Casio Cassiopeia E-100 Pocket PC User's Guide PDF

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Part 1 Using the Palm-size PC ... 1 Chapter 1 Palm-size PC Basics ... 2 Palm-size PC Buttons ... 2 Touch Screen Operations ... 4 Palm-size PC Programs ... 5 Assigning a Program to a Program Button ... 7 Active Desktop ... 8 Taskbar ... 9 Start Menu ... 10 Command Bar ... 11 Typing and Writing on your Palm-size PC ... 12 Viewing Data ... 14 Customizing Your Palm-size PC ... 15

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Chapter 7 Data Backup and File Transfer ... 89 Backing Up and Restoring Data ... 89 Copying Files ... 90 Installing and Removing Software ... 91 Transferring Data with Infrared ... 93

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Part 4 Reference ... 109 Appendix A Handwritten Character Recognizer ... 109 Input Panel Areas ... 110 Symbols ... 111 Character Writing Help ... 111 Options ... 112 Natural Character Set ... 112 Simplified Uppercase Character Set ... 117

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Welcome Congratulations on your selection of our Palm-size PC... Your new Palm-size PC comes with Microsoft Windows CE preinstalled, which means it can be used in conjunction with a Microsoft Windows based personal computer... You can use the Palm-size PCs powerful software capabilities to take along the latest version of your appointments, contacts, and other data, while using your desktop or laptop for major input and editing work... You can even send and receive e-mail while on the go... Picture yourself in the following situations...

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Holding the stylus on a toolbar button or dialog on the Palm-size PC screen displays context help (which shows the name of the item along with a short explanation)... If you want to clear the context help without performing the operation of the button or tool where the stylus is located, slide the stylus from the button or tool and then lift it from the Palm-size PC screen...

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can access Windows CE Services Help Topics... See the separate Quick Start Guide and Chapter 6 of this Users Guide for information on installing Windows CE Services...

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Introduction to the Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Inbox programs that make up Pocket Outlook... This chapter also explains how to synchronize data with Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Schedule+ running on a desktop computer...

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Pressing a button starts up a program... The first time you start up your Palm-size PC, Voice Recorder, Calendar, Contacts, and Menu are assigned to these buttons automatically... Pressing a program button when power is off turns on power and starts up the software assigned to the button...

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Note Some buttons also perform specific functions within a particular program... In Note Taker, for example, holding down the Exit button and dragging the stylus enters a space... See Palm-size PC online help for each program for information about special button functions... To access online help, tap Start and then Help...

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Drag Hold the stylus against the touch screen as you drag it to another location to perform the operation that is equivalent to dragging on a desktop computer... Lifting the stylus from the touch screen performs a drop...

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Important! To help ensure stable system operations, your Palm-size PC does not like to have too many programs running at the same time... Because of this, programs may be shut down automatically in order to conserve available memory... Be sure to frequently save data to protect against losing it when a program is shut down by the system...

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Connections Establishes a desktop computer or Internet connection over a cable or dial-up connection...

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Assigning a Program to a Program Button The first time you start up Palm-size PC, Voice Recorder, Calendar, Contacts, and Menu are assigned to the program buttons automatically...

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Active Desktop You can use the Active Desktop to display important data, upcoming appointments and tasks... Think of the Active Desktop as the cover for your Palm-size PC...

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Lists on page 129 for more information about icons... Messages also appear on the screen to warn you when battery power is low... You can

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3 Settings Menu ... Tap here to display a sub-menu of Palm-size PC settings... See Customizing Your Palm-size PC on page 15...

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Command Bar The appearance of the command bar at the top of the Palm-size PC screen depends on what program you are currently using... The following explanation describes the Calendar command bar, which you can display by tapping Start and then Calendar...

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You can use the stylus to draw graphics on the screen for input into Note Taker, and for notes you attach to entries in Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks... You get the option of entering text by typing with the on-screen keyboard or by handwriting using the Palm-size PCs built-in character recognizer... These options are available for any program you run on our Palm-size PC...

