Franklin KJB-1840 User's Manual

Franklin KJB-1840 User's Manual
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KJB-1840
HOLY BIBLE
KING JAMES VERSION
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Electronic Publishers
www.franklin.com
USER’S GUIDE
BOOKMAN® II
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Contents
Using the Special Features ...................................................... 4
Installing Batteries .................................................................. 5
Installing Book Cards .............................................................. 5
Selecting a Book ..................................................................... 6
Book Card Color Keys ............................................................. 6
Key Guide ............................................................................... 7
Viewing a Demonstration or Tutorial ........................................ 8
Changing the Settings ............................................................. 8
Using the Menu ....................................................................... 9
Hearing Devotional Verses .................................................... 11
Finding Bible Verses ............................................................. 12
Searching for Words ............................................................. 13
Expanding Your Search ......................................................... 15
Highlighting Search Words .................................................... 15
Viewing Footnotes ................................................................ 16
Using Bookmarks .................................................................. 17
Transferring Words Between Books ....................................... 18
Resetting Your Unit ............................................................... 18
Specifications ....................................................................... 19
Model KJB-1840 ................................................................... 19
Limited Warranty (outside U.S.) ............................................. 19
Limited Warranty (U.S. only) .................................................. 20
FCC Notice ........................................................................... 21
Index ..................................................................................... 22
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Introduction
Welcome to the world of Franklin. This Franklin model is a powerful, portable
electronic Bible, with a slot in the back for a book card. With your King James
Bible, you can:
• find any book, chapter or verse using the Reference search screen;
• type a keyword to quickly find favorite passages;
• use Franklin’s MatchMaker function to help you find completions to words;
• expand your keyword search to include inflections, synonyms and related
words;
• let state-of-the-art spell correction help you find the word you’re looking for;
• locate chapters quickly using the Index ;
• hear a daily Devotional verse spoken;
• learn a new verse each time you turn the unit on;
• find the meanings of archaic words via Franklin authored footnotes;
• mark up to 50 different passages with bookmarks.
To learn more about your electronic Bible, read this User’s Guide.
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Using the Special Features
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▲
▲
Headphone Jack
A/C Adaptor Jack
Volume Control
AC Adaptor Jack: The AC/DC
adaptor is in the 9 volt range within a
current range of 200 to 300 milliamperes.
Your unit is equipped with several
special features that many, but not all
BOOKMAN book cards use. To learn
if you can use the special features
with a particular book card, read its
User’s Guide.
–
+
This symbol indicates that the inner
core of the plug of an AC adaptor is
negative and that the outer part of
the plug is positive. If the symbol on
your AC/DC adaptor does not match
the above symbol, confirm its compatibility at its place of purchase.
Speaker: The speaker is located on
the back of your unit, above the book
card slot. For best results, do not
cover the speaker with your hand.
Headphone Jack: The headphone jack is designed for 3.5 mm,
35 ohm impedance stereo headphones. Caution: Monophonic
headphones will not work with this
unit.
Volume Control: The dial, located
under the headphone jack, controls
the volume of the speaker or headphones.
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Installing Batteries
Installing Book Cards
Your unit is powered by four AAA batteries.
Follow these easy instructions to install or
replace them.
1. Lift the battery cover on the
top right of your unit by
pushing up the tab.
-
AAA
AAA
AAA
AAA
+
-
+
AAA
AAA
AAA
AAA
+
-
-
1. Turn your unit off.
2. Turn your unit over.
3. Align the tabs on the book
card with the notches in the
slot.
+
_
+
Follow the illustration on the back of the
unit when installing the batteries.
2. Insert the two top batteries
with the positive terminal
facing out and the two
bottom batteries with the
negative terminal facing out.
Note: If the battery door does not shut,
please check the position of the batteries.
3. Replace the battery cover.
4. Press the book card down
until it snaps into place.
➤ Removing Book Cards
Warning: Never install or remove a
book card while your unit is on. Any
information that was entered in the builtin book or book card will be erased.
➤ About Screen Illustrations
Warning: If the batteries wear-out completely, or if you take more than approximately
a minute while changing the batteries, any information that was entered in the built-in book
or book card will be erased. You should always keep written copies of your important
information.
Some screen illustrations in this
User’s Guide may differ slightly
from what you see on screen. This
does not mean that your unit is malfunctioning.
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Selecting a Book
Book Card Color Keys
Once a book card is installed in the
unit, you can select which book you
want to use.
1. Turn your unit on.
2. Press CARD .
The red, green, yellow, and blue keys on
your unit change functions according to
the book card you select. Their functions are labelled on individual cards.
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
These are sample books.
3. Press or to highlight
your selection.
