Sharp El- 6890 manual

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    ELECTRONIC ORGANIZER EL-6850 EL-6890 EL-6890S OPERA TION MANUAL CONTENTS Using the Organizer for the[...]

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    NOTICE • SHARP strongly recommends that separate permanent written records be kept of all importa[...]

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    1 Using the Organizer for the First Time Be sure to per for m the following operations before using [...]

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    2 • T o turn the Backlight off, pr ess again. • The Backlight may remain on for less than th[...]

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    3 Part Names OPTION key MENU key Mode keys Computer link Cursor movement keys Power ON key Power OFF[...]

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    4 Display Symbols : A “beep” will sound when a key is pressed. : The schedule alarm will sound. [...]

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    5 3. Making Corrections (1) Inserting characters Press INS to change the cursor from “ ■ ”[...]

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    6 Zone City Zone City number number 0 10 MOSCOW 1 AUCKLAND 11 CAIRO 2 NOUMEA 12 P ARIS 3 SYDN[...]

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    7 (2) Setting the Clock <Example> Set the date and time to Februar y 8, 2001, 10:05 PM. 1. P[...]

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    8 (2) W orld clock 1. Press CLOCK once or twice to display the World clock. 2. Press 2nd [...]

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    9 T elephone/E-mail Mode T elephone/E-mail listings can be accessed by pressing either of TEL or [...]

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    10 Space edwards@abcd.e fg.com – 6. Press ENTER , then enter the E-mail address. For exampl[...]

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    11 WWW Mode WWW mode is used exclusively for storing URL (Uniform Resour ce Locator) and its r emark[...]

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    12 Calendar Mode Calendar mode is selected by pressing SCHEDULE once or twice. Each time you pr e[...]

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    13 Schedule Mode Schedule mode is selected by pressing SCHEDULE once or twice. Each time you pres[...]

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    14 SAT FEB 24 ' 01 11:30 A ~ 1:00 P Lunch with Tom – 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 25 [...]

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    15 2. Enter the date. 11262001 3. Press ENTER . T ime entr y prompt (or Calendar) for November[...]

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    16 Anniversary Mode Anniversar y mode is selected by pressing MEMO/ANN once or twice. Each time yo[...]

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    17 Recalling the Listings 1. Notes for Recalling the Listings • Perfor m sear ching the listings [...]

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    18 4. Keyword Search Recalls listings by a word contained in the desired listing in T elephone/E-mai[...]

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    19 Editing the Listings 1. Editing Listings 1. Recall the listing to be edited. 2. Press 2nd E[...]

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    20 Secret Function The Secret function allows you to protect confidential listings with a password, [...]

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    21 (2) T ur ning the Secr et function on 1. Press 2nd SECRET . 2. Press 1 to select “1: H[...]

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    22 (1) Recalling only the secret listings 1. T ur n the Secret function off. (Refer to page 20.) 2[...]

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    23 Example Operation Display (–24+2) 4=–5.5 – 24 + 2 4 = *1 –5.5 34 +57=91 34 [...]

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    24 CONVERSION 198 1.8 [ 1 ] $ £ CAPS CONVERSION 356.4 1.8 [ 1 ] [...]

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    25 CONVERSION 77. [ 6 ] F C CAPS ˚ ˚ 1. Press NEXT (or PREV ) to select the [...]

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    26 • Even after you have designated an each file name for TEL/ MAIL1, TEL/MAIL2, or URL, “T/M1?[...]

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    27 <Example> Delete all listings in the TEL/MAIL1 file. 1. Press 2nd MENU NEXT 1 . 2.[...]

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    28 DO YOU WANT TO FREE UP MEMORY ? ( Yes/No ) CAPS 8. Freeing Up Memor y Deleting or modifying da[...]

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    29 • The Backlight is nullified during data transfer . (When the Backlight is turned on, it is au[...]

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    30 • The indication “WORKING...” shown on the side of the receiving Organizer at the beginnin[...]

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    31 T ransferring data between T elephone/E-mail mode and WWW mode T ransferring data is possible bet[...]

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    32 Batter y Replacement Batteries used T ype Model Quantity Use Lithium battery CR2032 2 Unit o[...]

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    33 • When batteries become weak, remove them from the Organizer immediately to avoid battery leak[...]

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    34 MEMORY BACKUP BATTERY INSTALLATION DATE MONTH • YEAR • When you start to use the Organizer[...]

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    35 WWW mode: Entry and recall of names, URL, and remarks Calendar mode: From Jan., 1901 to Dec., 20[...]

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    36 Batter y life: Operating batteries (at 25°C/77°F) • Approx. 1200 hours; When data is continu[...]

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    In Europe: This equipment complies with the requirements of Directive 89/336/EEC as amended by 93/68[...]

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    SHARP CORPORA TION PRINTED IN CHINA 01CTO (TINSE0481EHZZ)[...]