Learning Chemstation MSD

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Does anyone have any good recommendations (eg. books, websites, etc) for learning Chemstation MSD (G1701AA)?

We recently purchased a GC/MS unit and wanted to get started on learning the system.
This may help! It seems familiar.

http://blog.restek.com/?p=7676
Didn't early versions of MSD Chemstation have a tutorial, maybe on the installation software? That's how I learned it with our 5890/5971A with Windows 386 (we later updated to Windows 3 and G1034C).
I used a combination of the manuals and the help files to learn on the original Win3.11 system. Of course most of it then mirrored the Chemstation from the RTE-A which was all text command driven so I had a head start.

At least with the G1701 you shouldn't have to reload the software every few months, that was a major pain in the early days.
The past is there to guide us into the future, not to dwell in.
Consumer Products Guy wrote:
Didn't early versions of MSD Chemstation have a tutorial, maybe on the installation software? That's how I learned it with our 5890/5971A with Windows 386 (we later updated to Windows 3 and G1034C).


And I'd never seen Microsoft Windows or a mouse before !!!
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