Re: HTML viewers redefined....
Alan C. Wolfson (wolfson@SCAMP.MV.COM)
Mon, 2 Sep 1996 11:13:40 -0400
I think a better way to display the power of Web Browsers is to
download a bunch of web pages and let the Roundtable attendees get familiar
with them by letting them click on the links and seeing what happens.
There's a handy shareware program called Grab It which you can point at a
web site and it will make a local copy of that site on your hard drive. It
reformats all of the links so that using a browser on the local copy acts
exactly like being online.
If, however, you really want to make a slide show, you could use a
screen capture program like Paint Shop Pro to grab the screens that you
want, and then use the slide show feature to display them (or Power Point, etc).
I too am planning to display Scouting resources on the Internet at
our Boy Scout Roundtables this year.
Yours in Scouting,
Alan Wolfson Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner
Nashua, NH Arrowhead District
email@example.com Daniel Webster Council
I used to be a bear....
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City