2008 Texas Teens Read! Manual
Game On! TTR.08
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Frequently Asked Questions
In cases where the CD-ROM isn't responding, try restarting your computer to maximize your available memory resources.
The entire, print-friendly version of the manual is provided as a PDF file.
You can either print chapters from the CD-ROM (for instance, by opening the Bilingual Programs chapter and selecting File>Print) or you can select the pages you wish to print from the PDF version of the manual located here.
You can also highlight the text you are interested in printing and copy and paste the text from the CD-ROM into a notepad, wordpad, or word processing document, thereby creating a personalized document with exactly the information you need.
If you open the PDF version of the manual in Acrobat Reader, you can do a text search by going to the Edit menu and selecting Find, then typing in the word(s) you're searching for and selecting the Find button. Also, there is a detailed, section-by-section Table of Contents consisting of hyperlinks to each section.
If your computer does not have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader installed (required to read these documents), it can be downloaded at www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html.
Yes. If you wish to save the files to your hard drive, you simply go to file>save a copy and save it to your computer. Please make note of where on your hard drive you are saving the files, so you can access them later.
You may access links to separate interfaces for both black/white and color clip art from which individual pieces of clip art can be downloaded or printed: www.tsl.texas.gov/ld/projects/ttr/.
Individual craft illustrations are available via links within the programs as well as collectively in a separate chapter at the end of the manual.
Yes. You can copy the entire manual to your computer's hard drive by dragging the main manual page (Game On! TTR08.html) onto your desktop or other location. The rest of the manual files will be copied with it automatically. If you have a CD burner, you can also make extra copies of the CD for your library's use. For more information on copying files from a CD, see How to Copy a File From a Floppy Disk or CD.