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Writing Using the Character Recognizer Your Palm-size PC comes with CIC JotTM character recognition software that lets you write characters by hand... To hand-write using the character recognizer, tap the Input Method arrow and select Jot Character Recognizer... Now when you write a letter in the box at the bottom of the screen with the stylus, the handwritten character is converted to typed text that appears on the screen...

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Viewing Data Most of the pre-installed programs provide a list view that shows the items or files stored with a program... You can select a particular item or file in the list view and change to a detailed view of its contents...

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Customizing Your Palm-size PC You can tailor the settings of your Palm-size PC to suit your particular needs... Tap Start and Settings, and then tap the setting you want to change in the menu that appears...

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Communications For specifying a device name (the name that connected devices use to recognize your Palm-size PC), and for making settings for connection to a desktop computer...

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Regional Settings For specifying the number system, currency, date, date and time formats and other settings for your region...

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Recording a Message with Voice Recorder Voice Recorder is the easiest way to enter data into your Palm-size PC... Simply hold the Palm-size PC up to your mouth and speak into the microphone... The voice recorder button is positioned for easy access while the Palm-size PC is being held in your hand...

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Note If you already have contact data on your desktop computer, you can use the procedures described in Part 2 of this Users Guide to download it to your Palm-size PC...

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To move between fields, either press the Action control and the right cursor button at the same time, or use the stylus to tap the field you want to jump to...

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Creating a Calendar Appointment Your Palm-size PCs Calendar program is just the thing for keeping track of appointments, meetings, and other important events...

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3... Tap the date of the appointment in the calendar, tap the line that corresponds to the time of appointment, and then tap the New button to display the dialog for entering a new Calendar appointment...

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Important! Windows CE 2... 11 counts the week that contains the January 1 as the first week of each year...

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To assign a category to a task 1... On the task list, double-tap the task to which you want to assign a category... This displays a dialog that shows the details of the task...

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Tap here to display a menu of categories... Only the tasks that are assigned the currently selected category are shown in the task list... Selecting All Items shows all items, regardless of category...

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If this is your first Note Taker note, the above step displays a blank input screen... If you already have Note Taker notes stored in memory, a list of notes appears first, and you have to tap to display the input screen...

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Note Taker automatically names your note using the first characters of text in the note... To change the name or to move your note to a particular folder, highlight the note in the list... Next tap File and then Properties... Use the dialog that appears to make the changes you want...

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To draw graphics in a note Use the stylus to draw graphics on the screen, just as you would with a pencil and paper... If your figure extends across more than three horizontal lines, it is surrounded by a dotted-line frame, which identifies it as a graphic...

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This is the Active Desktop... The initial default contents for the Active Desktop are owner data, upcoming appointments (from Calendar), and active tasks (from Tasks)...

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To change the contents of the Active Desktop, tap Start, Settings, and then Display... On the dialog that appears, tap the Desktop tab and then select the items you want to include on the Active Desktop...

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Using Voice Recorder Voice Recorder lets you record your voice with the touch of a button for later playback when you need it... You can perform record and playback operations one-handed, which means you can operate Voice Recorder while doing something else...

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To select data for playback On the recording list, use the Action control to move the highlighting to the recording you want to play back...

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To fast-forward during playback While playback is in progress, rotate and hold the Action control downwards to fast forward... Normal playback resumes from the point where you release the Action control...

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This K mark appears next to the name of the column on which the file list is sorted... Each tap of a column header toggles the sort order between ascending K and descending L... You can specify which file attributes you want to appear in the file list... Tap Tools and then Options... Next tap the Columns tab...

