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How do I enable Flash Player on my Internet Browser?

With Internet Browsers constantly making changes to and updating their platform, sometimes Flash Player gets left behind. Although you may have the most current version of Flash Player, your browser may not be enabled to automatically load flash objects. If you do not have the most current version of Adobe Flash Player or are unsure, please see the previous How-to document for checking and installing Adobe Flash Player.

If using GOOGLE CHROME:

  1. Look at the top of the page, where you would type in a website and find the “lock” icon
  2. Click on that icon to open a menu of plug-ins in the Chrome browser
  3. Find the options for “Flash” and “Popups” and set to “Always allow on this site”
  4. Refresh the browser if not prompted to do so

 

If using MOZILLA FIREFOX:

  1. Look at the top of the page, where you would type in a website and find the (i) icon
  2. Click on the right-facing arrow to next to the website name
  3. Click on “More Information”
  4. Click on the “Permissions” tab and find the Adobe Flash Plugin
  5. Refresh the web page

If using INTERNET EXPLORER:

  1. Look at the top-right section of the browser window and find the drop-down menu for “Tools”
  2. From the drop-down menu, select “Manage Add-ons”
  3. Under “Toolbars and Extensions”, find Shockwave Flash Object
  4. Make sure that this add-on is listed as “Enabled”. If it is not, click to highlight the Shockwave Flash Object line, and hit the “Enable” button at the bottom of the screen

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