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The Password Generator gadget is used to generate random passwords using specific character requirements.

  1. Click Gadgets > Tools, and then drag the Password Generator gadget onto a tab.
  2. Set the length of the password (in characters) in the Password length field.
  3. If the password you are generating requires lowercase characters, select Lowercase characters, and then specify the minimum number of lowercase characters required.
  4. If the password you are generating requires uppercase characters, select Uppercase characters, and then specify the minimum number of uppercase characters required.
  5. If the password you are generating requires numerals, select Numerals, and then specify the minimum number of numerals required.
  6. If the password you are generating requires special characters, select Special Characters, specify the minimum number of special characters required, and then enter the special characters that can be used.
  7. Click Generate.
  8. To copy one of the generated passwords to the clipboard, select the password, and then click Copy.
  9. To copy multiple generated passwords to the clipboard, select the passwords from the list, and then click Copy.
 
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