Powerful, hand-held electronic dictionary and thesaurus with a 5-line display. Includes 100,000 words, 300,000 definitions, 500,000 thesaurus entries, SAT word list, Learning Exercises, and so much more.
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USERS GUIDE / MANUAL DEL USUARIO BOOKMAN II
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Table of Contents
Installing Batteries.... 5 Installing Book Cards.... 6 Selecting a Book.... 6 Book Card Color Keys.... 7 Using the Dictionary Menu... 7 Viewing a Demonstration or Tutorial.. 8 Changing the Settings.... 8 Finding Dictionary Entries... 9 Using the Thesaurus.... 11 Viewing Confusables.... 12 Highlighting Words.... 12 Saving and Deleting Words... 13 Using Learning Exercises.... 15 Playing the Games... 17 Using the Calculator... 20 Using the Converter.... 21 Transferring Words Between Books... 22 Resetting Your Unit.... 22
Welcome to the world of Franklin. This Franklin model is a powerful, portable electronic reference with a built-in book, plus one slot in the back for a book card. With Merriam-Websters Dictionary and Thesaurus, you can: find over 100,000 words with complete definitions, most of which contain parts of speech and usage examples; see a words synonyms, antonyms, and other related words using the built-in thesaurus; let state-of-the-art spell correction help you find the word youre looking for; learn a new word every time you turn the unit on; use the MatchMaker function to find words of whose spelling youre unsure, or to help solve crossword puzzles; browse the SAT* Word List, which contains words most commonly found on the Scholastic Assessment Tests; improve your spelling and vocabulary using the Learning Exercises; create your own list of study words in My Word List; play nine fun and educational games, including Hangman, Anagrams, Jumble, Word Builder, Word Train, Link Four and Tic Tac Toe. Your Franklin model also comes with a calculator and a metric and currency converter. To learn more, read this Users Guide.
* SAT is a registered trademark of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
Goes to the dictionary. Goes to the thesaurus. Goes to the Games menu. Goes to the Exercises menu (for Learning Exercises). Function Keys
Shifts to type capital letters and punctuation marks. Exits the book you were reading. Toggles between the calculator and converter. Direction Keys Moves in the indicated direction.
Turns the unit on or off. Displays a help message. Displays the main menus for the dictionary. Enters a word, selects an item, or begins a highlight in an entry. Goes to the Word Entry screen in the dictionary. Clears the calculator. At the Word Entry screen, types a ? to stand for one letter in a word. At a menu, displays a menu item. At a dictionary entry, displays the headword. Backs up, erases a letter, or turns off the highlight at an entry.
At menus and dictionary entries, pages down. At the Word Entry screen, types a space.
Combination Keys* Transfers a word between books. At a dictionary entry, pages up or down.
At a menu, goes to the first or last item. At a dictionary entry, or goes to the start or end of the entry. * Hold the first key while pressing the second.
+ At a dictionary entry, displays the next or previous entry.
Types a hyphen. At the Word Entry screen, types an asterisk to stand for a series of letters in a word. In games, gives a hint.
Your unit is powered by two CR-2032 lithium, 3-volt batteries. Follow these easy instructions to install or replace them. 1. Turn your unit over. 2. Lift the battery cover on the back of your unit by pushing on the catch. 3. Install the batteries with the positive side facing up. 4. Replace the battery cover. Warning: If the batteries wear-out completely, or if you take more than approximately a minute while changing the batteries, any information that was entered in the built-in book or book card will be erased. You should always keep written copies of your important information. Help is Always at Hand You can view a help message at any screen by pressing help. Use the direction keys to read the message. To exit help, press clear.
+j +? *
a (1/x) s (x) d (x2) f (%)
x (M+) c (M-) v (MR) b (MC)
Calculator Keys Calculates a reciprocal. Calculates a square root. Squares a number. Calculates a percentage. Inserts a decimal point. Changes the number on the screen to a negative or positive number. Adds the number to the number stored in the memory. Subtracts the number from the number stored in the memory. Recalls the number stored in the memory. Clears the memory. Clears the calculation(s).
