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BOOKMANâ

EXPANDABLE ELECTRONIC BOOK

KING JAMES VERSION

HOLY BIBLE

AND COMPLETE CONCORDANCE

USER’S GUIDE

KJB-770

License Agreement

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Contents

Welcome to the world of BOOKMAN! Your new BOOKMAN is a powerful, portable electronic Bible that you can expand into a complete library when you buy additional BOOKMAN book cards.

With this Holy Bible, King James Ver-

sion, you can quickly find any Bible verse, as well as the occurrences of any word and phrase in the Bible.

You can also hear more than 3,000 people and place names to aid your pronunciation.

Using the Special Features .............................................

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Installing Batteries and Book Cards ................................

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Selecting a Book ............................................................

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Using the Color Keys ......................................................

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Changing the Settings and Viewing a Demonstration ......

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Reading the Bible ...........................................................

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Looking up a Bible Verse ................................................

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Hearing Names Pronounced ...........................................

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Searching for Words.......................................................

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Searching for Phrases ....................................................

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Highlighting Search Words .............................................

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Expanding Your Searches ...............................................

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Reading Footnotes .........................................................

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Using Bookmarks ...........................................................

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Resetting Your BOOKMAN .............................................

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Index ..............................................................................

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Key Guide

 

Color Keys

MORE

(red) Expands a word search.

SAY

(green) Says certain words.

NOTE

(yellow) Displays footnotes.

LIST

(blue) Displays Bookmark list.

 

Function Keys

BACK

Backs up (e.g., erases letters).

CAP

Shifts . ’ to type an

 

apostrophe.

CARD

Exits the book you’re reading.

CLEAR

Clears your request.

ENTER

Selects a menu item, enters

 

a word search, or starts the

 

highlight in text.

Understanding the Color Keys

The color keys (red, green, yellow, and blue) perform the functions listed above only for the BOOKMAN book described in this User’s Guide. Other books have their own color key functions, which are labelled on their book cards and listed in their User’s Guides. For more information, read “Using the Color Keys.”

HELP

Displays help messages.

MENU

Displays the main menus.

ON/OFF

Turns BOOKMAN on or off.

SPACE

Types a space or pages down.

?

At a verse, displays book,

 

chapter, and verse number.

. ’

Types a colon.

 

Direction Keys

 

Move in the indicated direction.

UP DN

Pages up or down.

 

Star Key Combinations*

+ CARD Sends a word between books.

+ UP Goes to the next or prev-

or DN ious chapter or search match.

+

Goes to the start or end of a

or

menu chapter, or help.

+ M Adds a bookmark to a verse.

+ Q... Shifts the top row of letters to type numbers.

* Hold while pressing the other key.

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Using the Special Features

PC

Headphone Jack

Serial Port

Volume Control

Your BOOKMAN 770 is equipped with several special features that many, but not all, BOOKMAN books use. To learn if you can use the special features with a particular BOOKMAN book, read its User’s Guide.

Headphone Jack: The headphone jack is designed for 3.5 mm, 35 ohm impedance stereo headphones.Caution: Monophonic headphones will not work with this BOOKMAN model.

Volume Control: The dial located under the headphone jack controls the volume of the speaker or headphones.

Serial Port: The serial port allows certain BOOKMAN books, when Franklin’s 3.5 mm serial cable is connected to your BOOKMAN, to transfer data to a personal computer (PC).Warning: Using a serial cable other than the one obtained from Franklin may damage your BOOKMAN and/or PC. Franklin’s serial cable is specifically designed for the transfer of data between BOOKMAN and a PC.

Speaker: The speaker is located on the back of your BOOKMAN near the serial port. For best results, do not cover the speaker with your hand.

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Installing Batteries

 

Installing Book Cards

 

 

 

Your BOOKMAN 770 is powered by two AAA, 1.5-voltbatteries. Here is how to install or replace them.

Warning: When the batteries lose power or are removed from your BOOKMAN, information that you entered in itsbuilt-inbook and in an installed book card will be erased.

1.Turn your BOOKMAN over.

2.Remove the battery cover, located above the speaker, by compressing its tab with your finger and then lifting the cover.

3.Install the batteries as shown in the diagram in the battery compartment.

4.Replace the battery cover.

Resuming Where You Left Off

You can turn off your BOOKMAN at any screen. When you turn your BOOKMAN on again, the last screen that you viewed appears.

Warning: Never install or remove a book card when your BOOKMAN is turned on. If you do, information that you entered in itsbuilt-inbook and in an installed book card will be erased.

1.Turn your BOOKMAN off.