When in your book card:
For
the red key
the green key
the yellow key
the blue key
For information on available Franklin
BOOKMAN products, select
.
4. Press ENTER to select it.
Press
MORE
MARK
SEARCH
NOTE
To learn how the color keys on your
book card correspond to the main keys
on your unit, press fn and wait a few
seconds.
➤ Help is Always at Hand
You can view a help message at any
screen by pressing HELP . Use the direction keys to read the message. To
exit help, press BACK .
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Key Guide
Key Guide
MORE
MARK
SEARCH
NOTE
Color Keys
Expands a search.
Places a bookmark.
Goes to the Word search
screen.
Displays a footnote.
CAP
CARD
Direction Keys
Move in the indicated direction.
Function Keys
SAY
HELP
MENU
ENTER
CLEAR
*
BACK
Shifts to type capital letters
and punctuation marks.
Exits the book you were reading.
Turns the unit on or off.
Speaks a Devotional verse.
SPACE
Displays a help message.
Displays the main menus.
Enters a search request, selects an item, or begins a highlight in text.
Goes to the Reference search
screen.
In text, shows book, chapter
and verse.
At a Search screen, types a
✳ to stand for one or more
letters in a word.
At menus and text, pages
down. At a search screen,
types a space.
Combination Keys*
fn
+
CARD
fn
or
+
Pages up or down.
+
At a menu, goes to the first or
last item. In Bible text, goes
to the start or end of the next
or previous chapter.
+
Displays the next or previous verse.
CAP
or
fn
or
Backs up, erases a letter, or
turns off the highlight in text.
*
Transfers a word(s) between
books.
Hold the first key while pressing the second.
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Viewing a Demonstration
or Tutorial
Changing the Settings
When using this Bible, you can activate the Learn-a-Verse feature, adjust
the type size, the shutoff time, and the
screen contrast. The shutoff time is
how long your unit stays on if you forget to turn it off.
You can view a demonstration or tutorial of
this Bible any time you want.
1. Press MENU .
2. Use the arrow keys to highlight
Setup.
3. Press ENTER to select Tutorial or
use
to highlight View
Demo and press
ENTER
1. Press
.
To stop the demonstration or exit from
the Tutorial press CLEAR .
When a book card is installed in your
Franklin platform, select View Demo from
the Setup menu to see the demonstration
for that card.
.
4. Use or to move the
highlight to Set Contrast, Set
Shutoff or Set Type Size.
5. Press ENTER .
➤ Learn-a-Verse
Your Bible comes with a Learn-a-Verse
feature. Each time you turn your Bible
on, you can hear a Devotional verse. If
you wish to turn this feature on, press
to
MENU . Highlight Setup, Use
highlight Learn-a-Verse on and press
ENTER
MENU
2. Use the arrow keys to highlight Setup and press ENTER .
6. Use or to change the
setting.
7. Press ENTER to store your
changes.
.
To turn the feature off, highlight Learna-Verse off and press ENTER .
Press BACK to exit without making a
change.
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Using the Menu
Using the Menu
Using the menu, you can select the Old
or New Testament, search the Index for
a particular chapter or read a daily Devotional verse.
4. Use or to highlight a
Chapter, or type its number
and press ENTER to select it.
For example, to highlight Chapter 5,
type 5.
To type numbers, hold fn and
press q-p.
Reading the Bible
1. Press MENU .
2. Use or to highlight the
Old Testament or New
Testament, and press ENTER to
select it. For example, select
New Testament.
5. Use , fn + or
scroll down.
SPACE
to
6. Use fn + or
to go to the
next or previous verse.
3. Use or to highlight a
book and press ENTER to select
it. For example, select
Romans.
Note: You can also type the name
of a Book to highlight it.
7. Press MENU to return to menu
or press CLEAR to clear your
selection.
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Using the Menu
Using the Menu
Using the Index
Index contains a list of popular chapters with their titles, arranged in the order that they appear in the Bible.
1. Press MENU .
2. Use or to highlight Index
and press ENTER to select it.
5. Press MENU to return to the
menu or press CLEAR to clear
your selection.
➤ Where in the Bible Am I?
At any Bible verse, you can view its
book, chapter, and verse number by
.
pressing
3. Use or to highlight a
selection, or type the name
of the book, chapter and
verse that you wish to view.
For example, to highlight Isaiah
25:1, type isaiah251.
To type numbers, hold fn and
press q-p.
4. Press ENTER to select it.
➤ Resuming Where You Left Off
You can turn your electronic Bible
off at any passage. When you turn
it on again, the last passage that
you viewed appears, unless you
had previously turned on the LearnA-Verse feature. If Learn-A-Verse is
on, you will to hear a Devotional
verse and go to its text.
