Fritz 12 Quick Guide.pdf


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This document is a quick guide to Fritz 12.
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guide, Fritz user guide, Fritz 12 instructions, Fritz instructions, Fritz 12 quick start, Fritz quick start, Fritz 12
quick guide, Fritz quick guide, Fritz 12 documentation, Fritz documentation, Fritz 12 help, Fritz help

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document creation
added section on setting up a position
added info on deleting a database, optimizing hashtables, setting board and piece
color, explain all moves, and turning off the engine or entering ‘Infinite
Analysis’ when entering a game into the computer. Added section on playing
games against Fritz.
added section for online tutorials and resources
added info on the letters in the ‘Database’ window, added a section on training
under Fritz, added the obscure chess annotation symbols
added a section on the ‘Notation’ window. Added information on layouts and
their quirky behavior. Added information about where Fritz saves games by
default (AutoSave.cbh). Added a section on the openings book.
added a section on vendors and products. Added information on ‘Deep Position
Analysis’, analyzing multiple games in a batch, and the meaning of ‘B’ in the
‘Main Engine’ window.
minor updates to the ‘Notation Window’ section
added a section on making Fritz play against itself
added info on black moves in the ‘Openings book’
added info on annotating with colored arrows and squares. Added more info on
the letters used to describe games in the ‘Database’ window (special thanks on
additional letter info to F. Leon Wilson of www.ChessLearn.com).
re-wrote the ‘General’ section. Clarified the USCFSales recommendations on
hash tables. Added info on medals in the ‘Database’ window, and changed the
verbiage regarding Fritz databases in general (special thanks on these last two to
F. Leon Wilson of www.ChessLearn.com).
troubleshot and found a workaround for the bug on selecting multiple games for

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