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DPT-S1

Digital Paper System User Guide Software Version 1.5.50

Table of Contents

Getting Started

New Features and Functions .......................... 5

New Functions in Ver.1.5.50 ...................... 5 Main Function Improvements

in Ver.1.5.50 ............................................ 5 New Functions from Ver.1.3....................... 5 Main Function Improvements

from Ver.1.3 ............................................ 6

Welcome!......................................................... 7 Features of the Digital Paper Device.......... 7 About this User Guide................................. 7

Battery ............................................................ 8 Charging the Digital Paper Device ............ 8 Maximizing Battery Life ............................ 10

Power On/Off ................................................ 10 Turning the Power On/Off (Shutdown).... 10

Parts and Controls ......................................... 12 Overview ................................................... 12 Buttons...................................................... 13 Stylus ......................................................... 13 microSD Card Slot ..................................... 14 Digital Paper Device Security ................... 14

Basic Operations

Touchscreen Operations ............................... 16

[Home] Screen ............................................... 17 [Home] Screen and Applications.............. 17

On-Screen Keyboard .................................... 20

Transferring Documents (PDF)

Transferring Documents (PDF) from a Computer....................................................... 21

Transferring Documents (PDF) to the Computer....................................................... 22

Browsing Document Lists

Document Lists.............................................. 23

Browsing Document List Pages................ 23 Tools ......................................................... 24 Browsing in Document View and Folder

View ...................................................... 24 Displaying a Document Thumbnail ......... 24 Finding a Document with a Keyword...... 24

Option Menu in Document Lists.................... 25 Sending Documents to Network Drive.... 26 Opening Multiple Documents

Simultaneously...................................... 27 Deleting Multiple Documents

Simultaneously..................................... 28 Creating a New Folder ............................. 29 Option Menu for the Selected Documents

and Folders........................................... 29

Reading

Reading Documents..................................... 30

Opening a Document .............................. 30 Turning a Page......................................... 30 Turning Pages Continuously ................... 30 Changing the Page Turn Preference ........ 31 Navigating Pages...................................... 31 Using the Page Control Box...................... 32 Thumbnail View ........................................ 33 Zooming in the Display............................ 34 Operating Tabs ......................................... 35 Setting the Bookmark to On/Off ............. 36 Searching Pages by Keyword ................... 37 Using Menu Items.................................... 38

Using the [Workspace] Application............... 38 Registering a Workspace......................... 38 Opening a Workspace ............................. 39 Saving a Workspace................................. 39 Deleting/Renaming a Workspace ........... 40

Writing

Handwriting/Annotating the Document....... 41

Using the Toolbar...................................... 41 Handwriting a Note on a Page ................ 42

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Moving/Copying/Pasting/Cutting .......... 43 Highlighting Words on a Page ................ 44 Using the Eraser ....................................... 45 Undoing/Redoing the Previous

Operation ............................................. 46 Disabling Gestures................................... 46 Adding a Sticky Note (Handwriting) ........ 46 Adding a Sticky Note (Text) to a Page...... 47 Displaying Annotation List ...................... 48

Annotation Settings ...................................... 51 Limit Editing Annotations ......................... 51 Configuring the Pen Button Settings ....... 51 Set Pen Grip Style ..................................... 51 Performing Advanced Calibration ............ 52

Using PDF Forms ........................................... 53

Using the [Note] Application ........................ 54 Creating a New Note................................ 54 Changing Filename of a Note................... 55 Inserting a New Page to the Last Page of

Note ....................................................... 55 Inserting a Page in the Middle of the

Note ....................................................... 55 Deleting a Note Page............................... 56 Setting the Notebook Template.............. 56 Adding Notebook Template .................... 56 Selecting the Destination to Save the Note

(Synchronization with Server) .............. 56

Using Screen Transfer.................................... 57

Network

Setting up a Wi-Fi Network......................... 58

Preparing to Set Up a Wi-Fi Connection ........................................... 58

Selecting a Connection Type ................... 58

Using the Network Drive .............................. 64 Setting the Network Drive ....................... 64 Synchronizing the Digital Paper Device with

the Network Drive ................................ 65 Opening a Synchronized Document in the

