For Fastest AccessTo just read the current newsletter, click here
for the "JPG fast read" version.
Appendices/AddendaTo see material we couldn't fit into a newsletter, such as
"PAL programs" or
"League of Women Voters book club" or
"More From Page 4"
THE SIX EARLY LEARNING SKILLS
Your Child Needs for School Success click here.
The Friends of the Squirrel Hill Library publish a newsletter at the beginning of each calendar quarter: January, April, July, and October.
Newsletter October, 2014You can read the current newsletter or print
a copy from a Word file or a .pdf file.
For old issues, see the bottom of this page.
After You Read the Newsletter(s)
To find information about Pittsburgh book sales look at the Pittsburghusedbooks home page.
For more information about the Squirrel Hill Friends group,
click on Friends next to the squirrel at the top of the home page.
THE FORMATS THE NEWSLETTER COMES IN
JPG fast read: The downloads of the newsletters are sometimes very slow,
probably because there are so many colored pictures.
In January, 2012 we added a version for rapid access, made up of pictures of each page.
It's called the "JPG fast read" in the list below and in the first yellow box at the top of this page.
.pdf: Many of our readers feel that the .pdf version is the easiest to read online.
That version uses a "universal" format so you don't have to have Word or know how to use it.
The software to read .pdf's can be downloaded online for free; click on "What does PDF mean?" in the yellow box above to learn more.
Using the free software, you can read a .pdf file, save it, and print it, but you cannot manipulate the contents as you can with a Word document.
(To have editing capabilities you have to buy the entire software package from Adobe.)
The free Adobe software also lets you "zoom" to make the print and pictures larger on your screen.
Word: The Word version is most flexible, and most PC's come with Microsoft Word software already installed.
Word's ".doc" files can be saved to your computer and edited, copied, excerpted, printed, sent with e-mails, or just read.
Word has a zoom function that will let you enlarge everything on the page for easier viewing, although it will still print in the original size.
A MINOR COMPUTER MYSTERY
WHEN YOU CLICK ON "WORD" THE NEWSLETTER MAY APPEAR ON YOUR COMPUTER ALREADY OPEN IN WORD;
you can do whatever you like with it and either "Close" it when you are finished,
or "Save" it to your computer for future reference.
IF CLICKING ON "WORD" OPENS A "SAVE AS" BOX, HOWEVER,
with the file name appearing near the bottom as "vol II No 1.doc" or something similar,
you will have to save it to your computer and then open it in Word yourself.
(You may later go to the folder in which you saved the newsletter and right-click on it to Delete it, if you wish.)
When you have saved the Word version in the Save As box, you will be shown the name you saved it under on the lower left corner of this web page:
In this sample, I saved the Word version of the current newsletter in two different places on my computer. I wanted to use it in the first location so I clicked on the first box (bottom arrow)and a plain white box appeared with three choices(top arrow). I clicked on "Show in Folder" and was taken to the file and opened it in Word to read and edit it. (I later clicked on the second box and when the three choices came up, I clicked on "Clear" -- and the box went away.)
It's a lot easier when the newsletter appears on your computer already open in Word.
Apparently settings on your computer determine which way it appears to you;
if anybody reading this can explain to me why I now always get the "Save As" box, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|July, 2014||Vol VIII No 3||Word||JPG fast read|
|April, 2014||Vol VIII No 2||Word||JPG fast read|
|January, 2014||Vol VIII No 1||Word||JPG fast read|
|October, 2013||Vol VII No 4||Word||JPG fast read|
|July, 2013||Vol VII No 3||Word||JPG fast read|
|April, 2013||Vol VII No 2||Word||JPG fast read|
|January, 2013||Vol VII No 1||Word||JPG fast read|
|October, 2012||Vol VI No 4||Word||JPG fast read|
|July, 2012||Vol VI No 3||Word||JPG fast read|
|April, 2012||Vol VI No 2||Word||JPG fast read|
|January, 2012||Vol VI No 1||Word||JPG fast read|
|October, 2011||Vol V No 4||Word||JPG fast read|
|July, 2011||Vol V No 3||Word||JPG fast read|
|April, 2011||Vol V No 2||Word||JPG fast read|
|January, 2011||Vol V No 1||Word||JPG fast read|
|October, 2010||Vol IV No 4||Word||JPG fast read|
|July, 2010||Vol IV No 3||Word||JPG fast read|
|April, 2010||Vol IV No 2||Word||JPG fast read|
|January, 2010||Vol IV No 1||Word||JPG fast read|
|October, 2009||Vol III No 5||Word||JPG fast read|
|July, 2009 EXTRA||Vol III No 4||Word||JPG fast read|
|July, 2009||Vol III No 3||Word||JPG fast read|
|April, 2009||Vol III No 2||Word||JPG fast read|
|January, 2009||Vol III No 1||Word||JPG fast read|
|October, 2008||Vol II No 4||Word||JPG fast read|
|July, 2008||Vol II No 3||Word||JPG fast read|
|April, 2008||Vol II No 2||Word||JPG fast read|
|January, 2008||Vol II No 1||Word||JPG fast read|
|October, 2007||Vol I No 3||Word||JPG fast read|
|July, 2007||Vol I No 2||Word||JPG fast read|
|April, 2007||Vol I No 1||Word||JPG fast read|