Omega's Manual Numbers

Figure.1
OMEGA user’s manuals are imprinted with the date of their most recent revision, to ensure our customers the most up-to-date information possible. Look inside front cover or the inside or outside of the back cover. Locate the number beginning with the letter “M”. This is your manual Number. It consists of two parts separated by a slash. The first part is the code number of the manual, and the second part is the date of the latest revision, showing month and year. (See figure 1 for a representative example.) (NOTE: Unrevised manuals do not have a revision date.)
Viewing PDF Files
To view/print a Portable Document Format (PDF) file you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. Adobe Acrobat Reader software is free, and it'
s available for the following platforms:
- Mac OS
- Windows 95
- Windows 98
- Windows NT 3.51
- Windows NT 4.0
- Windows 3.1x
- OS/2
- UNIX: DEC Alpha
- UNIX: HP-UX
- UNIX: IBM AIX
- UNIX: Linux
- UNIX: SGI IRIX
- UNIX: Sun Solaris x86
- UNIX: Sun Solaris SPARC
Obtaining Acrobat Reader
You can download a free copy of Acrobat Reader from Adobe's Web Site http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/acrobat/alternate.html

Using Acrobat Reader
After installing Acrobat Reader, double-click a PDF file to start Acrobat Reader and view the file. Or you can start Acrobat Reader first, then choose File > Open to view a PDF file. If you have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed and it does not open the PDF file you must download a more recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.
For more help using Acrobat Reader, choose Help > Acrobat Guide from within Acrobat Reader.

Downloading a PDF file (PC Users)  
  1. Right-click on the link you wish to download and select "Save Target As..." (For Internet Explorer Browsers) or "Save Link As..." (For Netscape Browsers). (See figure 2 at right for a representative example.)
  2. Select the destination of the PDF file on your Hard Drive. After the file is finished downloading double-click on it.
  3. If Adobe Acrobat Reader does not open the PDF file you must download a more recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.

 Figure 2
Downloading a PDF file (Mac Users)  
  1. Click and hold on the link you wish to download and select "Download Link to Disk" (For Internet Explorer Browsers) or "Save this Link As..." (For Netscape Browsers). (See figure 3 at right for a representative example.)
  2. Select the destination of the PDF file on your Hard Drive. After the file is finished downloading double-click on it.
  3. If Adobe Acrobat Reader does not open the PDF file you must download a more recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.

 Figure 3