Department of Justice

Interjurisdictional Support Orders (ISO)

Interjurisdictional Support Orders - Forms Help

How to Fill in Online Forms

  1. Click on the Interjurisdictional Support Order form you require.
  2. Select the hand tool   from Acrobat Reader's tool bar.
  3. Click on "Highlight fields" in the Document Message Bar to bring up spaces to be filled in.
  4. Place the hand over the blue-coloured check boxes you need to fill in.
  5. When the hand changes to a pointing finger, left click on your mouse to check off the box.
  6. Press your tab key or use your mouse to move to the next field.
  7. When the hand changes to a cursor, enter text in the field.
  8. Press shift+tab or use the mouse if you need to move the cursor to the previous field.
  9. Complete all the required fields.
  10. Print the form before closing it.

Unless you have the full Adobe Acrobat program, you cannot save the completed document on your computer or network. The free Reader version of Acrobat cannot save files. Neither version can save forms on the web site.

How to Reset Documents

When you have finished printing, click on the Reset button at the bottom of the last page of each form. This removes all data you entered on the form. The word "reset" will not show up on the printed form.

How to Reset Your Browser Cache to Clear Data from Your Computer

Internet browsers cache or store data on a computer so it can be loaded and viewed instantly the next time you request it. Sometimes Acrobat will cache your data so that it may reappear if you open the form again. This may be a concern if you are using a shared or public computer or do not want to risk having your data remain on the computer. As well as resetting the form when you are done, you can reset your browser cache.

The risk of someone coming across your information is slight. Unlike a regular HTML page that is cached on the computer, the data from these forms is useless without the Acrobat file to give them context. Another person who uses the computer after you would have to come back to the ISO Forms web page and bring up the same forms you did in order to see your information. A person using another computer could not find your information. It can be found only on the computer you are using.

In addition to resetting forms after you print them, you can reset your browser cache and delete temporary Internet files. This will eliminate any chance of your information remaining on the computer. Here’s how you can do this:

  1. Click Tools on the main menu in Internet Explorer.
  2. Click Internet Options on the Tools menu. This will produce a form with a number of tabs running across the top of it.
  3. Click the General tab on the Internet Options menu if it is not already displayed.
  4. Click the Clear History button. The browser will ask you to confirm that this is what you want to do.
  5. Click "yes" to erase your browser cache.
  6. Next, click Delete Files under Temporary Internet Files.
  7. Check the option for Delete all offline content and then click OK.
  8. When files have been cleared and the hourglass symbol disappears, click OK to close the Internet Options form and return to your browser. You may now close the browser, or go elsewhere on the Internet without leaving any sign that you used the ISO forms.

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