Note: If you have Learn-A-Verse on,
and wish to return to your last
viewed passage, place a bookmark
in your text before you turn your
electronic Bible off.
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Hearing Devotional Verses
Hearing Devotional Verses
Devotional contains a list of inspirational
verses.
1. Press
MENU
.
2. Use to highlight Devotional and press ENTER to
select it.
The
icon means that this is a
verse that you can hear read.
Whenever you see this icon, you
can press SAY to hear the verse.
4. Press CLEAR when done.
➤ Understanding Say
When you press SAY in a menu or
at a search screen, your Bible will
go to the Devotional menu. To hear
a verse of your choice, follow the
steps outlined above.
When more than one verse on the
screen is marked with
, each
verse so marked will be read in the
order that it appears.
3. Use or to highlight a
selection, or type the name
of the month (abbreviated)
and the day whose selection
you wish to hear, and press
SAY
or ENTER to hear it read.
For example, to hear the Devotional
verse for Oct. 7, type oct7. There is
no need to type the period and
space.
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Finding Bible Verses
Finding Bible Verses
To go directly to a specific Bible verse,
enter its book title, chapter number, and
verse number.
If you enter only a book title and chapter
number, you will go to the start of the
chapter. If you enter only a book title,
you will go to the start of that book.
To find a book that has more than
one volume, you need to type the
numeral first. For example, to find II
Corinthians 5 1, type 2co51.
To type numbers, hold fn and
press q-p.
3. Press ENTER to read.
1. Press
CLEAR
.
4. Use , fn + or SPACE to
scroll down.
5. Press CLEAR when done.
2. Type a book title, chapter
number, and verse number.
Note: Type the initial letters of a
book and the title will be completed
for you. For example, type la for
Lamentations, le for Leviticus or lu
for Luke.
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Searching for Words
Searching for Words
Just as if you were using a concordance, you can search for almost any
word or phrase in this Bible. Simply enter search words to find their occurrences, or matches.
1. Press SEARCH .
2. Type your search word(s). For
example, type kingdom of
God.
You can type up to 35 letters. To type
a space, press SPACE .
Note: You cannot search for common
words such as and and the on their
own.
3. Press ENTER to start the search.
4. Use or to highlight the
menu item you want, and
press ENTER to see the name(s)
of the book(s) with the
matches. For example, select
New Testament.
You may also hold fn and press
ENTER to go directly to the text. You
will go to the first match.
5. Use or to highlight the
book you want, and press
ENTER to see the name(s) of
the chapters with the
matches. For example, select
Luke.
After a word search, only those
books with matches are listed in the
Menu.
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Searching for Words
Searching for Words
6. Use or to highlight the
chapter you want, and press
ENTER to see the text. For
example, select Chapter 6.
➤ Using MatchMaker
Your Bible has a MatchMaker feature to help you find words. If you
are unsure of the spelling or
completion of a word, use ✳ to
stand for one or more letters in a
word. For example, to find
Zaphnathpaaneah, type zaph✳.
Note that the main search words
are boxed.
7. Press fn + or
to see the
next or previous match (if
any).
8. Press CLEAR when done.
Press ENTER to select the highlighted word.
You can either continue to highlight
a menu item and press ENTER till you
come to text, or you can hold fn
and press ENTER to go directly to the
text.
➤ If You Misspell Words
If you enter a misspelled word, or
enter a word not in this Bible, spelling corrections appear. Select the
correction that you want from the
list, or press BACK to change your request.
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Expanding Your Search
You can expand your search to find inflections, synonyms and similar words.
1. Press SEARCH .
2. Type your search word(s) and
press ENTER . For example, type
benefit.
3. Press MORE to expand the
search.
To learn how to view the matches,
please see “Searching for Words.”
You will find that your matched
words include good, profit, sake,
serve and so on.
Highlighting Search Words
You can also search for a word by
highlighting it in a verse. Try this example.
1. Go to Isaiah 12:2.
To learn how, see “Finding Bible Verses.”
2. Press ENTER to start the highlight.
To turn the highlight off, press BACK .
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight salvation.
4. Press ENTER to search for the
highlighted word.
To learn how to view the matches,
please see “Searching for Words.”
5. Press CLEAR when done.
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Viewing Footnotes
Viewing Footnotes
Whenever you see a
after a word
in a verse, that word has a footnote.
You can easily view these footnotes.
Try this example.
➤ When More Than One
Footnote Marker Appears
Sometimes more than one
pear on the screen.
1. Go to Psalms 18:2.
To learn how, see “Finding Bible Verses.”
ap-
Pressing NOTE highlights the first
. Press NOTE repeatedly until it
that you want.
highlights the
Notice the footnote marker.
