Casio Cassiopeia BE-300 Pocket PC User's Guide PDF

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1-6 Notes ... 17 Creating a New Freehand Document ... 18 Creating a New Text Document ... 19 Creating a New E-mail Message Using a Text Document ... 20 Naming a Document ... 20 Using the List Screen ... 21 Renaming and Moving Documents ... 22

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3-3 Mail ... 67 Starting Up Mail ... 67 Using the Account/Folder List ... 69 Account/folder list ... 69 Managing Accounts ... 70 Sending and Receiving Mail ... 72 Creating an Outgoing Mail Message ... 74 Using Phrase Memory ... 78 Inputting Schedule Format Data Into a Mail Message ... 80 Displaying a Mail Message ... 81 Received Message Operations ... 82 Creating Folders and Managing Mail Messages ... 87 Configuring Mail Program Properties ... 90

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3-4 Internet ... 93 Using the Browser Screen ... 93 Configuring Internet Program Properties ... 95 Displaying a Web Page ... 96 Using Bookmarks ... 97 Managing Your Bookmarks ... 98 Saving a Web Page ... 101 Managing Saved Pages ... 102 Saving Web Page Graphic Elements ... 103

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Owner Information ... 141 Password ... 142 Color Scheme ... 142 Brightness ... 143 Align Screen ... 144 Volume & Sounds ... 145 Power ... 146 Memory ... 146

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If you run out of CASSIOPEIA memory ... 160 Screen freezes or responds slowly ... 160 Screen is blank ... 161 Screen is dark ... 161 Inaccurate response to stylus taps ... 161 Slow or no response ... 161 Modem connection problems ... 161 Network connection problems ... 162 Cable and cradle connection problems... 162 Storage card error message ... 162

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1-1 Starting Up Your CASSIOPEIA NOTE When you start up your CASSIOPEIA for the first time, you must perform an Initial Setup procedure to configure the system... See the separate Hardware Manual for details about the initial setup procedure... The following assumes that you have already performed the initial setup procedure for your CASSIOPEIA...

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After you install a program, you can start it up or switch to another program using the Top Menu... Press the Top Menu button to display the Top Menu... See 1-3 Top Menu on page 11 for more information...

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About myCasio introduction Tapping on the Top Menu displays a myCasio introduction screen that describes a portal for a wide range of contents services... In order to use myCasio, you must first register as a user from your computer... For details, visit http://www... mycasio... com...

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Uninstalling Programs You can uninstall programs you do not use in order to free up memory space... Note that you can uninstall the following programs only... Programs you install in main memory or onto a storage card Programs that come pre-installed in main memory, EXCEPT FOR Clock, Settings, Connections

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To change the sequence of Top Menu programs 1... On the Top Menu screen, tap the name of the program you want to move... 2... Tap Edit L Move Icon... 3... Specify the destination of the move by tapping another program name...

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Do not press the reset button... Do not eject a card from the CASSIOPEIA... Do not connect cables to or disconnect cables from the CASSIOPEIA Do not turn off CASSIOPEIA power...

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Using the Command Bar The Command Bar is located at the top of the screen in all programs... Though the menus and buttons that appear in the Command Bar depend on the program you are using, there are a number of basic operations that are common to all programs...

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(2) Input panel switch Tap this button to display a menu of available input panel types (Keyboard or Character Recognizer)... Tap the name of the input panel you want to use...

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To input upper-case alphabetic characters without shifting the keyboard 1... When the keyboard is on the display, use the stylus to press and hold the key of the letter you

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Writing with Character Recognizer Your CASSIOPEIA comes with character recognition software that lets you write characters by hand... Character Recognizer supports word-by-word, non-cursive handwriting... To write using the character recognizer, tap the input panel switch and select Character Recognizer... Write in the designated input area in the lower part of the screen... The handwritten characters are converted to typed characters that appear at the cursor in the active application...

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Tap a header title to sort documents by their names, creation dates, sizes, or types... Each tap of a header title toggles sorting between ascending and descending order...

