Dear Colleagues:

I know about the frustration of waiting for graphic intensive pages to
load on my computer and I've found one thing that helps, anyway.

I use Netscape Navigator as my web browser.  In the main window menu
(not an E-Mail or other window)  under the  OPTIONS menu you can uncheck
"Autoload Images".  Then, when you load a web page, it will be loaded
without most of the graphics -- but with their location and contents
indicated, most of the time.

You can click on and load only the graphics you want to see -- saves
time and aggravation.

Penny Martin
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PGHC Medical Library
3001 Hospital Drive
Cheverly  MD   20785
USA