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Javascript Enabled: To ensure that some Web pages and/or applications function properly, you may need Javascipt "enabled" in your browser. By default Javascript is enabled in major browsers, but if you are unsure and get a message asking that Javascript be enabled, follow these steps: In Netscape, click Edit > Preferences from the "Catagory" box, click "Advanced" on the right you will see a number of options including Enable Javascript - be sure this is checked ("x").

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