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Recording Formats Voice Recorder normally records data in TrueSpeech, which requires a relatively small file... A 10-second TrueSpeech recording uses only about 10 Kbytes of memory, but with quality that is quite sufficient for normal human speech... When higher quality recording is required, you can change to PCM format by tapping Tools and then Recording Format... Tap the Format L button and select PCM from the list that appears... PCM recordings are saved as ... wav files, which can be uploaded to a desktop computer for playback, editing, and archiving...

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To increase the size of the data storage area in Palm-size PC memory If you keep getting memory low messages while using Voice Recorder, try using the following procedure to increase the amount of Palm-size PC memory available for data storage...

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You can enter text into a note by typing with the on-screen keyboard or with the character recognizer... See Chapter 1 of this Users Guide for more information about entering text using these methods... Note Taker also lets you enter freehand graphics and letters by drawing directly on the screen...

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If your figure extends across more than three horizontal lines, it is surrounded by a dotted-line frame, which identifies it as a graphic...

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You can edit text you entered using the keyboard or the character recognizer, and you can also edit freehand graphics and letters... To select text or a figure for editing, hide the input panel, tap the Select button, and then drag the stylus over the text or figure...

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Each Note Taker note is a separate file saved in Note Taker (... pwi) format, which synchronizes with Microsoft Word files as described under How Data is Synchronized on page 82... You can also save a note in Rich Text (... rtf) or text only (... txt) format, but doing so causes all freehand letters and graphics to be lost...

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The easiest way to keep track of your notes is to give them easy-to-understand names and store them in folders... For example, you could create a folder named Project A and place all relevant notes in that folder... Selecting a folder in the note list causes all its notes to appear in the list...

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Pocket Outlook Microsoft Pocket Outlook programs are Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Inbox... Using Windows CE Services, data from Calendar, Contacts and Tasks can be synchronized with Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Schedule+7... 0a and Microsoft Exchange running on a desktop computer... See Chapter 6 of this Users Guide for more information about Using Windows CE Services to synchronize data...

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Note You can display a new appointment card by holding down the Calendar program button ( ) on the front of your Palm-size PC for a few seconds...

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Scheduling a Meeting You can use Calendar to set up meetings with desktop computer users of Outlook or Schedule+, or with others who are using Pocket Outlook on a Palm-size PC... First, create a meeting appointment in Calendar, specifying who you think should attend and the location... Note that the e-mail addresses of attendees need to be already registered in Contacts... Inbox automatically creates a meeting announcement and sends it to the applicable

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Tasks: Keeping Track of Things You Need to Do Use Tasks to keep track of things you need to do... You can check a task after you complete it, and overdue tasks appear in bold... You can assign a priority and categories to each task, and even set an alarm to remind of particularly importing tasks... Tasks also are shown in the Active Window and in the Calendars Agenda view...

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Note All tasks must have a Due date specified... You cannot create a task with a Starts date only...

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Inbox: Sending and Receiving E-mail You can use Inbox to send and receive e-mail using either of the following two methods... You can synchronize incoming and outgoing messages with Microsoft Exchange or

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Messages in the Outbox folder on your Palm-size PC are transferred to the Outbox folder on your desktop computer... These messages are then sent with the next e-mail send operation from Exchange or Outlook on your desktop computer... Features available on your desktop computer, such as scheduling meetings and selective downloading of attachments are also available on your Palm-size PC...

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Installing Windows CE Services on your desktop computer adds the Windows CE Inbox Transfer command to the Exchange and Outlook Tools menu... You can use this command to copy or move specific messages between Exchange or Outlook and your Palm-size PC... Messages can be moved into the Inbox or into specific folders... Note that messages moved with Windows CE Inbox Transfer are not linked, so you can modify or delete them on one location without affecting the messages in the other location... You can also use this method to move messages to your desktop computer that you received on your Palm-size PC from other services...

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Using a New Dial-Up Connection A dial-up connection is just what its name implies, you dial a number over a telephone line and connect to a computer at the other end... Note the following important points concerning a dial-up connection... You must set up an e-mail account with a local service provider in order to send and

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Tapping Next in place of Finish in step 7 displays a dialog for making other settings that control connection to your mail server and e-mail send and receive... See Palm- size PC online help for more information about these settings...

