Q: Can I modify AnimalBehavior.Net web pages (HTML)
and Word documents?
A: Yes - as long as you don't remove
Q: How do I modify web
pages and documents?
A: Use "Print Friendly" button
Open a blank document your editing program (i.e. Microsoft Word)
Create a new folder under My Documents called, "Behavior" to use for
saving new behavior documents.
Open the webpage you wish to copy
orange Print Friendly button on web pages first
Click on your mouse anywhere on the page and at the top menu, left
click on Edit and then on Select All
click and select Copy
Go to your blank page and right
click to select Paste
Then, Save As to your NEW
local computer folder called, Behavior, under My Documents on C:Drive
or CD, TIP: Name the document the same as the one you opened
can edit (customize), save and print.
Q: How do I obtain a Microsoft Word document?A: If you do not have a
document programs, you can download
the Word viewer free here.
Q: Why do I get errors when I choose "open" instead of "view"
after I click the link to a document?
A: Some computers may have Word Viewer software that is not compatible with
our documents. Some browsers may also crash when using external software
such as the Word Viewer. We recommend that you save the files you plan
to edit to your local computer, then open them in Microsoft Word to modify and print
them. You can download it
Q: How do I print web pages or Word documents?
A Print Friendly button is
available on many pages and allows you to print without the banner and
left hand navigation.
Q: What if we do want to
edit a page but do NOT want to save the document to our local computer?
A: If you do not wish to save the document to your computer, you may
skip the Save As step above, modify the document and print it as a
Master Copy to be photocopied. TIP: If the document is not saved, when
you close the screen changes are not saved.
Q: Why are some words underlined
A: When the
text is in blue, it either signifies an email address, a web address, or an active link that opens an
Q: How do I open the blue link in Word
Move your cursor over the text in blue and hold down the
control key while
you left click on the mouse one time.
Q: I opened a document,
now how do I get back to the web site without closing the doc window?
When you are done reading, saving, modifying, or printing the document,
click on your browser BACK arrow (top left). If you have modified the document,
or even just printed it, your browser may ask if you want to save your
changes. If you plan to save the document to your folder on the computer,
click yes, and you will be prompted to name the file and choose a location
for it. If you do not want to save the file to your computer, you must