From Windows, you can print this page by pressing Ctrl-P; on a Mac use Cmnd-P.

If you're having trouble please let me know what browser (and what version) you are using.

I hope you won't get lost navigating this Web Site.  I've tried to make it simple, so most pages are no more than two clicks away.

The menu at the top of the screen gives a number of section headings, and when you enter the site you see the Home page.  Clicking on one of the headings displays the appropriate section in the body of the screen.

Some of the sections have one or more [buttons] on their heading line which will bring a sub-section into the lower part, but the menu is always there to stop you getting lost.  I've put a [Back] button to the left of each page title (that white arrow on a purple background before the word “Help”) but you shouldn't often need it; just click on Section and then Sub-section if any.

Most of the sections are longer than your screen, in which case you can use the scroll-bar on the right to move up or down the text.  I prefer to use the [Page Up], [Page Down], [Home] and [End] keys (ctrl-[Home] and ctrl-[End] on Netscape) — but then I'm not a great fan of Windows and I often prefer the keyboard to the mouse!

Some of the sections and sub-sections contain underlined references to other Web Sites (or sometimes other pages of this Web Site).  Clicking on these will display the other Web Site full-screen.

The display of any website depends on your screen resolution and your font size.

If you don't want to change your Windows display but you would like more to fit your screen, you can switch to smaller fonts within Internet Explorer.By the way, if you're in full-screen mode with IE you can right-click on the toolbar and click on Auto Hide.  (I don't think you can do this on a Mac, which doesn't have a right mouse button.)  This means that the toolbar disappears until you move your cursor to the very top of the screen, giving you a bigger viewable area.  The mouse must be at the very top before the toolbar will reappear.  And I assume you know that you can right-click on the Windows taskbar, click Properties and then click Auto hide to do the same trick with the taskbar — why have things on your screen that you don't often need?

If you're still confused, please Contact me.