The screen image of each picture is a low-resolution
color image designed for the Web only. If you intend to
use an image in print, look for the link below the picture.
Right click on the link to download. From the pop-up menu,
select "Save target as" or "Save link as"
(depending on your browser). If you want to use
the screen version of the art in an online Web site or
your company's intranet, simply right click on the picture
and select "Save target as" or "Save link
as." Mac users click and hold on links and
pictures to get the pop-up menu.
If you intend to use the PAGES pictures on your website
or intranet, then you can use the screen image. Copy the
screen image by right clicking and selecting Copy Picture
or Download Picture from the popup menu OR, if you are
a Mac user, click, hold and select Copy Picture.
Download all the stories and art for each month from
the "Compressed Collections" page. You will
find the link on ind2.html (page 2) of each ONLINE issue.
Netscape Navigator has a bug, which is solely to problem
of Netscape and has nothing to do with the PAGES files,
that makes it impossible to correctly download compressed
exe files. You will find special zip links on the Compressed
Collections page for Navigator.
You can click once on a story link and read the story
online. But if you wish to use it, download the text file
by right clicking and choosing "Save Target As"
or "Save Link As" on the popup menu. The
stories are store in "ASCII" or Text format,
so they are compatible with all word processors. This
means all formatting is removed.
If you copy the text file off the screen, it will have
no returns, so be sure to right click on the link to use
The Pages website is designed to be read just like the
printed version of the magazine. You may choose
either the page number you'd like to go to by choosing
the page number hyperlink in the upper left hand corner
of the page. You may also page through by choosing
"Next" and "Previous" in the left