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Instructions for using Flipster ejournals (magazines)

Navigation features

Once you are logged into Flipster and a title has been selected  - numerous feature tools are available including: 

 Clears images on the page and displays only plain text. 

   Printing options include Pages in View or All. Opens as a PDF with options to Print or Save.

  Displays all available issues. 

   Lists double page spread of the current issue. Click to access any of the pages.

 Use keyword search term to search contents across the current issues or all issues. 

   Settings allow for changes to the view including setting the height, width, full page or one page viewing. 

Hyperlinks can also be used to navigate through the contents, click on the title of an article and it takes you directly to the pages.

Keyword searching is also available throughout the magazine and there is the option to keyword search This issue or All issues (which allows you to keyword search across numerous volumes.)

The Flipster App 

The Flipster App also includes a text-to-speech reader that can read the articles.

Once you have found an article you would like to read,

1.Tap the Text View link at the top of the viewer.

2.Then tap the Speaker Icon 

3.Press the play icon in the Text to Speech window.


Text can also be enhanced using the Flipster navigational tools. 

Text enhancement featureThe Text symbol removes images from the pages, allowing for an uncluttered text page.

Text with images                                                         Text with images removed 

The cog symbol opens up settings allowing for different views including one page, a double page spread or full screen. 

             Changing the Height and the Width on the view is also available. 
















Magnifying features are also available on the bottom left of each page - allowing for text to be magnified using View Zoom In and View Zoom Out navigation. 

View Zoom In  - for a bigger text view 

  Zoom out symbol navigation toolView Zoom Out  - for a smaller text view

  Full screen view