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biggrin How to Turn a Page {Mac User Leopard}

Can someone tell what button or combo of buttons turns a page, or are we stuck using a mouse? Thanks ahead of time.
PS the arrows do not work for this............................
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Re: How to Turn a Page {Mac User Leopard}

Hmm, well, the software is not a book.
You can tell the program to show more then one chapter if you want to read further.
Just enter the appropriate reference in the reference text box.
I.e. "gen 5" will show the complete 5th chapter of genesis book.
Or "gen 5-7" will show chapter 5-7. Then you can use the arrow keys to scroll down or up.


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Re: How to Turn a Page {Mac User Leopard}

Can someone tell what button or combo of buttons turns a page, or are we stuck using a mouse? Thanks ahead of time.
PS the arrows do not work for this............................


As simple as it sounds... use the apple key and the arrow keys :)

Apple + Arrow up or down = Bookscrolling
Apple + Arrow right or left = Chapterscrolling

thats it :)

blessings from Germany, david
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