Here is a scaled-down image of a manuscript page. It displays at roughly the same size as the original (if you canít see it all on your screen, use the scroll bar):
This image is still readable, but for larger version (still not the original size), click on the word ENLARGEMENT, and one will appear. Be patient: it is a big file and may take some time.
You will learn how to cut out bits of these facsimiles in order to paste them into your
descriptions. Here is a cut-out from the original full-size image:
|To copy the facsimile above to your machine, so that you can play with it, and print it out, click on the picture with the right-hand side of the mouse. A window will appear asking you to ĎSave Image As ...í. Click on this and a window will open with the file-name and drive number. Save it on the floppy disk in your A: drive. You can then view it on Paintshop Pro or another graphics package.|
|Now go to the larger version and do the same with that.|
If you have time you can look at another facsimile;
a really silly picture.
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