2.Turn your BOOKMAN over.

3.Align the book card tabs with the notches in a card slot.

4.Press the book card until it snaps into place.

Removing Book Cards

Warning: When you remove a book card that doesn’t have a builtin battery of its own, information that you entered in that book card will be erased.

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Selecting a Book

 

Using the Color Keys

 

 

 

Once you have installed a book card in your BOOKMAN, you can select which book to use.

1.Turn your BOOKMAN on.

2.Press CARD .

These are sample books.

3.Press orto highlight the book you want to use.

The red, green, yellow, and blue keys on your BOOKMAN change their functions according to which book you’re using.

When the built-inbook you’re using, the color keys function as labelled on the BOOKMAN keyboard. When you’re using a book card, the color keys function as labelled on that card.

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4. Press ENTER to select it.

About the Screen Illustrations

Some screen illustrations in this User’s Guide may differ slightly from what you see on screen. This does not mean that your BOOKMAN is malfunctioning.

Remember, the color keys for book cards function as labelled on their cards, not as labelled on the BOOKMAN keyboard.

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Changing the Settings Viewing a Demonstration

You can adjust the type size, shutoff time, and screen contrast of your BOOKMAN, as well as turn off or on the pronunciation guide in this Bible, by using the Setup menu.

The shutoff time is how long your BOOKMAN stays on if you forget to turn it off. The pronunciation guide shows how to pronounce words when you press SAY .

1.Press MENU .

2.Use the arrow keys to highlight Pron Guide Off/On, Set Type Size,Set Shutoff, orSet Contrast on the Setup menu.

3. Press ENTER .

If you select Pron Guide Off/On, don’t go to Step 4. To leave the settings unchanged, press BACK .

4.Use andto highlight a new setting and pressENTER .

Before you start using your BOOKMAN, you may want to see a brief demonstration of what it can do.

When a book card is installed in your BOOKMAN, select View Demo from the Setup menu to see the demonstration.

When a book card is not installed in your BOOKMAN, the demonstration will automatically appear after you turn on the BOOKMAN. To stop the demonstration, press CLEAR . To disable it, pressMENU and then selectDisable Demo from the Setup menu. Tore-enableit, selectEnable Demo.

Help is Always at Hand

At virtually any screen display, you can view a help message by pressing

HELP . Press

or

SPACE to read

it. To exit help, press

BACK . Note:

To read a tutorial about this book, select Tutorial from the Setup menu.

Follow the Arrows

The flashing arrows at the right of the screen show which arrow keys you can press to move through menus or view more text.

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Reading the Bible

 

Reading the Bible

 

 

 

The simplest way to use this Bible is to select a book from the Old or New Testament and then read its text.

1.Press CLEAR .

2.Press MENU .

3.Use the arrow keys to highlight a book on the Old or New menu. For example, highlight

Romans under New.

4.Press ENTER to go to the first verse of that book.

5.Use ,DN , orSPACE to read it.

To learn how to use the other Direction keys, refer to the Key Guide.

6. Press MENU to return to the

menus.

The check marks the book that you last read.

7.Press CLEAR to clear your selection.

Where in the Bible Are You?

When you’re reading any Bible verse, you can view its book, chapter, and verse number by pressing

?.

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Looking up a Bible Verse

To go directly to a specific Bible verse, simply enter its book title, chapter number, and verse number. If you enter only a book title and chapter number, you go to the start of the chapter. If you enter only a book title, you go to the start of that book.

1.Press CLEAR .

2.Type a book title, chapter number, and verse number.

You can type only capital letters. To type a

number, hold

and press a numbered

key. Type a colon or a space between the

chapter and verse numbers. To type a co-

lon, press . ‘

. To type an apostrophe,

hold

CAP

and press . ‘ . To erase a

character, press BACK .

3. Press

ENTER .

Looking up a Bible Verse

4. Use ,DN , orSPACE to read it.

5.When you’re done, press CLEAR to clear your request.

Verse Finding Tips

Here are some notes that will help you to look up verses:

Type abbreviations rather than complete book titles (e.g., ps for

Psalms or ephfor Ephesians).

Type an Arabic or Roman numeral before books of more than one volume (e.g.,1 Samuel or

II Kings ). To type a number, hold

and press a numbered key.

Some book titles, such as Numbers andJohn , are also valid search words. When you search for one of these ambiguous words, a menu appears that asks you to select which type of request you want.

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Hearing Names Pronounced

 

Hearing Names Pronounced

 

 

 

Whenever you see a superscript P (P ) after a people or place name, you can hear and see its pronunciation. Try this example.

