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Hi rrz,

thanks for your note:
" I don't if you know this but, to show console in IE:
  click on View in top menu bar
  In drop down menu click on "Java Console"
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Please comment on this question so I can give you these points.

chris miller (I am unemployed too - or maybe retired - I'm old enough, and maybe enough $$, I can't decide.)
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chris, Was that what you needed?
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In a word 'yes' - I now have the console 'window' showing me the  'System.out.println()'  debug/trace statements from applets.  That was my objective.

On the other hand - I still have questions about the console.  I'm going to continue on with the Java study (dinking with the console cost me three or four days) and assume that the console and I will cross paths again when I am a little more knowledgable.
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