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There will be a DOCUMENT (and video) in Module Zero of your WorkCenter to show you what is REQUIRED before going to the TX DPS.

We want YOU to avoid avoid embarrassment and/or unnecessary trips.

General assistance is available by calling the office helpline at 281-345-4177 and/or by sending email to Parenttaught@comcast.net are both available.

Need Technical Support?

Tech-help office hours for Tyler the tech guy is Mon-Fri between 830a-5p for the fixing of data.

The doctor is currently out ().

Everything runs on data. Is something broken, stuck, or incorrect? Contacxt GENERAL HELP with your data fix needs. If the problem is beyond their ability, the folks at GENERAL HELP will directly contact the Tyler the tech guy directly to support GENERAL HELP.

Many questions are answered in the FAQs linked above or by calling the General Helpline.

TIP #1: Please, students & parents ... know how your WorkCenter works.

TIP#2: Validate the capability of your device's ability to display and handle PDFs.

Coursework Completion ...
You have 10 months from your original date of enrollment (purchase) to complete your coursework to obtain a DE964 to obtain your State of Texas Drivers License.
 
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A Before-You-Begin List of Recommended Reads by Texas DPS
Account Creation
Account Types
Additional Requirements
All About Coursework (Learning or Teaching)
All About the VOE
Best Practices
Cancellation / Refunds
DE-964 Certificate
Driving Test
Getting Official Texas Documents
Instruction Guide, Classroom Logs, & 30-Hour Driving Logs,
Insurance
ITTD (Impact Texas Teen Driver)
Learner Permit
Learner Permit Testing
Parent Inelligibilty
PayPal and Payment Processing
Promotions
Provisional License
Receipts
State Approvals and Certifications
System Passwords
Taking Quizzes & Permit Test
Technical / Web Browser (incl. PDFs)
Transfers - Does / Can ____ Transfer to ____ ?
WorkCeneter Questions
 
Technical / Web Browser (incl. PDFs)
 
Do I need special software for my computer?
 
Mainstream web browsers are PDF aware. PDF stands for Portable Document Format. They can receive, display, and print PDFs with no problem. There are some browsers that have no idea how to handle such documents.

NOTE : If your web browser lacks the ability to download and view PDFs, it is recommended you install Adobe Acrobat Reader to enable your system and web browser to handle this properly.

NOTE for iPhone/iPad Users: We have also noticed that mobile web browsers on Apple products (iPad/iPhone) may show only the first page of a multi-page PDF. For mobile iOS users, your device needs to be configured to use a PDF Reader plugin (like Adobe Acrobat ... mentioned above) that can accept, handle, and display the whole file to allow you to see the entire multi-page PDF. You may have to consult other iOS FAQs that tell you how to get your iOS web browser to automatically use the PDF reader plugin instead of the built-in PDF reader that will sometimes not display all of the pages of a multi-page PDF.

NOTE for Android Users: Once a PDF reader plugin has been installed and selected as the default APP to handle PDFs, then your web browser will 1- show an empty frame where the PDF would normally be displayed and 2- open the PDF APP with the document loaded into it automatically.

If you want to make it easy on yourself, we know that the Firefox Web Browser works straight out of the box. No modifications are needed. It is fast. When it handles a PDF for you, there is an icon in the upper right-corner to save the PDF to a your computer locally. Making it simple to handle.

To download Firefox CLICK HERE to GET FIREFOX. After you are there, if you click the DOWNLOAD button, you will be redirected to either the iTunes App store (for Apple/iOS devices), to Google Play (for Android devices), or the download location from Mozilla for other system requirements respective of the OS you are using to get there.

NOTE : It seems as though there is great challenge using Microsoft Internet Explorer to download and handle PDF Documents. You are not completely out of luck. Enabling a PDF reader for Internet Explorer is not difficult. It is not intuitive either. These instructions are among many found at Adobe on THIS PAGE. Your mileage (usage) may vary.
  1. Open Internet Explorer and choose Tools > Manage Add-ons.
  2. Under Add-on Types, select Toolbars and Extensions.
  3. In the Show menu, choose All add-ons.
  4. In the list of add-ons, select Adobe PDF Reader.
    NOTE:If you don't see the Adobe PDF Reader add-on, try the other options on the menu. For example, on some systems, the add-on appears when you select Run Without Permission.
  5. Click the Enable button.
    Enable sets the Adobe PDF Reader add-on to open PDFs in the browser.
    Disable turns off the add-on so it does not open PDFs in the browser.

 
 

 
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