1.Find Matthew 1:3.

To learn how, read “Looking up a Bible Verse.”

Notice the P’s after Pharez, Zara, etc.

2.Press ENTER to start the highlight.

3.Use the arrow keys to highlight a name followed by a superscript P. For example, highlight Pharez.

4. Press SAY (the green key) to hear and see its pronunciation.

To adjust the volume, turn the wheel on the side of your BOOKMAN.

5.To hear the word again, press SAY (green) again.

6.To turn off the pronunciation guide, press another key.

Note: The pronunciation guide disappear automatically after 20 seconds.

7. Highlight other words marked with superscript P’s and then press SAY to hear them.

8.Press BACK to turn off the highlight.

Disabling the Pronunciation Guide

If you don’t want to see the pronunciation guide whenever you press SAY (green), highlightPron Guide Off on the Setup menu and then pressENTER to select it. To turn the pronunciation guide on again, selectPron Guide On.

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Searching for Words

You can search for almost any word or words in this Bible, just as if you were using a concordance. Simply enter search words to find their occurrences, or matches.

1.Press CLEAR .

2.Type up to five words. For example, type Lord Shepherd.

You can type capital letters only.

3. Press ENTER to search for them.

Bullets mark the match.

4.Hold and press DN repeatedly to view the next matches.

5.Press MENU .

After a word search, only those books with matches are listed on

Searching for Words

the Old and New menus.

6.Use the arrow keys to highlight a book on the Old or New menu.

7.Press ENTER to view its matches.

8.When you’re done, press CLEAR to clear your request.

If You Misspell a Word

If you enter a misspelled word, or a word not found in this Bible, a list of spelling corrections appears. Highlight a correction and then press

ENTER to select it, or pressBACK to change your request.

Words You Can’t Search For

The following words are too common to search for, either by entering them or by highlighting them in verses: a, an, and, are, as, be, but, by, for, from, he, her, him, his, I, in, is, it, me, my, not, O, of, our, out, shall, she, that, the, their, them, they, to, up, upon, us, was, we, were, with, you.

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Searching for Phrases

 

Searching for Phrases

 

 

 

You can search for phrases—adjacentor nearly adjacent words in a particularorder—byselecting an ordered search and a narrow search width.

An ordered search finds words only in the order that you enter them. For example, an ordered search for Holy Spirit will not findspirit holy.

The search width determines how far apart your search words can be in the Bible and still be a match.

1.Press MENU .

2.Highlight Ordered Searchon the Search menu.

3. Press ENTER to select it.

4.Press MENU .

5.Highlight Set Search Widthon the Search menu.

A check marks your previous selection.

6. Press ENTER to select it.

7.Press ENTER to selectClose

Together.

8.Type a phrase and then press

ENTER to search for it. For example, enterHoly Spirit.

9.Hold and press DN repeatedly to view the next

matches. Or press MENU to see the books with matches.

10. Press CLEAR when done.

Understanding Search Widths

This is how far apart your search words can be in verses when you a select a certain search width:

Search Width

Distance Apart

Close Together

nearly adjacent

Not as Close

a few words

Far Apart

many words

Very Far Apart

up to a few verses

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Highlighting Search Words Expanding Your Searches

You can also search for a word by highlighting it in a verse. Try this example.

1.Find Romans 3:5.

To learn how, read “Looking up a Bible Verse.”

2.Press ENTER to start the highlight.

To turn the highlight off, press BACK .

3.Use the arrow keys to highlight unrighteous.

4.Press ENTER to search for the highlighted word.

5.Hold and press DN repeatedly to view the next matches.

6.Press MENU to view the books that have matches.

7.Press CLEAR when done.

You can expand your word searches up to three times to find inflections, synonyms, and similar words.

1.Press CLEAR .

2.Type a word and press ENTER .

For example, enter belief.

3.Press MORE (the red key) to expand the search.

4.Press MORE (red) again.

5.Press MORE (red) once more to fully expand the search.

6.Press MENU to view the menus.

7.Select a book to view its matches.

8.Press CLEAR when done.

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Expanding Your Searches

 

Reading Footnotes

 

 

 

Understanding Expansions

Each time that you expand a word search, similar words are added to your search.

The first time that you press

MORE , inflections are added (e.g.,believe andbelieved tobelief ).

The second time that you press MORE , compound and related words are added (e.g.,believer andunbelief tobelief ).

The third time that you press

MORE , synonyms are added (e.g.,understand andsurely tobelief ).

When you expand a multiple-wordsearch, words similar to any or all your search words are added.

