HeinOnline’s Tip of the Week: Quick Link to the Number Index in the Federal Register

Federal Register, Tips and Tricks
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When browsing in the Federal Register, you can link to the Number or Annual Index for the volume you are browsing directly from a citation. These shortcuts will help you navigate through the Federal Register faster to get what you need.

To illustrate this, we’ll select “citation” on the page toolbar while viewing page 46773 in volume 50, number 219, dated Wednesday, November 13, 1985.

The citation to page 46773 in volume 50 will appear on the first line. The second line displays a link to the number index, which in this case is “Number Index for Volume 50”.

When clicking on the link to the index…

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HeinOnline’s Tip of the Week: Bookmark or link to a specific page

Tips and Tricks
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While some of you often link to a title, others of you may find the need to link to a specific page found within a title. It’s important to begin this tip by explaining that when you are browsing within a title in HeinOnline and use the page forward/backward arrows on the page toolbar, or link to another page from the table of contents, the URL does not update automatically with each page you view. Therefore, to create a bookmark to a page or get the permanent URL to the page, you have to click on the Permanent Page Link icon found in the page toolbar.



When clicking on the Permanent Page Link icon…

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HeinOnline’s Tip of the Week: Get a permanent link to a title

Tips and Tricks
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For those of you who manage cataloguing, reference a title often, or simply need to bookmark a title for use later on, here’s a tip outlining where to get the permanent link to the title. For our example, we’ll use the title “Modern Law Review” from the journals collection.

There are a few different places from which you can obtain the URL to a title in HeinOnline. From any of these locations, which are outlined below, you can right click on the title and select either “copy shortcut” (IE) or “copy link location” (Firefox), or another similar prompt as is applicable to your browser. You can then paste the link wherever you need to; whether into a cataloguing tool or where required when using your browser’s bookmarking features…

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HeinOnline's Tip of the Week

Tips and Tricks
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Navigate quickly between cited material in HeinOnline

Maximize your research time and cross reference various titles in HeinOnline by using the “Citations on Page” feature in the page toolbar. With this feature, HeinOnline connects more than 16 million pages of Law Journals allowing for an integrated research approach. It also brings together the Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations and Statutes at Large; as well as other material in HeinOnline.

When browsing a title in HeinOnline, select the “Citations on Page” option from the page toolbar at any time when viewing a page. This will look for all citations in the text of the page that you are viewing and highlight the citations in blue…

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HeinOnline's Tip of the Week

Tips and Tricks
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How do I print a screen in HeinOnline that is not an image-based page?

Here’s a tip on how to optimize your printing results when you are printing a screen within HeinOnline that is not a PDF or image-based page from within a title. There could be several scenarios in which you may wish to print a page that is not image-based. Some examples include, printing the volume contents within a title from the index page, printing a title’s table of contents, printing search results, or printing out your search history for later reference.
To print a page or screen that is not image-based, click on the printer friendly button in the top right corner of the screen…

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