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    This page includes 3 Global Portlets to simulate includes with 2 Web Content Portlets

    You can use Alt-PrintScreen to put an image of the entire window on the clipboard in prepration for printing. You could also use a program such as SnagIt that provides many more capture options, including capturing just the image area itself, and printing from SnagIt. Using SnagIt can reduce the number of steps and streamline capturing, printing and saving the image.

    Since capturing from the screen doesn't download the original photo file, you'll only get as much detail as you can see or fit on the screen. You may find many of the techniques from Optimizing Orthophotos, Imagery and Map Details used with MapGuide will be helpful to capture as much detail as possible from the screen.

    If you use Alt-PrintScreen to capture the screen window to the clipboard, you can use the Windows Paint accessory or many other programs to clip out, print and save the window image you captured from the screen to the clipboard. To print just the photo portion of the captured image with Windows Paint:

    1. Click Start, Programs, Accessories, Paint to start the Paint program.
    2. Choose Edit, Paste to paste the window image into Paint.
    3. Pick the rectangle select tool and drag a box across the image or a portion of the image.
    4. Choose Edit, Cut to place the selected image on the clipboard.
    5. Choose File, New to start a new file in Paint. Respond "No" to "Save changes to untitled?".
    6. Choose Edit, Paste to paste the selected image into the new file.
    7. Use File, Save as... or File, Print... to save or print the photo image.

    Ensure that you have ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS on your computer to complete these steps.

      The term ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS refers to your computer's settings that allow you to install software and do other system things on your PC. If you have problems installing or if you don't have ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS rights on your PC, contact your system administrator or support person. If you are using your home PC or a PC that you maintain, then you probably have the needed ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS.

    Open the Internet Explorer Tools menu Security tab as follows:

    1. Pick Internet Explorer's Tools menu
    2. Pick Internet Options to open the Internet Options dialog box.
    3. Pick the Security tab.

     

    In the Security tab:

      Note that these trusted sites changes below work if your settings for trusted sites have protected mode disabled, which they should by default.

    1. Pick the Trusted sites icon
    2. Pick the Sites button to open the Trusted sites dialog box.
    3. Make sure the checkbox "Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone" is not checked.
    4. Enter *.pima.gov under "Add this website to the zone:", being sure to include the asterisk in the site name exactly as shown.
    5. Pick the Add button and see *.pima.gov listed under Websites in the dialog box.
    6. Pick the Close button to close the Trusted sites dialog box.
    7. Ensure that the "Security levels for this zone:" slider control is set to Medium or lower. (If you see "Custom" instead of the slider control, see additional steps below.)
    8. Click OK to close the Internet options dialog box.
    9. Close all open Internet Explorer windows and open a new browser session.

    Test again. If it still fails, then try resetting the security settings for the Trusted sites zone to a lower setting:

    1. Open the Internet Explorer's Internet Options dialog box Security tab as explained above and pick the Security tab.
    2. Pick the Trusted sites icon
    3. Move the "Security levels for this zone:" slider to Medium-low or Low
    4. Click OK to close the Internet options dialog box.
    5. Close all open Internet Explorer windows and open a new browser session.

    If in the steps above you see "Custom" rather than the slider control to change the security levels, then reset the custom settings to the default Medium, Medium-low or Low as follows:

    1. Open the Internet Explorer's Internet Options dialog box Security tab as explained above and pick the Security tab.
    2. Pick the Trusted sites icon
    3. Pick "Custom level..."
    4. Look near the bottom of the "Security Settings - Trusted Sites Zone" dialog box.
    5. Under "Reset custom settings" ensure that "Reset to:" is set to Medium (default), Medium-low or Low as desired
    6. Pick the "Reset..." button
    7. Pick "Yes" in response to the "Are you sure you want to change the settings for this zone?" warning.
    8. Click OK to close the "Security Settings - Trusted Sites Zone" dialog box.
    9. Verify the desired Medium, Medium-low or Low security level setting of the Security level slider control.
    10. Click OK to close the Internet Options dialog box.
    11. Close all open Internet Explorer windows and open a new browser session.
    This is another web content portlet, placed between two global content portlets.

    I can add as much information as desired.

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    This is fancy stuff.

    This is content from Global Portlet category "GIS Includes" called "Content Example 3".

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    The end of content from the 3rd Global Content Portlet.