Using the Meeting List search function
Click on "Meeting Search" from the table of contents.
The page below will be
displayed. Select the desired criteria from the boxes (Hold down "CTL" key
to select or deselect more than one option). The "Find a Meeting" button
will become enabled.
In the example below, Wednesday and Alexandria have been selected. Click the "Find a
Note the pull-down box
indicating that 10 of 24 meetings are displayed. To display more than the
default of 10, select (in multiples of 10) the desired number of meetings, or
Using the meeting download function
To save the meeting query
to your computer, click the "download" icon.
The popup box below will
open asking if you want to save the list to a local file. Click "Yes".
The "Save HTML Document" window will be displayed.
Click "Save". The list
will be saved to the location indicated (Desktop in the example above), in .csv
(comma separated values) format. If you have Microsoft Excel, simply double-click
the file to open.
If you do not have
Microsoft Excel in your computer, the meeting list file may be opened in Wordpad
(Select "Start" then "Programs", then "Accessories", then Wordpad).
Select the File pull-down, Open, and
select "All Documents" from the "Files of Type" pull-down box.
Select the the .csv file and click "Open."