Preparations for the Audit
Audit'97, Our CPA
|Overview of the Preparations|
This is the TABLE version of the sample document. It is here to contrast with the framed version.|
Rather than explain the preparations for the audit (the supposed topic of this document), the body of this page, and the other pages to which it is linked, will be:
An explanation of how this page works:
Please read this entire page scrolling down using the scrollbar as the text continues to see all of the details. When you are done with this page and the other pages in this sample document, use the "When to use frames writeup" link at the bottom to return to the Good Documents Technique that brought you here.
This page is designed for browser windows between 640x480 and 1024x768 in size to best show the effects. If you are running in a larger window, set your browser size to something in this range. The maximum size is to ensure that you need to scroll.
Also, the font size is assumed to be "medium" for Microsoft Internet Explorer or the default (variable width font set to size 12) for Netscape Navagator, or smaller.
With these settings, you should see a light yellow area at the top, one on the left, and one on the bottom (when you scroll down in this table version), and one scrollbar to the right of this text -- no other scrollbars.
The top area shows the title of this page of the document.
The left area shows:
The "When to use frames writeup" link on the bottom is a link back to the Good Documents page that linked to this document. Use it when you are finished reading this sample.
Try using the links on the bottom to move from page to page of this document. You will notice that it gives you a "You Are Here" indication through the use of bold. (You have to scroll down to see these links.)
The other links on the page (the See Also links, and the "Acme" corporate links) go to a deadend page in this example. They would go elsewhere in the corporate Intranet in a real situation. The mailto link goes to email@example.com.
Hopefully, you have had to scroll at this point.
Note how the title and the links at the top are no longer visible once we scroll. The links at the bottom eventually come into view.
This sample document consists of a single file, using a large table to simulate the frames.
It is bookmarkable. There is a unique URL for each page in this sample.
This is the end of this page. Try using the links that are still visible. After you try these non-framed pages, you may want to try the frames version of the same content to see the difference when the links don't scroll off the screen.
|Overview | Team | Collecting | Schedule [When to use frames writeup]|