Shockwave. Flash. RealPlayer. QuickTime. iPIX. and other Internet plug-ins, helper applications, and browser extending tools can make using the Web a snap. With this guide to the Internet's most dynamic applications, you'll learn which plug-ins are best installed on public workstations, which best meet different staff needs, which to use on a library Web site-and perhaps most important, which are most likely to cause problems. Approximately 15 of the most essential plug-ins are discussed. Don't let your staff, your patrons, and your Internet access become mired in a cyber-swamp of useless bells and whistles. Find out how to make the best use of office applications, image-viewing tools, sound enhancers, video players, and more.All of my files with a DOC (XLS) extension still launch the viewer only. Solution: Your registry still recognizes Word (Excel) Viewer as the default program for running DOC (XLS) files. Uninstall the ... How do I change the print settings? Solution:anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Librarian's and Information Professional's Guide to Plug-ins and Other Web Browser Tools|
|Author||:||Candice M. Benjes-Small, Melissa L. Just|
|Publisher||:||Neal Schuman Pub - 2002-01|