INTRODUCTION. This article is about how to view and print the most of the articles in this website, which are in html format. A few things are in pdf or png formats which must be handled differently.

HOW TO VIEW ARTICLES ON SCREEN. Reduce the width of your browser to read these articles. Otherwise lines of text will be too long. All browsers have a way to reduce the width, but they do not all work the same way.

Most browsers have two modes: one mode where you cannot adjust the width, and one mode where you can adjust the width. On older browsers there was a rectangle in the upper right corner that you could click on to change modes. On newer browsers click anywhere near the top edge of the browser to change modes.

When you have the browser in the correct mode, move the mouse to the lower right hand corner of the browser, hold down the mouse button and drag the lower right hand corner of the browser to the left to reduce the width.

Any text in this website that appears in blue is a link; if you click on it you see something else. Blue text is never used simply for emphasis.

HOW TO PRINT ARTICLES. The html articles can be printed out with your browser. The figures will be included with the article. Why would you want to print them? This web site may not be available much longer, given the old age of the author. If you do not have a printer, most document copy shops will let you use their computers and printers to print out these web pages, or will do it for you. They will also staple the pages together. The large articles will require a large 12 inch (30 cm) stapler and 5/8 inch (1.59 cm) staples.

How wide the browser screen is adjusted has no effect on how the articles will print if you choose to print them on paper. How they print on paper depends on how you adjust the settings in your browser for printing. How you adjust the settings for printing has no effect on how the articles appear on screen. These settings are in all browsers but are often difficult and frustrating to find. When you find them, you should set the margins. Since many of these articles will require many pages to print out, you will want to staple the pages together along the left edge of the stack of pages. For this reason the left margin will be set larger than the other margins. If you look at any book you will see that the lines of text to not go all the way to the edge of the page, there is a margin between the text and the page. Set the margins for top, right, and bottom at one inch, or 2.54 cm. Set the left margin at 1.5 inches, or 3.81 cm. In the same place where you set margins you can usually cause the pages to be numbered.

If you want to donate the articles to your local library, you will not want to staple the pages together. You will want the articles to be bound together as a book. To find a good book binder call the library of the nearest college or university and ask them which commercial book binder they use. If you are going to the trouble and expense of binding the articles, do not skimp on cheap paper. The most durable and permanent paper is 100% cotton paper in a 20 pound weight. Such paper can be obtained from Amazon.com as Southworth Thesis paper. The durable book binding material used by most libraries is buckram in a color of your choice.

THE STYLE OF THESE WEB PAGES. The style of these html articles is called liquid layout. When the web was originally invented this is the only style that was expected to be used. It is the best style for web pages that have significant amounts of information content. Most web sites do not have significant amounts of information content. This style allows you to choose fine print or large print independently of what size margins you use to print the documents out.

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