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I've looked at several forums like this one and this one but since Google changes their interface every couple days, they're all wrong.

Here's what my sign in page looks like today and I can't remove any of the accounts from the list:

First I go to gmail.com and get this:

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Then I click Sign in with a different account and get this:

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There should be "remove account" on the sign-in page next to "add account". Where is this screenshot from? A sign in page or an account page? –  Raystafarian Apr 14 at 13:11
@Raystafarian I updated the question to show how I got there –  Okuma.Tony Apr 14 at 13:20
What browser are you using? Do you have any extensions on it? It seems like what you should see is being removed or blocked. –  Raystafarian Apr 14 at 13:21
@Raystafarian Google Chrome, Windows 7 64b, no extensions –  Okuma.Tony Apr 14 at 13:22

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Make sure you go to google.com not google.ext (where ext is from your country).

From there log out, and on the login windows, choose log in with other account.

This should give you this:

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If you don't see the above at this point even, clear your browsercache, temporary internet files and cookies. Then try again.

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I'm in the US going to google.com. I logged in and out and remove was there. I'm highly perturbed that this worked. Makes no sense at all. –  Okuma.Tony Apr 14 at 13:27
My guess is that the view without "remove" is when an application requested for logging through your Google account. –  lukstafi May 17 at 23:42

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