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This Documentation section serves as the documentation center for the NEPTUNE power system development project. It is available to the general public and is also meant as a resource to inform members of the research/user community.

Use Microsoft Internet Explorer (preferred) or Netscape, which may ask you to save the file to disk before you can open it.

The left panel of the page gives the directory tree structure at the folder level. The two buttons (top right of panel) will collapse and expand the structure.

The right panel lists the files in the directory that is open on the left.

To display and/or print the complete file directory, click on a folder on the left panel of the page. On the right panel of the page, click on the icon in the upper left and the complete file structure will appear in the right panel. To print the complete file structure, click on the printer icon on the upper right of the right panel of the page.

To identify the directory location of a file, mouse-over the file icon to the left of the file name and the full location and file name will appear.

PCs:
To view a file in the browser, left click on its icon. When finished with the file, use the browser "Back" key. Alternatively, right click and choose "open link, "open link in new window," or "save target as ..." The latter will download the file to a location you specify.

Macs:
To view a file in the browser, left click on its icon. This starts the file program and opens the file. Right click and choose "open link in new window," or "download link to disk."

Uploading files into the Documentation section of the Power Web Site requires a power user login/password.
All qualified persons are encouraged to contact Janet Olsonbaker for a password (janeto@apl.washington.edu, or 206-543-3225).

Use the "Browse" (top, right panel) button to select a file. When the file has been specified, use the "Upload File" button next to "Browse" to post the file. File names must not have spaces, and must have standard file extensions.

Removing files from the Documentation section of the Power Web Site requires a power user login/password.

All qualified persons are encouraged to contact Janet Olsonbaker for a password (janeto@apl.washington.edu, or 206-543-3225).

Click the empty box to the left of the file name icon. A check mark appears in this box. You may select more than one file to remove at one time. Then click the "Remove File(s)" button located below the "Upload File" button. The file(s) are then removed from the Documentation section.

For questions, please contact Janet Olsonbaker (janeto@apl.washington.edu, or 206-543-3225).