Double-click the Internet Explorer icon on your screen to open the browser. Wait a moment as the browser opens and each function appears.
Click the Tools option from the menu at the top of the Internet Explorer webpage, and select Internet Options. Several options from which you may choose appear on the screen. Click Security, and then select Internet zone.
Click Default Level if you have never made adjustments to your Internet Options on this computer. If you have made adjustments in the past, you may need to click Custom Level. Locate the Security Settings, and click the Internet Zone dialog box. Click Enable for Active Scripting inside of the Scripting section of the page.
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