Installing Book Cards
1. Turn your unit off. 2. Turn your unit over. 3. Align the tabs on the book card with the notches in the slot.
Selecting a Book
Once a book card is installed in the unit, you can select which book you want to use. 1. Turn your unit on. 2. Press card.
These are sample books. 3. Press or selection. 4. Press the book card down until it snaps into place. Removing Book Cards Warning: Never install or remove a book card while your unit is on. Any information that was entered in the builtin book or book card will be erased. About Screen Illustrations Some screen illustrations in this Users Guide may differ slightly from what you see on screen. This does not mean that your unit is malfunctioning.
to highlight your
For information on available Franklin BOOKMAN products, select. 4. Press
to select it.
Opening Your Unit To open your unit, push the latch on the lid towards the back of the unit and lift up.
Book Card Color Keys
The red, green, yellow, and blue keys on your unit change functions according to the book card you select. Their functions are labelled on individual cards.
Using the Dictionary Menu
When you press menu , you will see six icons. Use these to quickly take you to different parts of the dictionary.
RED GREEN YELLOW BLUE
dict thes games learn
When in your book card: For the red key the green key the yellow key the blue key
Understanding the Menu Goes to the dictionary Word Entry screen. Goes to the thesaurus Word Entry screen. Goes to the Exercises menu (for Learning Exercises). Goes to the Games menu. Goes to My Word List. Goes to the Tools menu. 1. Press menu. will be highlighted the first time you press menu. 2. Use the arrow keys to highlight the icon you want and press enter.
To learn how the color keys on your book card correspond to the function keys on your unit, press fn and wait a few seconds.
Viewing a Demonstration or Tutorial
You can view a demonstration or tutorial of this dictionary any time you want. 1. Press menu. 2. Use the arrow keys to highlight and press enter. 3. Use to highlight either Tutorial or View Demo and press enter. To stop the demonstration or exit from the Tutorial and go to the dictionary Word Entry screen, press clear. When a book card is installed in your Franklin platform, select View Demo from the Setup menu to see the demonstration for that card.
Changing the Settings
When using this dictionary, you can activate the Learn a Word feature, adjust the type size, the shutoff time, and the screen contrast. The shutoff time is how long your unit stays on if you forget to turn it off. 1. Press menu in the dictionary, thesaurus, calculator, or converter. 2. Use the arrow keys to highlight and press enter. 3. Settings will be highlighted. Press enter to select it.
Learn a New Word
Your dictionary comes with a Learn a Word feature to help you increase your vocabulary. Each time you turn your dictionary on, you can see a different headword and definition. If you wish to turn this feature on, press menu. and press enter. Press Highlight enter again to select Settings. Use or to turn the feature on and press clear when done.
4. Use or to move to Learn a Word, Contrast, Shutoff or Type Size. 5. Use or to change the setting(s) you want. Your changes are automatically saved. 6. Press clear to return to the Word Entry screen.
Finding Dictionary Entries
Its easy to look up a word in this dictionary. Simply type it in at the dictionary Word Entry screen. 1. Press dict. 2. Type a word (e.g., elicit).
Using MatchMaker MatchMaker is a useful tool for finding words and groups of words. If you are uncertain about how to spell a word, type a question mark (?), in place of each unknown letter. To find prefixes, suffixes, and other parts of words, type an asterisk (F), in a word. Each asterisk stands for a series of letters. Note: If you type an asterisk at the beginning of a word, it may take a little while to find the matching words. 1. Press dict. 2. Type a word with ?s and Fs.
This is the dictionary Word Entry screen. To erase a letter, press back. To type a capital, hold cap and press a letter key. To type a hyphen, hold fn and press j. To type a number, hold fn and press q-p. 3. Press enter to view the definition. Press thes to view the thesaurus entry. 4. Press or space to read the definition. 5. Hold fn and press or to view the next or previous definition. 6. Press clear when done.
To type an asterisk, hold down and press ? *. 3. Press enter.
4. Press to move the highlight to the word you want and press enter to view its definition. 5. Press clear when done.
Correcting Misspellings The dictionary has a spell corrector that helps you if you misspell a word. If you enter a misspelled word, you will see a list of possible corrections. For example, enter noledge at the Word Entry screen.
