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Instructions to enable JavaScript

Windows Users

Microsoft Internet Explorer
1. From the "Tools" menu at the top of the browser, select "Internet Options"
2. Select the "Security" tab
3. Select the "Custom Level" button
4. Scroll to the set of options under the "Scripting" heading
5. Set each option to "enable"
6. A confirmation dialog box will appear. Select the "Yes" button in the dialog box.
7. The dialog box will close. Select the "OK" button on the "Internet Options" menu that remains.
8. Refresh the current page for the changes to take effect.

Netscape Navigator (versions 6 and 7)
1. From the "Edit" menu at the top of the browser, select "Preferences"
2. Under the "Category" menu, expand the "Advanced" option
3. Select "Scripts & Plugins"
4. Under the "Enable JavaScript for" heading, check the checkbox labeled "Navigator"
5. Select the "OK" button
6. Refresh the current page for the changes to take effect.

Mac Users

Internet Explorer
1. From the "Edit" menu at the top of the computer screen, select "Preferences"
2. Under the "Web Browser" menu, select the "Web Content" option
3. Under the "Active Content" heading, check the checkbox labeled "Enable Scripting"
4. Select the "OK" button
5. Refresh the current page for the changes to take effect.

Netscape 7
1. From the "Netscape" menu at the top of the computer screen, select "Preferences"
2. Under the "Category" menu, expand the "Advanced" option
3. Select "Scripts & Plugins"
4. Under the "Enable JavaScript for" heading, check the checkbox labeled "Navigator"
5. Select the "OK" button
6. Refresh the current page for the changes to take effect.

Netscape 6
1. From the "Edit" menu at the top of the computer screen, select "Preferences."
2. Under the "Category" menu, select the "Advanced" option.
3. Check the checkbox labeled "Enable JavaScript for Navigator"
4. Select the "OK" button.
5. Refresh the current page for the changes to take effect.

AOL Users
1. From America Online's Settings menu, click Preferences.
2. Within the Preferences window, click WWW.
3. Within the AOL Internet Properties window, from the Security tab, click Custom Level.
4. Scroll to the set of options under the "Scripting" heading
5. Set each option to "enable"
6. A confirmation dialog box will appear. Select the "Yes" button in the dialog box.
7. The dialog box will close. Select the "OK" button on the "Internet Options" menu that remains.
8. To close the AOL Internet Properties window, click OK.
9. Close the Preferences window.

Note: Your browser stores many of its settings. The best way to ensure chanes take effect is to close browser completely and then restart it.

 


 

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