Where to find the BBQ FAQ

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by Bill Wight, Feb 1, 2004.

  1. Bill Wight

    Bill Wight Guest

    You can get a copy of the latest BBQ List FAQ
    in one of the following ways:

    1) Vince Vielhaber has set up an email autoresponder.

    Send email to: [email protected] and you'll get the ascii text version, zipped up,
    by return email.

    Send mail to: [email protected] and you'll get the ascii text version in a self
    extracting zip file by return email.

    [email protected] and you'll get a straight ascii version, not zipped.

    [email protected] and you will get the MS Word 6.0 version in a self-extracting
    zip file by return mail.

    Leave the subject and message body blank.

    2) You can also get the BBQ List FAQ by visiting Vince's Web site:

    http://www.eaglequest.com/~bbq/

    You can download several different formats of the FAQ here.

    You can also view the FAQ in HTML format here:

    http://www.eaglequest.com/~bbq/faq

    3) You can read the FAQ on Dan Gill's Barbecue Survival Guide Web page at:

    http://members.tripod.com/~DanGill/Survive.HTML

    4) Alex Baker has Word 6.0 and Adobe Acrobat versions of the FAQ available for downloading.

    His Web site is http://www.calweb.com/~ambaker/bbqfaq.html

    Or you can get them directly via ftp by:

    ftp://ftp.calweb.com/users/a/ambaker/faq-word.zip ftp://ftp.calweb.com/users/a/ambaker/faq-
    10.doc ftp://ftp.calweb.com/users/a/ambaker/faq-acro.pdf

    Alex also has a link to download the Adobe Acrobat viewer. The Acrobat version of the FAQ has
    internal links from the Table of Contents to the respective sections in the document.

    For those of you who do not have MS Word 6.0 or 7.0 or Word 97 who wish to read the FAQ in Word
    format, you can download the MS Word Viewer from Microsoft for free. The Word viewer will allow you
    to view MS Word documents and print them, but not edit them or create new documents.

    Here's how to get it:

    Set your Web browser to:

    http://www.microsoft.com/msword/internet/viewer/

    and select the version for the Windows operating system you have:

    The 97 version for Win95 and the 16-bit version for Win3.1x

    Bill
     
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