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Downloading the Tutorial Files

This tutorial is always available from our web site at http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/tut/

You may experience improved performance if you download the tutorial files to your local computer, so you are not constantly "hitting" our web server. We package it as a completely self-contained unit that can even be used off-line. The tutorial includes nearly 500 HTML and image files that occupy about 2.2 MB of disk space.

When you have successfully decompressed the downloaded archive, you should have a folder/director named "Writing HTML" and inside should be two files and another sub-directory/folder that has many more files. To begin, select Open File... from the File menu of your web browser. Look for a file called "start.html" and open it from within your web browser. From there, follow the hypertext link to the tutorial welcome page.

We've provided 3 download sites in case one of them gets busy. It does happen!

If you wish to mirror our tutorial on your own intranet or intenet web server, see our easy, brief copyright statement.

 o Download the Tutorial files for Macintosh [1.7 MB]
Macintosh BinHex/StuffIt format, use Aladdin StuffIt Expander

 o Download the Tutorial files for Windows 95/NT [1.2 MB]
Zip Archive .ZIP format, use WinZip to expand

 o Download the Tutorial files for Windows 3.1 and OS/2 (FAT) [631k]
Windows ZIP format, use Aladdin StuffIt Expander or WinZip. No longer upated because of the thankless and tedious chore of renaming all files and links to ".HTM"!

 o Download the Tutorial files for Unix [1.3 MB]
UNIX gzip-compressed format; run uncompress then tar

Now, if you are ready, return to the index of lessons

Writing HTML: The Lessons
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