required information, then hit the Save button. When you return, hit the Fill button and the information is instantly entered.
It takes a little more work to use Browser Form Filler's Editor component, but not much. The Help file should get most users past the minor learning curve. The Editor allows you to organize your entries and set the default section of the tree menu where information is saved. Because it handles personal information, the program can be easily password protected. Categories include Personal Information, Credit Card, and Internet. In our tests, Browser Form Filler accurately saved and filled in information from a variety of sites.
If you find yourself frequently filling in form data, Browser Form Filler could be a good investment. The trial version has no limitations, so you can fully test it to see if it meets your needs.
From Amov Research:
Browser Form Filler is an Internet Explorer Form plugin that extend IE functionality by saving needed forms, to fill them later. All eligible form fields are automatically highlighted for easy identificaton. Functionality accessible from the main toolbar, as well as context menu. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.