<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> The Police Exam Professor Pop Up Blocker

The Police Exam Professor relies on pop ups to function properly.

If you click on a link to either an exam or quiz and a pop up window does not appear, you may be blocking pop ups. This function is built into such software as the Google search bar, Norton Utilities, and many other utility suites. You must allow pop ups to occur for the question windows to function properly.

The Police Exam Professor relies on cookies to function properly.

On most computers, cookies will be enabled by default. Cookies are text file. What makes a cookie different from any other text file is that it's created by an Internet page and is saved on your computer. It is placed on your computer via your web browser (for example, Internet Explorer, or Netscape) and again read by your browser if a web page requests it.

Please follow the below instructions to enable cookies.

Internet Explorer 6.0 for Windows:

  1. Click 'Start' menu from Desktop
  2. Point to 'Settings'
  3. Click 'Control Panel'
  4. Click the 'Internet Options' icon
  5. Select the 'Privacy' tab
  6. Move the 'Privacy' settings slider to Medium
  7. Click 'OK'
  8. Close 'Control Panel'

Internet Explorer 5.X and AOL 7.0/6.0/5.0 for Windows:

  1. Click 'Start' menu from Desktop
  2. Point to 'Settings'
  3. Click 'Control Panel'
  4. Click the 'Internet Options' icon
  5. Select the 'Security' tab
  6. Click the 'Internet' icon
  7. Click 'Custom Level'
  8. Scroll down until you see 'Cookies'
  9. Select 'Enable' under 'Allow cookies that are stored on your computer'
  10. Select 'Enable' under 'Allow per-session cookies (not stored)'
  11. Click 'OK', and click 'OK' again
  12. Close the ‘Control Panel’

Internet Explorer 4.X and AOL 4.0 for Windows:

  1. Click 'Start' menu from Desktop
  2. Point to 'Settings'
  3. Click 'Control Panel'
  4. Click the 'Internet' icon
  5. Select the 'Advanced' tab
  6. Scroll down until you see 'Cookies'
  7. Select 'Always accept cookies'
  8. Click 'Apply' and click 'OK'
  9. Then close the 'Control Panel'

Internet Explorer for Macintosh:

  1. Click the 'Edit' menu
  2. Click 'Preferences'
  3. On the left margin, click 'Cookies' under 'Receiving Files'
  4. Next to 'When receiving cookies:’, select 'Never Ask'
  5. Click 'OK'

AOL for Macintosh:

  1. Click the 'My AOL' menu
  2. Click 'Preferences'
  3. Click the 'WWW' icon
  4. Click 'Advanced Settings'
  5. On the left margin, click 'Cookies' under 'Receiving Files'
  6. Next to 'When receiving cookies:', select 'Never Ask'
  7. Click 'OK' and click 'OK' again

Netscape 6.X:

  1. Click the 'Edit' menu
  2. Click 'Preferences'
  3. On the 'Categories' list, click 'Cookies' below the 'Advanced' option
  4. Select 'Accept all cookies'
  5. Click OK.

Netscape 4.X:

  1. Click the 'Edit' menu
  2. Click 'Preferences'
  3. On the 'Categories' list, click 'Advanced'
  4. Select 'Accept all cookies'
  5. Click OK