I know it's old school, but being able to have the User Guide to hold, read, and make notations on would really help me.
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@winjama thanks for the suggestion! You can also keep the user guide open in a separate tab or window on your computer! Keep our other resources in mind as well, such as this forum, our youtube videos, and our customer support email! We also have a handy new help widgent in the bottom right corner of your screen. Click on it and type your question, and most of our FAQ's will pop up with an answer automatically! Hopefully with time you will need the user manual less and less as well!
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As a beginner with cronometer, I concur with winjama. Shuttling back and forth among tabs or multiple screens within a tab, is much more time-consuming than flipping through pages of a PDF. Even so, the documentation in the user manual is woefully inadequate for such a complex program as cronometer.