Choosing Multiple Forms Some words in this dictionary have more than one form (e.g. resume, resum). When the word you are looking up has multiple forms, the different forms appear in a list. Simply highlight the form you want and press enter to see its dictionary entry. For example, enter dutch at the Word Entry screen. Highlight the form you want and press enter to see its dictionary entry. To go back to the multiple forms list, press back.
Use or to highlight the correction you want and press enter to see its dictionary entry. To go back to the correction list, press back.
Follow the Arrows The flashing arrows on the right of the screen show which arrow keys you can press to move around the screen.
Using the Thesaurus
Thesaurus entries consist of synonyms, antonyms, classmates and words to compare. Many words have more than one thesaurus entry.
Understanding Thesaurus Entries A thesaurus meaning is a definition shared by a group of synonyms. Synonyms are words that have similar meanings, e.g. happy/joyous. Antonyms are words that have the opposite meaning of the word being defined, e.g. happy/unhappy. Classmates are words that are related in some way to the word being defined, e.g. octagon/polygon, triangle, rectangle, pentagon. Understanding Flashing Messages When you first see a definition, notice the upper right corner of the screen. Often either THES or CONF (or both) will flash briefly. THES means the word you looked up has a thesaurus entry. If you see THES flash, press view the thesaurus entry.
1. Press thes. 2. Type a word (e.g., splendid). To erase a letter, press back.
To type a capital, hold cap and press a letter key. To type a hyphen, hold fn and press j.
3. Press entry.
to view the thesaurus
4. Press or space to read the entry. 5. Hold fn and press or to view the next or previous thesaurus entry. 6. Press clear when done.
means the word you looked up has a confusable. To learn more about confusables, please see Viewing Confusables on page 12.
Confusables are homonyms, homophones and spelling variants that are easy to confuse. If the word you looked up is a confusable, CONF will flash once in the upper right of the screen. To view confusables, do the following: 1. Press dict. 2. Type a word (e.g., rein) and press enter. You will see CONF flash briefly. 3. Press ? * to view the confusables.
Another way to look up words is by highlighting them in dictionary entries, thesaurus entries, or word lists. You can then find their definitions, thesaurus entries or add them to My Word List. 1. At any text, press highlight.
to start the
To turn the highlight off, press back. 2. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight to the word you want. Confusables include identifying words. 4. Press enter for a highlight. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight to the word you want. 5. Press enter to find the definition, or press thes to see the thesaurus entry (if any).
To define the word view the thesaurus entry add word to My Word List 3. Press
Saving and Deleting Words
YOU can save up to 40 words in My Word List for personal study or review. This list is saved unless the batteries run out of power or your unit is reset. To add words, do the following: 1. Press learn. Or you can press menu , highlight , press enter , and skip to step 3. 2. Press
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Adding Highlighted Words
At any text, you can highlight a word and add it to My Word List. 1. At text, press enter to start a highlight. 2. Move the highlight to the word you want and press enter.
to select My Word List.
3. Press If you havent added words to your word list, View List: Empty appears. 3. Press enter to select Add a word.
Add will be highlighted. 4. Press enter to add the word to My Word List.
4. Type a word you want to remember or use later. 5. Press enter to add the word.
Viewing Saved Words
1. Press learn. You can also press menu , highlight , press enter , and skip to step 3. 2. Press enter to select My Word List. View List. is highlighted. 3. Press enter again to view the list of words you have saved.
Deleting One Word from My Word List
You can delete one or all the words in My Word List. To delete one word: 1. Press learn. You can also press menu , highlight , press enter , and skip to step 3. 2. Press enter to select My Word List. 3. Use to highlight Delete a Word and press enter. 4. Use to highlight the word you want to remove and press enter to remove it.
Adding Words Not in This Dictionary When you add a word not in this dictionary, youre given three options: Add Anyway, Cancel, and Correction List. Highlight the option you want and press enter. Caution: Adding words that are not in this dictionary uses considerably more memory than adding words that are. If you add only words that are not in this dictionary, My Word List may contain as few as 10 words.
