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Q: Does Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage work on an Apple Macintosh computer?
A: Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage has now been converted for use on Apple Macintosh computers but can only work on MAC OS 10.39 and 10.41 anything above this is not supported.
Q: Does Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage work on Windows Vista? It's not listed as a supported operating system.
A: Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage was developed before the launch of Windows Vista, so use on Vista is not officially supported. However, our testing indicates that it can be used successfully on Windows Vista
Q: I want to use Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage on an RM CC3 network. Is that possible?
A: We have created a CC3 package for Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage, which you can find on the CD-ROM in a marked folder. Instructions for using this package to roll out Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage to selected client computers via the CC3 admin module are given on page 3 of the Quick Reference Guide supplied with the CD-ROM.
Q: I want to install Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage to a network that isn't an RM CC3 network. Is that possible?
A: Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage is a program with a standalone installation only. We recommend that you use it on standalone machines. However, our testing indicates that Oxford Reading Tree MagicPage can be installed on a shared drive on a network and accessed from several client computers; this use is not officially supported, but you may find it works for you.
Q: When I open MagicPage, the images on my wide-screen monitor are stretched and distorted. Can I fix this?
A: On a PC, you can fix this by changing the display settings through the Control Panel. Open the Control Panel from the Settings option in the Start Menu and select Display. When the Display Properties box opens, select the Settings tab and use the slider to select one of the following screen resolutions: 1024 x 768 pixels or 1280 x 960 pixels. On an Apple Mac, you can fix this by changing the display settings in System Preferences. Go to System Preferences in the Apple Menu and select Displays. When the Displays box opens, select one of the following screen resolutions: 1024 x 768 pixels or 1280 x 960 pixels.
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