Microsoft Office is the widely known software which helps the user in formatting, editing, creating text document and also used for making presentation etc. You can install this software through www.office.com/setup. It is developed by Microsoft for the convenience of the user.
Window Credential Manager is the locker which is used to store your login credentials like username, password, addresses etc. It also saves the sign-in information of the sites, servers and location of the network. All this information is saved in the PC automatically but if you want to add, remove and edit credential manager in Window you can follow the below method.
Add, Remove and Edit Credential Manager in Windows:
For this, first you have to click on the Window and S keys altogether. Then, you have to Enter Windows Credential Manager in the Cortana search box. After this, you have to press the Manager Windows Credentials to open the window. Here, you will see two options in the Window-The Web Credential and Window Credential. The Web Credential Web Credentials includes website account login details, but this information will launch only for the sites opened in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer Window. You can enter the new site’s sign-in information. You can delete website sign- in information by clicking on the Remove option and then tap on Yes option to verify. You can get the website passwords by clicking on the Show option. After this, you have to type the password which is linked with the user account. If you want to change the Home group network login information. You can change the sign-in information and for this you have to choose the entry to enlarge it and then click on the Edit option. In the new Window, type the new sign-in information. For deleting the entry, you have to choose it and then click on the Remove option. You can enter the new credentials by pressing on the Add Windows information or you can press on the Add a generic credential option to open the window. Now you have to fill the three-section in the window and then you have to click on the OK button.
Open Credential Manager in Window With Command Prompt:
For this, you have to click on the Window and X keys altogether and you have to select Command Prompt to open it. After this, you have to enter ‘rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr’ into a Command Prompt and then press the Enter key. Now, this window is similar to the Credential Manager in Windows. Here in the menu list, all the sign-in details are given. You can press on the Edit, Remove and add options to modify, remove, or save new sign-in information.
If you want more help, you can call the expert of MS Office Setup on their toll free number anytime. For details, just visit to the site of MS Office via office.com/setup.