HP (Hewlett-Packard) 2000/5700 user manual

User manual for the device HP (Hewlett-Packard) 2000/5700

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HP OmniBook 2000/5700
User’s Guide
(Windows for Workgroups)
HP OMNIBOOK 2000/5700 USER’S GUIDE ............................................ 4
Using This Online Manual ....................................................................................................4
Finding More Information ....................................................................................................4
Notice .................................................................................................

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To insert and remove a CD ................................................................................................25 To insert a PC card ............................................................................................................25 To remove a PC card .........................................................................................................27 3. MANAGING BATTERY POWER......................................................... 28 Monitoring Battery Power .....

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To perform a math function on one number .......................................................................47 To do simple arithmetic .....................................................................................................48 6. CHANGING THE CONFIGURATION .................................................. 50 Using OmniBook Tools........................................................................................................52 To run OmniBook Tools ........................

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HP OmniBook 2000/5700 User’s Guide This manual describes how to use the OmniBook with the Microsoft® Windows® for Workgroups operating system. It focuses on the special Hewlett-Packard hardware and software, not the Windows operating system itself. For questions about the operating system, refer to the online Windows manual (see the OmniBook Library group in Program Manager). Using This Online Manual This online User’s Guide looks similar to a printed manual—and it works like a printed manual in

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Consumer transactions in Australia and the United Kingdom: The above disclaimers and limitations shall not apply to Consumer transactions in Australia and the United Kingdom and shall not affect the statutory rights of Consumers. © Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company 1997. All rights reserved. Reproduction, adaptation, or translation of this manual is prohibited without prior written permission of Hewlett-Packard Company, except as allowed under the copyright laws. The programs that control this p

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1. Getting Comfortable • Identifying Parts of the OmniBook. • Adjusting the Display. • Using the Pointing Device. • Using Sound. • Using the OmniBook Keyboard. • Learning About Windows. Congratulations! Your OmniBook sets a new standard in personal computing. Although it’s compact and easy to carry, the OmniBook is equipped with a full-size keyboard, and a built-in CD-ROM or floppy drive. This chapter introduces the OmniBook and helps you get familiar with your new computer. Identifying Pa

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Depending on the accessories you purchased with your OmniBook, the center drive bay can hold an internal CD-ROM drive, a floppy disk drive, or a high-capacity battery for extra battery power. Alternatively, you can connect the floppy drive to the OmniBook externally—see "To install the floppy drive." 7

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Adjusting the Display Your OmniBook display controls are located to the right of the display. • All OmniBooks are equipped with a brightness control. • Some models may also have a contrast control. To adjust the display • Slide the control up or down to adjust the brightness or contrast. Hint Brightness affects battery time. Keep in mind that a higher brightness setting gives a shorter battery operating time—because the internal light is using more power. (The contrast setting doesn’t affect

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Using the Pointing Device The TrackPoint III pointing device is located in the center of the keyboard, and the two click buttons are located below the keyboard. The pointing device controls the motion of the cursor on the screen by detecting pressure. The pointing device itself does not move. The cursor speed corresponds to the amount of pressure. The click buttons work like those on a standard mouse. What the buttons do depends on the software that is used. In this section you’ll learn how to

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• To maintain a smooth pointing operation, occasionally lift the cap off the post and clean it with a soft, moistened cloth. When the cap wears out, you can replace it with one of the spares shipped with your OmniBook. 10

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Using Sound The OmniBook supports Sound Blaster compatible sound. In this section you’ll learn how to • Adjust the speaker volume. • Connect a microphone, speakers, or headphones. • Record and play sound. To adjust the speaker volume • Hold down Fn and press F8 or F9 as needed to gradually increase or decrease the maximum volume. (The Fn key is at the front-left corner of the OmniBook keyboard.) –or– 1. In Program Manager, double-click the OmniBook Tools icon (Main group). 2. Click Sound

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Your OmniBook has a built-in microphone above the keyboard and two stereo speakers. You can also plug in an external microphone, external speakers or headphones, and a stereo input source, such as a CD player. • Plug the microphone into the microphone jack. The built-in microphone turns off. • Plug the stereo speakers or headphones into the output jack. The built-in speakers turn off. • Plug a stereo input source into the input jack. To record and play sound • Use the Windows Sound Recorder

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Using the OmniBook Keyboard In the section you’ll learn how to • Tilt the keyboard. • Use the special features of the keyboard. To tilt the keyboard You can adjust the keyboard angle for more comfortable typing. • Flip down the built-in tilt feet located on the bottom of the OmniBook. To use special features of the OmniBook keyboard In addition to the standard typing keys, the OmniBook keyboard contains the following special keys and features: Fn combination keys The gold Fn key is located at

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ALT GR key If your keyboard has an ALT GR key to the right of the spacebar, hold that key to type the characters printed at the bottom-right corners of keys. For keys that have four characters, hold SHIFT and ALT GR to type the upper-right characters. SHIFT ¬ Unshifted ‘ ALT GR 14

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Learning About Windows To learn about Windows This OmniBook User’s Guide does not discuss the Windows operating system. Rather, it introduces the OmniBook and shows you how to operate it. For information about Windows, see the following sources: • Start the Windows tutorial. In the Program Manager window, press ALT, then H, then W. • In the Program Manager window, double-click the Windows book icon in the OmniBook Library group. • Many bookstores have books about Windows for people with diffe

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2. Operating the OmniBook • Checking the Status of the OmniBook. • Starting and Stopping the OmniBook. • Using Storage Devices. Your OmniBook has been specifically designed for ease-of-use on the road. It features “instant-on” power that immediately restores your last screen. The Status Panel provides convenient status information. And the OmniBook supports a variety of storage devices. Checking the Status of the OmniBook The OmniBook Status Panel, located above the keyboard, contains indicat

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reminds you that the state of the computer has been saved. Caps Lock Appears when Caps Lock is active. Num Lock Appears when Num Lock is active. Scroll Lock Appears when Scroll Lock is active. 17

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Starting and Stopping the OmniBook You can easily start and stop your OmniBook using the blue On/Suspend button. But at certain times, you may want to use other methods for starting and stopping your OmniBook, depending on power considerations, types of active connections, and startup time. In this section you’ll learn how to: • Start the OmniBook. • Stop the OmniBook in different ways. • Reset and restart the OmniBook. To start the OmniBook • Press the blue On/Suspend button. Either your pr

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automatically turns off when you shut down Windows.) Hint Preserving connections. If you have active network connections, or if you have any SCSI devices connected, use the ac adapter and press the blue On/Suspend button to stop the OmniBook. These connections and devices are disconnected if you stop the OmniBook any other way. However, Windows 95 can restore network connections and SCSI devices when you turn on the OmniBook. For a different operating system, you may have to reboot the OmniBook

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session at turn-on. Off button Off No-power/stopped state. Everything is shut down (battery charges if ac adapter is connected). Computer reboots at turn-on. If you plug in the ac adapter while the OmniBook is stopped, battery-charging components are activated, but the OmniBook stays in the same power state. On the other hand, if you unplug the ac adapter while the OmniBook is in the Display Off state, it changes to the Suspend state. In addition, Advanced Power Management (APM) provides several


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