Digital Paper Device............................. 66 Deleting a Synchronized Document ....... 66 Using Menu Items.................................... 66

Browser ......................................................... 67

Browsing the Web .................................... 67 Zooming in on the Web............................ 67 Downloading............................................. 67 Using Multiple Windows.......................... 68 Bookmarks and History............................ 68 Browser Settings ...................................... 69 Using Menu Items.................................... 70

Using ShareFile.............................................. 71 Enabling ShareFile .................................... 71 Using the ShareFile Application ............... 71

Settings

Changing the Settings................................... 72

Changing the Settings .............................. 72 General Setting ......................................... 72 Wireless Network Settings........................ 72 Server Settings .......................................... 72 Application Preferences ........................... 73 Date & Time Settings ................................ 73 System Management................................ 74 Initialization............................................... 74 About......................................................... 75 Device Shutdown...................................... 75

Other Information

Troubleshooting............................................ 76

Troubleshooting Tips................................ 76 Re-attaching the Stylus Holder ................ 76 Replacing the Tip ...................................... 76 Digital Paper Device.................................. 77 Wireless Connectivity................................ 78 Reading Documents ................................. 79 Connecting to Your Computer ................ 80 microSD Card ........................................... 80

Precautions.................................................... 81 Safety Information .................................... 81 Applications on the Digital Paper

Device ................................................... 82 Notes on microSD Cards .......................... 84

Legal Notice................................................... 85

Appendix ...................................................... 86 Specifications ........................................... 86 Supported File Types ................................ 87

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System Requirements.............................. 88

Limited Warranty and Service ...................... 89 Limited Warranty ..................................... 89 Service ...................................................... 89

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New Features and Functions

New Functions in Ver.1.5.50 In Ver.1.5.50, the functions below are added.

Added thumbnail view 2-page view is added to the Thumbnail view (page 33).

Using ShareFile You can use the ShareFile application on the Digital Paper device (page 71).

Additional thick line function for stylus An additional thick line has been added to the stylus in handwriting mode (page 42).

Adjusting the size of eraser Allows you to change the size of the eraser (page 45).

Navigating pages while zoomed in You can move to another page even while the display is zoomed in (page 34).

Navigating and Moving/Copying/Pasting/ Cutting handwriting annotations You can move/copy/paste/cut handwriting annotations and navigate using the stylus (page 43).

Changing the file name of a document/ note You can rename a document or note which is open in the device (page 38, 55).

Save destination for notes You can specify a network drive folder as the save destination for new notes when using network drive (page 73).

Selecting a note template Allows you to quickly select a different template when creating a new note. You can quickly create a new note when the template format is selected (page 54).

Main Function Improvements in Ver.1.5.50

Stylus support for PDF form You can enter data into PDF forms using the stylus (page 53).

Proxy server settings You can set a proxy server for each wireless LAN router (page 62).

Time Server (NTP Server) Support Allows you to synchronize the clock using a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server (page 73).

Improved pen selection menu The menu to select the line color and line thickness is easier to understand (page 42).

Advanced Calibration Advanced Calibration for pen tip position is improved (page 52).

Device buttons disabled (handwriting) The (Back), (Home), (Menu), (Power) buttons on the device are disabled when handwriting on the screen using the stylus (page 42).

New Functions from Ver.1.3 In Ver.1.3, the functions below are added.

Toolbar You can display the toolbar at all times outside the document (page 31).

Getting Started

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The toolbar is displayed at the left side of the screen by default. You can change the toolbar position to the right side to suit your preference (page 73). You can tap [Hide Toolbar] to hide the toolbar while you concentrate on reading (page 30).

Stylus button modes The stylus button can be set to three possible modes: Highlight active, Eraser active, Button inactive (handwriting only) (page 45).

Handwriting while zoomed in You can handwrite while the display is zoomed in (page 34).

Undo/redo function The undo/redo icons are added on the toolbar. You can undo/redo the previous operation such as handwriting or erasing (page 42).

Disabling Gestures This function prevents you from accidentally turning pages, zooming in, etc., by touching the screen with your sleeve or hand while handwriting (page 46).

Creating notes within folders You can create a new note by tapping [Create new note under current folder] in the document folder view (page 54).