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See 1-5 Inputting Text on page 15 for more information about the input panel... The operations you can perform on the text document screen are described below...

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Naming a Document You can assign a new name to a freehand or text document using the procedure below... You can also specify the location where you want to save the new document file... 1... On a document screen, tap Edit L Rename/Move...

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To open and edit a document On the list screen, double-tap the document you want to open... This opens the document... After this you can edit the file using the procedures described under To create a new freehand document on page 18, and To create a new text document on page 19...

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4... Tap the Location box L button and select a storage location from the menu that appears... You can specify Main (CASSIOPEIA main memory) or Card (Memory card) as the storage

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You can perform the following operations with the Clock program... You can make time and date settings, which are used by the CASSIOPEIA system... You can specify two cities, one as your Home City and one as your Destination City, and

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Tapping the hour, minutes, or seconds digits in the Time box displays an input panel for setting the time... You can input a value or use the buttons to change the time setting... If you are using 12-hour timekeeping (page 26), be sure to specify either AM or PM for your alarm time setting...

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This setting becomes available when turn on the Play sound option... Tap the L button to display a menu of available sounds... To play the currently selected sound, tap ... Tap to stop play of the selected sound...

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Specifying the Date and Time Formats The date and time formats you specify with the following procedure are used on setting screens, programs (Calendar, etc... ), and any other operation that uses a date or time...

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1-8 Using Calculator Calculator provides you basic arithmetic, percent, and square root calculation capabilities... To display the Calculator screen, tap Calculator on the Top Menu (page 11)...

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Any of the following conditions produces an error... Whenever the number of digits in the mantissa of an intermediate or final result exceeds 12 Whenever the number of digits in the mantissa of a value in calculator memory exceeds 12

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V 0... 53 + 123 63 = 53 : 123 ; 63 > 113... 963 (23 56) = 23 ; 56 < 963 > 31779... (56 3 89) 5... 2 + 63 = 56 < 3 ; 89 = 5... 2

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Calendar ... Calendar is a program for managing your appointments... Information about appointments, meetings, and other commitments you input into Calendar can be displayed in a variety of different formats... You can even set alarms to keep you reminded of appointments...

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2-2 Calendar Calendar is a program for managing your appointments... Information about appointments, meetings, and other commitments you input into Calendar, can be displayed in a variety of different formats... You can even set alarms to keep you reminded of appointments...

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Times ... The upper time is the start time, while the lower time is the end time of the appointment... You can specify a date using the calendar that appears when you tap a date L button, or you can input a date into a box... You can specify a time by selecting one from the list that appears when you tap a time L button, or you can input a time into a box...

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1... On the appointment input screen, tap the Repeat box L button and then select the Edit Pattern item from the list of options that appears... This causes the dialog box shown below to appear...

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Tap Yes to delete all of the applicable repeat appointments, or No if you want to delete only the currently selected appointment, which is part of a repeat series... Tapping Cancel returns to step 1 of the procedure without doing anything...

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4... Tap Edit L Paste to paste the appointment data from the clipboard to the currently displayed Daily View... You could now use the procedures under To edit an appointment on page 34 to edit the

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2-2-2 Viewing Calendar data Calendar lets you view your appointment data using any one of three different views: Daily, Weekly, or 3-Month... This section tells you how to select and interpret each view...

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The color of the data depends on the Show time as setting and whether the Private option is turned on or off... See the NOTE on page 32 for more information...

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Dragging a time boundary causes the area between the two boundaries to become highlighted in light blue... Tapping New creates a new appointment with the start time and the end time in accordance with the boundary locations...

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Switching the Time between 12-hour and 24-hour Formats You can switch between 12-hour and 24-hour timekeeping using Clock (see 1-7 Using Clock on page 23)... The setting you select affects the time and timetable display on the Calendar Weekly View as shown below... The current time display examples below show what appears at 9:00am and 3:00pm...

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2... On the color palette that appears, tap the color you want to use for date coloring... 3... Tap a date to color it... To color a series of dates, drag the stylus across them... 4... Repeat steps 2 and 3 as required... 5... After the dates are the way you want them, tap to close the dialog box...