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Selecting a Service If you have more than one service registered on your Palm-size PC, you should always check to make sure the proper one is selected before you create a new mail message or before you send and receive mail... In Inbox on your Palm-size PC, tap Service and tap the name of the service you want to use...

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Reading Received Messages Messages received from your mail service provider are picked up and placed in the Inbox whenever you use Inbox to log into your providers server... The following shows the typical appearance of the Inbox after mail is received...

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Note You can use Service, Properties to specify whether or not the connector should be terminated automatically following a mail send or receive operation... See online help for more information...

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You can create an e-mail message either by writing a new one from scratch, or by replying to a message you received from someone else...

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Replying to a Message Display the received message or select its name in the Inbox... Next, tap and then tap Reply to Sender...

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In addition to synchronizing data between your Palm-size PC and desktop computer, Windows CE Services also lets you back up your Palm-size PC data on your desktop computer and exchange individual files if you want... You also use Windows CE Services when you want to install programs into Palm-size PC RAM... This chapter tells you how to do all this, plus how to use infrared to exchange data with another Palm-size PC or other Windows CE device...

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Dial-Up Connections A dial-up connection is any connection that enables communications between a Palm-size PC and a remote computer using telephone lines and a modem... Once the connection is established, you can send and receive e-mail, or even synchronize data when connected to your desktop computer... This chapter explains how to make the required settings for a dial-up connection... It also contains information about the types of computers you can connect to with a dial- up connection...

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This configuration lets you dial up the server at your company... Your companys network must be configured to allow external dial-in for you to be able to use this configuration... Once connected, you can send and receive e-mail to addresses on the network... The telephone number and any other information you need to set up your Palm-size PC for this type of connection should be provided by the system administrator of the corporate network...

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Palm-size PC Dial-Up Connection Settings Use Windows CE Remote Networking to make the setting for dial-up connections... Before you start making settings, do the following... 1... Make sure you have the following information on hand... The phone number you need to dial Name servers information (primary DNS) Baud rate and other connection information

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To make Palm-size PC dial-up connection settings 1... On the Start menu, tap Programs, Communication, and then Connections...

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3... Enter a name for the connection, select Dial-Up Connection, and then tap Next to advance to the Make New Dial-Up Connection dialog...

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The default setting here is 120 seconds... Depending on the modem card you are using, you may have need to change this setting... See the ReadMe file on the Windows CE CD-ROM that comes with your Palm-size PC for more information...

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8... After making the TCP/IP Settings you want, tap OK to close the dialog and return to the New Dial-Up Connection dialog... Then tap Next...

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Note You have to use the above procedure to create a connection for each remote server (service provider, corporate network, or desktop computer) you plan to dial up...

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You can set up properties for each dialing location from which you dial... Then before you need to dial a number, simply select the dialing location you want, and dialing is performed with all the necessary prefixes...

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Internet Service Provider or Corporate Network The server must be running for a connection to be made... Systems are sometimes down due to periodic maintenance or unforeseen problems... Your service provider or network administrator should be able to keep you informed of regularly scheduled system maintenance... If the telephone number is busy when you dial, wait awhile and try again...

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Establishing a Dial-Up Connection After making all the required settings, you are ready to try establishing a dial-up connection with your Palm-size PC...

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3... Check to make sure that the phone number is correct... If the phone number is not correct, refer to the procedure under To make Palm-size

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Note You can also establish a dial-up connection directly from Inbox... See How Mail is Sent and Received by Inbox on page 52 for more information...

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3... Check to make sure that the phone number is correct... If the phone number is not correct, refer to the procedure under To make Palm-size

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Even if you plan to use an infrared connection for communication, you still need to connect to your computer using a cable during the setup procedure... See Windows CE Services online help for more information on synchronizing over an infrared connection...

