Welcome to the help area of Sportsfish:
There will be step by step help for scanning, sizing and publishing of
photos, reviews of new digital cameras etc.
Also up to date information on the technical side.
Call back regularly as this section will be undated regularly.
Linking to Sportsfish
Would you like to link to largest and most comprehensive
interactive recreational fishing information resource in Australia? You
can link to Sportsfish.com.au using one of the code blocks listed on our
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however, if you wish to post a new topic or reply to an existing
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Forum Help Desk
The Sportsfish Members gallery, which can be found under Directory in
the main menu Bar, allows for members to post their own pictures to this
Website. As the gallery is a fully interactive section allowing for building
up a favorites section, seachable by many different options, we have provided
a link to a help section to get you started.
Gallery Help Desk
As a service to you, we now offer an updated listing of
the top ten viruses and how to remove them. This list is updated monthly
and gives you some further information on protection and removal.
Scanning and Manipulation
So you have brought the shiny new computer home and the
14yo kid next door has set it up for you and connected your peripherals
(including that nice scanner), he has even shown you how to turn the damn
What next ! Well our very own Sailfish has penned a good
descriptive article on how to scan and upload pics for our site......
Follow his outline and you should be cookin!!
A Few Basics on Article Writing
If you want to write a good article it helps if you abide by a few basic
journalistic rules. Besides, it is always a good idea to place yourself
in the position of your reader. Ask yourself what you want to read in
an article about the subject you are about to handle.
on Article Writing
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