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I am trying to download the new version of Avery Wizard or at the very least the template for #5195 return address labels. I cannot get either one to download. Any ideas?

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  • crossways Sep 20, 2008

    Adobe reader and writer 8. Tried both Firefox and IE. Neither worked

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What version of the internet are you using. Firefox/Mozilla, or Ms Internet Explorer? Sometimes, you may have an outdated Adobe Reader, and have to update that program, this is usually free to update. If you are using Firefox, you will have to allow the "Scripts" for that particular site in order to download. See if that helps

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  • rjnworbnhoj Sep 20, 2008

    Are you allowing the scripts on firefox to run for that site? As you know there is a small "S" at the bottom of your window, select that and allow only the ones that are associated to that particular website, others you will see there are definitely ad trackers. Sometimes you have to allow several to go through in order to have stuff to download. Try going to the control panel and accessing the Windows firewall area and going through the exceptions. From here it will allow you to add specific programs to allow quicker access, once you've accesses the website. See if that helps, and if it doesn't, i am at a loss....

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