FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Why do things not look right on the BHRM (or any) web site?
Web sites are not like regular paper documents. Sites can be viewed with many different versions of many different software programs in many different operating systems (e.g. Version 5.5 of Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) in Windows 98). While every web site creator strives to make the site readable for all users, differences will occur. It is always recommended that you have the most recent version of your browser. If you find any problems with this web site, please don't hesitate to contact the webmaster.
When I print pages from the BHRM website, the right edge of the page doesn't print. Why?
The web was not designed for printing. It was designed for on-screen viewing. However, this site is currently designed to print on 8.5" x 11" paper, but you may have to change your margin settings in your browser to see the entire page. For most browsers, you can change the margin settings in the File menu under Page Setup. Make the left and right margins smaller. Changing the settings to 0.5" left and right margins should work for most printers.
I have a question or comment about the BHRM project. Whom do I contact?
For questions or comments about the BHRM project, please e-mail Mike Kennedy.
I have a technical question or comment about the BHRM web site. Whom do I contact?
For technical questions or comments about the BHRM web site, please use the HSC Support page.
How can I find out more information about HSC and Chestnut Health Systems?
The HSC web site and the Chestnut Health Systems website are the best places to look for more information about these organizations.
What is Adobe Acrobat Reader and why do I need it?
Adobe Acrobat Reader is a free program that every user should have. With Acrobat Reader, you can read files that end in the .PDF extension ("PDF files"). PDF is Adobe's Portable Document Format that allows people with different printers and systems to see an article in its originally-intended format.
How do I find out if I already have Adobe Acrobat Reader?
If you click on a .PDF file link in this or any site, you will either a) see the file on your screen (if you have an Acrobat program) or b) will receive an error message. If you get the error message, you will probably need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader.
How do I get Adobe Acrobat Reader on my PC?
Adobe Acrobat Reader is a free download. Click on the "Get Adobe Reader" icon below. You will be redirected to Adobe's download page. Read the instructions, then follow the three-step process about halfway down the screen. After installing the program, come back to the BHRM site and try clicking again on a .PDF link.