2. Press NOTE .
3. Press BACK to return to the
verse.
➤ Understanding Footnotes
Press
The footnotes in this Bible have
been added by Franklin Electronic
Publishers to clarify the meaning of
archaic English words. These footnotes are not part of the original
King James Bible.
Press
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ENTER
BACK
to view its footnote.
to go back to the verse.
Using Bookmarks
Using Bookmarks
Adding and Viewing
Bookmarks
You can add up to 50 bookmarks to the
text of this book for quick reference.
1. Press MARK at any verse to
place a bookmark.
You will see a menu with “Add
bookmark” highlighted. Press ENTER
to add the bookmark.
The
marks its placement.
2. Press MARK to view your
bookmark list.
3. Press to highlight a verse.
This is a sample list.
4. Press ENTER to view its verse.
Deleting a Bookmark
You can delete any bookmark you
want. Note: If you reset your unit, all
your bookmarks will be lost.
1. Press MARK to view your list of
bookmarks.
2. Select and go to the verse
whose bookmark you wish to
remove. For example, if you
had John 1 on your bookmark list, go to the text of
John 1.
To learn how, please see “Adding
and Viewing Bookmarks.”
3. Press MARK again.
Remove: …, (the last viewed bookmark) appears as the first list item,
and is highlighted.
4. Press ENTER to remove the
bookmark.
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Transferring Words
Between Books
Resetting Your Unit
This Bible can transfer words to certain BOOKMAN book cards. To send
a word to another book, you must
first install a book card in your unit,
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.
If the keyboard fails to respond, or if
the screen performs erratically, follow
the steps below.
(on/
1. Hold CLEAR and press
off).
If nothing happens, try Step 2.
2. Use a paper clip to gently
press the reset button on
your unit.
The reset button is recessed in a
pin-sized hole to the right of the
book card slot.
Warning! Pressing the reset button
with more than light pressure may permanently disable your unit. In addition,
resetting your unit erases settings and
information entered in its built-in book,
and in an installed book card.
▲
1. Highlight a word in this
Bible.
To highlight a word in Bible text,
press ENTER to start the highlight,
and use the arrow keys to move
the highlight to the word you
want.
2. Hold fn and press CARD .
3. Highlight the icon of the
other book.
4. Press ENTER .
The word you highlighted appears
in the other book.
5. Press ENTER again if needed
to search for that word.
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Reset
Button
Limited Warranty
(outside U.S.)
Specifications
Model KJB-1840
• Batteries: 4 AAA
• Size: 15 x 11.8 x 3.0 cm.
• Weight: 7 oz. without batteries
© 1999 Franklin Electronic Publishers,
Inc., Burlington, NJ 08016-4907 USA.
All rights reserved.
Scripture taken from the Holy Bible,
King James Version.
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Products purchased outside the United
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This warranty explicitly excludes defects
due to misuse, accidental damage, or
wear and tear. This guarantee does not
affect the consumer’s statutory rights.
This unit may change operating modes due to Electrostatic Discharge.
Normal operation of this unit can be re-established by pressing the reset key,
(on/off), or by removing/replacing batteries.
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Limited Warranty (U.S. only)
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FCC Notice
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
–Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
–Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
–Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
–Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
NOTE: This unit was tested with shielded cables on the peripheral devices.
Shielded cables must be used with the unit to insure compliance.
NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Index
* 7, 14
? 7, 10
AC Adaptor Jack 4
Book card color keys 6
Bookmarks
adding 17
deleting 17
viewing 17
CARD key 7, 18
Color Keys 7
Demonstration, viewing the 8
FCC Notice 21
Finding verses 12
Footnotes 16
Headphone Jack 4
Hearing Devotional verses 11
Help 6
Highlighting Words 15
Index, using the 10
Installing
batteries 5
book cards 5
Key Guide 7
Limited Warranty
outside U.S. 19
U.S. only 20
MARK key 7, 17
MatchMaker 14
Menu, using the 9
MORE key 7, 15
NOTE key 7, 16
Resetting Your Unit 18
Resuming 10
SAY key 11
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Index
Screen illustrations 5
Search
expanding your 15
for words 13
SEARCH key 7, 13
Selecting a book 6
Settings, changing the 8
Speaker 4
Special Features 4
Specifications 19
Transferring Words 18
Tutorial, viewing the 8
Volume Control 4
Where am I 10
ISB-28003-00
P/N 7201618
Rev. A
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
KJB-1840
HOLY BIBLE
KING JAMES VERSION

Electronic Publishers
www.franklin.com
USER’S GUIDE
BOOKMAN® II
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