FCC Record, Volume 15, No. 3, Pages 1205 to 1858, Supplement Page: 1,211
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SEARCHING FOR
APPLICATIONS FILED FOR PHASE H 220 MHz SERVICE AUCTION 24
This attachment provides instructions for electronically searching the FCC Network for a specific
application or applications on file with the Commission. The following instructions relate specifically to
searching for applications filed in response to Auction 24.
To search the FCC Network for an application, you must first connect to the FCC Network. Attachment C
describes how Windows 95/98 users can connect to the FCC Network using the Dial-Up Networking
features of Windows 95/98.
We recommend that you use Netscape Communicator 4.51 or 4.61 (Internet web browser software) to use
ULS for application searches. To download Netscape Communicator 4.61 free of charge, access the
Netscape download site at http://home.netscape.com/download/.
The instructions in this attachment use the following typographic conventions:
bold Represents objects on the screen that you click with the mouse pointer, including buttons,
Internet links, icon, tabs, menu items (e.g., Cancel button, Auctions link, Save option in
the File menu).
italic Represents field names or areas of a screen (e.g., Licensee Name field, Applicant
Information area of a screen).
bold italic Represents characters that you must type exactly as they appear in the instructions. For
example, if you are instructed to type http://www.fcagov, you should type all of the
characters shown in bold italic exactly as they are printed.
SMALL CAPS Represents keys on the keyboard (e.g., ENTER, CTRL, ESC).
Note: Throughout these instructions, "enter" means to type the appropriate information and then press the
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