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Search AJC.com -- for the Atlanta Journal and Constitution
The best place to find articles in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is at the paper's own web site, AJC.com. AJC.com makes available not only the AJC's own material, but also syndicated Cox items, and transcripts and videos from radio/TV station, WSB. Here is how you find material in the AJC:
1) Use your favorite search engine to find ajc.com or type http://www.ajc.com into your browser's locator bar.
2) The AJC displays a variety of stories, mostly local, as a quilt of images on the front page. If you are looking for material on a specific subject, you can search the AJC like any library database.
3) Before you begin searching think about the important words in your topic. If your topic is preventing Candida auris. Your important words are prevention and Candida auris.
4) Type your keywords into the borderless search box in the top right corner of the page. It is nestled among a row of headings and has a magnifying glass next to it. Click the magnifying glass to launch your search.
5) The AJC presesnts articles in pages of ten (10). You need to scroll to see every article on the page. You can move between the pages with the numbers on the bottom of the page.
6) To view an article, click on its blue title.
7) Articles open in a separate tab and also include links to related material and outside sources. Click on the blue links in the text to see more.
8) Articles begin with a photo or video. Look carefully below this illustration for a byline that indicates the article's source. There are WSB news pieces, Cox Newspapers, and Associated Press content at ajc.com. Below is an image of part of an article.
9) Alas, articles at ajc.com are NOT formatted to print well directly. A style sheet and silent frames cut off lines at the tops and bottoms of pages. To print an AJC article:
1) Open a blank document in Word.
2) Highlight and copy the article's title to your document.
3) Highlight the entire article including the author's name and whether it is Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Cox, or WSB. Copy it and paste that below the title.
4) Copy the URL from your browser's locator bar and paste that above or below the article. 5) Save your Word document to a flash drive, upload it to One Drive, attach it to email, or upload it to Google Drive.
The illustration below shows these steps.