HOW TO MAKE THE MAINTENANCE TRAINING CENTER YOUR HOME PAGE

Home pages for Netscape, Excite, the Microsoft Network and others are great as start pages at home. At work, however, the maintenance and maintenance training professional needs a more focused group of resources.

With this in mind, and because our own bookmarks were becoming cumbersome, we started the The Maintenance Training Center.

While we do have plenty or general resources such as search engines, news sites and financial sites, we offer a wealth of maintenance and training-related resources on one simple "jump" page.

TO LEARN HOW TO MAKE OUR PAGE YOUR START PAGE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.

  • Netscape Navigator 4.x
    1. Click "Edit" on menu bar of Netscape Navigator.
    2. Click "Preferences".
    3. Select "Navigator" from Category list.
    4. In the "Navigator Starts with" section, click the "Home page" radio button.
    5. In the "Home page" section, in the "Location" text-entry box enter: http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
    6. Click the OK button.
  • Netscape Navigator 3.x
    1. Click "Options" on menu the bar of Netscape Navigator.
    2. Click "General Preferences".
    3. Select "Appearance" tab.
    4. In the "Startup" section click the "Home Page Location" button.
    5. In the "Startup" section, in the text-entry box enter: http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
  • Netscape Navigator 2.x
    1. Click "Options" on the menu bar of Netscape Navigator.
    2. Click "General Preferences".
    3. Select the "Appearance" tab.
    4. In the "Start With: Home Page Location" area type:
    http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
  • Netscape Navigator 1.2 and earlier.
    1. Click "Options" on the menu bar of Netscape Navigator.
    2. Click "Preferences".
    3. Select "Styles" from the pull-down menu.
    4. In the "Start With: Home Page Location" area type:
    http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x.
    1. Use this link to go to: http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
    2. Click "View" on the menu bar of Internet Explorer.
    3. Click "Internet Options".
    4. Select "General" tab.
    5. In the "Home Page" section, select the "Use Current" button.
    6. Select the "OK" button.
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x.
    1. Click "View" on menu bar of Internet Explorer.
    2. Click "Options".
    3. Select "Navigation" tab.
    4. With the "Start Page" selected, at "Address" type:
    http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.x.
    1. Use this link to go to: http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
    2. Click "View" on menu bar.
    3. Click "Options".
    4. Select "Start and Search Pages" tab.
    5. Click button "Use Current" then click "Apply".
  • AOL Web Browser
    1. On the menu bar click "Prefs".
    2. At the bottom of the dialog box, change "Your_Name Home Page" to:
    http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
  • Prodigy Web Browser.
    1. On menu bar click on "Options".
    2. Select "Home Page".
    3. Clicking on Home will navigate to: "Click on URL" and enter:
    http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
  • Net Cruiser
    1. On menu bar click "Settings".
    2. Click "WWW Options".
    3. In "Home Page" type:"
    http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
  • NCSA Mosaic
    1. On menu bar click on "Options".
    2. Click "Preferences".
    3. Select the "Document" tab.
    4. In "Home Page" type:
    http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm
  • Spry Mosaic
    1. On the menu bar click "Options".
    2. Click "Configuration".
    3. At the "URL" prompt type:
    http://www.dac-3d.com/DACTRNG/mainttrng.htm

 A Note About How Links Open In The Maintenance Training Center

When selecting a link in The Maintenance Training Center a new browser window opens for the new page. To return to The Maintenance Training Center click on the original browser window.

When selecting a second link the new page will again open in the second browser window. You must click on the second window to view it.

We have chosen this method so that you do not drift too far from your "home" and to avoid clicking on the "back" button numerous times to return home.

Happy Surfing!

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