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Tip of the Week: How to Use the Image Toolbar

HeinOnline’s image toolbar allows users to perform a variety of functions inside any HeinOnline document. Within the image toolbar, users can print or download a document, search across the text, find similar articles, and much more.

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Tip of the Week: How to Cite Check with HeinOnline

Imagine you’re a second-year law student and you’ve been assigned with the task to cite check a soon-to-be published article. This task can seem daunting to a student, but with HeinOnline it’s actually pretty simple! Learn more in this blog.

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Tip of the Week: How to Locate an Executive Order

An executive order is a directive by the president of the United States that manages operations of the federal government. Users can find executive orders in both the U.S. Presidential Library and the Federal Register within HeinOnline.

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Tip of the Week: How to Use the Serial Set Lookup Tools

HeinOnline contains the U.S. Congressional Serial Set, a must-have publication for anyone studying American history. To make this content more discoverable, we have created lookup tools found directly on the U.S. Congressional Serial Set homepage.

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Tip of the Week: How to Download, Print, and Share Documents

There are multiple options for printing and downloading sections or pages while working in HeinOnline. Want to share a document with a friend or colleague? HeinOnline has options for that as well. Keep reading to learn more or watch this short tutorial.

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Tip of the Week: Tools in Slavery in America and the World

The Slavery in America and the World database is particularly special because of the meticulous development and organization that went into its development, opening up opportunities for unique browse and search tools. Learn how to use these tools in this guide.

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Tip of the Week: Locating U.S. Presidential Commission Reports

U.S. presidents have historically established commissions to advise them on particular issues. Typically, the group’s task is to analyze a situation, give an explanation as to the cause of the problem, and make recommendations for a change—all of which is usually written up in a final report.