Inserting (adding)/deleting pages You can insert a new page (page 55) or delete the current page (page 56) in a Note.

Selecting note template You can select a template or use your favorite PDF file as a template (page 56).

Preventing other people from deleting annotations You can prevent annotations (writing, sticky notes, highlighting, bookmarks, etc.) from being edited or deleted by another person (page 51).

Duplicating a file You can duplicate a file on the Document or Note list screens (page 29).

Creating/deleting a folder You can create/delete a folder (page 25).

Tab List The Tab List can be displayed by tapping the Tab List icon on the toolbar of an opened document (page 35).

Strengthening the device lock password You can enter between 1 and 20 alphanumeric characters and symbols as your device lock password (page 14).

Internal memory encryption You can secure your content further by choosing to encrypt the internal memory. When internal memory encryption is enabled, you must enter your memory encryption password after each restart (page 15).

PDF form support You can enter data using various PDF Form elements (page 53).

Main Function Improvements from Ver.1.3

Navigating pages The page navigation icons and the page indicator stay on the toolbar. You can move to another page easily (page 31).

Orientation By tapping the orientation icon on the toolbar, you can rotate the screen easily (page 31).

Improvement of the red pen display Lines are immediately displayed in gray after being drawn with the red pen (page 42).

Displaying the remaining battery When the charge/battery status icon turns into , a screen indicating that the battery level is too low appears (page 9).

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Welcome!

Features of the Digital Paper Device

Wide, slim and lightweight e-paper screen

The flexible e-paper screen provides a large A4-size yet lightweight display.

Supplied dedicated stylus for small letter writing

The electromagnetic induction-type stylus enables easy writing of small characters.

Hybrid touchscreen for writing with your finger or supplied stylus

The optical and electromagnetic induction touchscreen allows you to flip through pages or operate menus with a finger, as well as write characters or draw pictures with the supplied stylus.

Carry thousands of personal documents anywhere you go

You can carry a large number of PDF files: easily transferred from your computer to the Digital Paper device. The internal memory of the Digital Paper device can store about 2,800 files*. The Digital Paper device supports microSD memory cards of up to 32 GB to further increase data storage capacity.

* Based on 1 MB one file

Writing/drawing like that of a digital notebook

You can use the supplied stylus to hand write notes or draw pictures with fine lines in a document. You can also highlight words and add bookmarks or sticky notes (handwritten or typed). You can select a folder and template when creating a new note.

Digital Paper device lock

You can lock the Digital Paper device with a password of up to 20 alphanumeric characters. Documents cannot be read without inputting the device lock password, even if the Digital Paper device is turned on.

High speed visual search by changing page view

By displaying 2, 4, or 9 pages in one screen, you can search through many pages visually at high speed. An annotation icon is displayed on the pages that contain any kind of annotation, including sticky notes (handwritten or typed). Moreover, by moving your finger in the direction to turn a page, then holding it, you can flip pages at high speed.

Easy file transfer between the Digital Paper device and a computer via USB connection

By connecting the Digital Paper device to your computer with a USB cable, you can transfer files easily. Annotations on the Digital Paper device are embedded in a PDF file, and can be read and edited on your computer.

Synchronization with a network drive via Wi-Fi connection

You can access a specific network drive, and then synchronize documents on the Digital Paper device with documents on the network drive.

About this User Guide Please read the Quick Start Guide in this package and the Basic Operation Guide in the Digital Paper device to help you get started. This User Guide provides detailed instructions on the operation of your Digital Paper device.

Note

Screenshots in the User Guide may depict screens different from the device.

Names of persons and documents in this guide are provided as examples only, and do not in any way represent any specific person or existing document.

Searching for a specific topic in this User Guide Use the [Table of Contents] feature of your Digital Paper device to search for topics, and then tap a topic to jump to it. While viewing this User Guide on your device, press the (Menu) button tap [Table of Contents] to view the Table of Contents.

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Jumping to a linked section in this User Guide Tap the link indicated with a dotted underlined section title or # to jump to the page indicated. To return to the page you were previously viewing, tap [Go Back to Previous Page] in the page control box (page 32).

Battery

Charging the Digital Paper Device The charge/battery status icon at the right side of the status bar shows the battery level (page 9). When the battery level becomes low, select either one of the methods below to charge the device.

