Franklin NDH-2062 eBook Reader user manual

ELECTRONIC BOOK CARD

Drug Handbook

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USERS GUIDE

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Using the Nursing97 Drug Handbook, you can quickly and conveniently find monographs of hundreds of drugs. You can find drugs by their therapeutic class, by their names, or by searching for words in their monographs. You can even place bookmarks to quickly find the drugs that you use most often.

Key Guide ...

Installing a Book Card ...

Selecting a Book ...

Using the Color Keys ...

Viewing a Demonstration ...

Changing the Settings ...

Finding Drugs by Name ...

Finding Drugs by Class ...

Searching for Words ...

Highlighting Search Words ...

Expanding Your Searches ...

Reading Drug Monographs ...

Reading Cross-references and Footnotes ...

Using Bookmarks ...

Sending Words Between Books ...

Book Card Care ...

Copyrights, Patents, and Trademarks ...

Index ...

Key Guide of the highlighted item. At text, displays the Outline location.

Color Keys

(red) Expands a word search.

(green) Displays the Outline location of the current text.

(yellow) Lets you type one or more search words.

(blue) Lets you add, find, or remove a bookmark.

Direction Keys

Moves cursor, highlight, or text.

UP DN Pages up or down.

Key Combinations*

+ CARD Sends a word between books.

+ ENTER At the Drugs menu, goes

Function Keys

Shifts keys to type capitals and punctuation.

Exits the book youre reading.

Displays the Drugs menu and clears your search word(s).

Selects a menu item, enters your search word(s), or starts the highlight in text.

Displays help messages.

Displays the Class menu.

Turns your BOOKMAN on or off.

Types a space or pages down.

At a menu, displays the full title directly to a monograph. At the text, highlights a superscript footnote, cross-reference, or bookmark.

+ DN Goes to the next or previous monograph in a subclass or

Outline location of a word search match.

+Q-P Type numbers.

In a menu, goes to the last or first item. At text, goes to th