Erasing My Word List
1. Press learn. You can also press menu , highlight , press enter , and skip to step 3. 2. Press enter to select My Word List. 3. Use to highlight Erase the List and press enter. 4. Press Y if you want to erase the entire list. Press N to cancel.
Using Learning Exercises
Using Learning Exercises, you can test your spelling and improve your vocabulary. You can also view a list of words that commonly appear on the Scholastic Assessment Test.
A word will flash on the screen for you to spell.
1. Press learn or if you are in the and Main menu, highlight press enter. 2. Use to highlight Spelling Bee and press enter to select it.
My Spelling Bee uses words on My Word List. SAT Spelling Bee uses words on the SAT Word List. Note: Because you cannot enter accents, accented words in My Word List will not appear in My Spelling Bee.
3. Select the list you want and press enter.
4. Type in the word you just saw and press enter to see if you spelled it right. 5. Press enter to see the definition of the word or press thes to see the thesaurus entry. 6. Press space for a new word. 7. Press clear when done.
Using Learning Exercises v
SAT Word List
1. Press learn or if you are in the and Main menu, highlight press enter. 2. Use to highlight Flashcards and press enter to select it.
1. Press learn. 2. Use to highlight SAT Word List and press enter to view the list.
My Flashcards uses words on My Word List. SAT Flashcards uses words on the SAT Word List. 3. Select the list you want and press enter.
Press or to scroll through the SAT Word List. You can also type a letter to go to the first word beginning with that letter. For example, type t.
Press enter or thes at any word to view its definition or thesaurus entry. Press back to return to the list. A word will appear on the screen for you to study or define. If needed, press enter to see the definition. Press back to return to Flashcards. 4. Press space to see a new word. 5. Press clear when done.
Playing the Games
You have nine fun games to choose from. Changing Game Settings You can choose the source and size of the words, the skill level, and whether or not to have win/lose graphics. 1. Press games or if you are in the and Main menu, highlight press enter. 2. Use to highlight Game Settings and press enter. You can also press cap + to highlight Game Settings which is at the bottom of the Games menu.
Selecting a Game In the Games list, use or to move the highlight to the game of your choice and press enter.
3. Use or to move to Words, Skill or Graphics. 4. Use or to change the setting(s) you want. 5. Press enter when done.
Getting Help in the Games During any game you can read instructions by pressing help. In all the games except Tic Tac Toe and Link Four, you can get a hint by holding cap and pressing ? * or reveal the game word by pressing ? *. Note: If you reveal the game word, you lose the round.
Hangman selects a mystery word and challenges you to guess it letter by letter. The letters of the mystery word are hidden by question marks. The number of guesses remaining is indicated by #s. Type letters that you think are in the mystery word. If you are correct, the letter appears in place of the corresponding question mark(s). Anagrams
In Word Train, you and the train take turns typing letters to form a word. Whoever types the last letter of the word wins. To view the letters you can type at your turn, hold cap and press ? *. Press ? * to end a round and reveal the word. Press enter to see the definition of the word or press thes to see the thesaurus entry. Press back to return to Word Train. Word Builder
Type an anagram and then press enter. Use the arrow keys to view anagrams youve already entered. Hold cap and press ? * to shuffle the letters in the selected word. Press ? * to end a round and reveal the word(s). Press enter to see the definition of the word or press thes to see the thesaurus entry. Press back to return to Anagrams.
Word Builder makes anagrams for you. Before you play, type letters you want Word Builder to build words from and press enter. Word Builder shows the anagrams it has built. This could help you in games
like Scrabble. To see the definition or thesaurus entry of a particular anagram,
use or to move the highlight to the anagram you want and press enter or thes. Press back to return to Word Builder. Jumble
Jumble tests your ability to unscramble letters and form words. Before you play, select a word list. You can also type a word to play by selecting Enter Your Own. Jumble shows
Link Four challenges you to connect four game pieces in any direction. You can or play alone or with a friend. Use to move your game piece to the position you want, then press enter. The game pieces are displayed to the right of the screen to show whose turn it is. The first player to link four game pieces wins. Tic Tac Toe
a series of letters. Type words made from these letters and then press enter. Hold cap and press ? * to shuffle the letters in the root word. To see the definition or thesaurus entry of a particular word, use or to move the highlight to the word you want and press enter or thes. Press back to return to Jumble.
