This site has two (2) horizontal menu bars
. At the top of the Home Page is
menu bar 1. It's for basic things, like getting HOME or getting HELP. About
2 inches down is menu bar 2, a 'dropdown
' menu bar. Mousing over a menu word
here causes one or more sub-menus
: In menu bar 2, some menus and sub-menus are hyperlinks, and some are not.
Where a menu word is underlined, it is a link to another page,
and its sub-menus are for 'information only', i.e. they are not links.
In menu bar 2, where a menu word is not underlined it is NOT a link, but its
sub-menus ARE links to other pages. Less confusing once you get the hang of it.
Some of the pages you visit will show up in the central viewport of the Home Page.
Other pages will take over the whole window the Home Page was using. To get back,
use the browser's 'Back' button. Purpose of 'short' and 'full' page display: Make
navigation easier - don't leave the Home Page central viewport unless necessary.
' menu pick is to give a quick overview of information
available in this site,
not to be used for another form of navigation.
Operation of the central viewport:
Some short pages that show up in the central
viewport (center column) are short enough that a scrollbar is not required in the column.
Simply scroll up and down with the window's outer scroll bar, or just roll the mouse's
scroll wheel to see the full page. Some longer pages that show up in the central
viewport require a second scrollbar, which shows up automatically. In this case, just
click the mouse anywhere in the central viewport, and use the mouse's scroll wheel exclusively
to scroll to the end of the page. No need to use the window's outer scrollbar.
of this web site is to provide basic information about the Club,
how to get here,
what we provide, what it costs, etc., and to deliver in digital, full color form, the Orange Bytes
Newsletter. The 'Bytes' is also delivered to members via snail-mail in hard copy, B/W form. It gets
archived for research purposes. If you need the Bytes in color format, print it directly from the
downloaded PDF file.
Directly below menu bar 1 on the Home Page, we have provided a 'site search capability
which is ultimately provided by Google. When Google searches this site, our archived PDF's all
get searched. That means over 120 files beyond the html files. More on this topic on the intermediate
search page that you will encounter.
: To print pages from the center column, be sure to click your mouse in the center column
before you do File -> Print. To print the whole window contents, be sure to click outside the
center column first.
: If additional issues should be addressed in the Help Section, please let the webmaster
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Last update: 10/18/16