Franklin IC-119 User's Manual

Franklin IC-119 User's Manual
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Electronic Publishers
For Use with the Franklin
Digital Book System
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IC-119
DIGITAL BOOK
KJV
HOLY BIBLE
KING JAMES VERSION
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Electronic Publishers
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
User’s Manual
FCR-28019-00 A PN 7201765
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Contents
Getting Started ............................................... 4
Viewing a Demo.............................................. 6
Using the Menus ............................................ 7
Finding Book, Chapter, Verse ....................... 9
Reading the Bible .......................................... 11
Searching For Words .................................... 13
Searching for Phrases .................................. 16
Expanding Searches ..................................... 18
Expanding Search Words ............................ 20
Picking Search Words .................................. 23
Viewing Footnotes ........................................ 25
Using Bookmarks .......................................... 27
Changing Settings ........................................ 29
Sending Words .............................................. 31
Digital Book System® ................................... 33
Specifications ................................................ 36
Warranty ........................................................ 37
Key Guide ...................................................... 38
Index ............................................................... 39
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Introduction
Congratulations! Your new Bible combines the
majesty and poetry of the King James Version (KJV)
with the latest technology from Franklin Electronic
Publishers.
Using this Bible, you can. . .
• read any verse of the Old or New Testament,
• scan and read surrounding verses,
• search for words or phrases as you would in
a concordance,
• pick and search for words from any verse,
• expand your searches,
• view footnotes and word counts,
• place up to 30 bookmarks,
• change type sizes and other settings, and
• look up Bible words in other digital books.
This User’s Manual shows you how. You can use it
as a tutorial or as a reference.
✓ Your First Tip
Throughout this User’s Manual, you’ll see tips
about how to get the most from your new Bible.
Look for them.
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Getting Started
You must install the Bible digital book before you
can use it. WARNING: Never install a digital book
when the Digital Book System is on.
1. Turn the Digital Book System off.
2. Install the Bible in a slot on the back.
3. Press
ON/OFF
.
4. To adjust the contrast, turn the wheel
on the side of the Digital Book System.
If the screen is still blank, check the batteries.
✓ Protect Your Digital Books
If you install or remove digital books while the
Digital Book System is on, information that you
entered in any installed digital book may be
erased.
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Getting Started
Once the Bible is installed, here is how to select and
start using it.
1. Press
CARD
.
2. Press
or
Bible symbol.
3. Press
ENTER
to highlight the KJV
.
This is the Request Line of the Bible. You can
always go to the Request Line by pressing CLEAR .
✓ Resuming Where You Left Off
When using the Bible, you can turn off the
Digital Book System at any time. When you turn
the Digital Book System on again, you’ll return
to the screen that you last viewed.
5
Viewing a Demo
Before using the Bible, you may want to view a
demonstration of what it can do.
1. Press
MENU
.
2. Press
to highlight V i e w D e m o
under O t h e r.
3. Press
ENTER
.
4. To stop the demo, press
CLEAR
.
✓ Help is at Hand
Except while viewing the demo, you can view a
help message at any screen by pressing HELP .
To scroll up or down, press
or
.
To page down, press DN or SPACE .
To go to the start or end of a message,
hold
and press
or
.
To exit a help message, press BACK .
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Using the Menus
Using the Old and New menus, you can select and
view any book or section of the Bible. Try this
example.
1. If you’re not at the menus, press
2. Press
MENU
.
to highlight N e w.
The flashing arrows show which arrow keys
you can press at any screen.
3. Press
4. Press
5. Press
to highlight R o m a n s.
ENTER
or
SPEC
.
to highlight a section.
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Using the Menus
6. Press
ENTER
7. Press
MENU
.
to return to the menus.
A check marks the book that you last read.
✓ Tips for Using Menus
• To go to the top or bottom of a menu, hold the
gold key,
, while pressing
or
.
For example, hold
and press
under
the Old menu to highlight Malachi .
• To go directly to the first verse of a book,
highlight the book under the Old or New menu
and then press
plus ENTER .
