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It can be viewed in Netscape Communicator V4.76 but certain features are not available and some fonts may change.
The menu at the left of the window contains direct links to some of the pages on the website (but not all) and to useful pages on other websites. The menu is on all of the pages on this site so you do not have to link through several pages or click on Back to return to your favourite page.
The blue navigation bar at the bottom of the screen links to some of the Dog Rescues Network pages.
How To Make Sure You See the Most Recent Version of the Web Page
In Internet Explorer:Click on Tools From the pull down menu click on Internet Options Under Temporary Internet Files click on the Settings button The Settings box says Check for newer versions of stored pages Select Every visit to the page Click on the OK button
Click on the OK button again
Explorer should now always load the latest copy of the page.
Press F5 on your keyboard to re-load the page.Instructions are for Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.00
How to Make Attachments Decodable When Sent Using Outlookby Chris Vasquez Ever wonder where WINMAIL.DAT attachments come from? It's a Microsoft Exchange "feature". Since Exchange supports rich-text email (bold, italic, multiple fonts, etc.), and Internet email doesn't, any email sent from Exchange to a non-Exchange mail reader will contain an attachment called WINMAIL.DAT. If you use Exchange, you won't see this file, and the message will retain its formatting. However, it can be confusing for those who don't use Exchange (you, I, and the majority of the Internet population), and have no use for this file. In MS Outlook and Outlook Express: On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Mail Format (or "Send") tab. Under the Send tab is the message format list, select Plain Text (NOT Rich Text Format), and then click OK. Now your attached file will be readable! From the original ModemHelp.net web page http://www.modemhelp.net/newsletter/email/winmaildat.shtml
Page updated: February 12th 2009