gfl1 at optonline.net
Fri Apr 8 19:22:12 EDT 2005
I'm getting a chilton's and a haynes to see what they offer.
I can boot paper on anything .....
I'm with you!
On Apr 8, 2005, at 10:27 AM, northrup wrote:
> OK, it is true that i can uninstall and re-install, but i find it
> annoying that i have to do that. i have a VERY SLOW computer that i
> willing to use in the garage, and I'm not willing to touch my fast one
> with greasy hands.
> so i have vag com on both, but only one with bently. I would LIKE to
> have a book that i can just keep in the garage with the other car
> no luck for me i guess.... and frankly, the manual isn't so great. the
> honda & even mazda manuals i have include far more detail.
> On Thu, 7 Apr 2005, Ti Kan wrote:
>> northrup writes:
>>> [ Bentley manual ]
>>> it is it's own application and btw, the application isn't so great.
>>> also really annoying that you can only install it once, there is no
>>> equivilent and i have not really looked into it, but there seems to
>>> no easy way to print it out such that it is useful as a paper manual.
>> That is not true, you can install your copy of Bentley CD again if
>> you switch to a new computer. To do that, you need to de-install
>> the first instance, which will then give you a transfer code to use
>> when you register the second installation. If you don't de-install
>> the first instance and have no transfer code, you can call Bentley
>> to get a new activation code.
>> The Bentley CD manual is a special "eBahn" browser which then invokes
>> Adobe Acrobat Reader to display the pdf files. You can print any
>> page from the Acrobat reader controls.
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