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ページ1に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 1 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM
Cat. No. 65-780
Please read before using this equipment.
256K Metal Case
with EL Backlight

ページ2に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 2 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM FEATURES Your RadioShack 256K Organizer is great for the person on the go. The pocket-size data organizer combines these features: 256K Memory — lets you store over 7,000 phone records. Electroluminescent (EL) Backlight — makes reading the 5-row display easy, even in low light. Phone Directories — put names, address- es, and numbers at your fingertips when you store them in the business, personal, or gen- eral directory. © 1999 Tandy Corporati

ページ3に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 3 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM Schedule Alarms — keep you in control of your busy schedule by reminding you of meetings and other important events. Memo and To-Do Functions — let you write yourself notes and to-do lists of up to 512 characters each. Expense Manager — helps you keep track of business and personal expenses. Calendar — shows monthly calendars from January 1901 to December 2099. World Time — shows you the current time in 32 cities around the world. Daily Alarm —

ページ4に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 4 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM Information Transfer — moves records be- tween this organizer and another one like it by infrared data transfer or between the orga- nizer and a personal computer with an op- tional PC Link cable. 8-Digit Password — prevents unauthorized access to your private information. 10-Digit Calculator — to do standard arith- metic and memory calculations. Automatic Power-Off — conserves battery power by automatically turning off the orga- nizer if you d

ページ5に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 5 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM could erase important information from these magnetic strips. Note: Tandy Corporation assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims that might arise through use of this organizer or for damages incurred as a result of information loss due to malfunc- tions, repairs, battery replacement, or mis- use. You should maintain physical records of important information to protect against such loss. 5

ページ6に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 6 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM CONTENTS Preparation ............................................ 7 Overview ................................................ 8 Daily Alarm .......................................... 18 Calendar .............................................. 21 Phone Directories ................................ 22 Schedule Alarms .................................. 31 Memo Function .................................... 38 To-Do Function ..........................

ページ7に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 7 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM PREPARATION REMOVING THE BATTERY INSULATOR Your organizer comes with a battery insulator to preserve battery power during shipping. Before you can use your organizer, you must remove the battery insulator from the battery compartment. Turn the organizer over so the bottom faces up. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the four screws, then carefully remove the cover. Remove the battery insulator by grasping it and pulling it away from the orga

ページ8に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 8 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM OVERVIEW TURNING THE ORGANIZER ON AND OFF Press ON/OFF to turn on the organizer. The Main Menu appears. The organizer automati- cally turns off if you do not press a key for about 7 minutes. Press ON/OFF again to turn off the organizer sooner. SELECTING A FUNCTION When the Main Menu appears, you can se- lect a function by pressing the keyboard letter that appears above the desired icon. You can also use the arrow keys to highlight the de- sire

ページ9に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 9 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY CONTRAST Press MENU so the Main Menu appears. Then press SEARCH to increase the dis- play contrast; press SEARCH to decrease the display contrast. USING THE BACKLIGHT To turn on the backlight, press . The back- light automatically turns off after about 20 seconds. To turn off the backlight sooner, press . again. 9

ページ10に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 10 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM USING THE KEY TONE To set your organizer to sound a tone each time you press a key, from the Main Menu press S to select the Home Time function (or highlight and press ENTER), then press V. A beep sounds and appears. To turn off the key tone, select the Home Time function, then press V again. A beep sounds and disappears. SETTING THE DATE AND TIME When you set the date and time for your home time zone, all other world times are set automat

ページ11に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 11 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM 1. Select the Home Time function. You see London and the default day, date, and time. 2. Press SEARCH .or .until a city in your time zone appears (see “Viewing World Times” on Page13 for city names). 3. Press 12/24 (Z) to set the clock to 12- or 24-hour format. AM or PM appears after the time in the 12-hour format. 4. Press EDIT. The first digit in the month flashes. 5. Press or to move to the digit you want to change, then use the number ke

