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Welcome to the 2007 NYSAFLT/CAES Annual Meeting CD

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NYSAFLT and CAES welcome you to their latest technological venture! NYSAFLT and CAES are proud to offer you this CD as an extension of the great workshops that you participated in during your attendance at the 2007 NYSAFLT/CAES Annual Meeting. This CD is provided as a means to further explore materials and resources that you encountered during the meeting.

What's on this CD?
This CD contains the following:

  1. PDF documents of the Annual Meeting Publication (Rosemary Fry, Editor) and of other supplemental materials provided by workshop presenters.

  2. Powerpoint presentations used by workshop presenters.

  3. Graphics, audio and video used by workshop presenters.

Want to know more?
Both the NYSAFLT and CAES websites offer additional information on how to advocate for LOTE as well as how to become more involved in each organization.


  • Do I need an internet connection to use this CD?
    Yes - if you click on the green CAES or green NYSAFLT buttons at the top of the blue pages, you'll be required to have an active connection to the internet in order to view that content. Also, if you click on any e-mail address or URL found on this CD, you will need an active connection to the internet.
    No - with exception to the above paragraph, all of the content is housed locally on this CD and no internet connection is required.

  • I can't view PDF documents. What should I do?
    If you are having trouble viewing the PDF documents, you either lack the appropriate software to view it or your current software is out of date and a newer version exists. To get the latest software for free, visit:

  • I'm unable to hear audio and/or view video files correctly.

    • Windows Media Player should be able to play most files. If you are still experiencing difficulties viewing multimedia files, Apple QuickTime, which is compatible for Windows and Macintosh operating systems, should work. Both media players are a free download.

    • Make sure your volume level is turned up. This can be remedied by viewing the audio options in your control panels.

    • Some web browsers under the Windows XP operating system use preventative measures to ensure the computer's security isn't compromised. A warning message directly under the address bar may appear (location of the warning may different depending on internet browser). Simply follow the directions to allow the blocked content to appear in your browser.

  • I can see the pages okay, but the formatting is a bit off. What's going on?

    • These web pages were designed to be best viewed using Internet Explorer. Firefox is also another internet browser that will display the pages correctly. Other web browsers like Safari and Opera were not tested.

If you are still experiencing difficulties, please e-mail NYSAFLT Technical Support.

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