'Pointing and clicking' on one of the double-letter combinations produces an alphabetical list of words contained in the articles in the pink, left-hand area of the screen, with the number of occurrences in brackets after the word. 'Clicking' on a word in the list will produce in the pink, left-hand area of the screen a list of the identity name PBE I entries with articles containing that work. Other words in a different double-letter combination may be accessed by 'pointing and clicking' on a different double-letter combination in the alphabet in the purple banner-header. This process may be repeated as required. 'Pointing and clicking' at '(Alphabet)' permits one to return to the full alphabet list in the purple banner heading. This process may be repeated as required.
The individual records for individuals mentioned under a word listed in a double-letter combination may be accessed by 'pointing and clicking' on the PBE I identity name. The PBE I biographical entry will appear on the white, right-hand area of the screen. The biographical entry is scrollable using the navigation bar on the right of the biographical entry. This process may be repeated as required, 'pointing and clicking' on different PBE I identity names.
When reading a PBE I biographical record on the white, right-hand, side of the screen, one may encounter other PBE I individuals mentioned - in the form of highlighted, underlined PBE I identity name. If one 'points and clicks' on such a highlighted, underlined PBE I identity name, the PBE I biographical record for that individual is displayed in the white, right-hand area of the screen. One may return to the PBE I biographical record of origin by 'pointing and clicking' on the highlighted, underlined PBE I identity name of the original individual (the highlighting will be in a different colour, showing that that PBE I biographical record has already been accessed); or by pressing the 'Back' button on the web browser (further information on the functions of individual browsers will be found in the documentation which accompanied the software). This process may be repeated ad lib., though scholars are advised to take a record of the sequence of PBE I individuals' records they access this way, as it is often difficult to reproduce the same sequence on a subsequent occasion.
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