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Why can't I view any of your documents using my Mac?

It seems that MAC, Adobe Reader, and Safari are having issues currently
and are having problems displaying Adobe documents all over the internet.
It seems to be happening to higher versions of MAC and especially OS X 10.6
which is Snow Leopard.

The easiest way around this problem would be to download
another free browser, Mozilla Firefox. Mozilla Firefox is a free, well known, and widely used browser. It will not take the place of your regular browser, Safari, but it can be used to open Adobe materials that you are having trouble viewing in Safari.
You may already have Mozilla Firefox on your computer.

To download Mozilla Firefox for MAC, click on this link, locate the column
that says 'OSX', scroll down to 'English (US)' version and click "Download":

Follow the screen directions to complete the process. When box appears on the screen click on the word 'Run.'  When asked if you want "Mozilla Firefox to be your default Browser" click 'NO' your regular browser will remain as your main browser, you are just adding Firefox to your computer.

If asked if you want Firefox on your desktop you can say 'yes', or it
will just go to your Programs List, either is fine. Complete the Install and you are done.

The icon (picture) for Firefox is an 'orange fox curled around a blue globe'. Click on that symbol to open the Firefox homepage. When there, type in:  in the box or address bar on the Firefox page. abcteach will open and you can login to abcteach by clicking on the words "MEMBER LOGIN" at the top, right of the abcteach screen.