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Students and teachers are encouraged to use the images in the Salisbury Project Archive to illustrate papers as well as computer presentations in Html and PowerPoint. Images can be easily downloaded from the website. On Macintosh, hold the mouse over the image you would like to download and choose the "Save" function from the pop menu. On Windows, right-click on the image and select the "Save" function from the pop menu.

If you do use the images in an online presentation, please contact Marion Roberts. Your link may be included on our Relevant Links page.

Instructions for creating Power Point presentations
1. Choose a Topic
You can either use one of the topic listed in the Research Projects page of this site or come up with your own. Examples are windows, buttresses, sculpture, etc.

2. Search the Archive
Perform a search on the Archive to find the images related to your topic.

3. Create a Folder
Create a folder on your hard drive to download your images into.

4. Save the Images
Download the images you would like to use into the folder on your hard drive. On Macintosh, hold the mouse over the image you would like to download and choose the "Save" function from the pop menu. On Windows, right-click on the image and select the "Save" function from the pop menu.

5. Make a Power Point Presentation
Once you have selected the image you would like to include in your presentation, import your images into a Power Point presentation and write captions and comments for them. For more information on how to use Power Point, go to www.microsoft.com/powerpoint

6. Export to Html
Following the manufacturer's instructions, you can easily export your presentation to an Html format, which can be viewed on all web browsers. See a sample presentation on Lancets.
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