you can do this with two clicks of the mouse.
Whichever browser you use, set up it's Password Manager to remember your passwords. FInd the eBay login site, and copy the web site url. On your desktop, right click and select New > Shortcut. Then in the wizard, paste in the url link. give the link a name, click Finish and a shortcut to eBay is created on your desktop. Then log into eBay with your username and password so that the browser stores the details.
Next time, click on the desktop shortcut, and it should open up the eBay login page with your username and password already filled in. Click ''Sign in securely''.
Make sure your firewall is on, and your anti-virus and anti-spyware apps are uptodate.
I'm lazy and want to create a macro and assign it to a hot key.
Example: I have a hot key that takes me to the eBay internet site. I want to include a macro that enters user ID and password then gets me into the site.
I understand the risks and other considerations, but I want it.
Is there a program or existing process that will allow me to do this?
I use Windows XP - Home Edition.