54 through 62
Richard Tabor, Joan
(Boden) Dillon, Ron Brown and Jeanette (Hammock) Brown are the primary contributors making this production
The Winzip Format file
works for me but if you have trouble try to use the self extracting
files. The Self Extracting copy is in
EXE format. Don't worry, it is safe.
I have better download experience
using Microsoft Iexplorer as my browser.
Be careful and keep track of
where you want the files downloaded to and where you want the files unzipped
to. Let me know if you have trouble and need more information.
Note: If your download stops before
finishing then your Internet provider probably has a file size
Eight yearbooks, each in its
own Winzip file.
The same 8 yearbooks in
self extracting files.
All Yearbooks (only if you have a
very fast Internet connection)
(1.2 GB in size) (Could take 30 minutes to download)
Self Extracting (1.2
GB in size) (Could take 30 minutes to download)
If all else fails you can
send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll see if I can improve the download or
find you a DVD.
The year books are scanned in JPG format. JPG is
the same as JPEG.
In computing, JPEG (pronounced JAY-peg;
is a commonly used standard method of compression for photographic
images. The name JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group. It is
very popular and versatile.
The resolution of the files
is as high as possible based on the resolution of the original
yearbooks. Using higher resolution settings on my scanner did
not produce better pictures.
There are a few
documents on the CD in Microsoft Word and Text format. The yearbook data
has no copy protection of any kind. You are free to reproduce
If you reproduce on a CD, there are CD label graphics in
a Microsoft Word document you can use to create CD Stomper Pro labels. You will not need
the CD Stomper software but you will need the mechanical CD Stomper
installer device so the label is in perfect balance on the CD.
Test the Word graphics I supply on YOUR printer to see if it aligns
properly with the label. Alignment is touchy.
Jerry Spoor (class of 62)