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Salmonella in the Caribbean

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Before downloading the Salmonella in the Caribbean computer-based case study, be sure you have the minimum system requirements.

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Font Too LARGE?
Once you install and run the case study, if you find that the text on the case study notebook appears to be cut-off (i.e., you do not see complete sentences and/or some of the content seems to be missing), it is likely that you are not using standard fonts in your computer settings. This is easily remedied:

  1. Click on Start from your Windows desktop (located in the lower left-hand corner of your computer screen).
  2. Point to Settings, and click on Control Panel. NOTE: the specific titles for these choices will vary depending on your operating system.
  3. In the Control Panel window, double-click on the Display icon.
  4. In the Display Properties window, click on the Settings tab.
  5. Click on the button labeled Advanced located at the bottom right of the window. Be sure that the General tab is selected.
  6. Use the pull-down menu to change the Display Font Size to "Small Fonts".
  7. You will be prompted to install the new fonts and restart your computer to apply any changes. To return your computer to its original settings, follow the same series of steps but substitute your original font setting for the “Small Fonts” in Step 6.


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