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5 Responses to "Login and Password Prompt Sheet"
  1. Helen says:


  2. Oh how I would LOVE to have one of these as a “fillable” PDF. My passwords are all over the place and way too complicated to write down so I have to cut and paste them. But this is so darn cute!

    • jojoebi says:

      Hi Sue, I have looked into this and I don’t have the software to make a fillable PDF 🙁 Sorry.
      I will see if I can find another way round it…

  3. Angela Kroboth says:

    It’s a great idea to keep passwords written down and locked up in a fireproof safe or locked box! Whereever you keep things like birth certificates, life insurance policies, wills, and guardianship papers in case of an accident.

    Also helpful, if you have an iPhone, is an electronic storage place that is locked with a password (make sure your partner knows this passcode). I use LockBox. This is especially useful for the passwords that I only use occasionally (frequent flyer accounts, utilities web sites) since they don’t stick in my head and usually have all sorts of crazy password requirements with capital letters, symbols, numbers, etc.

    • jojoebi says:

      The digital passwords are a good idea too!
      I currently have 3 pages of random passwords for various sites, no wonder I can’t keep track of them all.

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