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Specifying the First Day of the Week Use the following procedure to specify either Sunday or Monday as the first day of the week for the Daily, Weekly, and 3-Month views... 1... On the Tools menu, tap First day of Week to display the dialog box shown below...

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When you use the Clock to change to a different city, the times of currently registered Calendar appointments are automatically adjusted in accordance with the time differential and summer time information preset for the newly selected city...

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2-3 Contacts Contacts is the place where you can store the names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses and other information about friends, acquaintances, and family members... You can view Contacts records using either a list screen or a detailed data screen...

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To delete a Contacts record 1... On the list screen, tap the record you want to copy... 2... Tap Edit L Delete... 3... In response to the confirmation message that appears, tap Yes to delete the appointment or No

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Changing the List Screen Fields The field on the left of the list screen is always Name... Initially, the field on the right is Company, but you can use the following procedure to change to another field, if you want...

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category, tap Multiple Categories... This causes a dialog box like the one shown here to appear... Put a check mark into each of the categories whose records you want to include, and then tap ...

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2... Specify the address of the recipient and subject, and make any changes to the body text that you want... See 3-3 Mail on page 67 for more information about writing and sending e-mail messages...

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To search for text 1... On the list screen or data screen, input the text you want to find in the text box at the top of the

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Tap a header title to sort documents by their checked/unchecked status, names, or priorities... Each tap of a header title toggles sorting between ascending and descending order...

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The sort order of the tasks on the list screen does not change automatically when you check or uncheck a task, even if the list is currently sorted on the check box column... To resort the tasks, tap one of the header titles...

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Tap Yes to delete all of the tasks in the recurrent series, or No to delete only the currently scheduled task of the series... To cancel without deleting anything, tap Cancel...

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3... Specify the address of the recipient, and make any changes to the subject and body text that you want... See 3-3 Mail on page 67 for more information about writing and sending e-mail messages...

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Dial-up Connection Before you can connect to the Internet with a dial-up connection, you first need to contract the services of an Internet service provider (ISP)... You also need to obtain the required devices, cables, and other hardware in order to physically connect to a telephone line... Your CASSIOPEIA supports connection to a phone line using any one of the following configurations... Mobile phone and mobile phone connection cable CompactFlash card type card modem, modular cable, analog telephone line PC card type card modem, CASSIOPEIA optional PC Card Unit (PC Card Adapter), modular

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Dial-up Connection Setup A dial-up setup is used when you plug into a telephone line and dial up a server to connect to the Internet, normally through your provider... The following are some of the parameters you need to configure when creating a dial-up connection setup... Connection name Server settings (phone number, connection ID, password, etc... ) Modem settings (for configuring the modem you are using) Mail account settings (mail address, user ID, password, and other settings for using Mail) Proxy server settings

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Password ... The password is used to help ensure that the person using your connection ID is really you... Depending on your provider, the password may be called a authorization password, log in password, connection password, or something similar... It is important to note that this password may be different from the password you need when connecting to your providers mail server...

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NOTE With some data communication or modem cards, you need to insert the card into the CASSIOPEIAs card slot before you perform the steps below... For details, see the instructions that come with the card you are using...

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The screens shown in steps 5 and 6 below do not appear if you selected An Internet Application only in step 2 without selecting A Mail Application... In such a case, skip to step 7 of this procedure...

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The screen shown in step 7 does not appear if you selected A Mail Application only in step 2 without selecting An Internet Application... In such a case, skip to step 8 of this procedure...

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If your connection uses a proxy server for Web browsing, select this option and input the required information below... Check with your service provider for information about whether or not you can use a proxy server...

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Configuring Advanced Dial-Up Settings The following procedure describes how to configure advanced settings that appear when you tap the Advanced settings button on the Access Point Setup screen (page 57)... 1... On the Access Point Setup screen, tap Advanced Settings...

