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I must have "Active X enabled." How do I do that? (I'm old & don't understand the computer language in answers) ;-(

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I must have "Active X enabled." How do I do that? (I'm old & don't understand the computer language in answers) ;-(

I have no idea how to even find out if my Active X (whatever that is) is enabled, much less enable it if it isn't. According to the info I'm reading, I have Windows XP with Firefox version 3.5.9

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Re: I must have "Active X enabled." How do I do that? (I'm old & don't understand the computer language in answers) ;-(

Firefox doesn't do ActiveX, you'll need to use IE on websites that require ActiveX.

https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/ActiveX

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Re: I must have "Active X enabled." How do I do that? (I'm old & don't understand the computer language in answers) ;-(

Firefox doesn't do ActiveX, you'll need to use IE on websites that require ActiveX.

https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/ActiveX

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Re: I must have "Active X enabled." How do I do that? (I'm old & don't understand the computer language in answers) ;-(

I too need Active X control to enter my remote work website. How do I use IE in order to fix the problem. Thanks