MOF wrote:I prefer paper to PDF because I can easily go from one page to another when it’s two separate, but related, topics e.g. “see page 123” when you’re on page 5.
PDFs are very much a mixed bunch. Some are top notch, fully thubmnailed & indexed, with clickable text links, others are just like photocopies [and not just the ones from the 80's]
Most PDFs ive used are portrait and my screens are mainly landscape. :headbang:
I sometimes print out some of the essential info (like the more obscure power up button presses) and stick it somewhere handy.
The Elf wrote:At least with paper I could scribble over the stuff I didn't need
You might be able to customise your manuals using a free PDF editor, either downloaded or on "the cloud".
Deletions and mark ups sound like they should be basic functions.
Arpangel wrote:I have instructions printed in bright red on the inside of my cars sun visor, when I pull it down it says "WARNING! DO NOT DRIVE CAR ON LONG GRASS OR COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL"
Sensible advise !