Printing tables, graphics and text
Text, graphics and most tables can be printed directly from the screen. The data of many of the graphics and all the tables can be filtered using the data filter (found to the bottom right of tables and graphics) to produce versions containing a selection of the data. The data tables produced by the data filter have improved printability compared to those printed directly from the unfiltered tables. The data filter can also be used to view, when available, the table of data behind a graphic.
Data in the data tables and for most graphics can be accessed in several ways: by copying directly from the browser (data tables only); by copying the data table displayed via the data filter; and, in xml format by using the xml link found next to the data filter link.
Many of the graphics can also be downloaded in swf format by right-clicking on the link located below the graphic. Graphics not available in swf format can be saved as jpeg files by right-clicking on the image.
Technical note: The graphics require Active-X controls to be allowed on the client PC and use Flash software.
Supplementary downloadable tables
Some of the larger data tables in the bulletin, which may be difficult to view on screen, are held as downloadable tables on the website. These are listed under 'Supplementary downloadable tables' in the respective chapters and in the index of tables and graphics, and are available in spreadsheet format (MS Excel) for downloading and viewing.
You can browse through the bulletin in several ways:
from the online (complete) version page you can go directly to the subject sections (chapters)
on the first page of each chapter, an additional navigation bar gives links to the chapter's sections
on the dark blue navigation bar at the top of the page, the index of tables and graphics gives links to all the bulletin's data elements
navigate page by page using the 'previous' and 'next' links at the right of the light blue bars at the top and bottom of each page
using the 'breadcrumbs' navigation bar to go back to higher levels
using the side navigation bar (at left of page): the links available depend on the hierarchical level of the page you are viewing:
viewing one of the main divisions of the bulletin, the bar displays links to other relevant sites
viewing the main page of a chapter, the bar displays links to all chapters of the bulletin
viewing the main page of one of the sections within a chapter, the bar displays links to the other sections within that chapter
the side navigation bar is not available in tables and graphics