• To view the section menu of the current book
when you’re viewing verses, press SPEC .
Then select and view another section.
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Finding Book, Chapter, Verse
You can find any verse of the Bible by entering a
book title, chapter number, and verse number at the
Request Line. You should type a space or colon
between the chapter and verse numbers. You don’t
need to type capital letters.
1. At the Request Line, type a book title,
chapter number, and verse number.
To type numbers, press
plus the numbered
keys.* To type a space, press SPACE . To type a
colon, press SHIFT plus ; : . To erase
characters, press BACK .
2. Press
3. Press
ENTER
or
.
DN
to move down.
4. When you’re done, press
CLEAR
.
*If you’re using a DBS-2D, simply press the number keys.
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Finding Book, Chapter, Verse
✓ Tips for Finding Verses
• Type only a book title to find the first verse in a
book. Type a book and chapter number to find
the first verse in a chapter.
• Type abbreviations rather than full book titles
(e.g., ps for Psalms or eph for Ephesians).
• Type an Arabic or Roman numeral before
books of more than one volume
(e.g., 1 samuel or II kings ).
✓ Ambiguous Requests
Some book titles are also words in the Bible. If
you request one alone, you see a menu like this:
To read the book, press ENTER . To search for
the word, press
and then ENTER .
✓ Understanding Sections
The section titles have been added by Franklin
Electronic Publishers for your convenience. They
are not part of the King James Version.
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Reading the Bible
Once you’ve found a Bible verse, you can scan and
view surrounding verses. The following example
starts at Genesis 1:1.
1. Press
CLEAR
.
2. Press
ENTER
.
3. Press
4. Press
or
DN
Or press
or
to scroll.
UP
SPACE
to page down or up.
to page down.
5. Press
plus
or
to go to
the end or start of the chapter.
6. Press
plus DN or UP to go to
the next or previous chapter.
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Reading the Bible
✓ Where in the Bible Are You?
Once at a verse, you can view its book,
chapter, and verse number by pressing
?*.
✓ Viewing Word Counts
Once at a verse, you can view the number of
times a word occurs in the Bible.
First, press ENTER to start the highlight.
Then press the arrow keys to highlight a word.
Then press
plus SPEC .
You cannot view the counts of the short,
common words listed on p. 24.
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Searching For Words
You can search for any word in the Bible, except the
short, common words listed on p. 24. Simply enter
up to four words at the Request Line. You’ll find
every occurrence, or match, of the word(s).
1. At the Request Line, type up to four words.
You don’t need to type capital letters.
To erase letters, press BACK .
2. Press
ENTER
.
The diamonds mark the first match.
3. Press
plus
DN
to view the next match.
To view the previous match, press
plus
UP
.
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Searching For Words
4. Press
MENU
.
5. Press the arrow keys to highlight a book
under O l d or N e w.
6. Press ENTER and then select a section with
matches.
7. To clear the search, press
CLEAR
.
✓ Understanding Menus
After a word search, the Old and New menus
and section menus list only those books and
sections containing matches of your search
words. The last book or section that you read is
checkmarked.
To view full book and section menus, clear
your search by pressing CLEAR . Then press
MENU .
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Searching For Words
✓ If You Misspell a Word
When you request a misspelled word, or a
correctly spelled word that is not in the Bible,
you see a correction list like this:
Press
or
to highlight a correction and
then press ENTER . Or press BACK to edit
your request.
✓ If No Matches Are Found
When you request two or more words that have
no exact matches, you see this menu:
To search for similar words (i.e., inflections
and synonyms), press ENTER . To edit your
request, press
and then ENTER .
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Searching for Phrases
Using the Search menu, you can select an ordered
search and then narrow the search width so that you
can find phrases. An ordered search finds words in
the order that you request them. You can make
these selections before or after a word search.
1. Press
.
MENU
2. Press the arrow keys to highlight
O r d e r e d S e a r c h under S e a r c h.
Italicized items can’t be used now.
3. Press
ENTER
.
A check marks your selection. You can deselect it
by pressing ENTER again.
