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1. I can’t seem to see any tools or peer stories. Can you help?
2. My sound doesn't work. How do I fix it?
3. I can’t seem to print out the Rate Myself risk assessment feedback. What am I doing wrong?
4. Why can't I view bar graphs in the Rate Myself Reports?
5. Where can I get references for the content on MyStudentBody?
6. How do I get back to the homepage?
7. What do you mean by personalized information?
8. How can I find information that relates to my school, and where I live?
9. What software applications do I need to be able to view and hear everything on the website?
   
10. For any technical issues please go here 

1. I can’t seem to see any tools or peer stories. Can you help?
A browser plug-in is required to view our (Flash) tools and animated peer stories. If you cannot see any tools or peer stories, you probably do not have this plug-in installed on your computer. You can download the “Macromedia Flash Player” for free by using the link at the bottom of any MyStudentBody page or by clicking HERE.

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2. My sound doesn't work? How do I fix it?
You should first check your computer to make sure your speakers are correctly hooked up and turned on. Turn your speakers up to a volume that is comfortable for you, and restart the segment that uses sound. For privacy, if you are visiting MyStudentBody from a public place like a computer lab, you may want to use headphones to listen to the audio segments.

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3. I can’t seem to print out the Rate Myself risk assessment feedback. What am I doing wrong?
In order to print out your Rate Myself feedback, you need to complete the set of questions in any of the four Rate Myself areas. You will then be brought to the feedback page, where you will see a graphical display of your results at the top, and color-coded text feedback below. To print this report, select “print” on your browser and make sure your printer is turned on.

If you return to MyStudentBody and want to print out a feedback report you have completed on a prior visit, click on “Rate Myself” and click on the “VIEW REPORT” icon next to the Rate Myself section you would like to print.

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4. Why can't I view bar graphs in the Rate Myself Reports?
If you are unable to view the bar graphs in the Rate Myself risk assessment reports, then you should first go to “Internet Options” on your browser menu (“Advanced” tab), and make sure “java script” and “java applets” are enabled [check mark is ON]. If you are still unable to see the graphs, this may be because a small number of browser versions do not have the Java plug-in, or are not set to use it. Get the free plug-in and help by visiting www.java.com.

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5. Where can I get references for the content on MyStudentBody?
All MyStudentBody content was developed with input from college students as well as experts in the field. Content is reviewed on a regular basis by our editorial staff and Advisory Board in order to keep all referenced research and statistics current. For further reading on any topic covered in MyStudentBody, check out the references listed at the bottom of the article or click on the “references” link  to find a list of related literature.

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6. How do I get back to the homepage?
No matter where you are in MyStudentBody.com, you can always click on the MyStudentBody.com logo at the top left of your screen. This will take you back to the MyStudentBody Lobby.

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7. What do you mean by personalized information?
Based on how you answer the questions in Rate Myself, you will receive immediate tailored feedback that is relevant to you and your lifestyle. You will also be directed to content marked with a yellow exclamation point, that is relevant to your behaviors.

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8. How can I find information that relates to my school, and where I live?
At the top right of every page of the website, you can find the Emergency Help section, which contains emergency contact information at your school.

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9. What software applications do I need to be able to view and hear everything on the website? 
On the bottom of the homepage, you are able to download the three programs that MyStudentBody.com uses: Adobe Acrobat Reader, Macromedia Flash and RealAudio.

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