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General Navigation General Navigation
Use the button shown below (located on the toolbar) to move quickly through an open document and
among other documents on your CD-ROM.
Button Function Explanation
Go to first page Takes you to the first page of the current document.
Go to last page Takes you to the last page of the current document.
Go to next page Takes you to the next page of the current document.
Go to previous page Takes you to the previous page of the current document.
Go Back Returns you to the previous page viewed, even if it is in
another document.
Go Forward Moves you to the next page even if it is in another
document but only if that page has been viewed
previously.
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Button Function Explanation
Select a specific item The hand tool is used to open a particular tab or
document listed in the table of contents. Left-click
the tool with your mouse, move to the desired item and
left-click again to open.
Table
of
Contents
Items
bookmarks
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Document Structure Document Structure
Technical information in this CD-ROM is presented within two manuals:
Service Manual
Parts Manual
Each manual has a table of contents with tabs (chapters) that describe turbine-generator
functions, operations, maintenance and parts listings.
Navigation Aids Navigation Aids
To navigate through your CD-ROM manual:
Use the search functions (see the Search Search help).
Use the main table of contents displayed on the center of the screen.
Use the bookmark table of contents displayed on the left side of the screen.
Main Table of Contents Main Table of Contents
The main table of contents uses a screen-by-screen format to display the manuals content for
service or parts manuals. It can be opened using the hand tool (see General Navigation General Navigation). Select
the manuals you want to view, the tab you want to open within that manual and the document
you want to read within that tab.
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Bookmark Table of Contents Bookmark Table of Contents
Introduction Introduction
The table of contents also appears continuously and with greater at-a-glance detail in a
column at the left side of the screen. This provides faster navigation among manual
contents, their tabs and documents. Each item in the column (tab, document, drawing,
etc.) is a bookmark that can be selected and opened with a left-click of the mouse.
A bookmark may have a triangle next to it. This means the bookmark contains a
secondary table of contents. Left-click the triangle to open the next level of contents. The
triangle will shift position and reveal the next-level contents. Clicking all the triangles will
show a complete list of the manuals table of contents.
The bookmark column width can be adjusted by a left-click of the mouse on the right
edge of the column and moving the column wall left or right.
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Bookmark Table of Contents Structure Bookmark Table of Contents Structure
When you open your CD-ROM, the top-level bookmark lists the following items:
Home Home Displays the manuals home page.
Letter Letter Displays the introduction letter describing your manual.
Main Table of Contents Main Table of ContentsContains the service and parts manuals table of contents.
On-line Help On-line Help Contains information on Navigation Navigation, Zoom Zoom and Search Search
help functions.
Click the triangle next to Main Table of Contents. The next-level bookmark lists the
following items:
Service Manual Service Manual Shows the table of contents by tab.
Parts Manual Parts Manual Shows the table of contents by section.
Click the triangle next to Parts Manuals. The next-level bookmark lists the following
items:
Ordering Instructions Ordering Instructions Contains information on How to Order, Standard
Hardware and Standard Abbreviations.
Turbine Section Turbine Section Shows the turbines parts listings by tab.
Generator Section Generator Section Shows the generators parts listings by tab.
Related Items Bookmarks
The Parts Manual also has a special bookmark feature called Related Items. This
bookmark will contain any additional bills of material or drawings related to the item
currently shown on the screen.