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SE v1: Logistics problems

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The Read Naturally SE applications do not fit on my screen. You need to change your computer's screen resolution to 800 x 600.  The screen resolution increases and decreases the amount of information that displays on your screen.  To adjust your screen resolution, complete the following steps:

Windows:

  1. Select Start > Control Panel or Start > Settings > Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Display and choose the Settings tab.
  3. Change the screen resolution to 800 by 600.

Macintosh:

  1. From the Apple menu, choose Control Panels > Monitors.
  2. Change the screen resolution to 800 by 600.
I can't minimize the Read Naturally SE applications to look at another program on my computer. The minimize and maximize options are not available in the Read Naturally SE applications.  To view something else on your computer without closing the Read Naturally SE application:
  • In Windows, press Alt+Tab, and then select the icon for another program
  • On a Mac, select another program from the Finder.
The Teacher Management System reports do not fit on my screen, and/or the reports do not print on one page. You need to change your browser settings to see more of the report. You may want to change the page orientation to landscape and the text to a smaller size.  In Internet Explorer, you can change the page orientation by selecting Page Setup from the File menu and then selecting Landscape as the orientation.  You can change the text size by selecting Text Size from the View menu and then selecting a smaller size option.
One of my CDs doesn't work. If the CD is defective, Read Naturally will replace it free of charge.  If the CD becomes damaged or scratched and no longer works, you can purchase a replacement for $10.00.  To receive a new CD, you must return the damaged or defective CD to Read Naturally along with your name, address, phone number, and a description of the problem.
When typing notes or answers to questions, I cannot highlight text or click in the middle of a sentence to make changes. Use the Home, End, Backspace, Delete, and arrow keys to move around and edit text.
I would like to create a shortcut/alias on my desktop. If you are working in Windows:
  1. Right-click on the desktop and choose New > Shortcut.
  2. Browse to the C:\Program Files\Read Naturally folder.
  3. Select either RNMgmt.exe (for Teacher Management) or RNStudentStories.exe (for Student Stories)

If you are working on a Mac, you can create an alias for the desktop by highlighting an item and pressing
Command-M.

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