Together the AnswerBook Navigator and Viewer give you access to your Library. You locate what you want to read in the Navigator, and then read it in the Viewer, where it appears page for page as it would in a printed book.
The AnswerBook Navigator acts as a kind of remote control for the Viewer. Using the controls in the Navigator, you locate the information you want and display it in the Viewer.
The Navigator provides three ways of finding on-line information:
In Contents mode you can select an AnswerBook, and then browse through it, opening and closing books, chapters, and sections, as needed.
In Search mode you can enter a search phrase describing what you're looking for, and the Navigator displays a list of documents found, ranked by relevance.
In Bookmarks mode, you can go directly to pages where you previously created electronic bookmarks and edit them.
Use the AnswerBook Navigator window to:
Search for topics of interest
Modify your Library (by adding or removing an available AnswerBook)
Select and open an AnswerBook
Select topics for display in the Viewer
Browse through tables of contents
Leave bookmarks and comments on pages within a Library
You can close the Navigator and Viewer windows separately. The closed Navigator and Viewer windows are represented by the icons in Figure 19-5.
Close each window by choosing
Close from its window menu or by pressing the Open key on your keyboard
(which toggles Open/Close).
You can quit each window, or its icon, by choosing Quit from its window menu. When you quit the Navigator, you quit both the Navigator and the Viewer; quitting the Viewer quits only the Viewer.
You can also use the keyboard equivalents that apply to all DeskSet applications to close or quit the Navigator and Viewer. For more information, see Chapter 17, Customizing the Solaris Environment.