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How to Use this Website

We make every effort to make this web site easy to use, but a few hints always helps. We also are always open to suggestions and comments to make our site easier to use and more useful to our audience.

On a PC or tablet, the web site has pull down menus at the top bar. The menu items labeled "Travel", "Entertainment", etc lead you to the auction item submenus. "Signature Events" and "Live" lead you directly to those items - just left click with your mouse to view a list of signature events or live items. If you hover your mouse cursor (in smartphone browsers you may need to actually left click) on the top menu item you will see a number of submenus that allow you to sort the items in that category by various criteria, such as "Low to High" or "Operas" or "By Varietal". Selecting that submenu item by a left click will then present a list of auction items that fit that category. You can then left click on the title of the item to get a detailed description of the item.

On a smartphone there is a vertical "Main menu" that has similar tabs for the pull down menus

There is also a "search" function labeled "Search this Website" at the top of the left hand column that allows you to search the auction items for keywords, such as "Ridge" for wine lovers or "diamonds" for diamond lovers. You get a list of items with that keyword or words, and can then display the item directly from that search result list by selecting the name of the item that is highlighted in bold.

On a smartphone the search menu is down the page since there are no columns

Once you display an individual item, you can collect them into a wish list, which is just for your use. You can print this list or email to yourself, so that you remember what items you want to bid on.

Thank you for your interest in the Merola Opera Spring Benefit Auction. Comments or questions on this web site should go to: Maurice Bizzarri

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