Navigating the Table of Contents
There are two ways to access the Table of
Contents page. You can:
||click the Table of Contents
icon from the Toolbar. This will take you to the top-level Table
of Contents page, which lists all the available volumes of the
||click the Context icon from
the Toolbar of the Full Text page. This will take you directly
to the Table of Contents page, expanded to the level of that
Full Text entry.
The Table of Contents page allows you to
browse through the contents of all the works contained in Acta
Sanctorum and look at their structure. For example, you
may wish to browse the contents of a particular volume, or look
at the original context of the text you are currently viewing.
The various levels of heading are represented
in the Table of Contents by branches which can be expanded or collapsed.
Navigation within the Table of Contents
is by means of the icons and
which indicate whether you can expand or collapse a branch to change
the level of detail displayed.
Each of the branches in the Table of Contents
is hyperlinked to the Full Text of the corresponding
item. The title of each item is followed by the download size in
bytes of the corresponding Full Text page. The larger the download
size of an item, the longer the Full Text page will take to download.
The order of the Table of Contents is the
same as the Full Text; works are arranged by volume as per the printed
edition of the Acta Sanctorum. Each volume is then
divided into documents which in turn are broken down further into
Use the buttons on the Toolbar
to navigate to a different area of Acta Sanctorum Database.
The following buttons are available from the Toolbar
on the Table of Contents page: Search All, Search Indices, BHL GoTo,
More Information, Help Contents, Back, New Search and Contextual
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