4. Press
5. Press
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to highlight C h a n g e S e a r c h W i d t h.
ENTER
.
Searching for Phrases
6. Press
to highlight C l o s e T o g e t h e r.
Then press ENTER .
7. Type a phrase.
8. Press
ENTER
.
✓ Understanding Ordered Searches
Remember, ordered searches find words only
in the order in which you request them.
For example, an ordered search for holy
spirit will not find spirit holy
.
✓ Understanding Search Widths
The search width is how far apart your words can
be in matches. Here are what the widths mean:
: search words adjacent
Close Together
or nearly adjacent
Not as Close
Far Apart
: a few words apart
: many words apart
Very Far Apart
: a few verses apart.
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Expanding Searches
To find more matches, you can expand a word
search up to three times. Each expansion adds
related words to your word search. Try this example.
1. At the Request Line, type b e l i e f.
2. Press
ENTER
to view the first match.
3. Press
MENU
.
4. Press the arrow keys to highlight
E x p a n d S e a r c h under S e a r c h.
5. Press
ENTER
.
The number of books with matches increases.
6. Press ENTER two more times to fully expand
the search.
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Expanding Searches
7. Press the arrow keys to highlight a book
under the Old or New menu.
8. Press ENTER and then select a section with
matches.
✓ Unexpanding Searches
To unexpand an expanded word search, first
press MENU . Then press the arrow keys to
highlight the Unexpand Search item under the
Search menu. Then press ENTER .
✓ A Quick Way to Expand Searches
Rather than using the Expand Search item
under the Search menu, simply press MORE up
to three times to expand a word search. After a
word search, you can press MORE when Bible
verses or the Old and New menus are in view.
To quickly unexpand an expanded word search,
press
plus MORE .
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Expanding Search Words
When you search for more than one word, you can
expand and then unexpand each word separately to
fine-tune a word search.
1. At the Request Line, type c r e a t i o n g o d.
2. Press
ENTER
.
3. Press
MENU
.
4. Press the arrow keys to highlight
E x p a n d a W o r d under S e a r c h.
5. Press
ENTER
.
6. Press
ENTER
to expand c r e a t i o n.
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Expanding Search Words
The number of matches increases.
7. Press
ENTER
again to fully expand the word.
If you press ENTER again, you see a message
that no more expansion is possible.
8. Press
BACK
.
9. Press the arrow keys to highlight a book
under the Old or New menu.
10. Press ENTER and then select a section
with matches.
✓ Unexpanding Search Words
You can unexpand expanded words in a
multiple-word search by highlighting the
Unexpand a Word item under the Search
menu. Then press ENTER . Then highlight a
search word to unexpand. Then press ENTER .
Only an expanded search word can be
unexpanded. You can unexpand a fully
expanded search up to three times.
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Expanding Search Words
✓ Understanding Expansion Levels
When you expand a search word, you see a
message showing the current expansion level.
There are four expansion levels. Each level
adds related words to your search.
Expansion Level 1 is the unexpanded search
word (e.g., belief) alone. Level 2 adds inflections (e.g., believe and believed). Level 3 adds
compound and related words (e.g., believer
and unbelief). Level 4 adds synonyms (e.g.,
understand and obeyed).
If an expansion level adds no words, the
expansion automatically moves to the next
level. For that reason, many words are fully
expanded to Level 4 after less than three
expansions.
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Picking Search Words
You can also search for a word by highlighting, or
picking, it from a Bible verse. You can pick and
search for any word except the short, common
words listed on p. 24. Try this example.
1. At the Request Line, type r o m a n s 5 6.
2. Press
ENTER
3. Press
ENTER
to find the verse.
to start the highlight.
You can turn off the highlight by pressing
BACK
.
4. Press the arrow keys to highlight r i g h t e o u s .
5. Press
ENTER
to search for matches.
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Picking Search Words
6. Press
plus
DN
to view the next match.
7. Press MENU to view the books with
matches under the Old and New menus.
