Pre-recorded Checkup Webinar is Available

Response to the web seminars has been great!  We appreciate those who were able to invest a few minutes to sharpen their ReloSpec skills.

However, many were not able to attend and have requested having a recorded version of the webinar available for viewing at any time.  We’re happy to announce that we have added the ‘ReloSpec Checkup’ webinar as the first item on the list of pre-recorded webinars.

To view the webinar, click the link on the Main Menu page for Web Seminar Schedule.  Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the link for the ‘ReloSpec Checkup’.  Or, click here for a quicker way to view it.

My Calendar’s Are Not Working Correctly?

Using Calendars in Relospec


In ReloSpec you have the option of clicking the calendar and picking date on the calendar or actually typing in the date that you want to use.

When using the calendar you must have the program JAVA downloaded on your computer.  Java interacts with many internet programs so that you can view and run the sites better. Many computers come with that program already installed.  If your computer does not have Java installed you can  go to the web site and download the free copy of Java.  

It is recommended that you keep your java updated and run the latest version of the software.  If you find that your calendar’s were functioning properly but no longer are, please download the latest version of Java.

I’ve changed my Internet Explorer settings and my ReloSpec pop-ups are still blocked. Why?

Though you may have changed the Internet Explorer Pop-up settings, you may still have other software running in your browser window that is blocking your pop-ups.  Common examples of pop-up blocker software are additional toolbars from Yahoo! or from Google.  If you have these additional toolbars, be sure you also have them set to allow pop-ups from “”.


How do I turn off my Pop-up Blocker?

In Relocation Specialist there are a few pages that are used as pop-ups, and unless you have your pop-up blocker settings correct you not be able to view these valuable pages.  These instructions apply to the Internet Explorer pop-up blocker settings.

If you want to test whether or not you have a Pop-up Blocker running you can hold the “Ctrl” button down while you click on the link.  This will over-ride the Pop-up Blocker.  If your link opens then you have verified you have a pop-up blocker running.

From the Internet Explorer window

  • click Tools
  • Pop-up Blocker
  • Pop-up Blocker Settings
  • In the Address of website to allow box, type “” and click Add
  • Click Close