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Changing Your Dialer's Access Number
Note:  Only follow these instructions if you can make local calls (no toll charges) to phone numbers with your dialing prefix.  If you're unsure, please contact your phone service provider.  I-Land will not be responsible for incorrectly dialed phone numbers that may result in long distance charges.

Windows 95/98

1. From the Desk Top, double click on the My Computer icon.
2. In My Computer, double click on the Dial-Up Networking icon.
3. In Dial-Up Networking, Right click one time on your connection icon (I-Land or My connection etc..). 
4. Select Properties from the pop-up menu. 
5. There you will see your local access phone number. On the phone number line enter New Number.  This number is for analog and digital, as well as ISDN connections.

NOTE: Make sure the box "Use area code and dialing properties" is NOT checked.


Windows ME

1. From the Desk Top, Click the Start button.
2. Go to Settings and click on the Control Panel.
3. In the Control Panel double click on Dial-Up Networking.
4. Right click one time on your connection icon (I-Land or My connection etc..). 
5. Select Properties from the pop-up menu. 
6. There you will see your local access phone number. On the phone number line enter New Number.  This number is for analog and digital, as well as ISDN connections.

NOTE: Make sure the box "Use area code and dialing properties" is NOT checked.


Macintosh Systems

If you are using a Macintosh computer, please call our support department at 660-829-4638 for assistance.
 
Note:
* It is the customer's responsibility to determine which phone number is a local call from their area.  If there is any doubt, you should check with your local phone company to insure you will not incur any long distance charges before changing the
phone number you dial.