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If your desktop computer is running Windows NT with a service pack, you will be informed during the set up that you may need to reinstall the service pack... Try connecting first... If you are not successful, reinstall the service pack...

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The dialog shown below appears after your computer restarts... With some computers, you may not need to restart... In such a case, click Next to

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If the message Cannot find Palm-size PC appears, click Cancel to quit this procedure, and make the required communication settings manually as described under Changing Communications Settings on page 79...

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Use this dialog to specify what data you want synchronized... Note that you later can change the settings you make in steps 7 and 8 using the

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The Windows CE CD-ROM contains an optional infrared communication driver component... You must install this component on your desktop computer if you want to communicate with your Palm-size PC over an infrared connection... See Windows CE Services online help for more information about installation and setup...

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To display the Mobile Devices Window, click the shortcut icon that is created automatically during installation... You can also display it by clicking Start, pointing to Programs, point to Microsoft Windows CE Services, and then clicking Mobile Devices...

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Use the procedure described here to make communications settings manually when Windows CE Services cannot detect your Palm-size PC during installation or when you want to set up for infrared synchronization... Note the following points before changing communications settings... Verify that the correct communications port is selected on your desktop computer

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Synchronization Synchronizing between your Palm-size PC and desktop computer updates data so both have the latest version... Note that you have to install Windows CE Services on your desktop computer before you can perform synchronization... Synchronization does the following... Any additions to or modifications of data you make on one computer are

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Next, to actually start synchronization, click the Tools menu on the Mobile Devices window and then click Synchronize Now... The progress of the synchronization is indicated in the lower right of the Mobile Devices window...

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This section is an overview of how data is synchronized between your Palm-size PC and desktop computer... For more information about synchronizing for specific items, see Windows CE Services online help... Under initial default settings, only Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks data is synchronized... You can change what is synchronized using the procedure under Changing ActiveSync Options Settings on page 85...

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Files Voice Recorder, Note Taker file, and other files you create are stored on your Palm-size PC in a folder named My Documents... You can view these files from your desktop computer by double-clicking the icon for your Palm-size PC in the Mobile Devices window... If file synchronization is enabled (Changing ActiveSync Options Settings page 85), Palm-size PC files are automatically synchronized with files in the folder named <Palm- size PC> My Documents on your desktop computer... The text <Palm-size PC> in the actual folder name will be the same as your Palm-size PC name... The name of a folder for a Palm-size PC named mypc for example, would be mypc My Documents... The location of this folder depends on your desktop computers operating system...

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Synchronization conflicts occur when a previously synchronized item, such as an appointment or task, has been modified on both the desktop computer and Palm-size PC... You can set up Mobile Devices for either manual or automatic resolution of synchronization conflicts...

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Click here to display a dialog for making additional settings for the item selected in the Synchronization Services list...

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See Windows CE Services online help for more information about settings you can make with the options dialogs... Clicking the [?] button in the upper right corner of the dialog changes the cursor to a question mark... Clicking a setting in the dialog with the question mark cursor displays an explanation about that setting...

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Using Channels A channel is a Web site or other Web-formatted content that is available for offline viewing on your Palm-size PC... Channels help you to keep informed with the latest news, stock quotes, movie schedules, and more while on the go... Once you subscribe to a channel from your desktop computer, information is updated on your computer, as it becomes available... Then when you synchronize, the latest information is automatically transferred to your Palm-size PC for viewing...

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You must enable Channel information synchronization for it to work... In the Mobile Devices window of Windows CE Services, click Tools and then ActiveSync Options... In the dialog that appears, put a checkmark next to Channel Item... When you synchronize using the procedure under Synchronization on page 80, Channel information is copied to your Palm-size PC from your desktop computer... You can view Channel information using Channels or your Active Desktop... See Using Channels on page 87 for more information...