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Testing a Dial-up Connection Setup Perform the following steps to test a connection setup you created using the procedure under To configure a dial-up connection setup... 1... Turn off your CASSIOPEIA and connect it to the device you plan to use to dial-up your

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If you experience problems with establishing or maintaining a dial-up connection, check the connections between your CASSIOPEIA and phone or modem, and check your dial-up connection setup... If you cant locate the cause or solution of your problem, see the Troubleshooting Guide at the back of this manual...

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Configuring a LAN Connection Use the LAN connection setup when you want to connect to the Internet through a LAN (network) at your office, etc... Note that you should contact the system administrator of the network to which you are connecting for the information you need when configuring the setup...

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If you want to use a fixed LAN IP address for the CASSIOPEIA, specify the address here... If you want the IP address detected automatically, select the Auto detect option...

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Copying a Connection Setup Sometimes it is easier to create a new dial-up connection setup by copying an existing setup and making changes in the copy as required... In many cases, all you need to do is copy an existing setting, change the access point phone number, and you are done...

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Deleting a Connection Setup Use the procedure below to delete a connection setup you no longer need... Note that since you can have only one LAN connection setup registered, you need to use this procedure to delete your existing setup before you can create a new LAN setup...

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Starting Up Mail for the First Time When you start up mail for the first time, you must perform a procedure to set up new mail account... If you have already used Connections to configure a connection setup, simply start up Mail and follow the instructions that appear on the CASSIOPEIA screen to setup your new account... If you have not yet configured a connection setup, starting up Mail will display a dialog box asking if you want to go to Connections and create a setup...

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Tap Yes to start up Connections and display the new connection setup screen... See 3-2 Connections on page 54 for information about configuring connection setups...

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Starting Up Mail After Setting Up an Account After you set up one or more mail account the first time you start up Mail, starting it up again displays the account/folder list... Note, however, that if you added a new connection setup with Connections since the last time you used Mail, starting it up causes a message like the one shown below to appear...

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Settings Button Tapping this button displays a dialog box for editing the signature block for outgoing messages, and for changing a variety of settings related to message creation, receipt, and display... See Configuring Mail Program Properties on page 90 for more information...

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5... After everything is the way you want, tap OK to save your changes... If you changed the connection setup in step 4, the confirmation message shown below

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Send and pick up mail at the same time This operation is performed from the account/folder list screen, and it sends all mail currently in the Queue folder and picks up all mail waiting on the server... Pick up mail This operation is performed from the account/folder list screen, and it picks up all mail waiting on the server, without sending any mail... Send mail This operation sends all mail currently in the Queue folder only, without picking up any mail... You can also send one particular mail message alone...

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6... A dialog box showing the results of the session appears after the send/receive operation is complete... The actual contents of the dialog box depends on the results of your session...

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To compose a new Mail message 1... Start up Mail and display the account/folder list... 2... Open a folder under the account you want to use to send the message by double-tapping it...

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To delete a message you are editing 1... On the message editing screen, tap Edit L Delete Mail... 2... In response to the confirmation message that appears, tap OK to delete the message or Cancel

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This inputs all of the addresses you checked into the text box at the bottom of the screen... 4... If you want, tap the Cc and/or Bcc buttons and repeat steps 2 and 3 for Cc and Bcc mail

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on the file selection screen and select a card file for attachment... To remove a file you selected for attachment, tap its name on the attached file screen and then

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with the text you input inserted at the cursor position... You can also use the procedure below to save select existing text and save it in phrase memory...

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To insert phrase memory text into Mail body text 1... On the message editing screen, move the cursor the location where you want to input the

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Inputting Schedule Format Data Into a Mail Message You can exchange Calendar data between two BE-300 units by e-mail using a special Calendar format... The following procedure describes how to create a Calendar format mail message to send Calendar data to another BE-300 unit user... See To transfer Calendar format body text of a received mail message to Calendar on page 87 for information about what you need to do after you receive a Calendar format mail message...

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Mail list screen The Mail list screen shows a list of all the mail messages contained in a particular folder (Inbox, Sent Items, or other folder)... Double-tapping a folder on the account/folder list screen opens the folder and displays its Mail list screen...

