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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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Using the Shopping Cart

Using the Shopping Cart is easy. Simply follow these steps:

  • Find an item that interests you.
  • Click the "purchase" button on any item's product information page to add that item to your shopping cart. You can remove an item from your cart at any time by going to the cart, typing a zero in the Quantity box and clicking the "update quantities" button below the cart. You can empty the entire cart by clicking the "empty the cart" button below the cart.
  • When adding products to your cart, be sure to select the "purchase" button that corresponds to the quantity you wish to purchase to ensure that you receive the correct unit price. ( Note! If your shopping cart does not show you the correct price for the quantity you are ordering, clear that item from the cart and return to the product page to re-select the purchase button for the correct quantity range.)
  • Click the "Continue shopping" button if you want to buy more items.
  • When you've finished adding items to your Shopping Cart, you can proceed to checkout by clicking the "Checkout" button at the bottom of the cart.
  • On the next screen check the box for "NEW CUSTOMER" (if you've never purchased at the site;even if you've purchased by mail or phone.) or "RETURNING CUSTOMER" if you've purchased at the site previously. (NOTE TO RETURNING CUSOMERS: see the box on that screen to change or update your Credit Card or "Ship to" another address.)NEW CUSTOMERS: Complete the shipping information screen and proceed to the Checkout page where you can view your order totals and enter your preferred payment method.
  • Upon order completion, you will see a invoice/receipt of your order that you can print for your records. You will also receive an email Order Confirmation of each order.If you do NOT receive the Confirmation email, your order did not transmit!! Please re-enter or call us for help.l

Problems?

On the Home Page use the link, contact us with any problems that are not addressed below.

It may be that "cookie-trimming" or file utility software is causing the difficulty. Cookies are necessary for shopping at this site. Programs such as WebFree, Guard Dog, Cookie Cutter, Cookie Monster, Junkbuster, Watchdog, and even certain browsers can be set to suppress cookies.

About Cookies

Note: The Ministry of the Arts shopping cart requires cookies, so if you disable or selectively disable cookies, be sure to allow them for access to our shopping cart features.

A cookie is a small amount of data that a Web site stores on your hard disk. The purpose of a cookie is to store a preference that you specify, such as custom page, or to allow you to return to a site later and pick up where you left off, such as when using a Web-based message board. Some sites also use cookies to store information as you move from page to page on a site.

Depending on your browser type, you may be alerted when a site is about to set a cookie on your hard drive. If notified of the cookie installation you may accept or reject the cookie.

To enable/disable the cookies or the alerts in Internet Explorer 6.x on a PC:

1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Select the TOOLS menu and then click INTERNET OPTIONS
3. Select the PRIVACY Tab
4. Move the slider up or down depending upon the desired level of security you would like
5. You may also click the ADVANCED button and select how cookies are handled from the presented options

To enable/disable the cookies or the alerts in Internet Explorer 5.x on a PC:

1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Select the TOOLS menu and then click INTERNET OPTIONS
3. Select the Security Tab then click the button labeled CUSTOM LEVEL
4. Scroll down to COOKIES and select the desired level of security from the presented options

To enable/disable the cookies or the alerts in Internet Explorer 4.x on a PC:

1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Select the VIEW menu and then click INTERNET OPTIONS
3. Select the ADVANCED Tab
4. Scroll down to SECURITY and then COOKIES
5. Select the desired level of security from the presented options

To enable/disable the cookies or the alerts in Netscape 4.x on a PC:

1. Open Netscape
2. Select the EDIT menu and then click PREFERENCES
3. Scroll down to ADVANCED
4. Select the desired level of cookie acceptance from the COOKIES options

To enable/disable the cookies or the alerts in Internet Explorer 5.x on a MAC:

1. Open INTERNET EXPLORER
2. Click EDIT and select the PREFERENCES option
3. Under the RECEIVING FILES option, select COOKIES
4. Next to "When receiving cookies:" select the desired level of cookie acceptance
5. Click OK to finish

To enable/disable the cookies or the alerts in Netscape 4.x on a MAC:

1. Open Netscape
2. Select the EDIT menu and then click PREFERENCES
3. Scroll down to ADVANCED
4. Select the desired level of cookie acceptance from the COOKIES options

The following sites provide more information* about cookies:

http://support.microsoft.com/servicedesks/webcasts/wc022001/wcblurb022001.asp

http://www.cookiecentral.com

 

 

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