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Backing Up and Restoring Data It is a good idea to use Windows CE Services to regularly back up your Palm-size PC data on your desktop computer... If your Palm-size PC data is ever corrupted or lost, you can restore the data from the backup file on your desktop computer... A backup file contains all the files, Pocket Outlook data, and RAM-based programs that are in Palm-size PC memory...

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4... Now you can drag and drop files between your desktop computer and the My Documents folder...

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Installing and Removing Software You can install any program designed to run under the Microsoft Windows CE Operating System (Windows CE)... Normally, you run the programs installer on your desktop computer to install the program on the Palm-size PC... If the program does not have an installer, use the copy procedure below to copy it manually to the Palm-size PC... Note, however, that you should carefully read the documentation that comes with the software you are installing for information about how to install it...

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Note Some programs may not run correctly after being installed using the above procedure... Be sure to read all documentation and any ReadMe files that come with the program for information about what you need to do to install it correctly...

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Transferring Data with Infrared Your Palm-size PC has an infrared port that you can use to exchange information with another Windows CE device... In Contacts, for example, you can send up to 25 cards at a time to another Windows CE device... In Voice Recorder and Note Taker, you can send individual files or notes...

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2... On the sending unit, start up the program that contains the data you want to send... Select the items you want to send, and then tap File, Send To, and then Infrared Recipient...

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Menu also lets you create submenus and assign them to main menu buttons... Tapping a submenu button opens the submenu, which contains six more application and file buttons... This means you can group your applications and files to make your Palm-size PC operations more organized and efficient...

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To start up Menu using the program button Press the program button to start up Menu and display is initial screen... If your Palm-size PC is turned off, pressing the program button also turns on

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You can also use Action control to perform the following main menu and submenu button operations... On the main menu, rotate the Action control downwards once to select the button in

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Use the following procedures to assign applications, files, and submenus to main menu buttons, and to edit and delete current button assignments... All of these operations are performed using the Button Selection Screen...

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Note Double-tapping a submenu button in step 2 of the above procedure displays the Submenu Settings dialog... See Submenu Buttons on page 100 for information about using this dialog...

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assigning applications to the buttons inside the submenu, see To assign applications to buttons inside submenus on page 101 for information about how to do this...

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To assign applications to buttons inside submenus The procedures you should use to assign applications to, change settings of, delete, and move settings of buttons on a submenu are the same as those for the main menu buttons... Note the following points, however, when working with submenu buttons... You cannot create a submenu inside of another submenu... You can move applications between the main menu and submenus using cut and

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Description Displays the New dialog... Displays the Define dialog... When a submenu button is selected, displays the submenu button selection screen... Deletes the settings of the selected button... Cuts the settings of the selected button and stores them on the clipboard... Pastes the settings on the clipboard to the selected button...

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Depending on the volume of data you are backing up (or restoring), the backup operation can take anywhere from about 10 seconds to a number of minutes... To back up 4MB of data, for example takes three or four minutes... To check how much data is on your system, tap Start, Settings, and then System... On the dialog that appears, tap the Memory tab... The value under Storage memory indicates how much data is stored in memory... See Palm-size PC online help for more information...

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If main battery or backup battery power is low when you start a backup or restore operation, a warning message appears and the backup or restore operation is cancelled... Before starting a backup or restore operation, charge the battery pack or load new batteries...

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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 memory card you are using, the previous file remains intact on the card...

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To return Palm-size PC to the exact status it was when you backed up the data, perform a full reset before restoring the data... See the separate Hardware Manual for information about the full reset...

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4... Tap Start, Programs, Utility, and then Card Backup... This starts up Card Backup Tool and causes the dialog shown below to appear...

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

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The CIC Jot character recognition software built into your Palm-size PC provides a quick and easy-to-use method for entering text in any program... Simply write each character on the input panel, and it is translated into typed text and displayed on the screen...

