[00:00:06.789]For each item,
you'll find the document title
as well as publication information
which may include place of publication,
publication date and number of pages.
For each document, you'll find a variety of tools
including bookmarking, downloading, sharing,
printing, citation and email tools.
Use the bookmark feature to copy and paste
or email a bookmark for the page.
The bookmark provides a persistent URL
that you can copy and use to link from web pages,
blogs, learning management systems,
social media or anywhere else you can post a link.
Click the download icon to save a PDF
or OCR version of the document.
When downloading a PDF,
you can download the current page,
selected pages or the entire document.
Click the share icon to share the document
using social media.
Click the print icon to print the document.
Select the page range you want to print.
Click the citation tools icon
to generate a citation in MLA, APA or Chicago format
or to export the citation for use
in a third party citation tool.
Click the email icon to send a copy of the document
to yourself or someone else.
Click the folder icon to save the document
and return to it later.
When you want to view, cite,
email or print your saved document,
select tools from the resource banner
and then select my folder.
Use the image viewing pane to navigate the document.
Use the arrows at the top of the viewer
to move forward or backward
or enter a page number to jump to a specific page.
Use the magnifying glass icons to zoom in or out.
Use the left/right and up/down arrows
to reposition the document.
Click the adjust image icon
to change the image contrast or brightness
or to invert the image,
that is change the image from positive to negative
to improve readability.
Click the full screen icon to view the document
in full screen mode.
To exit full screen mode, click the icon again.
Use the search within box
to further search the current document.
Check the allow variations checkbox
to accommodate for spelling variations
sometimes found in historical documents.
When available, use the relevant pages, relevant notes,
table of contents or articles, illustrations,
or related volumes links to navigate through the document
or to related documents.
For some content types,
you'll find notes about the document or image.
Tags are user-created keywords,
usually just one or two words,
that you can use to categorize documents
that you want to return to.
Public tags are visible to everyone.
Private tags are only visible to you.
You cannot edit or remove public tags
that you did not create.
To tag a document,
look for the tags text boxes at the bottom of the page.
Enter a term and then click enter.
Click tools and then my folder
to access any tags you've saved.
Here, you'll find the public
and private tags you've created.
The number of documents
associated with each tag is displayed.
Click on the tag to view a list of documents
that have that tag.
Click on the document title or thumbnail image
to view the document.
You can create as many tags as you need
or delete tags you no longer need.
When available, you'll find related subjects.
Use these links to access related search results.
At the bottom of the document page,
you'll find a full citation as well as a source citation
and a Gale document number
which you can use in the advanced search
to return to this document.