Concise Summary of the Material on this Site
Site Navigator Help
Scroll the left window to view the Table of
Contents. Clicking on a link in the left window will
open that page in the right window. Clicking on a
link on the page in the right window will open the
new page in the right window.
How can I get rid of the window on the left?
There are three ways to change or eliminate the
window on the left. First, you can put your pointer
on the thin bar that separates the two windows (just
to the right of the left window's scroll bar), and
then drag the bar to the left to make it more
narrow, or go away almost entirely. And moving it to
the right will make it wider. Also, you can make the
right window larger in proportion to the left window
by dragging the whole window open wider at the
bottom right corner. You may also want to adjust
your browser's font size if it's too large on these
The second way to get rid of the left window is to
right click a link in the left window and choose,
"Open in New Window." Or on Mac, put the pointer in
the right frame, and hold down the mouse to reveal a
menu (on some Mac browsers use the Control key as
you do this). Choose: "New window with this frame".
In either case, the original window with the left
and right frames will remain... while a new window
with no frames opens in front of it.
The third way to get rid of the left window is to
use the link "Leave Frames" at the top of the left
window. This will take you the Site Guide page, and
from there you can go to whatever page you choose,
with no left window. The original Site Navigator
window will remain behind the new window that is
opened for the Site Guide, so you can return to it
whenever you like.