HOW TO USE THIS SITE..... If you are a newcomer WELCOME!!!
Here are a few hints to help you fully utilize this website.
1.If you are a classmate from the Class of '64 and this is your first visit, then the first thing you need to do is to add this site to your Favorites List (Microsoft) or create a Bookmark (Macintosh) so that you can quickly find your way back to this site.
2.Your next task is to sign-in OR Register. To do this, go to the "Log ON" box located just to the right of the school picture on the home page and log in. If you have not "Registered" yet, you will need to do so by clicking on the text that says "Click To Register"
A. To Register, you must select a password of 6-12 numbers and/or letters with no spaces or punctuation.
B. You will now be directed to an enrollment screen to answer a few questions and make modifications. For instance, if you would like to be recognized by your nickname, please enter it in parenthesis after your first name. .
C. Be advised that while you are requested to provide your address and phone number, this information will NOT be available to anyone other than the site administrator, who is one of your classmates. However, your email address and any personal website information that YOU volunteer will be visible to anyone who opens your profile. If you do not have an email address or desire to make your address and phone public, then you should make a point of including it at the top of the biography section you will be asked to complete.
D. When you get to the biography section, please take the time to provide us all with a rundown on what you have been doing since you left school and what you hope to be doing in the future.
E. Once you are done, you are free to exit and see what you accomplished by coming back into the class directory. Since this website allows you to make changes whenever you like, you can always go back and make corrections, simply by going to the “My Profile” button at the upper right corner of the home page.
3. Eventually, we hope to get around to scanning and attaching everyone’s graduation photo to their profile. If you would like to include your own photo album with your profile, then you can take advantage of the Photo Link Website utility included on your profile setup page.
4. Please feel free to post messages on the website. Once everyone has gotten around to logging on to the website, there will be a lot more messages showing up.
I HOPE THIS MAKES IT EASIER FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND YOUR CLASS OF 1964 SITE....IF NOT, FEEL FREE TO E-MAIL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE....
Carole (King) Horvath ('63 )... firstname.lastname@example.org,
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