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Welcome to the Ask The Preschool Teacher FAQ's. While I welcome your emails at time, I also work on these pages alone. So my time is very limited. I kindly ask before you email me, please read through our FAQ's and see if your question is already answered. If it is not, then please drop us a line and we will answer it as soon as possible. Email me at: ask@askthepreschoolteacher.com
Thank You,
Christa
Ask The Preschool Teacher Owner


FAQ

About the Site:
What does "FAQ" mean?
What browser do you recommend for viewing this site?
Why do you have ads on every page? They're annoying!
All these ads are driving me nuts.
How can I help?
How do I print just one idea? How do I print with out the ads? I am having trouble printing.
This ad does not seem appropriate for this page...
The print is too small to read, what can I do?
Your site is great but it's not enough...
I found a page that is not working. What do I do?
I found a spelling or grammar error. What do I do?

About Us:
There is so much work put into these pages, why do you do it?


Q: What does FAQ mean? 

A
: FAQ mean Frequently Asked Questions

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Q: What browser do you recommend for viewing this site?

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: I highly recommend Microsoft Internet Explorer. While this site was designed with all browsers in mind, it works best with Internet Explorer.

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Q: Why do you have ads on every page? They're annoying!

A
: While the ads my appear to be annoying, they are very necessary to the continuation of this site. This site runs on a "FREE" basis. The ads are what helps us keep this status. This site is done in my free time. I am a preschool teacher and like any teacher my time is limited. Much of the cost to run this site comes from the ads. But most months it is not even close to enough to cover the sites overhead. The rest comes from my pocket. I do this to keep the site free for all. Without the ad revenue I would have to close down the site.
My intention when starting the page was to keep it free for all to use. 

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Q: All these ads are driving me nuts.

A
: First, you need to be specific on "all these ads". While to some one ad can be "all these ads" other may be talking about 10. If you are seeing more than 4 banners (A small and a large across the top, a box above the menu, and a large across the bottom.), and the occasional pop up on the site you may have a spy ware program on your computer. There should never be more than that. If you are getting hit with 3+ popups a page, then you most definitely have a spy ware on your computer. These ads are not coming from us, our keywords are just triggering them. You can download a free copy of Ad-Aware to get rid of these hidden programs. http://www.lavasoftusa.com

We also recommend you read this article.

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Q: How can I help?

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: There are many way you can help Preschool Education.
     1. In return for the free site and the free information we ask that your regularly visit and support our sponsors. We also ask that you do the same with our newsletter sponsors. The newsletter takes a lot of time, software, and server resources to provide. All which cost us money.  
     If possible use our affiliate link for Amazon to make your purchases. While we will never require money from anyone for the information provide, however we will always greatly appreciate any donations you can afford to send. If you are so inclined to help in this fashion, please drop us an email at askowner@askthepreschoolteacher.com and we will tell you where you can send it.
Thank you!
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Q: How do I print just one idea? How do I print without the ads?

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: These questions have several different answers. It really depends on the effect you are trying to get and the browser you are using. Find the one that best suits you.

Cut and Paste (All browsers)

1. Point the mouse right before the first word you want to print. Press and hold down your left mouse button. Then drag the mouse to highlight the text that you would like to print. When you get to the last word, left go of the left mouse button.

2. At the top of the screen you will see a tool bar. Find and click on the word edit.

3. Click on the word copy. (Or skip step 2 and 3 and just press the "ctrl" key and the "C" key at the same time.

4. Open up a new document in your word processing program, such as Microsoft Word.

5. Again at the top of the screen of your word processing program you will see a tool bar. Find and click on the word edit.

6. Click on paste. (Or skip step 5 and 6 and just press the "ctrl" key and the "V" key at the same time.

7. The text should appear in the document. If you are sharing this information with anyone else, be sure to include out copy write on the page. Copyright 1997-2003 by Preschool Education. This the terms of use for this site.

8. With this method you can can even increase and decrease the test size.

9. When you are done copying and pasting the text that you want, next just print the document out as you would normal for your word processing program.

For Ms Internet Explorer You can print just a section of the page you want. 
1. Point the mouse right before the first word you want to print. Press and hold down your left mouse button. Then drag the mouse to highlight the text that you would like to print. When you get to the last word, left go of the left mouse button.

2. At the top of the screen you will see a tool bar. Find and click on the word file.

3. Then using the mouse scroll down to the word print and click it.

4. A print screen set up with your printer should appear. There is a lot of information on this screen, but you are looking for a section that says Print range. Click on the dot next to the word selection.

5. Then click OK.

6. Now your printers should be whirling and making some noise as it prints just the text you wanted.

MS Internet Explorer (Version 4.0 and higher) & Netscape Communicator (Version 4.0 and higher) Printing just the pages you want.

1. At the top of the screen you will see a tool bar. Find and click on the word file.

2. Then using the mouse scroll down to the word print and click it.

3.  A print screen set up with your printer should appear. There is a lot of information on this screen, but you are looking for a section that says Print range. Click on the dot next to the word pages.

4. Enter in the number of pages you want printed.  Example: The idea you want is at the top of the page. Just print page 1 of 1

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Q: I am having trouble printing. When I print all I get is the ad.

A: Unfortunately this sometime happens with certain ads. But it is fixable. Either you can use one of the ways to print above, or you can simply refresh button on your browser. Another ad will appear. Then you should be able to print.


Q: This ad does not seem appropriate for this page. What do I do?

A: I have set strict guidelines for the type of ads Preschool Education will except. the short version of our guidelines are no pornographic, casino, or betting ads. I do make every attempt to check each and every ad that is placed on our site by our ad agency. However sometime I will miss one. If you find an ad that slipped by us and our filtering system, please email and let us know so we can take care of it ASAP. I will need details. So when email please be as specific as possible about the ad.


Q: The print is too small to read, what can I do?

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: We set our print at a standard small print to accommodate all browsers. Again the answer to this question depends on your browser.

Microsoft Internet Explorer:
Using the tool bar at the top, press on View. This will bring a new menu down. Then press text size. A menu will open to the side. You can pick your text size from there.

Netscape:
Using the tool bar at the top, press on View. This will bring a new menu down. Then press increase font as many times as needed.

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Q: I have a question to ask "The Preschool Teacher". Do I just email you?

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: No, you do not just email us. Any questions sent through our regular email address is deleted. If you have a question ask "The Preschool Teacher" Please fill in our form. If you are looking to ask a "Visitors" a question, please fill in this form. BUT BEFORE YOU DO!!! Please check our site by going through past question or using our search to check if you question has been ask. Duplicate questions are deleted as well.


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Q: I found a page that is not working what do I do?

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: Please email us with the page that is not working, and the page that linked to it. (Remember to please be polite. We have feelings too.) This way we can fix it immediately.

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Q: I found a spelling or grammar error. What do I do?

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: Please let us know if you find a spelling or grammar error. We are human and do make mistakes. Sometimes in our rush to provide you with new and updated information we miss a few errors. Please email us with the error you found and the page you found it on. (Remember to please be polite. We have feelings too.)

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Q: There is so much work put into these pages, why do you do it?

A
: Because I love children and teaching. I also love to help other touch the lives of the children they teach. This site is truly a passion for me.

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