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All main pages have a navigation menu at the left margin (picture panes accessed via thumbnail images do not, but instead have a “Back” button located at or near the bottom of the panel to return the viewer to the referring page).
On the navigation menu at top left it can be seen that this site is divided into several sections, each one devoted to some logical historical interest or activity, as follows:
Please note that throughout the site there are prominently featured thumbnail images interspersed within the text, which are unmarked but functional links to image panes that feature one or more much larger scale images, along with oftentimes very detailed descriptions. An illustration of this is the example thumbnail image picture pane link at right. Hold the mouse over the image and click, and see what you get! There is a lot of otherwise “hidden” information that can be quickly accessed by simply clicking on highlighted links and/or the thumbnail images, and so don’t miss out by ignoring these links to additional treasures.
All Registry and Rollography database reports are in searchable PDF format. This means that when viewing any report in a a PDF reader, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can search the report for any string of characters. If, for instance, in a rollography report you want to find a particular roll number, tune, or composer it is possible to instantly find it by opening a search dialog box (usually using a key combination such as "Ctrl-F") and then entering the appropriate character string.