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How do you enable JavaScript?

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To enable JavaScript, open your web browser and click Tools, Internet Options, then the Security tab. Click the Internet zone icon, then the Custom Level button, scrolling down to the Scripting section. Click Enable under Active Scripting. Click OK to save and exit these Security Settings and the Internet Options dialogue box, then click the Refresh button to run the scripts.

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  1. Open Tools and Internet Options

    Click the Tools cog on the top right hand side of your browser. Click Internet Options from the drop menu to open the Internet Options dialogue box, and then click the Security tab.

  2. Open Internet zone

    Click the icon that looks like a globe, the Internet zone, and click the Custom Level button to open the Security Settings – Internet Zone dialogue box. If Internet security settings do not have to be customized, click Default Level, then click OK to exit the Internet Options dialogue box.

  3. Enable scripting

    In the Security Settings – Internet Zone dialog box, scroll down to the Scripting section and click Enable under Active Scripting subsection.

  4. Save changes

    Click OK to save and exit the Security Settings scripting settings, then click OK to exit the Internet Options dialogue box. Click the browser's Refresh button to run the scripts.

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