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Site useage guide

Photos

Many of the photos on this site are shown initially as a small 'thumbnail' version, for quicker download. If you move the mouse cursor over one and it changes into a hand with a pointing finger (representing a link), you can left-click on it for a larger version.

Microsoft Word files

Microsoft Word v7 'DOC' files on this site are designated by this icon Word icon - if you do not have Microsoft Word on your machine, you may use Microsoft Word Viewer to view Word files. This product, available free of charge, is a viewer only and does not allow you to make changes to Word documents.

If you already have Microsoft Word, you can configure your browser to open Word when you click on Word files by going into your general preferences and configuring the helper app.

To download the file instead of viewing it, Right-Click on the icon. Netscape users select “Save Link As...” to download the file. Internet Explorer users select “Save Target As...”. Macintosh users should click on the icon and hold down the mouse button until a menu appears. Then select “Save this link as...”.

JavaScript

JavaScript is used on this site for creating special 'photo albums' and for showing full-sized versions of photos in a separate popup window. If you do not have JavaScript enabled in your browser, these features (and some others on the site) will not work.

Printing

Although all the pages on this site use a black background when viewed on-screen, the style sheets have been configured to switch this to a white background with non-white text (mostly black, in fact) when printed. This may not work for some older browsers though!

Adobe Acrobat PDF files

Adobe Acrobat 'PDF' files on this site are designated by this icon Acrobat icon - publications in the PDF format can be viewed, navigated and printed using the freely available Acrobat Reader software from Adobe Systems Inc. Versions of Acrobat Reader run on DOS, Windows, Macintosh and Unix systems.

As with Word, the PDF files can be viewed within your browser if you set it up to do so, or they can be downloaded using the Right-Click method.