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You can also write punctuation and editing marks, and add or delete spaces in either of the letter areas (abc or ABC) of the input area... To add a space, for example, draw a horizontal line from left to right... To backspace, draw a line from right to left... See the tables starting from page 112 for more information...

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Character Writing Help The character recognizer software recognizes a number of alternate ways of writing a character... If you are having a problem with a particular character, you can use Help to see an animated demonstration of how to write it...

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Natural Character Set The tables in this section show how to write Natural Character Set letters, numbers, punctuation marks, editing marks, and symbols... Alternative writing methods are shown for each character... A dot indicates where a stroke begins, and a stroke that does not have a dot can be written in either direction... Stroke sequence is numbered where appropriate...

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Letter Stroke Options Letter Stroke Options

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Number Stroke Options Number Stroke Options

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Write the letter in the letter area and the accent in the number area...

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Symbol Stroke Options Symbol Stroke Options Symbol Stroke Options

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The tables in this section show how to write Simplified Uppercase Character Set letters, numbers, punctuation marks, editing marks, and symbols... Alternative writing methods are shown for each character... A dot indicates where a stroke begins, and a stroke that does not have a dot can be written in either direction... Stroke sequence is numbered where appropriate...

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Letter Stroke Options Letter Stroke Options Letter Stroke Options

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Number Stroke Options Number Stroke Options

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Use the punctuation area (punct) of the symbol panel to enter punctuation marks...

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Symbol Stroke Options Symbol Stroke Options Symbol Stroke Options

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Symbol Stroke Options Symbol Stroke Options Symbol Stroke Options

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Turn off sounds you dont need... Under initial default settings, your Palm-size PC emits sounds for various events, such as warnings, the arrival of appointment times, screen taps, and button presses... You can conserve battery power by turning off sounds you dont need... Tap Start, Settings, and then Volume & Sounds... On the dialog that appears, make the settings you want...

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Charge batteries as soon as possible after the low battery warning appears... Charge the main batteries as soon as possible after appears in the Taskbar to warn you that main battery power is running low... Continued use while main battery power is low runs down the backup battery... When appears in the Taskbar, replace the backup battery as soon as possible... Remember that you must keep batteries fresh to protect against loss of data in Palm- size PC memory... See Appendix C on page 129 for more information about the battery icons that appear in the Taskbar...

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Back up data to protect against accidental loss... You can back up your Palm-size PC data on your desktop computer, which provides you with a means to recover if Palm-size PC data is corrupted or accidentally deleted... Periodic backups using Windows CE Services are strongly recommended to protect your important data... For more information, see Chapter 7 of this Users Guide...

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Note the following whenever you are having problems communicating with another Windows CE device using infrared... Transfer only one file at a time or no more than 25 Contacts cards at a time... Align the infrared ports so they are facing directly at each other, and are no more

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Stylus operations do not produce the desired results... Recalibrate the touch screen, press Action while holding down the Power button (or tap Start, Settings, and then Stylus)... On the dialog that appears, tap the Recalibrate button and follow the instructions that appear on the screen...

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If the above procedures do not correct your problem, you probably have to perform a full reset, which deletes all the data in Palm-size PC memory... After performing a full reset, you will have to re-install programs and re-input your data... See the separate Hardware Manual for more information about full reset...

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The lists in this appendix explain the meanings of the icons that appear in the status area of your Palm-size PC screen Taskbar...

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Synchronization Icons The icons listed below appear in the status area of your desktop computers Taskbar while your Palm-size PC is connected to your desktop computer...

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communications port 75 Connect 70 Connections 6 Contacts 6, 42, 44 Corporate Network 59 cradle 74 Cursor Button 3 Customizing 15

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M mail service 50 Menu 6, 95 menu bar 11 microphone 18 Microsoft 42 Microsoft Exchange 42 Microsoft Outlook 42 Microsoft Pocket Outlook 42 Microsoft Schedule+ 42 Mobile Devices 78 Mobile Devices Window 78 Mobile Voice 36 modem card 126

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