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CSISS Plug-in Information

What's a Plug-in?
Plug-ins are software programs that extend the capabilities of your browser. CSISS provides this page of select plug-ins to give you access to all of the resources at

Select Plug-ins

  • Adobe Flash Player
    Flash is the web standard for vector graphics and animation.

  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 
    Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® is free software that lets you view and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files. With Acrobat Reader, you also can fill in and submit Adobe PDF forms online.

  • Adobe Media Player
    Adobe Media Player software offers content creators, advertising content creation partners, content publishers, and delivery partners new opportunities for distributing, tracking around rich media. From podcasts to interactive viewing experiences.

  • Adobe Shockwave
    Experience quality multimedia, graphics, and streaming audio on the CSISS website. Shockwave is used to present the ARGUS activities and materials.

  • Apple QuickTime
    The Apple QuickTime plug-in lets you experience more than 200 kinds of digital media in a web page with your PC or Mac.

  • Microsoft Excel Viewer
    Microsoft Viewers and Converters are available through this link. The Excel Viewer enables site visitors who don't have Excel to open spreadsheets at this site. The oldest version available is 2003.
      * This download applies to the following Office applications:
    • Microsoft Office Excel 2007
    • Microsoft Office Excel 2003
    • Microsoft Excel 2002
    • Microsoft Excel 2000
    • Microsoft Excel 97

  • RealPlayer by RealNetworks
    RealPlayer lets you play streaming multimedia presentations on the web. RealPlayer is used to present the 2001 workshop video clips. The download is a 14-day trial period and is based on a pay-per-subscription plan after the expiration of the trial period.


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