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<!-- <body> --> <p>This Web site contains programming that requires a browser that recognizes frames. It's possible that you have frames turned off in your browser's preferences; if so, simply turn frames back on and then reload (or refresh, or whatever your browser calls it) this page. Or your browser may be incompatible with frames. You can download a FREE frames-compatible version of Netscape Navigator/Communicator or Microsoft Internet Explorer by clicking on the appropriate icon below and following the (sometimes confusing) directions on that Web site.</p> <p>If you download a Netscape product, please download version 4.0 or later, all of which are frames-compatible. After you click on the Netscape icon below, you'll find a link to the latest version of Netscape (currently version 6.0) near the top of the page; if you don't want to install this version, you can find prior versions by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and following the link that's named "Netscape Product Archive."</p> <p>Microsoft only lets you download the latest version of Internet Explorer, which is 5.x; that version (5.0 and, for Windows, also 5.5) is definitely frames-compatible. Clicking the Microsoft icon below takes you to Microsoft's Downloads page, where you then select Product Name: Internet Explorer in the version you want (don't bother trying the earlier versions that appear in this pop-up list; as you'll see if you try it, they can't actually be downloaded, even though they're in the list) and your platform ("Operating System"), and then click "Find It!"</p> <p><a href="http://home.netscape.com/download/index.html?cp=djuc1"><img src="graphics/global/getNetscape.gif" width="88" height="31" alt="" border="0"></a><img src="graphics/global/spacer.gif" width="30" height="10" border="0" alt="" /><a href="http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/"><img src="graphics/global/getIE.gif" width="88" height="31" alt="" border="0"></a></p> <!-- </body> -->