DeWalt IPAQ H3000 manual


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    P AQ H3000 P PC R G[...]

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    N The information in this document is subjec t to change without notice. COMP AQ COMPUT ER COR PORA [...]

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    chapter 1 G ETT ING S TART ED Congratulations on purchasing a Compaq iP AQ H3000 W i ndows Powered P[...]

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    This reference guide describes your iP AQ H3000 Pocket PC hardware, provides a n over- view of the p[...]

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    Some or all of the follo wing for mat con ventions may be us ed in thi s guide to dis - tinguish ele[...]

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    If you are currently using a W indows CE-ba sed Palm-size PC and want to transfer your data to your [...]

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    chapter 2 B ASIC S KIL LS Learning to use you r iP AQ H3000 Pocket PC is eas y . This chapter descri[...]

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    3 Alarm/C harge Light Serves as both a batter y charge indicator a nd a visual alarm indi cator . ?[...]

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    Item Component Function 1 Communications Port Connects your iP AQ H3000 to t he cradle or auto- sync[...]

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    Y our iP AQ H3000 comes with either a cradle or auto-sync cable, and an AC adapter . This allows you[...]

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    Y our iP AQ H3000 contains a r echargeable Lithium Polymer battery that is rechar ged each time you [...]

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    Y our iP AQ fe atures the iP AQ Expans ion Pack System, which allows you to personalize the appear a[...]

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    Slide the Expansion Pack down and off your iP AQ H3000. The optional C om paq iP AQ CF Card E xpansi[...]

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    2. Push the card, connector-side first into the slot until it stops. 1. Close all applications on yo[...]

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    Y our iP AQ H3000 has a s tylus for s electing items and enter ing information. T o use the stylus, [...]

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    When you turn on your iP AQ H3000 fo r the first time each day (or after 4 hours of inactiv- ity), y[...]

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    Y ou c an swit c h from one pr ogr am to another by s electing it from t he m enu. (Y ou can customi[...]

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    The following table contains a partial list of pr ograms that ar e on your iP AQ H3000. Look in the [...]

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    The na vigation ba r is l ocated a t the t op of the scre en and displays the title of the active pr[...]

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    W ith pop-up menus , you ca n quickly choose an a ction for an item. For example, you can use the po[...]

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    Y ou have several options for entering new inf ormation: • Enter typed text in the input panel by [...]

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    When you us e the input panel, your iP AQ H3000 anticipates the word you are typing or writing and d[...]

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    In any pr ogram that accepts writing, s uch as the Not e s program and the Notes ta b in Cal- endar [...]

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    Y ou can cut, copy , and paste written text in the s ame way you work with typed text: tap and hold [...]

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    If t he conversion is incor rect, you can select dif ferent wor ds from a l ist of alternates or ret[...]

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    Y ou can draw on the sc reen in the same way th a t you wr ite on the s creen. The dif ference betwe[...]

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    In any pr ogram where you c an write or draw on the screen, you can also quickly c apture thoughts, [...]

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    The Find feature on your iP AQ H3000 helps you qui c kly locate inf ormation. On the menu, tap Find [...]

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    Password se curity is provided to help protect against unauthorized use of your i P AQ H3000. For im[...]

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    Programs added to your iP AQ H3000 at the factory are stored in R OM (read-only mem- ory). Y ou cann[...]

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    Using F ile Exp lorer on your iP AQ: 1. T ap , Pr ograms , File E xplor er , and l ocate the program[...]

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    When you are wor king with your iP AQ H3000 and using battery power , you can monitor the charge hel[...]

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    The backlight on your iP AQ H3000 lets you view text and graphics clearly whether you'r e indoo[...]

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    1. Press the QMenu button, then tap B ackli ght , P r op ert ies . 2. Use the drop-down menus to set[...]

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    Customizing your iP AQ Pocket PC is both convenient and easy when you use the QMenu and the QUtiliti[...]

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    Y ou can us e the Fil e Explorer to find files on your iP AQ and to organize these files into folder[...]

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    3. Press the QMenu button, then tap QUtilities , then Self T est . 4. T ap the chec k boxes to selec[...]