ページ12に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 12 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM Notes: • If your area is currently observing Daylight Saving Time, set the time as if you were in Standard Time, then switch to Daylight Saving Time in Step 7. • In the 12-hour format, press AM/PM (X) to choose AM or PM. 6. Press ENTER to store the settings. Note: If you enter invalid digits (for example, if you enter 15 for the month), the first digit in the month flashes after you press ENTER. Enter the correct dig- its, then press ENTER aga

ページ13に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 13 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM VIEWING WORLD TIMES Once you set your home time, you can view the time in 32 cities around the world. Cities London Karachi Wellington Paris Delhi Honolulu Berlin Dhaka Anchorage Rome Yangon Los Angeles Helsinki Bangkok Denver Cairo Hong Kong Chicago Moscow Singapore New York Riyadh Tokyo Toronto Tehran Adelaide Caracas Dubai Sydney Rio de Kabul Noumea Janeiro Follow these steps to view the time in one of the cities listed. 13

ページ14に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 14 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM 1. From the Main Menu, press D to select the World Time function (or highlight and press ENTER). The last-selected city name and that city’s day, date, and time appear. 2. Repeatedly press SEARCH . or SEARCH .until you see the city name you want. 3. Press DST to turn on or off Daylight Sav- ing Time. Note: Not all cities observe Daylight Saving Time. If you have already selected Daylight Saving Time, the orga- nizer automatically adjusts the

ページ15に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 15 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM CHECKING AVAILABLE MEMORY Follow these steps to find out how much us- able memory is available. 1. From the Main Menu, press SHIFT then SPACE. The Configuration Menu appears. 2.Press 2 then ENTER. The percentage of available memory appears. 3. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu. ENTERING RECORDS You can enter several different types of records into your organizer. Each type of record has different uses and capabilities, but shares basic re

ページ16に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 16 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM • To enter capital letters, press CAPS. C appears. • To enter a space, press SPACE. • To select a symbol, repeatedly press SYMBL until you see the symbol you , want (/ , : $ £ ¥ @ ) ( ? ! \ # _). Then press to select the symbol. • If you make an incorrect entry, press the arrow keys to move to the character you want to change, then type the correct character over the old one. • To start a new line, press ¿ . • To insert a space before a cha

ページ17に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 17 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM DELETING RECORDS Follow these steps to delete a phone directo- ry, schedule alarm, memo, to-do, or expense record. 1. Recall the record you want to delete. 2. Press DEL. Delete? (Y/N) appears. If you are sure, press Y. The record is deleted. Otherwise, press N. The record remains unchanged. 17

ページ18に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 18 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM DAILY ALARM You can set an alarm to sound at a set time of day. When the daily alarm is on, ((•)) appears on the display and a tone sounds for about 20 seconds at the set time. Press any key to silence the alarm. Note: Because pressing any key turns off the alarm, the alarm might not sound if you are entering information at the alarm time. SETTING THE DAILY ALARM 1. Select the Daily Alarm function (H ). The display shows . 2. Press EDIT. The f

ページ19に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 19 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM 5. Press ENTER to store the alarm time. ((•)) appears on the display. The alarm is set to sound. 6. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu. TURNING THE DAILY ALARM ON AND OFF 1. Select the Daily Alarm function (H ). 2. Press V to turn the alarm on. ((•)) appears on the display when the alarm is set to sound. Press V to turn the alarm off. ((•)) disappears. Note: Turning the daily alarm on or off does not affect the schedule alarms (see “Turnin

ページ20に含まれる内容の要旨 Page 20 Friday, August 20, 1999 3:48 PM USING SNOOZE When the alarm sounds, press SPACE to turn on the snooze function. The alarm turns off for about 10 minutes. When the alarm sounds again, press any key except SPACE to silence the alarm. If no key is pressed, the alarm sounds again after 10 minutes then turns off until the next day at the set time. 20

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