How to select a character by sequence number


There are various methods used when entering passwords on websites to avoid entry of the full password whilst still requiring knowledge of it.
The most common method is the requirement to enter single or multiple characters from the password.
You might be asked to enter three characters selected randomly. For example, the second, fifth and seventh digits. webAccount has a useful process to help with this. When a value is copied to the clipboard, the first ten characters are automatically split in case you need them individually.
The first ten characters are split and can be copied individually.

Second, fifth and seventh digits example

1. Click or touch the second copy button.

Copy the second character to the clipboard, switch to the browser and paste where required.

2. Click or touch the fifth copy button.

Copy the fifth character to the clipboard, switch to the browser and paste where required.

3. Click or touch the seventh copy button.

Copy the seventh character to the clipboard, switch to the browser and paste where required.