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Use the menu icon to bring up a list of all the items currently in the library. Click on a item to open it.
Index View - This view splits the book into its constituent pages. Clicking on a page will take you straight there. You can also go back to viewing the book by clicking Book View (the Index View button toggles to Book View).
Reset - If you have got the book into a position where it is difficult to view you may wish to get back to the starting position of the book. Click reset to achieve this.
Rotate - Clicking this option rotates the book by 90 degree increments, so you can click through to 90, 180 and 270 degrees. If you use this tool, you may want to click on Reset if it's easier to get back to a standard view that way.
Zoom In/Out - Clicking on these options will zoom in or out within predefined limits.
Move - If you click the move option, the move facility will be activated. By clicking and holding down on the book you will be able to move it around your virtual desktop. When you have it in the position you want, click on the move tool again to deselect it.
This will play an audio or video file related to the pages if they have one. Sometimes it may give the option of an audio or video file throughout the book.
This will bring up a text panel that contains text relevant to the pages. You can resize the text using the options in the Settings panel. You can leave it up as you navigate through a book and the text will automatically refresh.
This offers the ability to search the library. It will search all text associated with a book and offer the option to open a book that matches your search term, or, if possible, open a book directly at an opening that matches your search term.
This offers the ability to change text size throughout the application and alter the way the page turns. The default page turn allows you to drag a page from a corner to turn it, or to click outside of that corner to turn a page. On a slower computer or touch device, you may find it easier to disable the “Drag to turn” option.
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