Help with using JackFritscher.com

Site Navigation
How do I find my way around the site?

Site Content
Is the content on your site in copyright?
Can I link to your site?

Technical Issues
How can I print tables?
How do I import a table into a spreadsheet?
Why do you use frames on your site?
Do you have a "no-frames" alternative?
How do I print frames?
How do I bookmark frames?
The text on your website is too small.

PDF Files
How do I get the Adobe Acrobat Software?
How do I load Adobe Acrobat?
I have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed and I still cannot view a PDF file.

Site Navigation

How do I find my way around the site?

There are two primary methods for navigating the site. 1) Use the Site Navigator, located on the black field on the left side of each page, organized as a “Subject Index.” 2) Use the SEARCH page to locate specific words, phrases, or information.

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Site Content

Is the content on your site in copyright?

Yes.

The copyright terms and conditions for use are located on each page. As the material is in copyright, you cannot copy and past the material onto another site without prior authorization from the copyright holder. If you need further assistance on use of the content, please contact Jack Fritscher.

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Can I link to your site?

Yes. We are happy for you to link to the site, and appreciate your interest in the information provided.

Because the content of this site is frequently revised, we recommend that you link to a main index page rather than an individual document. This will ensure that your site visitors are able to access current information.

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Technical Issues

How can I print tables?

When printing tables ensure you have your paper source set to landscape. Some tables are large and you may wish to incorporate them into a spreadsheet to facilitate printing.

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How do I import a table into a spreadsheet?

HTML tables can easily be incorporated into spreadsheet packages like Microsoft Excel. There are two simple ways to do this: 1) select the table in your browser window and simply copy and paste into your spreadsheet. 2) Save the web page containing the table and then open the file using your favorite spreadsheet software.

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Why do you use frames on your site?

Frames are a technique used on the web to allow multiple pages to be displayed within one window of your browser. Using frames allows all of the graphics associated with navigation to be downloaded onto your computer and reused as the information content changes. This means that the average download time of each page is reduced.

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Do you have a no-frames alternative?

No. All pages that are delivered in a frame-set will not have a no-frames alternative. Your browser must support frames. Note: Only a few older versions of browsers do not support frames.

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How do I print frames?

One of the advantages of using frames is that you can print the content of a page without printing the often unnecessary navigation tools. To print just the desired content, click your mouse on the area that you want to print and select PRINT menu of your browser.

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How do I bookmark frames?

If you desire to bookmark the specific content on a page (the frame), right-click on the desired content area to reveal the frame-popup window, then > THIS FRAME > BOOKMARK THIS FRAME.

If you desire to bookmark the site, merely add a bookmark using the Add Bookmark or Favorites in your browser.

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The text on your website is too small.

The text size on your internet browser needs to be reset. To do this select "View" from the top menu bar. Select "Text Size" and then select a font size to suite you.

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PDF Files

How do I get the Adobe Acrobat Software?

Visit www.Adobe.com for a free copy of the Adobe Acrobat Reader software. Follow the download and installation instructions given by Adobe.

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How do I load Adobe Acrobat?

If you have followed the Adobe Acrobat installation instructions and already have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer, your internet browser should launch the Acrobat plug-in automatically. If you have saved the PDF file to your hard-drive you can double-click on the file to invoke the Acrobat viewer. You can save the PDF file to your hard drive or to a drive of your choice by right-clicking on the PDF link and >SAVE LINK AS.

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I have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed and I still cannot view a PDF file.

On occasion difficulties can be experienced viewing a PDF file, these problems can range from a blank white screen in the browser window to a frozen computer. To overcome this problem you can download the file to your computer and view it. To do this you must position your mouse pointer over the link which takes you to the PDF file and right click the mouse button. Select SAVE TARGET AS, then specify where you want to save the file on your computer and the file will download. You should then be able to open the file with Acrobat Reader without any difficulty.

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