Website of the IPAR AMERIKETAKO EUSKAL ELKARTEAK
 North American Basque Organizations
  A federation of organizations to sustain BASQUE culture
 
 


Got BASQUE?
 

  Izan ziralako, gara, eta garalako izango dira  
"Because they were, we are, and because we are they will be"
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Eguberri eta
Urte Berri On!

Merry Christmas &
Happy New Year!

Feliz Navidad y
Prospero A
ño Nuevo!

Joyeux No
ël et
Bonne Ann
ée




 

 

 

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To watch video clips download:

FLV free player option 1  
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Free Media Player 11 for Windows XP
QuickTime free player for Mac/PC
 
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Macromedia Shockwave/Flash Players

Macromedia's Shockwave and Flash Players offer distinct multimedia viewing options. Macromedia Flash Player displays content such as interactive animation. Macromedia Shockwave Player provides support for many forms of multimedia, including online games, interactive simulations, and training programs. Shockwave's capabilities can be extended with the addition of Xtra extensions, available from Macromedia.

Test Your Web Browser
Test if your web browser already has the Shockwave or Flash Player plug-in at the Test Macromedia Shockwave and Flash Players page.
 


Download and Install Macromedia Shockwave Player

Note: an Internet connection is required during the installation process.
If you experience difficulties installing Shockwave Player or need troubleshooting information, visit Macromedia Shockwave Player Support Center for further assistance.

If you would like more information on the Flash Player included with Shockwave, visit the Macromedia Flash Player Download Center.




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PDF Files

Adobe®'s Portable Document Format is used for worldwide electronic document distribution. Adobe PDF is a universal file format that preserves all the fonts, formatting, graphics, and color of any source document, regardless of the application and platform used to create it.

Adobe Acrobat Reader®

With Adobe Acrobat Reader software, you can view and print Adobe PDF files across a range of hardware and operating systems.


Download and Install Adobe Acrobat Reader

Note: an Internet connection is required during the installation process.
If you experience difficulties installing Acrobat Reader, visit Acrobat Reader Support for installation help and troubleshooting information.

If you need further assistance downloading and viewing a PDF file from one of our book sites, click below for complete instructions. Downloading and Viewing PDF Files

 

Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office contains several applications that are used to create documents you may encounter on the Internet. Should you wish to view these files, but do not have the actual applications (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) on your computer, you can view and print the files by installing the free utilities described below.


 

Microsoft Excel Viewer

With the Microsoft Excel 97 Viewer you can view and print Excel 97 and Excel 2000 spreadsheet files (in the .xls format), as well as other Excel for Windows
® (versions 2.0 and greater) and Excel for the Macintosh® (versions 2.2a and greater) spreadsheet files. With this viewer you can view page layout, copy and control cell sizes, and access the zoom and AutoFilter features.


Download and Install Excel Viewer

Note: an Internet connection is required during the installation process.
If you experience difficulties installing the Excel Viewer, visit Microsoft Help and Support for installation help and troubleshooting information.

 

Microsoft Word Viewer

The Microsoft Word Viewer allows users who do not have Microsoft Word installed on their computers to open, view, or print documents created in the Word (.doc) file format.


Download and Install Word Viewer

Note: an Internet connection is required during the installation process.
If you experience difficulties installing the Word Viewer, visit Microsoft Help and Support for installation help and troubleshooting information.


 

PowerPoint

You may use Microsoft's free PowerPoint Viewer to view many of Houghton Mifflin's PowerPoint slides. However, some Houghton Mifflin PowerPoint presentations now have imbedded Flash animations that are not compatible with PowerPoint Viewer. In those cases, you will need Microsoft's full PowerPoint application to view the Flash content. You may purchase the full PowerPoint application at any software retailer.

 


Download and Install
PowerPoint Viewer for Windows

 

Download and Install
PowerPoint Viewer for MAC

 
 

Note: an Internet connection is required during the installation process.
If you experience difficulties installing PowerPoint Viewer, visit Microsoft Help and Support for installation help and troubleshooting information.

Note: When downloading and viewing a PowerPoint file from one of our book sites, the file is often compressed or "zipped" for a quicker download. Please refer to the section on Compressed Files to take the necessary steps to "unzip" these files before viewing them.

 

Compressed Files

Compressed files, often referred to as "zipped" files, use an encoding utility to compact the files into as small a package as possible. The compressed versions of these files are then quicker and easier to transfer or download. If left in their compressed state, these files use up less storage space on your hard drive until such time as when they are "unzipped" or "expanded" to their original versions. Several different types of files can be compressed together, or one large file can be compressed alone. The two most used compression utilities, described below, are available for download from their respective web sites.
 

 

StuffIt Expander™

StuffIt is a compression utility available in both Windows and Macintosh versions. Files compressed with this utility on a Mac will usually have a ".sit" extension in their name, while those compressed on a Windows system will have a ".zip" extension. In either case, most web browsers will use Expander™ to automatically expand compressed files to their original state. StuffIt Expander™ is available free for downloading below.


Download and Install StuffIt Expander™

Note: An Internet connection is required during the installation process.
If you experience difficulties installing or using Expander™, visit Windows Support -or- Macintosh Support for installation help and troubleshooting information.

If you should need to be guided through the process of downloading and viewing compressed files after you have installed the above utility, go to Compressed Files: Step by Step for more details.
 

WinZip

WinZip is a Windows-only compression utility. Files compressed with this utility will have a ".zip" extension in the name of the file. Web browsers will open a dialog window when you click on a "zip" file, prompting you to download the file. Once downloaded, the file can be saved, which will activate the WinZip utility to "unzip" the file's contents. The WinZip evaluation version is available for downloading below.

Please note that this utility is available as shareware and is meant for evaluation purposes only. A fee to register the product is required after the evaluation period.

Also available: The Internet Browser Support Add-On (This free add-on helps to automate the "unzipping" process.)


Download and Install WinZip

Note: An Internet connection is required during the installation process.
If you experience difficulties installing or using WinZip, visit WinZip Support for installation help and troubleshooting information.

If you should need to be guided through the process of downloading and viewing compressed files after you have installed the above utility, go to Compressed Files: Step by Step for more details.


 

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naBASQUE.org is the website of the North American Basque Organizations, Inc. (N.A.B.O.) a federation of organizations for the promotion of Basque culture. Helping to make this website possible is the Basque Autonomous Government of Euskadi.  Please send inquiries to info@naBASQUE.org  For links to all our pages on this website click on SITEMAP