Micro USB connector

Charge indicator

Charging via an AC outlet

1 Connect one end of the supplied USB cable to the micro USB connector of your device, and the other end to the supplied AC adapter.

2 Connect the AC adapter to an AC outlet.

The icon turns into and the Charge indicator will light up red while charging. When charging is complete, the icon turns into and the indicator turns off.

AC outlet

AC adapter

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Note

Charge the device within the recommended temperature range of 5 C to 35 C (41 F to 95 F). If the room is too hot or cold, disconnect the USB cable from the device, adjust room temperature accordingly, then reconnect the USB cable to charge the device.

Tip It takes approximately 2.5 hours to fully charge the

device when the battery is drained.

Charging via your computer

1 Power on your computer.

2 Connect the Digital Paper device to your computer with the supplied USB cable.

The icon turns into and the Charge indicator will light up red while charging. When charging is complete, the icon turns into and the indicator turns off.

Note

When connected to a computer and with [Screen Transfer] set to off (page 74), the device will be in transfer mode. It will continue to charge but cannot be operated.

3 When charging is complete, disconnect the USB cable from the device and your computer.

Note

Your computer must be turned on to charge the Digital Paper device. The device will not be charged if your computer enters sleep mode, standby mode or hibernation. Keep your computer turned on with a stable and continuous power supply while charging the device.

The (Power) button cannot be used when the device is connected to your computer.

Tip It takes approximately 3.5 hours to fully charge the

device when the battery is drained. The device will be charged through the computer

when using the [Screen Transfer] function.

Even if a dedicated application for the [Screen Transfer] function is not launched on your computer, the device will keep charging if [Screen Transfer] is on, and you can operate the device while it is charging.

Charge/Battery status icon The charge/battery status icon shows the charging status or remaining battery level.

Number Description

Four bars in the battery icon indicate a fully charged or almost-fully charged battery.

The number of bars decreases with battery consumption. Zero bars indicate that the battery has almost no remaining charge.

The battery is fully charged.

The battery is charging.

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Note

When the charge/battery status icon turns into , a screen indicating that the battery level is too low appears. In this case, tap [OK] and charge the device.

When the charge/battery status icon turns into , an edited document is saved and becomes read- only. Then a screen indicating that editing cannot be done appears. In this case, tap [OK] and charge the device.

Maximizing Battery Life Turn off (shutdown) (page 10) the device when it is

not going to be in use for a prolonged period of time.

Do not leave the device with the battery depleted for a prolonged period of time. Battery capacity may decrease (page 72).

Use and store the device within the recommended temperature range of 5C to 35C (41F to 95F).

Turn off the Wi-Fi function when no wireless communication is necessary (page 72).

Turn on [Wireless Standby] (page 72).

Set [Auto Sync] to Off so as not to synchronize the Digital Paper device and network drive (page 72).

Battery life decreases in the following cases Document related operations Frequent handwriting

Frequent annotation and keyword searches

Displaying graphic-intensive documents or Web sites

Server Settings related operations

Setting [Auto Sync] to On Wi-Fi related operations

Wi-Fi communications

Displaying the [Wi-Fi Settings] screen continuously Setting [Wireless Standby] to Off microSD card related operations

Displaying a document in a microSD card

Frequent insertion and removal of a microSD card

Loading a large volume of content stored on a microSD card

Power On/Off

Turning the Power On/Off (Shutdown)

(Power) button

Charge indicator

Turning on the power

1 Press the (Power) button.

Note

If the Charge indicator blinks red 3 times upon pressing the (Power) button, it shows that the device battery is completely depleted. To charge the device, insert the supplied USB cable into the micro USB port and connect it to the supplied AC adapter, or connect the device to a computer using the USB cable.

Turning off the power (Shutdown)

1 Press and hold the (Power) button for about 3 seconds.

2 Tap [Yes] to turn off the Digital Paper device.

Turning it off reduces battery consumption more than the sleep mode. Sony recommends that you turn off (shutdown) the device when it is not going to be in use for a prolonged period of time.

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Tip You can also turn off the device from [Settings].

To turn off, tap [Settings] [Device Shutdown] [Yes] on the Home screen.