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    The Vo l u m e utility provides an easy way to adjust the v olume of your iP AQ H3000. 1. Press the [...]

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    T o avoid losi ng your data in the event t hat your iP AQ Pocket PC is lost, stolen, or bec omes def[...]

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    4. Press the QMenu button, then tap QUtilit ies , Bac kup , the n Bac kup . The s creen dis - plays [...]

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    chapter 3 M ICROSOFT A CT IVE S YNC Using Microsoft ActiveSync, you can synchr onize the information[...]

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    chapter 4 M ICROSOFT P OCKE T O UT LOOK Microsoft Pocket Outlook  inc ludes Calendar , Contacts, [...]

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    Use Calendar to schedule appointments, including meetings and other events. Y ou can check your appo[...]

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    1. T ap the desired date and time for the appointment if you are in Day or W eek view . 2. T ap Ne w[...]

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    When you tap an appointment in Calendar , a summary screen is di splayed. T ap the top portion of th[...]

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    Y ou can use Ca lendar to s et up m e etings with users of Outlook, Pocket Outlook, or Sched- ule+. [...]

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    Contacts maintains a list of your friends and colleagues so that you can eas ily find the informatio[...]

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    1. T ap New . 2. Enter a name and ot he r contact i nfor mation using the input panel. Y ou will nee[...]

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    When you tap a conta ct in the contact list, a summary screen is displayed.[...]

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    Use T asks to keep tr ack of what you ha ve to do. I n the task list, ove rdue tasks are dis- played[...]

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    1. T ap New . 2. Enter a description using t he input panel. 3. Enter a start date a nd due date or [...]

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    When you tap a tas k in the task list, a summary screen is dis played.[...]

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    Quickly capture thoughts , reminders, ideas, drawings, and phone numbers wit h Notes. Y ou can creat[...]

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    1. T ap New . 2. Create your note by wr iting, drawing, typing, and recording. For more inf ormation[...]

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    Use Inbox to s end and receive e-mail mes sages in either of thes e ways: 1. Synchronize e-mail mes [...]

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    Messages you receive are disp layed in the mes sage list. B y default, the most recently received me[...]

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    When you re ceive a mess age, tap it in the list to open it. Unread mes sages a re displayed in bold[...]

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    1. T ap New . 2. Ente r an e-mail address in To , or select a name f rom the contact li st by tappin[...]

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    By default, mes sages are displayed in one of four fo lders for ea ch service you’ ve create d: In[...]

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    chapter 5 C O MPA NION P ROG RAMS The companion programs consis t of Microsoft Pocket W ord, Microso[...]

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    Pocket W ord contains a l ist of the files stored on your iP AQ H3000. T ap a file in the lis t to o[...]

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    Using the input pa nel, enter typed text into the document. For more information on enter - ing type[...]

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    In writing mode, use your stylus to write dir ectly on the screen. Ruled lines are displayed as a gu[...]

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    In drawing mode, use your stylus to dr aw on the screen. Gridlines appear as a guide. When you lift [...]

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    Pocket Excel works with Microsoft E xcel on your computer to give you easy acce ss to copies of your[...]

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    Note the following when working in large w orks heets i n Pocket Exce l : • V iew in f ull-screen [...]

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    1. T ap , Pr ograms , Microsoft Money , then New . A s creen for enter ing a ccount details with a R[...]

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    T o view the Account Register for an account, tap it in the Acc ount Manager . The Account Register [...]

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    Once you have the Account R egister open, tap New to c reate a new transaction. On the Requir ed tab[...]

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    In the Inves tments screen, you can track the value of the investments in your portfolio. The Invest[...]

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    Use W i ndows Media Player for Pocket PC to listen to digital audio files. T o switch to W indows Me[...]

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    W indows Media Manager is included i n the Extras folder on the ActiveSync C D. Y ou must install W [...]

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    Use the pla ylis t ma nager to s et the tr ack p layback or der . All My Mus ic i s the default play[...]

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    Y ou can download book files from the W eb. Just visit your fa vorite eBook retailer and fol- low th[...]

