Re: Fleur-de-lis Bullets
Charlie Morrison (Morrisonch@AOL.COM)
Sun, 7 Jun 1998 07:50:31 EDT
Here is another approach to getting the graphics you need for your document.
Go find a Scouting web page with any "cool" graphics you want and copy them.
A good example would be Alan Housers Troop 24 page at:
When you get the page up and running on your browser, go to "view" and click
"source" or "page source". This will get you the coded document which is the
source of the page you are looking at. Find the graphic you are looking for,
in this case the fleur-de-lis; take its location and file name and add it to
the base address. Example:
This will give you the graphic. Then you can save that graphic file to your
hard drive and use it in the future as a bullet, or manipulate it for other
purposes. The point is that any graphic you see on the web is available to
you through this procedure.
Fort Benning (GA) District MC
Troop 27 Sa (New Scouts)
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City