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Some content on the FEMA web sites may require certain software and/or plug-ins to be viewable. Plug-ins are software that work with your browser to provide capability the browser may not otherwise have. Most software vendors offer versions of their plug-ins for each computer platform type (i.e., Windows, Macintosh, Linux, etc...)

We are providing the following links to these plug ins so our viewers may access information using these products stored on our website. FEMA does not endorse any non-government websites, companies or applications.

Adobe PDF Document Icon Portable Document Format (*.pdf)

Files with this extension require Adobe Acrobat (PDF) Reader. You can download (free) and find guidance on how to install and use it from the Adobe Acrobat Reader Web site.

Microsoft PowerPoint Document Icon PowerPoint (*.ppt)

Download the free PowerPoint Viewer to view full-featured presentations created in PowerPoint 97 and later versions.

Microsoft Excel Document Icon Excel (*.xls)

Download the free Excel Viewer to open, view, and print Excel workbooks.

Microsoft Word Document Icon Word (*.doc)

Download the free Word Viewer to view, print and copy Word documents.

Adobe Flash Document Icon Flash Player (*.swf)

Files with this extension require the Flash Player. You can download (free) and find guidance on how to install and use it from the Adobe Web site.

Microsoft Windows Media Player Document Icon Windows Media Player (*.wmv, *.asx)

Files with these extensions require the Windows Media Player. You can download (free) and find guidance on how to install and use it from the Microsoft Web site .

Apple QuickTime Document Icon Apple QuickTime Player (*.mov, *.mp4)

Files with these extensions require the Apple QuickTime Player. You can download (free) and find guidance on how to install and use it from the Apple QuickTime Web site .

WinZip Document Icon WinZip (*.zip)

Zip files are single files, sometimes called "archives," that contain one or more compressed files. Files with this extension require a compression utility application, such as WinZip , to open and extract them. Mac OS X users should not require additional software to open and extract Zip files.

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