Javascript Warning

Javascript does not seem to be enabled on your browser. To fully use ePrep, javascript must be enabled. Follow these steps or contact us if you continue having problems.

Internet Explorer - From the Tools menu, select Internet Options. Click on the security tab and naviagte to the advanced settings of your current level. Set actice scripting to "Enable". Close and reopen your browser.

Firefox - From the Preference/Options page, select the Content icon. In the top section, choose to "Enable Javascript." Close and reopen your browser.

Safari - After clicking "Safari" on the top tab, scroll down to "preferences", and click the "security" tab. Click "Enable Javascript". Close and reopen your browser.

Chrome - Click the wrench icon and open options, click on the 'Under the Hood' tab, and then click on 'Content settings...' under privacy. Click "Enable Javascript" for all sites, or allow as an exception. Refresh the page.

System Requirements

In order to use ePrep, you will need a Macintosh or Windows computer with an internet connection, sound card, a browser with the Adobe Flash plugin installed, and an Adobe Acrobat PDF reader. If you are using a Windows operating system, we recommend Windows XP, Vista, or 7 (Home or Professional). Macintosh users should be running OS X 10.2.8 or newer. Video lessons require the Adobe Flash plugin version 8 or newer. A broadband internet connection (DSL or Cable) is stongly recommended for an optimal experience. If you have a dial-up connection, the videos and other multimedia elements may take a long time to load. Internet Explorer running on Macintosh computers is not supported.

Javascript must be also be enabled and your browser must be set to accept cookies from our site.

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Browser Requirements

  • Javascript-enabled browser
    Internet Explorer 6/7, Firefox, Opera, & Safari are supported
    WARNING: You do not have javascript enabled. Full use of this website depends on javascript.
  • Adobe Flash version 9 plugin
  • Adobe PDF Reader