How to Find an Online User Guide for Walkie Talkies

By Marguerite Lance
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Whether it's an emergency and your Walkie Talkies (two-way radios) are part of your survival plan, or you're working, hiking, biking, hunting or camping, Walkie Talkies are an inexpensive, effective and guaranteed way for people to communicate in real time. While all Walkie Talkies include the basic communication function, many of them also include other features, such as GPS. If you misplace or don't have access to your user manual, it might be hard to use your Walkie Talkie to its fullest potential. Performing an Internet search is a simple and easy way to solve this problem.

Launch your Internet browser, such as Firefox or Internet Explorer.

Navigate to a search engine, such as Yahoo! or Google.

Locate the browser's search window. It will be a large, blank field in the middle of your screen.

Enter specific search terms into the search window. For example, your search term might be "Motorola Walkie Talkie User Guide CM 200," or "Motorola Two Way Radio User Guide CM 200." Notice the brand, model item and user guide are all mentioned in both searches. Also notice that using another term for a Walkie Talkie, two way radio in this case, might be necessary to find the user guide.

Read the descriptions of the pages that are presented based on your search. Click on the titles presented in blue (the web page links) to view any applicable pages. One of the pages should house a copy of your user manual.

About the Author

Marguerite Lance has been a professional writer for seven years and has written for museums, hospitals, non-profit agencies, governmental agencies and telecommunication companies. Her specialties include nutrition, dietetics and women's and children's health issues. Lance received a Bachelor of Arts in biological anthropology from Idaho State University.