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Table of contents will be displayed after launching of the course, where you can select the required partition (Recommendation) for user’s review.
General glossary contains all terms and definitions of the course.
The “Interpretive Note” button opens an interpretive note, which should be read in conjunction with the Recommendation.
Glossary contains all terms and definitions of the Recommendation.
The “Recommendation” button returns user to content of the particular Recommendation.
After clicking on the bottom corner of the right (left) part of the book there is a transfer to the next (previous) Recommendation.
Press the language button to switch language of the course.
Clicking the underlined text opens the explanation to the term in question
If all of the information does not fit on one screen, then scroll bar will appear.
Recommendations marked with an asterisk have interpretive notes, which should be read in conjunction with the Recommendation.