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  • Netscape 4.06 or newer on Windows 95, 95, 2000, XP or Macintosh OS 7 and up
  • Internet Explorer 4.01 or newer on Windows 95, 95, 2000 or Macintosh OS 7 and up

If you have an older version or a browser that is not listed above, please visit the Netscape or Microsoft (for Internet Explorer) Web sites to download a more recent version.

Browser Specific Features

The security settings can be customized under Internet Options in Internet Explorer 6+. If the security is set to "High," JavaScript will not work on the Web site. Downloads of certain file types will also not be permitted. As a result, you may be unable to view files such as PDF documents, Flash movies, and videos. In addition, the design of the Web site might appear distorted. To change the security setting and enable JavaScript and style sheets, do the following:

  1. Select "Internet Options" in "Tools" in the menu bar on the top of your browser
  2. Select the "Security" tab
  3. Select "Custom Level"
  4. Set the settings to "Medium" in the "Reset custom settings" area
  5. Click Reset
  6. Click OK

Screen Resolution

This Web site is best viewed at resolutions of 800 x 600 or higher.

Main Navigation

All pages have a main navigation bar located at the top of each page. Use this navigation to reach the different main sections of the Web site.

Secondary Navigation

All pages have secondary navigation links in the left hand side of each page. Use this navigation to access subpages in each section.

To report a problem or provide feedback, please contact the Webmaster

Usage of Plug-ins and Players

Some content or files on this Web site require that plug-ins or players be installed on your computer.

To view Flash files download the latest version of Macromedia Flash Player.

Disability Compliance

The site meets Priority 1 Disability Compliance as set forth by the W3C WAI (W3C Web Accessibility Initiative) Priority 1 compliance section.