If the app is signed by Adobe, you should be safe. Please post the screenshot by clicking the camera icon in the forum's reply toolbar. I'd also recommend checking that protected mode is enabled in IE's internet options.
- Open Internet Explorer.
- From the Internet Explorer toolbar, choose the gear menu icon and then select Internet Options.
- In the Internet Options window, click on the Security tab.
- Below the "Security level for this zone" area, check the Enable Protected Mode checkbox.
- Click OK on the Internet Options window.
- Restart Internet Explorer
Hi - thanks for your reply. I looked at my 'protected mode' to see if it was enabled in IE's Internet Options and it was already 'checked'
I have been trying to post my screenshot by clicking the camera icon in this toolbar, but when I browse my documents and click on insert image - a message comes up saying 'the content type of this image is not allowed' !
It is a WordDoc2007 (*docx) or a .wps extension which is a Microsoft Works document and no matter which image I try to 'insert' - the message is still the same.
I am desperate now because no matter what website I go on - your message comes up - and everytime the website is loading it comes up quite a few times when a page is loading. Even while I've been doing this reply to you - everytime I click on a link to take me somewhere on the site - it comes up!
Perhaps if I can send you the screenshot by email - it may work? At least then you would be able to see the screenshot?
I have just thought about sending you the screenshot as a picture, but I don't have 'Paint' - any ideas would be appreciated.
Thank you and kind regards