Note: Sometimes pressing MORE only once does not expand a search because your search word(s) have no inflections in this Bible. In that case, pressMORE a second and a third time to expand your search.

Whenever you see aafter a word, that word has a footnote. These footnotes provide alternative translations, describe textual variants, and define obscure words. Try this example.

1.Find John 21:5.

To learn how, read “Looking up a Bible Verse.”

Notice the footnote marker.

2. Press NOTE (the yellow key).

3.If needed, press to read the footnote.

4.Press BACK to go back to the verse.

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Reading Footnotes

When More Than One Footnote Appears on Screen

Sometimes more than oneappears on the screen at one time. In that case, pressingNOTE displays the footnote of the first.

To view the subsequent footnotes, press ENTER and then the arrow keys to highlight a subsequent.

Then press ENTER to view its footnote.

Press BACK to go back to the verse.

Using Bookmarks

To quickly find your favorite verses, you can place up to 30 bookmarks in this Bible.

Adding a Bookmark

1. When a Bible verse is on screen, press LIST (the blue key).

2.Highlight Add... and then pressENTER to add a bookmark () to that verse.

Viewing a Bookmark

1. When a Bible verse is on screen, press LIST (blue).

2.Press ENTER to selectView

Bookmark.

3.Highlight a verse and then

press ENTER to view it.

A Quick Way to Add Bookmarks

You can also add a bookmark to a verse by holding and pressing M when that verse is on screen.

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Using Bookmarks

Deleting a Bookmark

1. When a Bible verse is on screen, press LIST (blue).

2.Highlight the verse whose bookmark you want to delete.

3.Press ENTER .

4.Press Y to delete the bookmark orN to keep it.

Deleting All Your Bookmarks

Caution: When you delete all your bookmarks as described below, the settings revert to their original states:Ordered Search off,Close Together search width,Medium type size, and2 Minutes shutoff time. To learn how to change the settings, read “Changing the Settings.”

To delete all your bookmarks at one time, first turn off your BOOKMAN.

Then hold ON/OFF and pressCLEAR to reset it.

Sending Words

Between Books

This BOOKMAN can send words between certain books.

To send a word, you must first install a book card in your BOOKMAN, and that book card must be able to send or receive words. To learn if a book card can send or receive words, read its User’s Guide.

1. Highlight a word in this book.

To highlight a word in text, press ENTER and then press the arrow keys. To highlight a word in a list,

press the arrow keys.

2. Hold and press CARD .

3.Highlight the other book.

4.Press ENTER .

The word that you highlighted appears in the other book.

5.Press ENTER to look up the word.

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Resetting Your BOOKMAN

 

Specifications

 

 

 

If the keyboard fails to respond, or if the screen performs erratically, first press

CLEAR and then pressON/OFF twice. If nothing happens, follow the steps below

to reset it.

Warning: Pressing the reset button with more than light pressure may permanently disable your BOOKMAN. Also, resetting BOOKMAN erases settings and information entered in itsbuilt-inbook and in an installed book card.

1. Hold CLEAR and pressON/OFF .

If nothing happens, try Step 2.

2.Use a paper clip to gently press the reset button on BOOKMAN.

The reset button is recessed in a pin-sizedhole on the back of BOOKMAN. Look for it on the battery cover or near the book card slot.

This unit may change operating modes due to Electro-staticDischarge. Normal operation of this unit can bere-establishedby pressing the reset key,ON/OFF , or by removing/replacing batteries.

BOOKMAN Model KJB-770

Batteries: two AAA 1.5-volt

Size: 14 x 8.9 x 1.6 cm.

Weight: 7 oz.

© 1996 Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc., USA. All rights reserved. BOOKMAN is a registered trademark of Franklin.

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ISBN 1-56712-2801-9.

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Limited Warranty (U.S. only)

FRANKLIN warrants to you that the BOOKMAN PRODUCT will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one year from purchase. In the case of such a defect in your BOOKMAN PRODUCT, FRANKLIN will repair or replace it without charge on return, with purchase receipt, to the dealer from which you made your purchase or Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc., One Franklin Plaza, Burlington, N.J. 080164907, within one year of purchase. Alternatively, FRANKLIN may, at its option, refund your purchase price. Data contained in the BOOKMAN PRODUCT may be provided under license to FRANKLIN. FRANKLIN makes no warranty with respect to the accuracy of data in the BOOKMAN PRODUCT. No warranty is made that the BOOKMAN PRODUCT will run uninterrupted or error free. You assume all risk of any damage or loss from your use of the BOOKMAN PRODUCT.

