How many times do you hear the phrase, “Read The Manual”? How many have actually read them? How many actually have them? If you need them, I have a good source. I’ve used this site a number of times in the past.
It’s a website called manualslib
So, go to their site, and in the search bar on the site type in the manual you are looking for. In my example, I’m going to search for one for my camera, a Canon Cybershot DSC-W330.
So I type it in and click on the green search button or just hit enter.
Then I’m given the results. I scroll down to the best match of what I’m looking for and click on it.
This opens the manual in the browser. You can use the blue arrows on either side of the page to scroll forward or back in the manual. Or you can use the thumbnail view of the pages at the top. In my case, I just download it, so I click on the green Download button at the top.
Then you have to prove you’re not a robot. Check the box, even if you are one. I won’t tell. 🙂 And then click on the green Get manual button.
On the next page, click on Download PDF, or right-click and choose your “save as” option. You can view it in a browser or save them online through this site but you have to sign up first.
So, where do you get your elusive manuals from? Let us know in the comments.