✓ Words Too Common to Search
You cannot search for these words because
they are too common:
a, an, and, are, as, be, but, by, for, from, he,
her, him, his, I, in, it, me, my, not, O, of, our,
out, shall, shalt, she, that, the, thee, their,
them, they, thou, thy, to unto, up, upon, us,
was, we, were, with, ye, you.
✓ Understanding Verse Markings
Verse numbers are at the left in boldface type.
The ¶ marks paragraphs. Italics indicate words
added by the original translators of the King
James Bible. Horizontal lines,
, mark
the end of chapters, footnotes, and help.
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Viewing Footnotes
When you see a
in a verse, a footnote about
archaic English usage exists. To learn how to view
footnotes, follow this example.
1. At the Request Line, type p s a l m 1 6 7.
2. Press
ENTER
.
Notice the footnote symbol,
3. Press
4. Press
, after
reins
.
plus N .
BACK
to go back to the verse.
✓ Understanding Footnotes
The footnotes in this Bible have been added by
Franklin Electronic Publishers to clarify the
meaning and usage of archaic English words.
These footnotes are not part of the King James
Version.
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Viewing Footnotes
✓ When More Than One Note Appears
When more than one
appears on screen,
press
plus N to view the footnote
nearest the top.
To view other footnotes on screen, first press
ENTER to start the highlight. Then press the
arrow keys to highlight another .
Next, press
plus N , or simply ENTER ,
to view the note. Once you’ve read the footnote,
press BACK to go back to its verse.
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Using Bookmarks
For quick reference, you can place up to 30 bookmarks in the Bible. Then you can scan your bookmark list and view any marked verse. In this
example, we’ll place a bookmark at Matthew 5:3.
1. Type m a t t h e w 5 3. Then press
2. Press
LIST
ENTER
.
.
This is a sample bookmark list. Yours will vary.
3. Press
ENTER
to add a bookmark.
The bookmark,
4. Press
LIST
, is placed at the top verse.
again.
• To delete the bookmark that you just added,
press ENTER .
• To view a marked verse, press
Then press ENTER .
to highlight it.
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Using Bookmarks
✓ A Quick Way to Place Bookmarks
Rather than pressing LIST and then ENTER
to place a bookmark at a verse, simply press
plus M .
✓ Deleting Bookmarks
To delete a bookmark from your bookmark list,
follow these steps.
1. Press
2. Press
3. Press
LIST
.
to highlight a verse.
plus D delete its bookmark.
To delete all your bookmarks, press CLEAR
plus ON/OFF . CAUTION: When you delete all
your bookmarks, the menus return to their
original (i.e., factory default) settings.
✓ Understanding Bookmarks
Your bookmarks are listed from oldest (top) to
newest (bottom). When you view your bookmark list from a verse, the top line lets you add
or delete a bookmark at the current verse.
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Changing Settings
Using the Other menu, you can change the type
size and the shutoff time at any time. Here is how.
1. Press
MENU
.
2. Press the arrow keys to highlight
S e t T y p e S i z e under O t h e r.
3. Press
4. Press
ENTER
.
or
to highlight a type size.
To keep the current size, press
to Step 7.
5. Press
ENTER
to select it.
6. Press
MENU
.
BACK
. Then go
7. Press the arrow keys to highlight
S e t S h u t o f f under O t h e r.
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Changing Settings
8. Press
9. Press
10. Press
ENTER
.
or
ENTER
to highlight a time.
to select it.
✓ Understanding Times and Sizes
• The shutoff time is how long the Bible stays
on when you forget to turn it off.
• The type size is how large the letters appear
in verses, messages, and the Request Line.
if you normally read large-print books,
pick Large or Very Large
✓ Backing Up
Remember, you can back out of the Pick a
Type Size or Pick a Shutoff Time menu without
changing settings by pressing BACK .
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Sending Words
The Bible can send and receive words to and from
certain digital books such as dictionaries and encyclopedias. In this example, we’ll look up a word from the
Bible in the Concise Columbia Encyclopedia (IC-114).
1. Type
2. Press
l u k e 1 8 3 1.
ENTER
Then press
ENTER
again.
