Documents List for the Player Training Program

Quick Start Guide -This document arrives in the box with the player and contains basic information for player unpacking and operation.

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This document arrives in the box with the player and contains instructions for safe operation.

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Standard Player User Guide - This document provides information about unpacking and using the standard player including button operation, cartridges, and battery information and safety instructions. It is valuable to keep handy for answering patron questions. You can access the user guide in both Spanish and English.

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Advanced Player User Guide - This document provides information about unpacking and using the advanced player including button operation, cartridges, and battery information and safety instructions. It is valuable to keep handy for answering patron questions. You can access the user guide in both Spanish and English.

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Library Guide - This comprehensive technical document provides detailed information on all aspects of the standard and advanced player including user operation and controls, diagnostic operations, player configuration and operation with an XML file, player checkout procedures, and general maintenance activities. It is not intended for patrons.

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Procedures for Library Duplication: Getting Started. This section offers advice for a recommended preliminary process for library duplication of DBs.

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Steps to Downloading and Duplicating NLS Digital Books. This training tool has simple step-by-step procedures for downloading DBs.

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Tips to Identify Downloaded DBs. This information contains basic guidelines for locating BARD digital books on the computer after they have been downloaded.

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