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How to Enable Compatibility View in Internet Explorer 9

Websites that were designed for earlier versions of Windows Internet Explorer might not display correctly in Internet Explorer 9. You may experience this accessing Webadvisor However, you can often improve how a website will look by using a feature called Compatibility View. When you turn on Compatibility View, the website you're viewing will be displayed as if you were using an earlier version of Internet Explorer.

If Internet Explorer recognizes a webpage that isn't compatible, you'll see the Compatibility View button on the Address bar. To turn Compatibility View on, click the Compatibility View button Compatability Mode Offto make the icon change from an outline to a solid color Compatability Mode is On.

From now on, whenever you visit this website, it will be displayed in Compatibility View. However, if the website receives updates to display correctly in the current version of Internet Explorer, Compatibility View will automatically turn off.

Show and Hide Toolbars in Internet Explorer 9


The IE team has included the menu bar, but has kept it invisible to save on speed. You can always get the menu bar “temporarily” by pressing the ALT key. When you press the ALT key, IE9 presents the traditional menu bar. It disappears when you press the ALT key again, or click anywhere in the browser.

IE9 has plenty of toolbars, but has hidden them. What you need to do is to right click on any empty space on the Address bar. A popup menu will appear showing all the installed tool bars (see image below). Click and select the toolbars that you want IE9 to display. This includes any custom toolbar that you may have installed (for example, Google toolbar).


So, if you want IE9 to run at top speed, right click on the Address Bar and disable (uncheck) any toolbars you’re not using. Anytime you need one, simply right click again, and bring up whichever one suits your purpose.

Adobe Acrobat doesn't display PDF files inside your Web browser IE9 as expected,


This is due to some incompatibilities with IE9 and Adobe X Reader. To resolve this issue disable the "View In Browser" or "Web Browser Integration" feature in your Adobe Acrobat viewer (for plug-in and standard version). Doing this will force your Acrobat viewer to display.PDF outside your browser in a separate window. In most cases this will fix the problem. Shown below is how to disable "Web Browser Integration. Keep in mind Adobe may already have a solution for this and if this is the case performing this task may not be necessary.

1. Launch Adobe Reader X
2. Select Edit and preferences from the tool bar
3. Select Internet under categories
4. un select view PDF in Browser

How to Enable Editing/Printing for PowerPoint Presentations for Documents that accessed from a website using IE9. (The Sunshine Fix)
Open the PowerPoint Presentation
Click on the File tab
In the Info tab-select the Protected View Settings
Next, in Protected View remove the check marks from the following:
    Enable Protected View for files originating from the Internet
    Enable Protected View for files located in potentially unsafe locations
    Enable Protected View for Outlook attachments
Click OK
Close out of the PowerPoint
Open the PowerPoint up again.
--If editing still isn’t allowed, continue with the following steps:
Adding Moodle as a Trusted Site:
1.    Go to the Moodle login page
2.    Click on the Tools tab on the Menu Bar
3.    Next, click Internet Options
4.    Select the Security tab from the menu along the top
5.    Select the Trusted Sites icon
6.    Click on the Sites button
Make sure the website reads as follows:
http://moodle.mtmc.edu
Remove the check mark from: and Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone.
7.    Next, click Add
8.    Close out of the Trusted Sites window
9.    Press OK

PDF Printing Quick Fix

Problems can occur when you print a PDF file. For example, a PDF file can contain damaged content such as images or fonts that Acrobat cannot process during printing. Printing a PDF file as an image bypasses that processing by sending the printer a simple image of the document instead. This process can cause images and fonts to look slightly rougher, especially at the edges. However, you can specify the resolution in dots per inch (dpi) to suit your needs. Choose File Print and then select the advanced button where you will check the option to Print as an image
Print as Image with Advanced Options