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Either of the above displays a new message editing screen that contains the text of the original message... Now you can use the procedures under To compose a new Mail message on page 74 to specify the addressee and add body text, if you want...

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To view the contents of an attached file A message that has a file attached to it is indicated by an attachment icon that appears on the message browser screen...

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4... Input a file name and specify the location (main memory or card) where you want to save the file... You must have a storage card inserted in your CASSIOPEIAs slot in order to select card as

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Displaying an HTML Mail Message The message browser screen of HTML format mail messages have an html Mail button... Tapping the html Mail button starts up the Internet program (page 93), and displays the contents of the message in HTML format...

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To add a mail address inside of body text to Contacts 1... Display the hyperlink list for the message that contains the address... 2... Tap the Register in Contacts button...

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Creating Folders and Managing Mail Messages In addition to the four permanent default folders (Inbox, Drafts, Outbox, Sent Items) created by Mail, you can also create your own folders and build a filing system that suits your needs... You can also create folders on a storage card and save mail messages there, which frees up valuable main memory space...

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1... On the Mail account/folder list screen, tap the folder you want to delete... 2... Tap Folder L Delete... 3... In response to the confirmation message that appears, tap Yes to delete the folder or No to

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5... Double-tap the folder to which you want to move the selected messages... As soon as you do, all of the selected mail messages are moved to the destination folder... After the move operation is complete, the display returns to the message selection screen in

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Configuring Mail Program Properties The procedures in this section describe how to use the Mail programs Properties dialog box to create a signature block for outgoing messages, and how to configure other settings for creating, picking up, and displaying mail messages...

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(B) Input the character you want to use as a quote character, which is inserted at the head of each line of original message text that is automatically inserted into your message when you reply to a message (page 82) or forward a message to another recipient (page 82)...

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(B) Use this setting to specify one of three sizes for Mail program display text... This setting controls the body text field of the message editing screen and message browser screen...

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Support for frames Full-screen display of a particular frame 50% reduction of a page display image Web page save to main memory or a storage card for off-line viewing Saving of specific Web page images Bookmarks with arrange function 20-record historical log On-screen manual disconnect/connect button

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(STOP) Button Tap this button to stop loading of a page that is not fully loaded yet... Note that tapping this button does not disconnect you from your server, if you are connected...

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Some Websites place verification information files, called cookies into the memory of computers that access them... If you want to allow Websites to put cookies on your compu- ters hard disk, check the Accept cookies option... Unchecking this option will not allow cookies to be placed on your hard disk, but it can also make it impossible for you to visit certain Websites...

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To terminate a dial-up connection When using a dial-up connection, your CASSIOPEIA automatically dials up your Internet service provider whenever you perform any of the following operations with the Internet program... Whenever you start up the Internet program when the Start Page is a page on the Internet When you input a URL into the address bar and tap the button When you select a bookmark (page 97) for a page that is on the Internet You can also launch the dial-up process manually by tapping the browser screens button... Tapping the browser screens button while connected breaks the connection...

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Using Bookmarks The Internet programs bookmark function lets you save the URLs and titles of pages for future reference... When you need to visit a page again, simply select its bookmark...

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Managing Your Bookmarks You can manage your bookmarks by storing them in folders... This means you can group your bookmarks according to topic, purpose, or any other classification that suits your needs...

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3... Navigate to the folder in which you want to create a new folder... To create a folder inside of an existing folder, double-tap the existing folder to display its

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3... Place check marks into the boxes next to all the bookmarks and folders you want to move... Tapping Edit L Check All checks all the bookmarks and folders... Tapping Edit L

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This displays the bookmark organizer screen... 3... Place check marks into the boxes next to all the bookmarks and folders you want to delete... 4... Tap Edit L Delete... 5... In response to the confirmation message that appears, tap OK to delete the selected bookmarks

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This displays a web page organizer screen... 3... Tap the Main tap or Card tab to select the location of the pages you want to copy... 4... Place a check mark into the boxes next to all of the pages you want to copy... 5... Tap EditL Copy to Card or Copy to Main...

