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Internet Explorer 6.0
Internet Explorer version 5 or 5.5
Firefox
Macintosh/Power PC systems using Internet Explorer 3 or 4
IBM-compatible systems using AOL
Macintosh/Power PC systems using AOL
Macintosh/Power PC systems using Netscape

Internet Explorer version 6.0

1. On the Tools menu, select Internet Options.
2. Click the Privacy tab.
3. If the security level is set to Custom, you can change it to another setting (we recommend Medium) or click the
  Custom Level... button. Then, under Cookies, click Accept for First-party Cookies.
4. Click OK

Internet Explorer version 5

1. On the Tools menu, select Internet Options.
2. Click the Security tab.
3. If the security level is set to Custom, you can change it to another setting (we recommend Medium) or click the Custom  
   Level... button. Then, under Cookies, click Enable for both options.
4. Click OK.

Firefox Internet Browser

        1. On the Tools menu, select Options.
        2. Choose the Privacy Button at the top of the dialog box that appears.
        3. Choose the Tab under privacy that reads cookies
        4. Check the box that reads, "Allow sites to set cookies"
        5. Uncheck the boxes underneath the previous box, or add www.n21.com and www.channel-21.info to the Exceptions list with
            the option to allow cookies

Macintosh/Power PC systems using Internet Explorer 3 or 4

1. On the Edit menu, select Preferences.
2. Under Receiving files, click cookies.
3. For When receiving cookies, select never ask.
4. Click OK.

IBM-compatible systems using AOL

This is a two-step process that depends upon the software you're using.

Part 1:
    1. Click "My AOL."
    2. Click Preferences.
    3. Click WWW.

Part 2:
Once you are viewing the WWW box, you will have to try each of the following methods. Either one or the other should address your needs:

Version A:
4. Click the Security tab.
5. If the security level is set to Custom, you can change it to another setting (we recommend Medium) or click the Custom Level... button. Then, under Cookies, click Enable for both options.

Version B:
4. Click the Advanced tab.
5. Under Security, find the Cookies section and click Always accept cookie.
6. Click OK.

Macintosh/Power PC systems using AOL

1. From the My AOL menu on the AOL toolbar, select Preferences.
2. Select the WWW icon.
3. Click Advanced settings.
4. Under Receiving Files, choose cookies.
5. For "When receiving cookies," select "never ask."

Macintosh/Power PC systems using Netscape

1. From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.
2. Click the Advanced category.
3. Under Cookies check Accept all cookies.