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The website title, clickable lists, and the information-article on this site are displayed on your computer by your internet browser, in the following screen layout:
The website title across the top of the screen.
Two separate lists of clickable items on the left side of the screen; each list has a title above it.
To the right of the lists, the screen displays the related information-article with its 'article-title' above it.
This help article is displayed under its title 'Website Help'.
The leftmost list of 'clickable items' is headed 'WEBSITE Contents'. If you click on a 'WEBSITE Contents' item, the second list displays related topics. At the same time, the information article-page for the first topic is displayed under its 'article-title'.
If you do have any problems finding your way around the site please do let us know. While we may not be able to satisfy everyone, we will do our best to please as many of our clients and visitors as possible.
If you do find this website easy to use we should also be pleased to have you comment.
Click the 'Print Page' link which is located at the top of this and each other 'information-article' 'frame'/'section' of the screens displayed by this website on your computer monitor screen.
Where you are given print-options on your screen, select the option to print the 'selected frame' only.
Our website design necessitates the special arrangement to print our page contents.
Unless the site-visitor is an experienced browser-user, the normal print facility of the browser may not print the 'information-article' 'frame'/'section' of the screen.
To date we are unable to print in the Opera browser so for the time being our website will not be displayed in it.
Our web pages are designed to keep a 'frame' with a 'Website Topics' list on the left side of your computer monitor screen at all times.
The 'information-article' related to each 'topic' is displayed in this
'frame' of each screen.
(ie. Where these help notes are now displayed.)
The 'favorite' will be stored under the 'Favorites' option of your browser menu.
The 'bookmark' will be stored under the 'Communicator' option of your browser menu.
If you do have any problems finding your way around the site please do let us know. While we may not be able to satisfy everyone, but we will do our best for our clients and visitors.
Help may also be available from your browser's manufacturer.
If you do find the site easy to use we should also be pleased to have you comment.
Our webpages are designed to keep a 'frame' with the contents and topics lists on-screen at all times. The details-section of the page is displayed in this 'frame' of each screen.
Visitors to this website should be able to download the information from the website onto their computer, using the appropriate facility of the visitor's browser.
A download to '3 levels of link' would ensure that all information on the website is downloaded.
The following methods can be used to download specific screen displays while visiting this website.
While on the internet, the visitor should visit each page of our website that you wish to download for viewing when not connected to your internet line.
When a website visitor goes off-line, some of the web pages visited will normally remain on the computer, and can be viewed off-line.
The number of pages which remain may be reduced by the setup of your browser, the setup of your computer, the available computer memory and 'hard-disk' space.
(Please also read 'Further Download Help' note below.)
Visit each of our web page which is of interest to you then mark them as a 'Favorite' or 'Bookmark' in your browser, and use the browser's facility to make the details available for off-line viewing.
On a 'Windows PC' a click of the right-button of the mouse, on a non-picture section of the 'information-article' 'frame'/'section' of the dispaly screen should show an option for the site-visitor to mark the 'page' as a 'favorite' or 'bookmark'.(Please also see 'Further Download Help' note below).
If both of the above 'download' methods fail to work for you then please check the setup of your browser or send a note of your problem to us, including the following information.
If you cannot download the files of our website, as a temporary work-around, please use the 'Print Page' option at the top of each of the 'information-article' sections of our website display, to make a printed copy of a particular 'information-article'.