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This displays a web page organizer screen... 3... Place a check mark into the boxes next to all of the pages you want to delete... 4... Tap Edit L Delete... 5... In response to the confirmation message that appears, tap OK to delete the selected pages, or

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4-1 Photo Viewer Photo Viewer is a program you can use to view graphic images on your CASSIOPEIA screen... It includes a thumbnail index screen and a slideshow feature... With an optionally available Digital Camera Card, you can even use your CASSIOPEIA to record images for display using Photo Viewer

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See the separate documentation that comes with the Digital Camera Card for information about adjusting the focus range, rotating the lens, and other Digital Camera Card operations...

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Stop Action Images Stop Action recording lets you record a series of images that effectively break action into a series of segments... The number of images recorded when you press the button depends on the image size, as shown in the table below...

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Using Timer Recording You can set a timer for snapshot and stop action recording so the record operation starts after 10 seconds have passed... To use the timer, tap the button on the control panel... This enables the timer, which is indicated by the timer button changing to ...

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Adjusting Camera Screen Brightness You can use the following procedure to make separate settings for camera screen brightness during battery-powered operation and external AC power operation...

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Select a folder Display the snapshot screen Display the slideshow screen Create, rename, or delete folders Rename, move, or delete files Automatically generate thumbnails on the thumbnail index Create a Mail message with an attached image

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Refreshing a Thumbnail Index You should refresh the thumbnail index when the File Manager screen does not accurately show the image file contents of a folder... The thumbnail index screens show only files for which thumbnails have been generated... Note that thumbnails are not displayed for image files you move to the current thumbnail index screen folder using File Manager (page 135) or some other program... You can make such files appear by performing the thumbnail index refresh operation below...

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You can display the large-size image of a thumbnail using any of the following methods... Double-tap the thumbnail of the image you want to display... Tap the thumbnail of the image you want to display so its name is highlighted, and then tap ... Tap the thumbnail of the image you want to display so its name is highlighted, and then press

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scroll the image to view the parts that do not fit on the screen... Zoom View ... This view enlarges the image to twice its normal size... Full-screen View ... This view rotates the image and adjusts its size so it fits within the screen

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Scrolling Images on the Snapshot Screen Use the following procedure to scroll through images on the snapshot screen, without returning to the list screen... Images are scrolled in the sequence they are listed on the thumbnail index screen...

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Changing to a Different Screen Use the following procedures when you want to change to another screen from the snapshot screen...

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Start the slide show Images appear in the same sequence they are arranged on the thumbnail index screen, for the amount of time you set using the slideshow settings dialog box described on page 116...

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Adjusting Slideshow Screen Brightness You can adjust the screen brightness level of the slideshow screen... Separate settings can be made for operation under battery power and operation under AC adapter power...

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To delete a folder 1... Display the Select Folder dialog box... 2... Tap the folder you want to delete... 3... Tap Delete... 4... In response to the confirmation message that appears, tap OK to delete the folder or Cancel to

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3... Select the folder to which you want to move all the image files, and then tap OK... This moves all the image files displayed on the thumbnail index screen of the folder you

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Users Guide for information about installing programs on your CASSIOPEIA... Movie Player makes it possible for you to play back CASIO original format CMF files on your

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Select a folder Create, rename, or delete folders Rename, move, or delete files Automatically generate thumbnails on the thumbnail index screen Create a Mail message with an attached movie

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Refreshing a Thumbnail Index You should refresh the thumbnail index when the File Manager screen does not accurately show the movie file contents of a folder... The thumbnail index screens show only files for which thumbnails have been generated... Note that thumbnails are not displayed for movie files you move to the current thumbnail index screen folder using File Manager (page 135) or some other program... You can make such files appear by performing the thumbnail index refresh operation below...

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Playing Back Movies On the Movie Player thumbnail index screen, tap the thumbnail of the movie you want to play, and then tap ... This displays the movie playback screen, which you can use to view the movie... You can also use the playback screen to capture still images from a movie...

