Global Geoscience Watch

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Unformatted text preview: bookmark pages that contain dynamic content, such as search results, marked items or a document. Download an audio version of the document (not available for videos, images and podcasts) Get a bibliographic citation automatically generated for you in a format of your choice (more details on page 20) Mark the current document, which sets it aside so you can print, email, download and generate bibliographic citations for all your marked items at once (refer to page 7) Display the text of the document in a different language Marking and Saving a Document Within the TOOLS Box, you'll find an ADD TO MARK LIST selection checkbox . Click the selection box to “mark” the document so that you can easily return to it at any time during your current session (refer to page 7). A document that you have previously marked will show a check mark in the checkbox. You can also save the web address of the document for future access after you've ended your current session by clicking the Bookmark star (refer to page 7). 20 User's Guide: Global Geoscience Watch The TOOLBOX Menu The TOOLBOX menu, located at the top of the page in the banner area, lets you access the following: HELP – Opens the Help window ABOUT – Takes you to the G REENR product website PREFERENCES – Lets you customize certain features of your current session BOOKMARK – Copy and paste the website address of the page currently being viewed into another document, add it to your browser bookmarks, and/or e-mail it (refer to page 7). This option is not available for all pages. DICTIONARY – Look up words in an online dictionary TITLE LIST – Download source lists GUIDED TOUR – Watch a video tour of G REENR How to Cite You can get bibliographic citation(s) automatically generated for you in a format of your choice, including in the Modern Language Association and the American Psychological Association styles. You may generate a citation for a single document from the Document View page (page 18). Or you can generate multiple citations at once from your list of marked items (page 7). Just look for the CITATION TOOLS tool. You will be able to save the formatted citation(s) as an HTML file, view on-screen for printing, or export the citation(s) for use with third-party software....
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2014 for the course GEO 101 taught by Professor Hanson during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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