When you view a given document for the first time, you start at the beginning of the document. A document may consist of one or more pages and the content of each page may either fit entirely within the bounds of the window or if it does not, you can scroll through the page.
By default, a scroll bar appears on the right for scrolling. You can also drag the mouse across the screen to scroll in the direction that you drag. iSilo™ actually provides a number of configurable options for scrolling. See navigation for more on navigating through a document, including information on all the different ways of scrolling and jumping to different parts of a document.
To add a bookmark to mark the current location in the document, follow these steps:
Tip: In the case where you think you might give a copy of a document to someone but you do not want the recipient to also receive the bookmarks you have set for the document, you can set Local bookmarks for the document rather than Document bookmarks. Since Local bookmarks are not stored in the document, whereas Document bookmarks are, when you copy a document, the Document bookmarks travel with the document to the recipient but the Local bookmarks do not.
To search for text, follow these steps:
If iSilo™ finds an occurrence of the text to find, it jumps to the location of the occurrence and highlights it. You can search for the next occurrence by clicking the Find Again icon on the tool bar or in the Edit menu, click Find Again.
Tip: You can use the Copy Entire Screen, Copy Entire Page, and Copy Entire Document commands in the Edit menu to easily copy the entire text in the window, page, or document, respectively, without needing to either enter select mode or manually select the text.
Note: The amount of text you can copy is limited by the amount of memory available and limitations on how much text the clipboard can hold.