If you're using Netscape, just "shift-click" on the
file you're downloading, which will give you the "save-as" option. In
IE, right-click on the link and choose "save target as". Or did you try
this already? Thanks!
On Mon, 14 Jan 2002, John D Thiesen wrote:
> This will seem like a dumb question, but where do I get the ead.dtd,
> eadbase.ent, etc. files for trying out EAD in Wordperfect 9? The EAD
> cookbook site (http://www.iath.virginia.edu/ead/cookbookhelp.html) won't
> give them to me; it just crashes my browser every time I try to ftp the
> files. Is there someplace else they can be obtained?
> John Thiesen
> Bethel College
> North Newton, KS
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