This warranty does not apply if, in the sole discretion of FRANKLIN, the BOOKMAN PRODUCT has been tampered with, damaged by accident, abused, misused, or misapplication, or as a result of service or modification by any party, including any dealer, other than FRANKLIN. This warranty applies only to products manufactured by or for FRANKLIN. Batteries, corrosion, or battery contacts and any damage caused by batteries are not covered by this warranty. NO FRANKLIN DEALER, AGENT, OR EMPLOYEE IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE ANY ADDITIONAL WARRANTY IN THIS REGARD OR TO MAKE ANY MODIFICATION OR EXTENSION OF THIS EXPRESS WARRANTY.

THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, WRITTEN OR ORAL, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY SHALL BE FRANKLIN’S OBLIGATION TO REPLACE OR REFUND AS SET FORTH ABOVE IN THIS WARRANTY. Some States do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties, or limitations on how long a warranty lasts. This warranty gives you specific rights; you may also have additional rights which vary from State to State. This warranty shall not be applicable to the extent that enforcement of any provision may be prohibited by applicable law.

FRANKLIN SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE TO YOU OR TO ANY OTHER PERSON FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR ANY OTHER INDIRECT LOSS OR DAMAGE, ARISING OUT OF YOUR PURCHASE, THE MANUFACTURE OR SALE OF THE BOOKMAN PRODUCT, THIS LICENSE, OR ANY OBLIGATION RESULTING THEREFROM OR THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE BOOKMAN PRODUCT UNDER ANY LEGAL THEORY, WHETHER BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY OR ANY OTHER CAUSE OF ACTION OR PROCEEDING, WHICH DAMAGES SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS, DAMAGES TO PROPERTY, OR PERSONAL INJURY (BUT ONLY TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW). FRANKLIN’S ENTIRE LIABILITY FOR ANY CLAIM OR LOSS, DAMAGE, OR EXPENSE FROM ANY SUCH CAUSE SHALL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE PRICE PAID FOR THE BOOKMAN PRODUCT. THIS CLAUSE SHALL SURVIVE FAILURE OF AN EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. This license and warranty is governed by the laws of the United States and the State of New Jersey.

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Index

?* key 8 Apostrophes, typing 9 Arrow keys 7 Auto-resumefeature 5 Batteries, installing 5 Book cards

installing 5 removing 5

Bookmarks

adding to a verse 15 viewing 15

deleting all at once 16 deleting singly 16

Changing

screen settings 7 search settings 12

Colons, typing 3, 9 Color keys

understanding 3 using 6

Contrast, changing 7 Deleting bookmarks 16 Direction keys 3

Disabling the demonstration 7 Erasing typed characters 9 Expanding searches 13, 14 Finding

Bible verses 9

books of the Bible 8, 9 sections of books 8, 9

Footnotes

viewing multiple notes 15 viewing singly 14

Function keys 3 Headphone jack 4 Help messages 7 Highlighting

footnotes 15 names 10 search words 13

Inflections 14 LIST key 15 M symbol 15

Misspellings, correcting 11 MORE key 13, 14

N symbol 14 Names, hearing 10 New menu 8 NOTE key 14 Numbers

before book titles 9 typing 9

Old menu 8

Ordered searches 12 P symbol 10

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Index

 

 

 

 

 

Phrases, finding 12

 

Serial cable 4

 

Pron Guide Off/On 7

 

Serial port 4

 

Pronunciation guide

 

Shutoff time 7

 

defined 7

 

Speaker 4

 

disabling and enabling 10

 

Special features 4

 

Resetting

 

Spelling correction

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BOOKMAN 17

 

STAR + CARD 16

 

settings and bookmarks 16

 

STAR + M 15

 

SAY key 7, 10

 

STAR + S 8

 

Screen contrast 7

 

Synonyms 14

 

Search widths 12

 

Type size 7

 

Searching

 

Typing

 

expansions 13, 14

 

abbreviations 9

 

for phrases 12

 

apostrophes 3, 9

 

for sections 9

 

colons 3, 9

 

for verses 9

 

numbers 3, 9

 

for words 11

 

Viewing

 

for words by highlighting them

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book, chapter, verse

8

for words in other books 16

 

footnotes 14

 

highlighting words 13

 

help messages 7

 

ordered searches 12

 

menus 8

 

search widths 12

 

Volume control 4

 

unsearchable words 11

 

Warranty 18

 

Sending words 16

 

 

 

FPR-28000-00

 

Printed in U.S.

 

P/N 7201203

 

Rev. A

 

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