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... High-speed or slow-speed movie playback in accordance with the settings you make with the procedure under Making Playback Speed and Repeat Settings on page 125... This button is disabled if the movie file does not allow changes in playback speed...

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To capture a still image from a movie 1... Play back the movie that contains the image you want to capture... 2... Stop playback so the image is on the Playback Screen... 3... Use the and buttons to maneuver to the image you want...

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Playback Speed ... Use this list box to select a faster or slower speed for movie playback... The speeds available depend on the type of file you currently have open... The message Disabled appears here if the file you currently have opened does not allow its playback speed to be changed...

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4-3 Music Player Music Player makes it possible for you to play MP3 files on your CASSIOPEIA... Playback can be output through the CASSIOPEIAs headphones plugged into the audio output jack...

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Controlling Playback Using CASSIOPEIA Buttons The following describes the OK button and ESC button operations you can use while the playback screen is on the display...

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Using Background Playback You can set up Music Player so it continues to run and play back music in the background while you are running other programs... A icon in the system tray tells you that Music Player is playing in the background, while the indicates that Music Player is stopped... Tapping or makes Music Player the active program, which allows you to operate its buttons and other controls...

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can find, starting from the smallest one first... If you are using a storage card, Music Player plays back all files in the nand disk first, and then plays back all files on the storage card next...

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3... Input the name you want to assign to the play list into the Play List Name box... 4... In the Total Tracks list, select the files you want to include in your play list... Next, tap the Add

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5-1 Backup The Backup program lets you quickly and easily back up all data (Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Mail data, files, installed programs, setup information) in your CASSIOPEIA main memory data to a storage card... Backed up data can be used to restore your system should it start to malfunction due to some data error...

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NOTE If the backup operation is interrupted or unsuccessful for any reason and there is a previous backup file on the storage card you are using, the previous file remains intact on the card...

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6... Tap Yes to start the restore or No to close the dialog without restoring anything... The Restore in Progress dialog appears while the restore operation is being performed... The message Restore complete! appears on the display after the restore operation is

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Deleting a Backup File You can use the following procedure to delete the backup files you created using Backup... Delete a file when you no longer need it, when you want to free up space on a storage card, etc...

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NOTE Some system files and other hidden files are not displayed by File Manager... In the case of very large files, the file size value may not fit within the space provided for the

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Once you tap the Copy button, the original files remain selected until you perform another copy operation or a cut operation... This means you can make multiple copies of the original file by tapping the Paste button again...

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Device\Nand Disk folder to be deleted... To keep a file or folder from being deleted by the reset operation, store it in the My Device\Nand Disk folder or on a storage card...

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NOTE Use the folder synchronization function when you want to transfer an MP3 file, image, CMF file, or other data file to a Nand disk or storage card... Preset application-specific folder names are used for storage of each type of data file on a Nand disk or storage card... See the sections of this manual that describe each application for information about folder names...

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Tap this button when you want to establish a connection with your computer right now... This button is available only when there is a cable connection between the CASSIOPEIA and computer... You do not need to tap the Connect Now button if the Automatically connects with PC option turned on (checked)...

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7-1 Setup Basics This section describes various hardware, system, and other settings you can make to setup the CASSIOPEIA to meet your specific needs... On the Top Menu, double-tap Settings to display the setup menu shown below...

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Selecting a Setup Menu Item You can use any one of the following methods to select a setup menu item and display the corresponding setup screen... Double-tap the menu item you want... Tap the menu item you want once so it is highlighted, and then tap it again... Use the up and down cursor keys to move the highlighting to the menu item you want, and the

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NOTE The setting you make here does not immediately affect any programs you have running when you change the setting... The color scheme will be applied only after you quit the programs and then restart them... See Memory on page 146 for information about quitting a program...

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Brightness Tab Use this tab to adjust the brightness of the backlight... You can make separate settings for screen brightness under battery operation and AC adaptor operation...

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Auto-Dim Tab You can use this tab to set up the CASSIOPEIA so its screen dims automatically whenever it is left idle for a specific amount of time... This helps to extend battery life...

