Regulations Tab

With the purchase of a license for DGIS, you are provided with an electronic version of the regulations under the Regulations tab. Depending on what licenses you have activated, there are certain books that will be available to you. Under the Regulations tab, you’ll have the option to search through the books, bookmark pages in the books, and look at a history on how you navigated to the current screen.

 

Searching

Under the Regulations tab, there are 2 views that you will notice: the Contents view and the open view. You have the option of using either view to navigate within the regulations.

 

 

In the Contents view, you can click on the plus sign of the book to expand the contents within that book. From the chapters, you’ll be able to expand into sub-chapters and topics until you find the page that you are looking for.

 

 

Clicking on the book icon in the open view will open up the book to its table of contents. From there, you can click on the links to go deeper within the book.

 

 

You also have the option of searching by a particular subject or keyword across all of the books you have available. In the search bar at the top of the screen, type in the keyword and click search. The results that you see will be a summary of the search grouped by each regulation. You can click on the link to get to that page containing the keyword. You can also click on view full results to see all of the search results within that book.

 

 

Bookmarks

When navigating to a page in the regulations, you can create a bookmark for that page so that you can easily get to it in the future. On the page you wish to bookmark, click Add Bookmark at the bottom of the page. You can then add a title and note for the bookmark, then click Save. Any bookmarks you save can be found under the Bookmark view on the left side of the screen.

 

History

When navigating through the books, you have the option of viewing the path you took to get to the current page by going to History. There, you will see where you started and all of the pages that were clicked on to get to the current screen, which will be highlighted in yellow.

 

 

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