Reset is the key with the triangle on it. When keys are joined with hyphens, it means to press them simultaneously.
If you can't identify the problem yourself, get help from a more experienced Apple II user or from your authorized Apple dealer.
When you're ready to stop using the training disk, do this:
The Apple IIGS uses less power than a 100-watt light bulb, so you don't need to turn it off between work sessions.
The ideal way to leave the training disk and any application program is to choose the Quit option from the menu. Choosing the Quit option gives the application a chance to remind you to save your document (not an issue with the training disk, but a very important issue if you've been using an application for writing or budgeting), and it keeps you from quitting when the application is in the middle of doing something.
You'll learn much more about saving documents in Chapter 4.
If you turn off the computer when the disk drive is reading from or writing to a disk, you could damage the disk and lose the information recorded on it. Wait until the disk drive light goes out before you turn off the power. If something goes wrong and the disk drive light stays on longer than 45 seconds, you can stop the disk drive by holding down control while you press and release Reset (the key marked with the triangle).
If an application doesn't give you a Quit option, you can always quit by turning off the power. Just be sure to save your work before you touch the power switch.
Chapter 1: Meet Your Apple IIGS