Tips for viewing the Documentation Center on mobile devices

All major features of the Documentation Center work on most common mobile devices.

Content display

Downloads

If your mobile operating system allows downloading directly to a supporting application, you should be able to download individual PDFs and EPUBs directly to the application.

The multiple PDF download option is not recommended for mobile devices. The selection window allows you to choose PDFs but not all mobile operating systems can save the generated ZIP file.

If you want to download a set of PDFs for use on a mobile device, you should download them to a laptop or desktop system and then transfer them to the mobile device using your preferred method.

Feedback tools

If the feedback form does not display correctly, you can provide feedback by email using the link in any page footer.

If you are providing feedback that is specifically related to mobile display, include the following additional information:

Filtering

Content filtering works normally, but instead of opening a window where you can select and define filters, the dialogs open as new tabs.

Printing

If your mobile operating system supports printing and a printer is available, you should be able to print either individual topics or sets of topics. If you choose the option to print a topic and all subordinate topics, the content will concatenate in a new tab for printing.

Search

Depending on the size of your mobile device, you might need to zoom in to type your search string. You can tap the button or use your keyboard Enter or Return key to run the search.