Viewing the Handbook Using a WWW Browser
In order to take full advantage of the Handbook, you will need to use Netscape Navigator 2.0 or 3.0 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.1 or 3.0 as your
browser. Because the browser will be using only files located
on your computer, a modem and Internet connection are not required. Simply launch your browser
locally by double-clicking its icon or file name.
NOTE: If you have multiple browsers installed on your system, make sure to select the same browser
that you selected during installation. (If you want to change browsers, see Appendix B, Upgrading or Changing Your Word Processor or WWW
Launch the word processor you chose during installation.
You do not need to open a document. Just be sure that the word processor is the active application.
Press Ctrl + Alt + Shift + H to run
Open Handbook. NOTE: The "H" is not case sensitive.
You do not need to open any application.
Press Command + Option + H to run Open
Handbook. NOTE: The "H" is not case sensitive
You should now be viewing the title page of The Mayfield Handbook of Technical & Scientific
Writing. If you are viewing a page other than the title page (or if you are unsure), scroll
down to the end of the page, and click on the Home link.
TIP: While viewing the home page for the first time, create a bookmark for future reference (see
Useful Browser Functions). After doing this, you will
be able to access the Handbook directly from your browser in one step.
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