Additional Information for Mac Users
Testing of this form in a large freshman-level class revealed that many students with Mac computers were unaware of how their computers opened/read .pdf style (Adobe) documents. Most students with Macs found they could open the form, but that it was difficult to read and the submit button did not work properly. If this is happening to you, you probably do not have Adobe Reader on your Mac.
How can you be sure? The image below is a screen capture from a Mac using Preview, rather than the correct software Adobe to open the registration form. This Preview software does not open the file correctly and you cannot submit the registration form using Preview.
I thought I had Adobe Reader? Where can I check to see why it's not working?
The screen capture below show the installed plug-in Adobe Acrobat. This is GOOD.
What if I don't have Adobe installed on my Mac?
No big deal. It's free and useful for a number of purposes beside registering for conferences.
Click on the link below to go to the Adobe download window. It should automatically recognize that you're using a Mac or PC and you should simply follow the instructions and you will quickly have this software on your computer.
**MAKE SURE, after you have installed Acrobat Reader on your computer that you launch it (run it once and click YES when it prompts you to allow it to become the default program for .pdf files). See images below.
This is what you SHOULD see...below