Browser Display - Netscape

From the Class Web Main Menu screen, click on Browse Classification Schedules. A blank screen for browsing classification schedules opens:

Blank Browsing Screen

The screen has a blank input field in which you can type a classification number to begin your browse, as well as a series of navigation buttons. Type the number E838 in the Class # input field. Then click Go.

In Netscape, you'll see this display:

Netscape Display of E838


A radio button at the left margin identifies the classification number that you input.

Notice that the full hierarchy for your selected caption is displayed in a hierarchy frame at the top of the screen.

Clicking on the radio button in the left margin beside a classification number selects that number and caption and updates the hierarchy frame.

Sliding the bar at the right of the screen upward enables you to view the previous five lines of the classification schedule. Sliding it downward brings into view subsequent lines up to the number of lines that you had selected on the Main Menu screen. You can return to the Main Menu screen and change the setting for number of lines per page at any time by clicking the Menu button.

Select this link to see how the Class Web classification browser is displayed in Internet Explorer

Select this link to return to Getting Started - Browsing and Navigating - next topic: Special Functions

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