To the V/2-Com (Verhaart) Knowledgebase Home page. This
page is the door to the rest of my files.
If you are accessing on-line via my Voyager site
(http://www.voyager.co.nz/~verhaart) you will only get to see a sample of the files
If you are accessing them from a licensed intranet or from a Hard Disk or CD-ROM there is
about 45MB of files and in excess of 3,000 files (more than 1400 individual html files,
the remainder being multimedia graphics, animation, video, etc..) (1999) taking over six
years to compile!
Note: The files are accessed by a web browser and do not require a web
The site is divided into the following sections.
- V/2-eNcyclopedia: The core of my notes. Contains an
encyclopedia of computing terms and terminology, and my basic teaching notes.
- Guides: These are product and application
guides. They range from a simple introduction to a program (such as MS-GIF animator)
through to extensive teaching resources for MS-Access.
- Module/unit outlines: For New Zealand education
providers the Encyclopedia is linked to some of the modules in various courses.
For NZ tertiary institutes these include modules in the Certificate in Business Computing
and Advanced CBC, some of the units in the NZQA framework, and portions of the computing
paper of the Diploma in Business Studies.
For Secondary Schools and Private Training providers NZQA framework unit links are
- WW Web links: This contains the live links to the
internet. I have purposely consolidated all "live" links onto this page so that
when using the V/2-Knowledge-base you won't be asked to connect to the Internet.
- References: This contains all the references I have
acknowledged in the knowledgebase.
- Tangents: An assortment of bits and pieces,
- Cartoon gallery
Note: cartoons may be used in your personal notes, but ask for details if you want to use
them in a commercial publication.
- Floptical bunny comic strip that teaches basic mouse skills
and connecting up the cables on a Personal Computer.
- Family pages: Only available on the Voyager
- Help: What you are reading!
- Users: Regestered users of the
I am using Microsoft's MS-Word 97 and Frontpage running Windows
98 to develop my Web stuff. To get the best results you should be using Internet
Explorer 3.x or 4.x (the MS browser), though Netscape navigator 3.x and above
will also do. Animated software requires VB Script which is standard with IE 3.x and
Remember: I have 1MB of space on the Voyager server so
this will restrict what I can do.
A guide to the