Hi, this might seem like a really stupid question, but I am not sure how the scale works on my digital multimeter. I am trying to measure the resistance across a photocell in the light and in the dark. I was given this digital multimeter as a gift, but am unsure how to use it. The instructions do not really help. What I did was switch the dial to where there was an omega symbol, assuming that would be the place to be for resistance! So there are 5 different settings, 200, 2000, 20k, 200k and 2000k. I am guessing that these will select my "range" much like other meters I have used in the lab. So now I have found one measurement. It displays 5.84 on the "200k" setting. So what the heck resistance does that work out to? I've watched like 3 youtube videos and I think they all skip over this because it is so trivial!