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The top-level of the UNCP web site was launched in 1996. Recent versions were launched in April 2001 and April 2004.
The top-level of the UNCP Web site is maintained by Lawrence Locklear, University Web Publisher. Department Web sites are maintained by departments. Send your UNCP Web page comments/suggestions/questions to email@example.com or call 910.521.6820.
The offices of the University Web Publisher and University Photographer are located in University Communications and Marketing, Lindsay Hall. To contact University Communications and Marketing, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 910.521.6252.
The new UNCP Web site was launched April 22, 2004. The purpose of the redesign is to make the site easier to navigate, provide more information about the University, and enhance UNCP's image on the Web.
Each department Web site will be reviewed, redesigned (if necessary) and updated.
The UNCP Web site is best viewed with: Internet Explorer 5.x, Netscape 6.x, Opera 5.x, Neoplanet 5.x or higher. Older browsers do not properly render uncp.edu. Free plug-ins that may be required to view UNCP Web site include Adobe Reader, Quicktime, RealPlayer, and Media Player. Other software includes Corel WordPerfect and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
The UNCP Web site is best viewed at 800 x 600 screen resolution.
Changing Resolution in Windows
Right click on your desktop. From the menu that appears, select "Properties." The "Display Properties" box opens. Click the "Settings" tab. Under "Screen Area" (near the bottom), slide the ruler to the right until "800 by 600 pixels" appears below the slide rule. Click "Ok." Click "Ok." When asked "Do you want to keep the settings?," click "Yes."
Changing Resolution in OS X
Open the "System Preferences" (either from the Dock or from the Apple menu). Open the "Displays" Panel and choose the "Display" tab. On the left of the Displays tab select the 800X600 or 1024X768 resolution from the list. Higher resolutions allow you to see more of the page. Quit or close the "System Preferences" when done.
Changing Resolution in OS 9
From the Apple menu select Control Panels > Monitors. On the Monitors dialog box, make sure you have selected the Monitor panel (click the Monitor button – it has a sun-like icon). On the right of the Monitor panel is a Resolution list. Select one from the list and your monitor will immediately change its resolution to the one you selected. When you are satisfied with your display resolution, close the Monitor/Display Control Panel (File > Quit or just click the close box).
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