Popup Blockers

Our web version requires that you have popup blocker set to allow access for our site or disabled altogether.  Our web version displays our forms in a pdf format therefore we must display it in a popup window.
If your system is blocking our pdf, the easiest way to fix this problem is to install a small program by clicking here Popup Fix
Or you can setup your system to allow our site to popup pdf's using one of the following methods.

Windows XP Service Pack 2 Users

Internet Explorer Pop-up Blocker Settings

Internet Explorer Security

Internet Explorer Trusted sites Settings

Yahoo! Toolbar

Yahoo Toolbar Pop-Up Blocker Settings

Google Toolbar

Google Toolbar Pop-ups blocked Settings Google Toolbar Pop-ups okay Settings

Turn off AOL Toolbar

Norton AntiSpam and Norton Internet Security 2004 and earlier

Norton AntiSpam and Norton Internet Security 2005 and 2006

Technical Information:

About Ad Blocking
Ad Blocking compares the addresses of ads that are being downloaded by your browser with its own list of ads to block. If it finds a match, it removes the ad so that it does not appear in your browser, leaving the rest of the Web page intact.
Sometimes you may want to view ads that have been blocked. In this case, you can temporarily disable Ad Blocking.

About Pop-up Window Blocking

Pop-up and pop-under ads are secondary windows that Web sites open when you visit or leave the sites. Pop-ups appear on top of the current window, while pop-unders appear behind the current window.
When Pop-up Window Blocking is enabled, Ad Blocking automatically blocks the programming code Web sites use to open secondary windows without your knowledge. Sites that open secondary windows when you click a link or perform other actions are not affected.
In some cases, you may want to view pop-up windows on a site. In this case, you can temporarily disable Pop-up Window Blocking.

Zone Alarm - Personal Edition

To configure Zone Alarm for trouble-free use while running Forms Boss Web, please follow the instructions below.

Others

Some programs require that you remove them. Some of these programs, like E-Anthology/ Stop-Sign, are often installed by file sharing programs like Kaaza or Bear Share. You may want to remove them anyway, since they are using your system resources.

Remove the programs If you want to remove one of these programs instead of disabling it, you can remove it using Windows' Add/Remove Program tool. Here's how.