Definitions for "Full-Text"
The entire text of a work. A full-text journal database contains, in addition to citations, the complete text of a significant proportion of the articles indexed. A full-text journal, magazine, or newspaper article which was originally published in a paper version may have been reformatted from the original and may not include graphics, charts, or maps in their original format.
This term signifies that the complete article is available in a database for immediate reading articles, research reports, curriculum and teaching guides, conference papers, and books. and printing. A full-text article may not always include all of the graphic materials printed with the original print article. Return to tour
refers to the entire article located in a database that may be printed or downloaded to a disk.
Keywords:  edit
edit][ edit
Keywords:  screen, actual, contents, view, item
you can view an item's actual contents on the computer screen, rather than a reference to the item