What to do if the "Click Seniornet Registration" link doesn't work for you
When you register for a course or workshop listed here on our website, you click the link that says "Click SeniorNet Registration". This is supposed to bring up a blank email addressed to the SeniorNet Office which you can send after entering into either the subject line or the email body the name and date of the course you are interested in. However, this is not working for all our members, and for some nothing happens when they click on the link.
If you use Microsoft Windows and it's not working for you, the first thing you should do is check that Windows knows the mail program you use (such as Outlook, or Gmail). You do this by right-clicking on the Microsoft 4-squares in the bottom left of your screen then Choose Settings and Apps. Click Default Apps (in the left panel) and look for Email in the right panel. If you click this, you get a list of available mail programmes and you can choose the one you use. If you need more help to do this, click the link below to watch a short video. Thanks George!
If this does not work, there are two other workarounds. When you are in the SeniorNet website, right click on the blue text "Seniornet Registration". Select Copy Email Address. Open your email programme, and start a new mail message. Right click in the "To:" box and select paste. Now complete your email and send it.
If you add this address to your contacts list, and call it say, "Seniornet Registration", then when you want to register for something you can just open your email programme and create an email addressed to Seniornet Registration.
Finally, if the link in our website is not working for you and you use a laptop, bring it along to the Clinic on Mondays at 12:30 and someone will sort it out for you. There will be no charge for this.
Starting from your Windows 10 desktop, this video shows you how to fix one of the main problems that prevent the "Click SeniorNet Registration" link from working. The process is similar for other versions of Windows. There is no sound on the video.