Working with Repair
Once you have selected a vehicle,
choose the Repair Manual tab to begin working with
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Initially, the Repair Panel displays
in the Index view mode. This is the mode in which
you choose the Category, then the Article and the
Heading (shortcut) for which you desire to view repair
The Repair panel now
switches into the Article View. In this view you view
the article headings, text, figure references, and
hyperlinks (links to related repair information) in
the main part of the window while retaining the ability
to quickly navigate to other parts of the article
via the shortcuts on the right.
in the Article Screen
Once you have selected
an article shortcut/heading, you are taken to that
point in the article in the Article Screen. Your viewer
screen now turns into a two-panel display with the
right side displaying your index and the left side
displaying your article information.
The Article screen
is where you will do most of your work in Tractor-Trailer.net.
This is where you will access repair, maintenance,
and diagnostic information from Mitchell's comprehensive
database of repair information. Use the Index panel
to jump quickly to major headings. Use the scroll
bars to scroll up and down within the Article and
index panels. Use the Index View selection
to switch back to the Index view mode in which you
can select a different article.
Select the Print
heading (upper-right above the Index panel) to display
a drop-down choice list of print options.
Choose Entire Article
(Text Only), to print the article text or choose
Entire Article (Text and Figures) to print
the entire article, with text and figures. Choose
Current Heading (Text Only) to print
only the text for the article heading which you have
selected in the headings list. Choose Current
Heading (with Figures), to print the Article
Text for the selected heading and any Figures referenced
in the text.
A preview of your print
job is displayed in a printer-friendly format.
to open the Windows printer dialog box and send your
print job to the printer.
Figures display within
the Article text (underlined in blue) and as a subheading
in the Index panel. For more information on working
with figures, refer to Figures.