I should have reread your message before I hit send.....Sorry

I don't use web whacker to take pages... The software will save pages in its
proprietary format (on the version I tried).  I save pages off the web and
redo their linking to link from one page of the presentation to the next.
That way I can use the presentation off a floppy with any browser on any
computer. I have directions to do this on the Technical Page of the Learning

If anyone wants a walk-through of the process, let me know.  It's what we do
when there is no internet connection.  We affectionately call this our

Good luck with your presentation.

At 01:53 PM 1/27/98 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 98-01-27 13:41:20 EST, you write:
><< Try
> You can also get the application in .pdf there.
> Try it there, you'll have a better copy than a fax would provide.
> Judy Graves
>  >>
>Hi Judy,  I was in the collection today working on my presentation for
>Saturday and Lo and behold! I found the application.  You all are so clever!
>I will just show the teachers where to find it in the collection and let them
>copy it.  That way they get into the collection on their own.  Thanks for the
>URL.  I will put it out too.  While I am writing you, I wanted you to know
>that I am planning to use the wonderful presentation on Antietam (the one you
>showed me in Cincinnati) as part of my demonstration of the collection at the
>workshop.  I hope it all works.  I have been having problems with realaudio
>player so, if I can't get it to work I won't be able to use the music which
>will be a real shame.  The hotel where I am presenting does not have internet
>access so I am working on videotaping moving through the collection.  I think
>it will be easier than trying to work with webbuddy or webwhacker.  I will let
>you know how it goes.  Thanks again for responding to my e mail.
>Later, Laura