Tic Tac Toe challenges you to get three xs in a row before your opponent gets three os in a row. You can play alone or with a friend. The game begins with the x in the center of the grid. Use or to move your letter to the position you want and then press enter. The first player to get three game letters in a row, wins.
Using the Calculator
till you see the calcula-
To Calculate. reciprocals squares percentages square roots negative numbers Use. a (1/x) d (x2) f (%) s (x) y (+/-)
1. Press tor.
2. Type a number. Note: Q-P will type numbers 0-9 automatically. You can type up to 10 digits. To type a decimal, press g (.). To change the sign of a number, press z (+/-). 3. Press a math function key.
Using the Calculator Memory
1. In the Calculator, make a calculation or type a number. 2. To add the number on the screen to the number stored in memory, press x (M+). To subtract the number on the screen from the number stored in memory, press c (M-).
4. Type another number. 5. Press enter. To repeat the calculation, press enter again. 6. Press clear to clear the current calculations.
M indicates the number is stored in memory. 3. To retrieve the number from memory, press v (MR). 4. To clear the memory, press b (MC).
Using the Converter
The converter allows you to convert measurements and currency.
Making Currency Conversions
Making Metric Conversions
1. Press till you see the Conversions menu.
1. Press till you see the Conversions menu. 2. Use to select Currency Converter and press enter. You can also press cap + to highlight Currency Converter which is at the bottom of the Conversions menu.
2. Use to select a conversion category (for e.g., Weights). 3. Select a conversion (for e.g., grams/ounces).
4. Type a number after one of the units. Note: Q-P will type numbers 0-9 automatically. or to move between the Use lines. 5. Press enter to convert it. 6. Use back to delete a number.
3. Enter a conversion rate. The rate should be in units of the other currency per one unit of the home currency (n other/1 home). 4. Enter an amount for the home or other currency. Use or to move between the lines. Use back to delete a number. 5. Press enter to convert it.
Transferring Words Between Books
This dictionary can transfer words with certain other BOOKMAN book cards. To send a word to another book, you must first install a book card in your unit, and that book card must be able to send or receive words. To learn if a book card can send or receive words, read its Users Guide. 1. Highlight a word in this dictionary. To highlight a word in a dictionary entry, press enter to start the highlight, and use the arrow keys to move the highlight to the word you want. 2. Hold fn and press card. 3. Highlight the icon of the other book. 4. Press enter. The word you highlighted appears in the other book. 5. Press enter again if needed to search for that word.
Resetting Your Unit
If the keyboard fails to respond, or if the screen performs erratically, follow the steps below. (on/ 1. Hold clear and press off). If nothing happens, try Step 2. 2. Use a paper clip to gently press the reset button on your unit. The reset button is recessed in a pinsized hole to the right of the book card slot. Warning! Pressing the reset button with more than light pressure may permanently disable your unit. In addition, resetting your unit erases settings and information entered in its built-in book, and in an installed book card.
Copyrights, Trademarks, and Patents
Model MWD-1440 Batteries: two CR-volt lithium Size: 13.5 x 9.0 x 1.5 cm. Weight: 4 oz. 2000 Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc., Burlington, N.J. 08016-4907 USA. All rights reserved. 1997 Merriam-Webster, Incorporated FCC tested to Comply with FCC standards. FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE. U.S. Patents: 4,490,811; 4,830,618; 4,891,775; 5,113,340; 5,203,705; 5,218,536; 5,497,474; 4,982,181; 5,295,070; 5,333,313; 5,627,726; 5,153,831; 5,249,965; 5,321,609; 5,396,606. German Patent: M940744.5. Euro. Pat. 379 PATENTS PENDING. ISBN 1-56712-523-9
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This unit may change operating modes due to Electrostatic Discharge. Normal operation of this unit can be re-established by pressing the reset key, (on/off), or by removing/replacing batteries. 23
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NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. NOTE: This unit was tested with shielded cables on the peripheral devices. Shielded cables must be used with the unit to insure compliance. NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
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