Site Search & Navigation
Please NOTE: The site is currently being revised and most content has been removed.
A quick look at Hints on Using this Site may resolve any issues you're having with viewing or navigating this site.
Search this Site
The Google Site Search tool will search this site when the button next to Search this site is selected:
- The bulk of the content on this site has been removed and any search results will return “a page not found” (404) error.
- Not all content is listed by search engines. Temporary or new content is less likely to be included.
Hints on Using this Site
Works in Any Device
The site is designed to respond to device screen size and to present the best possible viewing experience for the visitor no matter how they view the site.
External Links Open New Windows
- These are not pop-up windows. Simply close the new tab or window to return to this site.
Different Browsers — Different Experiences
Unlike printed documents, each browser can display pages differently even within the same operating system.
You should be able to view the content on this site with any browser although your experience may not be optimal when using older browsers.
Use a Recent Web Browser
Running obsolete (unsupported or unpatched) software makes you vulnerable and puts everyone at risk by allowing the spread of malware, viruses and security holes that can be exploited by hackers, governments and other parties that threaten our privacy.
Mozilla's Updates Make Us All Stronger has instructions for updating Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, Android plus current browsers and their plugins.
You can download a current browser that displays this site as it was intended from the Russ Harvey's Web Browser page.
Text May Be Enlarged/Reduced
Text sizes may be increased/decreased in modern browsers if you have difficulty viewing the default sizes or if the default sizing doesn't work for you. This function varies by browser and version, but try holding down the
Ctrl button and pressing:
+(plus) to increase the text size;
-(minus) to decrease the text size; and
0(zero) to reset the page to 100% (the default) — not supported in IE.
The Zoom function is usually located in the
View menu when menus are displayed. Most modern browsers have hidden these settings to preserve the space at the top of the page because newer monitors are wider but not as tall. Look for the Zoom settings in the Options or Toolbar icons.
Several documents on this site are provided in PDF, a format that displays content correctly whatever program created it.
A number in brackets — e.g. (PDF–250 KB) — indicates the size of the document in Kilobytes (KB) or Megabytes (MB).
Firefox & Other Browsers will Display PDFs
In most cases, these documents will display inside current versions of browsers like Firefox.
However, you may wish to download and view the document with a dedicated PDF reader.
Download a Free PDF Reader
Nitro Reader (recommended), Adobe Acrobat Reader DC or any other PDF reader is capable of managing these files.
Nitro PDF Reader
Make it. Mark it. Sign it. Share it.
Adobe Reader Not Recommended
Updated: February 4, 2017