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The 2012-2013 Online State
Your copy of the State Directory is now available by electronic
download. The PDF file will be updated as necessary throughout
the year, so please consider not printing the document, and be
sure to check back often for updates. The cover (page 1) of the
digital file will always include the last date of correction.
State Directory 2012 - 2013
How do I Access the State Directory?
There are two passwords
required. If you don't have them, click
identify yourself and your chapter.
The passwords are used in
sequence (not simultaneously).
After you click on State
Directory in the menu above, you will be asked for a Member
Log-In. Enter the first password, then hit Enter or
click on Log In
A webpage will then appear. Click on the red button
A small Password window
should then appear asking for a Document Open Password. Enter
the second password, then click OK
If Adobe Reader is installed on your computer, the State
Directory should then appear on your screen.
To print, click anywhere on
the directory, then hold down Ctrl key and punch the letter p
key. Then click on Print.
Make sure you have the latest
version of Adobe Reader, now at version 10 or X.
Mac & Google browser users: Google
and Mac browsers have built-in PDF viewers which cannot handle
password protected PDF files such as the State Directory.
Therefore, Adobe Reader must be used with these browsers.
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following are being returned. If you have a new e-mail address,
please let us know OR perhaps your mailbox is full - yes,
electronic mail boxes have limits. The mailbox is the one on the
server at your internet service provider. Your mail client
(Outlook, Outlook Express, Microsoft Mail, or Thunderbird)
should be set to delete mail from the server after 30 days. Also
make sure that
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