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Sounds Tab Use this tab to enable and disable the various sounds (alarm sound, screen tap confirmation sound, etc... ) produced by the CASSIOPEIA...

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Power The Power setup screen shows you remaining battery capacity... You can also use it to configure auto power off, which turns off the CASSIOPEIA if it is left idle for a specific amount of time...

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Increasing Available Storage Memory You can free up more storage memory by performing the following steps... Move files from main memory to a storage card... Delete files you no longer need from main memory... You can perform both of these tasks using File Manager... See 5-2 File Manager on page 135 for more information...

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Your CASSIOPEIA uses Decuma Character Recognizer developed by Decuma AB... The Decuma Character Recognizer supports word-by-word, non-cursive handwriting...

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How to write with Character Recognizer Character Recognizer supports word-by-word, non-cursive handwriting... Write word-by-word as you normally would, using the waistline and baseline of the input area... Writing neat characters that clearly ascend and descend along the waistline and baseline area makes them easier to recognize correctly... If you reach the end of the input area, simply continue at the beginning again... This causes the input area to clear automatically...

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The number 0 has to be written with a diagonal stroke, as shown in the Decuma Alphabet Outline below... This will distinguish the number 0 from the letter o... To be able to write -, _ and ~ without any conflicts with the gesture for Space, you have to disable this gesture using Settings...

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Pen gestures You can insert a space or a carriage return, or delete a character by tapping the corresponding button on the Character Recognizer input panel... The same actions can also be performed using gestures... Gestures help you keep your focus on the input area and maintain the natural flow of your handwriting...

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Options You can improve the recognition of your writing by teaching Character Recognizer your handwriting style... Character Recognizer also gives you the opportunity to define your own characters as shortcuts for lengthy text you write frequently...

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You can also use this feature to compensate for frequently misinterpreted characters... Let us presume that the Character Recognizer mistakes your B for a D... Enter Personalize and write the letter B the way you always write it in the box representing the input area... Then write B in the interpretation field... In this way you can avoid a misinterpretation of your handwritten characters...

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If the recognition problem is limited to a few characters, you should begin by looking at the Decuma Alphabet Outlines... Compare the way these characters are written with your own handwriting to determine the problem... Once you determine the cause, you can either adapt your own handwriting to suit Character Recognizer or teach Character Recognizer to recognize your characters... See Personalize for further information...

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Decuma Alphabet Outlines These outlines of written characters serve as a guide of how to form characters for Character Recognizer to recognize... The circles and numbers show where strokes begin and in what order they should be written...

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Punctuation marks and special characters ... , : ; ' " ?

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If you forget your password It is impossible to access any of the data stored in CASSIOPEIA memory without inputting the proper password... If you forget your password, you will have to use the procedure under Restoring Factory Defaults in the Hardware Manual to return the CASSIOPEIA to its initial factory default settings... Note, however, that this also deletes all data stored in CASSIOPEIA memory and all programs you have installed, and also initializes all CASSIOPEIA settings...

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If you run out of CASSIOPEIA memory Memory on your CASSIOPEIA is shared between storage memory and program memory... Storage memory is used to store the information you create and programs you install... Program memory is used to run programs on your CASSIOPEIA... The CASSIOPEIA automatically manages the allocation between storage and program memory... However, in some situations, such as when memory is low, the CASSIOPEIA may not be able to automatically adjust the allocation... If you receive a message stating that storage or program memory is unavailable, try the following solutions...

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Screen is blank If the CASSIOPEIA does not respond when you briefly press the Power button, press and hold the button for a full second... If that does not work, try the following steps, performing the next step only if the one you just performed did not solve the problem... 1... Plug the CASSIOPEIA into AC power... 2... Recharge the battery... 3... Adjust display brightness... While holding down the Power button, press the right or left cursor

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Cable and cradle connection problems The following solutions may help if you encounter problems when connecting to your computer... Ensure the CASSIOPEIA is turned on... If a modem or Ethernet card is inserted into your CASSIOPEIA, remove it... Ensure that you do not have any other active connections... Ensure the cable is securely plugged into the COM port or USB port on your computer... Use the

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