Before you begin

If you have difficulty launching pages from the main menu you may need to adjust your Flash® player settings.

Visit: and add your CD drive location to the "Trust files in this location" area.

If you are concerned about security we suggest you remove the CD drive location from "Trust files in this location" after you finish.

Minimum requirements for using this resource:


  • IBM compatible computer
  • 600 MHz Pentium III processor
  • Sound card and speakers/headphones
  • 128 Mb available RAM
  • 1024 x 768 display (Minimum)
  • 16-bit colour display
  • or a Macintosh® equivalent

You will also need a printer if you wish to print any of the information in this resource.


You will also need the following software installed in your computer:

  • An Internet browser such as:
    • Microsoft® Internet Explorer 6.0+, or
    • Netscape® 7.x+, or
    • Mozilla® 1.x+, or
    • Firefox® 1.5+
  • Microsoft® Word '97+
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Get Flash Player

Adobe® Flash Player®

If you haven't got this plug-in, you can download the latest free version from the Adobe® website.

IE Content blocker removal

To ensure all interactive content in this product functions correctly, you will need to follow the following steps to disable Microsoft® active content blocking. This will temporarily lower your browser's local security settings. This will not affect security for any content viewed from the Internet.

  1. In Internet Explorer, select Tools -> Internet Options....
    IE Tools menu and Options
  2. Select the Advanced Tab.
    image of options page showing advanced tab
  3. Scroll down to the Security heading in the Settings window.
  4. Place a check next to the two items: 'Allow active content from CDs to run on My Computer' and 'Allow active content to run in files on My Computer'
    image of advanced options page
  5. Click OK to exit options.

It is advised that you reverse the procedure shown here when you are finished using this product to maintain optimum Internet Explorer security levels.

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