The Document Images section of EEBO allows you
to access the scanned page images of the original work. Controls that
allow you to optimize your image view are accessible for each document
When you access the document images for any document, you will be taken
to a screen displaying the first page of the document. From this page,
you can use the navigational elements to select any image within the
View document as - You can select
to view the Full Record of this item, the Illustrations page where you can
view the different types of illustration in a document,
the full text,
thumbnails of all the pages in the document, or a PDF version of your current page in Adobe Acrobat. You must have
this program installed on your computer to view the PDF; click
here to go to Adobe's website. If you wish to view the entire
document in PDF format, you must first download the entire work first
by adding it to your Marked List.
Add to your Marked List - add the
document record by clicking the checkbox icon .
Durable URL - To access a URL that
will link to the current document Image click the
button and copy and paste the link into documents, email or simply
add it to your bookmarks.
Illustration Navigation - You can
scroll through the document's illustrations (where available) using
the Previous illustration and Next illustration links.
Page Navigation The page navigation
appears above and below the image. The page information tells you
how many page images are in the document and what page image you are
viewing. You can scroll through the pages by using the Previous image and
Next image links. You can jump to a specific page by entering the page
number in the box next to the 'Go to image number' text and clicking
the 'Go' button.
Select Zoom Size - When you first
open your Document Image, the Zoom size will be set at the default
size, which displays the document image at a size that is optimized
for all monitors. You can select your desired image size from the
drop-down list and, on clicking 'Go', the image will be resized according
to your specifications. Subsequent viewings of document images will
automatically adjust to your last selected setting.
Record Details - The record's author,
title and publication date are shown at the bottom of the screen. Note that if you are also subscribed to Literature Online, you can access Author pages from Literature Online where these are available for authors in EEBO. Simply click the 'Author page in Literature Online' link on the Document Images page- the Literature Online Author page for that author will open in a new window, with EEBO remaining open in the original window.
Read the EEBO Introduction for this work - if an EEBO Introduction is available for the work in question, you will be able to view it from the Document Images page by clicking this link.
Adjust view and print - If you wish to
view a page image in more detail or print a copy of the page image,
click on the Adjust view and print link. The page will refresh with
the additional elements described below:
Click on image to zoom or re-center
- You can select whether you want to zoom in to the image or recentre
it over a particular spot when you click on it with your mouse. Choose
the appropriate radio button before clicking on the image.
Select window size - You
can select to view the image in a smaller or larger window by clicking
on a smaller or larger box. The screen will refresh with the image
displaying in the new window size.
Print current view - Clicking on this
link allows you to print the current image view.
Panning - Panning allows you to move
the viewport around the image while maintaining your selected zoomed
image size. When your image window cannot show the entire image, the
image will be surrounded by a box containing panning arrows on the
top, bottom, and sides of the image. Clicking on these arrows allow
you to move your image window in the corresponding direction.
Page navigation - elements appear
on the Adjust view screen so you can select a different image to view.
To return to the browse images screen without the additional navigational
elements, click on the Back to document images link located at the
top of the screen.