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This site started out as a place to keep class schedules and syllabi.  It's grown to become a collection of Windows and Microsoft Office web sites.
Some general and just plain interesting places are, also, included in the lists.
If you click on Search on the Navigation bar, you'll be taken to a search engine that will locate keywords on the site.
If you click on Web Index you'll be able to browse all of the lists.

The contents and suggestions contained on this site reflect my opinions alone. They are not the opinions or recommendations of Tacoma Community College, it's employees or directors. For the official policy see: TCC Policies

The information contained on these pages is for use only as a technical support resource, and may not be reproduced in print, electronic, or other form without the express written permission of the contributors. Any links to any articles produced by an outside party are bound to that group's copyrights, and are not subject to the same copyright as these pages. These pages are operated as a free service, and there is no charge for the use of information on these pages for technical support purposes. Where intellectual property laws exist, the information on these pages is included in that category. For further information, please contact Doug Klippert. The information contained on these pages is neither sanctioned nor approved by Microsoft Corporation (or any of it's subsidiaries thereof), and should not be interpreted as a representation of Microsoft's opinions, technical support information, or product information. Any trademarks used on these pages are acknowledged as trademarks of their respective owners, and not trademarks this site.

Most of this site was set in Trebuchet font:
Trebuchet, designed by Vincent Connare in 1996, is a humanist sans serif designed for easy screen readability. Trebuchet takes its inspiration from the sans serifs of the 1930s which had large x heights and round features intended to promote readability on signs. The typeface name is credited to a puzzle heard at Microsoft, where the question was asked, "could you build a Trebuchet (a form of medieval catapult) to launch a person from the main campus to the consumer campus, and how?" The Trebuchet fonts are intended to be the vehicle that fires your messages across the Internet. "Launch your message with a Trebuchet page".
Editable embedding allowed; fonts may be embedded in documents, but must only be installed temporarily on the remote system.

For more information, see the Microsoft Typography web site

The design layout is from Erick A Meyer


Valid CSS! Valid XHTML 1.0!

Last edited 18 July, 2004
Links verified 18 July, 2004