3. Press the arrow keys to highlight
4. Press
.
plus
CARD
J e r u s a l e m.
.
5. Press
or
to highlight
the Columbia Encyclopedia symbol.
6. Press
ENTER
.
Jerusalem appears in the Request Line of the
Encyclopedia.
7. Press
ENTER
.
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Sending Words
8. Press
to read the entry.
✓ Comparing Translations
If you install the King James Version and
another Bible such as the New International
Version (IC-121) in your Digital Book System,
you can easily compare translations. Here’s how:
1. At a verse in either Bible, press
plus CARD .
2. Highlight the symbol of the other Bible.
3. Press
ENTER
.
The book, chapter, and verse number appear
in the Request Line of the other Bible.
4. Press
ENTER
to view the verse.
To return to the same verse in the first Bible,
repeat these steps.
✓ Receiving Words
The Bible can also receive words from other
digital books (e.g., the Columbia Concise
Encyclopedia). To send a word to the Bible, first
highlight a word in the other book. (Read its
User’s Manual to learn how.) Then press
plus CARD and select the Bible symbol.
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Digital Book System®
This section reviews key features of the Digital Book
System.
Resetting the Digital Book System
If the keyboard fails to respond or the screen
performs erratically, first press CLEAR and then
press ON/OFF . If nothing happens, hold CLEAR
and press ON/OFF . If still nothing happens, press
the recessed reset button on the back of the Digital
Book System using a paper clip.
Sending Words Between Books
Some digital books can send and receive words
from other digital books.
1. Highlight a word in a digital book.
Read its User's Manual to learn how.
2. Hold
and press
3. Press
or
CARD
.
to highlight a book symbol.
4. Press ENTER .
The first screen of the selected digital book
appears.
5. If needed, press
the word.
ENTER
again to look up
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Digital Book System
Replacing the Batteries
The Digital Book System uses CR2032 lithium
batteries. CAUTION: Have new batteries ready
before following these steps.
1. Turn the Digital Book System off.
2. Press and slide the battery cover off the back
of the unit. Then remove all the batteries.
3. Place a battery, with its plus (+) sign up, at the
bottom of each battery cavity.
4. Place a battery, plus sign up, at the top of
each cavity. The metal clip must contact
the top battery.
5. Replace the battery cover
✓ Battery Warnings
To avoid deleting information from your
installed digital books:
• Replace batteries before they lose all power.
• Once batteries have been removed,
install new ones within two minutes.
• Don’t mix old and new batteries.
• Never remove batteries with the unit on.
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Digital Book System
Protection and Storage
• Don't touch the metal contacts on the back of your
digital books or the rubber contacts in the book
slots of the Digital Book System. CAUTION:
Touching the contacts with statically charged
objects, including your fingers, could erase information that you entered in your installed digital books.
• Don't put excessive pressure or weight on your
digital books or Digital Book System.
• Don't expose your digital books to extreme or
prolonged heat, cold, or other adverse conditions.
When you're not using your Digital Book System,
keep digital books or dummy books in its slots to
prevent dust build-up.
Cleaning
To clean the digital books, apply isopropyl alcohol
with cotton swab.
To clean the Digital Book System, apply a mild
household cleaner onto a soft cloth. CAUTION:
Spraying liquids directly on your Digital Book System
could damage its circuitry.
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Specifications
Model IC-119
• Old and New Testaments, King James Version
• Two search methods: (1) by book, chapter, and
verse, and (2) by search word(s)
• Pick mode, word search expansion/unexpansion,
and search word expansion/unexpansion
• Word order and search width settings
• Word counts and section menus
• Book, chapter and verse reminders
• Spelling correction
• Up to 30 bookmarks
• Usage footnotes
• Adjustable type size, shutoff time, and contrast
• Context-sensitive help messages
• Size: 2-1/4” x 1-1/4” x 1/4”
Copyrights, Trademarks, and Patents
© 1989-1993 Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc.
Mt. Holly, N.J., 08060 U.S.A. All rights reserved.
Scripture taken from the Holy Bible, King James
Version. Digital Book System is a registered
trademark of Franklin.
