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My Brethren and Friends:

As I travel and attend meetings and talk to individuals who are new to surfing the Internet, I find that there are those who do not realize that web pages usually have a number of different kinds of links. Some links take you to a specificed location on the same page, some to other pages on the same server and some to pages on a different server.

A link command can be a word or a combination of several words on a page which are usually underlined and a different color than the majority of the text on the page, such as: example. They can also be a graphic such as a picture or special symble like the button which I use on a number of my pages.

You can identify a link by moving the mouse pointer, usually an arrow, to the word or graphic. If the arrow changes to the picture of a hand with a pointing finger, you have located a link point. To execute the link, click the left mouse button while the "finger" is pointing to the link location.

If you have not already done so, you can read my Biographical Data by clicking on the following Link:

Jack Canard, Webmaster

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