Browse with List View
List View is a tool to help users quickly browse through the Library's category structure and select a file.
It is available in selected categories (typically containing from about 15 to 1,000 entries) and is accessed by clicking on a link on the category page. (e.g. "Click here for the list view.")
When selected, a page is displayed that shows a list of all available levels of sub-category under the current category.
Sub-categories are indented from their "parent" category.
A plus sign before a category name indicate viewable documents in the category. Simply click on the plus sign or title to view the name and description. Then click on Download or View to examine the file.
Please be patient!
The list view is created fresh every time it is used to make sure it is current.
It takes several seconds to load for categories with over several hundred entries.
Thanks for new documents from David Gruger, Jeff Lamb, Walt Aydelotte, Dennis Hock, Steve Flocke, Paul Wills, Sam Etler, Fred Haynes, John Novack, Clint Gilliland, Steve Cichorsky and Karl Brose.
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