Patents: 4,490,811; 4,982,181; 5,113,340;
5,153,831; 5,153,831; DES.321,366. European
Patent: 0 136 379. Patents Pending
ISBN 1-56712-036-9
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Key Guide
Back up; erase; or stop highlight in verses.
Exit the Bible.
CLEAR
Clear a request.
Enter a request; select items; start highlight.
ENTER
HELP
View a help message.
LIST
View the bookmark list.
MENU
View to and from menus.
MORE
Expand a word search.
ON/OFF
Turn the Digital Book System on or off.
SHIFT
Shift keys.
SPACE
Type a space; or page down.
View a section menu.
SPEC
CARD
Send word/verse between digital books.
D
Delete a bookmark from the list.
ENTER Go to verses from the Old or New menu.
M
Place a bookmark at a verse.
MORE
Unexpand an expanded word search.
N
View a footnote.
Q etc. Type numbers.
SPEC
View word count of a highlighted word.
Move in indicated direction.
DN
Page up or down.
UP
Go to start/end of menu or chapter.
DN
Go to next/previous chapter or match.
UP
View the book, chapter, verse number
?*
at a verse.
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BACK
CARD
Index
? key 12
symbol 13
¶ symbol 24
symbol 27
[Index to come][
symbol 25-26
Ambiguous requests 10
Arrows 7, 11
Auto-resume 5
BACK key 6, 9, 23, 30
Batteries, replacing 34
Bookmarks
deleting 28
placing 27-28
viewing 27
CARD key 5, 32
Check marks 8, 16
CLEAR key 5
Contrast, adjusting 4
Comparing verses 32
Copyrights, Trademarks,
and Patents 36
Demonstration 6
Digital Book System
cleaning 35
protecting 35
resetting 33
Digital books, installing 4
DN key 11
Erasing characters 9
Expanding
search words 20
searches using menus 18
searches using MORE 19
Expansion levels 22
Finding
books/sections using
menus 7
books/sections using
requests 9, 10
Genesis 1:1 11
phrases 16
verses 9
words 13
words by picking them 23
words from other books 32
words in other books 31
Footnotes 25
GOLD+CARD 31
GOLD+DN 11, 13
GOLD+ENTER 8
GOLD+M 28
GOLD+MORE 19
GOLD+N 25
GOLD+SPEC 12
GOLD+UP 11
HELP key 6
Highlighting
digital book symbols 5
footnotes in verses 26
turning off 23
words for word counts 12
words to search 23
Installing digital books 4
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Index
Italics
in menus 16
in verses 24
LIST key 27
MENU key 6, 7
Menus
section 7
viewing 6
zooming up and down 8
MORE key 19
New menu 7
No Matches menu 15
Old menu 7
ON/OFF key 4
Ordered searches 16, 17
Other menu 6, 29
Phrases, finding 16-17
Pick a Width menu 16
Pick a Shutoff Time
menu 30
Pick a Type Size menu 29
Pick a Word to Expand
menu 20
Pick Which Request Type
menu 10
Request line 5
Screen contrast 4
Search menu 18
Search width 16, 17
Searches
expansion levels 22
40
ordered 16
picking words in verses 23
too common words 24
Sections 10
Sending
verses 32
words 31-32
SHIFT key 9
Shutoff time 29, 30
SPACE key 6, 9
SPEC key 7, 14
Specifications 36
Spelling correction 15
Type size, changing 29
Typing
abbreviations 10
colons 9
numbers 9
spaces 9
Unexpanding
search words 21
searches 19
UP key 11
Viewing
book, chapter, verse no.12
bookmark list 27
demo 6
footnotes 25
help messages 6
menus 6, 7
section menus 7, 8
verses 11
word counts 12
Warranty 37

Electronic Publishers
For Use with the Franklin
Digital Book System
F
IC-119
DIGITAL BOOK
KJV
HOLY BIBLE
KING JAMES VERSION

Electronic Publishers
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
User’s Manual
FCR-28019-00 A PN 7201765
Printed in China
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