|Using the Site||The recommended Software requirements for using the site.|
|Site Structure||The current organization of the Site.|
|Finding Information||Browsing or Searching the Site for information.|
|Stolen and Recovered Sections||Finding your way around the Stolen and Recovered sections of the site.|
|Object ID||The International standard for describing cultural objects.|
|Registering an interest in items in the FindStolenArt Database||What to do if you have any information regarding any of the Art or Antiques in the FindStolenArt database.|
|Reporting a Theft or a Recovery||How to have your Art or Antiques publicized in the FindStolenArt database.|
|Registering for an Account||How to set up your own Account at FindStolenArt.|
|Account Types||Description of the different Types of Account available for Users.|
|Account Section||Finding your way around the Account section.|
|Updating Your Profile||How to change the details of your Account Profile.|
|Updating Your Inventory||How to Add and remove items from your Account.|
|Upgrade Your Account||How to apply for an Account upgrade.|
|Problems Signing In?||If you cannot log in to your Account, read this topic.|
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|Forgotten Your Password||Password Request Form.|