PHOTO GALLERYIMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS

MAXIMIZE YOUR BROWSER.  SET MONITOR TO 32-BIT TRUE COLOR AND 1024x768 RESOLUTION.  ADJUST BRIGHTNESS AND CONTRAST FOR MOST VIVID PICTURE.

To see the captions, you may need to use FULL SCREEN mode (use the F11 key in Internet Explorer and Netscape).  The caption should change when a picture is selected.

If your screen is adjusted properly, you should see a row of ten thumbnail images at the top of the Photo Gallery, and a large wood-grain rectangle in the center of the screen, surrounded by evenly spaced brick walls.  If the ten thumbnail images do not fit in the box neatly, you need to adjust your screen to 1024x768 resolution.  In Windows, right-click on the desktop.  Select the settings tab.  Change the "Colors" to True Color (if you have it) or High Color (if you do not have True Color).  Change the "Screen Area" to 1024x768.  Click OK to accept the settings (this may make all your icons and fonts smaller).

Try the Photo Gallery again, and maximize the Browser window.  Do the thumbnails fit in the box neatly?  If so, click on one of the thumbnails.  Does the photograph fill the center window neatly?  If not, experiment with your Screen Area settings again until everything fits.

Select a photo by clicking on one of the thumbnails.  If the photo looks dull, or is too bright or too dark, experiment with the brightness and contrast buttons on your monitor.  Once you get the photos the right size and brightness, browse to your heart’s content by selecting image sets on the left, and then clicking on the thumbnail images at the top.

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