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    In addition to the text, eac h book page includes a page number and book title. Y ou can als o page [...]

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    • Drawings. When you add a drawing, a drawing icon appears in the bott om-left corner of the page,[...]

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    1. Draw a box around the area you want to s ave as a map in Mi crosoft Expedia Str eets and T rips 2[...]

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    chapter 6 P OCKE T I NTERNE T E XP LORER Use Pocket Internet Explorer to view W eb pages in either o[...]

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    If you ar e using M icrosoft In t ernet Explorer 5 on your computer , you c an download mobile favor[...]

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    Channels are websites designed specifically for offline view ing on your i P AQ H3000. Y ou can subs[...]

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    Mobile channels are s i tes you subscribe to on your computer . They are stored in the Chan- nels su[...]

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    1. T ap the Favorites button to display your list of favo rites. 2. T ap the mobile f avorite or c h[...]

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    1. Connect to the Internet or your network in eith e r of the f ollowing ways: 2. Connect using Con [...]

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    chapter 7 G ETT ING C ON N ECT ED Y ou can us e your iP A Q H3000 to excha nge information with othe[...]

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    Using the IR port on your iP AQ H3000, you c an send a nd receive information, such as contacts and [...]

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    Y ou can conne ct to your ISP by cr eating a modem conne ction. Once connected, you can send and rec[...]

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    5. Enter a name for the connection, such as “ISP Connection”. 6. Select your mode m type in the [...]

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    1. Get the f ollowing information from your network administrator: dial-up ac cess tele - phone numb[...]

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    Y ou do not nee d to c reate a new connection on your iP AQ H3000. Instead, you must pur - chase and[...]

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    If you started the connection fr om a program, such as Inbox or Pocket Internet Explorer , disconnec[...]

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    3. Select a connec tion f rom the Con nectio n list. If you have not c reated a connection, selec t [...]

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    appendix a T IPS AN D T ROUBL ESHOO TING This chapter contains t roubles hooting infor mation that c[...]

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    If you want to clear all data from your iP AQ H3000 and return it t o the fa c tory settings , you s[...]

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    3. Close the Battery On/Off door using the stylus. When the battery is low , you w ill see a batter [...]

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    The iP AQ H3000 produces sounds in response to a number of events, such as warnings, appointments, a[...]

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    • Move data t o a storage card. •T a p , Pr ograms , th e n File E xpl or er . T ap and hold the[...]

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    • Stop programs you are not currently using. In most cas es, programs automatically stop to free n[...]

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    • T urn on the backlight, by holding down the Power button for one second. • Adjust t he backlig[...]

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    Y ou may encounter the following pr oblems when us ing a modem. Additional trouble- shooting informa[...]

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    • Make s ure the network to which you are trying to connect s upports the Point-to-Point Protoc ol[...]

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    • The fol lowing solutions may help if you e ncounter problems when usin g a network card for netw[...]

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    This section provides recommended guidelines f or taking care of your iP AQ H3000. Fol- lowing these[...]

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    For sa fety and convenience when traveling with your iP AQ H3000, follow these guide- lines: • Bac[...]

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    appendix b C H ARA CTER R ECOGNIZ ER Using Character Recognizer, you can wr ite chara cters directly[...]

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    The Character Recognizer input panel is divided into thr ee writing areas. Letters writ te n in the [...]

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    The following chart is a partial display of the characters you can wri te while in lower case mode ([...]

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    appendix c R EGULAT OR Y N OTICE S For regulatory id entification purposes your product is assigned [...]

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    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits f or a Class B di gital device, p[...]

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    This C la ss B digi tal apparatus meets all r equirements of the Ca nadian Interference- Caus- ing E[...]

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    If you were not provi ded with a power cord f or your iP AQ 3000 Pocket PC or for an AC power access[...]

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    appendix d H ARDWAR E S PE CIF I CA TIO NS Featur e iP AQ H3600 Series iP AQ H3100 Se ries Processor[...]

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    iP AQ H3600 Poc ke t P C iP AQ H3600 with Basi c S tyl e Pack iP AQ H3100 Poc ket P C US Metric US M[...]