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:tazz: i give up - I've searched the site files, checked my own PC security and can't find an answer - I'm suddenly getting a message box that says I don't have Active X turned on so pages might not show up properly. What's active X and why am I getting this message all of a sudden? I've checked "security" and found Active X (win98) but absolutely don't understand any of it! Help!!!! What should I should check or shouldn't check?????? My puter runs beautifully and I don't want any probelms ;) Am I going to regret saying that????
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On a web page, click tools then internet options then security, press default level, it should say medium, which should clear things.

If it does not, go to the security tab then press custom level, look for all the active X settings, post them here so someone can look at them and advise you if any are incorrect.
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Keith, thank you so much!!!!! It worked!!!!! This site is just the greatest and so are it's members!
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Thank you for letting me know
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