1003.0 - LEP Newsletter (Issue No. 44), May 2003  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 15/07/2003   
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Shortcuts - What are twisties on the ABS web site? You don't eat them, you click them!

The ABS uses 'twisties' or expandable lists to organise information on its web site. Twisties are shown by a blue triangle symbol image - right blue triangle

Whenever you see a twistie pointing to the right image - right blue triangle it means that there is an expandable list sitting behind it. Simply click on the twistie to expand (or open) the list to see the information behind it.

Expanding a list will only open one section (or go down one level) of that list at a time. You may have to expand several twisties in order to fully expand the list.

If the twistie points down image - down blue triangle the section of the list is expanded (opened)

If the twistie points to the right image - right blue triangle the section of list is collapsed (closed)