Guidance for Configuring your System to Run this Courseware
This courseware is designed to run with the following technical requirements:
See below to find out how to change or update your current browser configuration for running the courseware.
Flash Permission Settings
Depending on your specific Flash player version, you may see a dialogue box similar to the one below:
By selecting the "Settings" button, you will be taken to Adobe's Global Security Settings panel, where you can specify that this Flash application may run on your computer. Once taken to the Global Security Settings panel, Select the "Edit Locations..." drop down menu as shown below:
Select the "Add Location" option and then select "Browse for Folder". Browse to your CD drive letter and highlight it by selecting once with your mouse. Select OK.
Make sure the "Always allow" option is selected for your CD drive in order for this content to play properly on your machine, as shown below:
Screen Display Settings
This course was designed to run on a machine with display settings set to 1024x768 pixels. Instructions to change the display settings are listed below.
To view the courseware, Internet Explorer 6 or higher is required. Instructions to update your version of Internet Explorer are listed below.
1. go to the Microsoft web page for downloads:
To view the courseware, Flash plug-in 8 or higher is required.
1. Go to the Adobe Flash Player page for download:
Active X Permissions
The Flash plug-in for Internet Explorer is an Active X control. In order for it to function your browser needs to be set to allow active content to run. Instructions for doing this are listed below.
Pop-up Blocker Disabled
This course is designed to play in its own window. Depending on your browser configuration, this window might get blocked by a pop-up blocker. To view the courseware, pop-ups must be enabled in your browser. Instructions to disable Pop-up Blocker for Internet Explorer are listed below. (Note: you may have more than one pop-up blocker installed on your browser, for example a Google or Yahoo pop-up blocker. You can temporarily allow pop-ups by selecting the “Popups” okay button on your Google or Yahoo toolbar. )
Changing some of these setting may require you to re-launch the courseware from the launchPage.htm file from your CD/DVD drive from “My Computer” once you are finished.