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Look for a "To Print" link in the small text links at the bottom of the page in question.
Using the free Acrobat Reader software, available for Macintosh, Windows, and UNIX platforms, you can read and print the pages on your printer in a manner that accurately reproduces the printed Teacher's Guide, including fonts, pictures, and illustrations, and reproduces them much more accurately than standard HTML Web pages can. Is there a higher-resolution (better) version of the Quick Time movie or QTVR available? It takes just a few minutes to download it onto your hard disk and install it.
Adobe Acrobat on the NOVA Web site (back to top) Get the free Quick Time software Tell me more about getting the free Quick Time software What is a Quick Time VR? From then on, it will open automatically whenever you access Quick Time movies or Quick Time VRs (often shown as "QTVR"), wherever you are on the Web.
And you have to keep a set distance from an imaginary vertical line down the center of the object, and keep that line perfectly vertical—all to ensure that in the final VR the object doesn't "jump" all over the place.
(It's like maintaining the same pitch, roll, and yaw for every shot.) Q: Is there a higher-resolution (better) version of the Quick Time movie or QTVR available?