Last updated on April 12,2022

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Internet Explorer

Click the Tools button, click Internet Options, click Privacy, click Advanced, and in the Cookies window select your preferences.

Google Chrome

Click the Menu button, then Settings, then click the Show Advanced Settings link, then in the Privacy section, click the Content Settings button, then in the Cookies section, select your preferences.

Mozilla Firefox

Click the Menu button, select Options/Preferences, select Privacy, select Use custom settings for history in the History box, check or uncheck the Accept Cookies box and select your preferences.


Click the Safari menu, then click Preferences, then click the Security tab, and in the Block Cookies section, select your preferences.

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