Sleep mode To extend battery life and prevent unintentional operation of the touchscreen, set the Digital Paper device to sleep mode by pressing the (Power) button. The standby screen appears. To wake the device, press the (Power) button again.

Automatic power-saving The Digital Paper device will enter sleep mode after about 1 hour of inactivity. After 3 days in sleep mode, it will turn off (shut down) automatically. The automatic power-saving cannot be turned off.

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Parts and Controls

Overview This section describes the parts and controls of the Digital Paper device.

Touchscreen

Stylus holder

(Back) button

(Home) button

(Menu) button

Charge indicator

(Power) button

Micro USB connector

RESET button

microSD card slot

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Supplied accessories AC adapter 1

USB cable 1

Stylus 1

Sleeve case 1

Replacement tips*

Tip puller 1

Tip The stylus tip wears out with use.

Sony recommends that you replace the stylus tip when it wears down to 1.5 mm or less.

Please check the information about supply accessories provided on Digital Paper devices product page. http://www.sony.com/digitalpapersupport

* For more details on the supplied replacement tip, refer to the Quick Start Guide.

Buttons

(Power) Turns the device on/off, and sets it to sleep mode (page 10).

(Home) Displays the [Home] screen.

(Back) Returns to the previous screen, or returns to the document list from a document.

(Menu) Displays the usable option menu on each screen.

Stylus The supplied stylus enables you to handwrite memos, highlight the documents, and annotate on the touchscreen. While pressing the stylus button, trace text or highlight to erase from the touchscreen.*

* You can change the pen button settings in the settings menu (page 51).

Note

Use only the supplied stylus. Use of another stylus may cause incorrect operation.

When the stylus is not in use, place it in the stylus holder of the Digital Paper device. If the tip of the stylus is continually pressed in the holder, it may lose sensitivity.

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microSD Card Slot The microSD card slot is located on the back of the device. Hold the microSD card with the contacts facing down and the arrow pointing toward the microSD card slot, and then insert it until it clicks into place. The access indicator lights up in orange while the device is accessing the microSD card. Close the slot cover when using a microSD card. To format a microSD card, see page 74.

Note

Do not remove the microSD card while the access indicator is lit. To remove a microSD card, push it in once, then slide it out slowly with your finger.

microSD access indicator

Slot cover

Digital Paper Device Security You can lock the Digital Paper device or enable internal memory encryption for security.

Note

Be sure to remember your password.

Sony recommends that you use passwords that have a mix of 6 or more letters and numbers.

Do not create passwords that other people could easily guess. Change your passwords periodically.

Locking the Digital Paper Device You can help prevent others from viewing data in the device by locking it.

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Settings].

2 Tap [System Management] [Device Lock] [Device Lock] [Enable] [OK].

3 Enter your device lock password.

You can enter between 1 and 20 alphanumeric characters and symbols as your device lock password.

4 Enter the password again to confirm and tap [OK].

When the device lock is on, the password entry screen is displayed after the device is turned on or when the device is woken from sleep mode. Enter your password and tap [OK] to release the device lock.

Note

You cannot use the Tab key and Space key when entering the password.

Caution regarding your password

If you forget your password, the device must be shipped to the Sony Support Center to be unlocked. Please note that this will result in loss of all saved content and settings.

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Internal Memory Encryption You may secure your content further by choosing to encrypt the internal memory. After internal memory encryption is enabled, you must enter your memory encryption password when powering on the device.

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Settings].

2 Tap [System Management] [Internal Memory Encryption] [Internal Memory Encryption] [Enable] [OK].

The device restarts.

3 Enter your password.

You can enter between 6 and 20 alphanumeric characters and symbols as your memory encryption password.

4 Enter the password again to confirm and tap [OK].

Note

All the data saved in the internal memory are deleted before memory encryption is enabled.

Memory encryption results in 300 MB less available space in the internal memory.

You cannot encrypt a microSD card.

If you forget your password, contact the Sony Support Center. In order to disable the internal memory encryption, all the content on the device will be deleted. The deleted data cannot be restored.

You cannot use the Tab key and Space key when entering the password.

Tip When device lock and internal memory encryption

are both enabled, upon startup you must enter your password for internal memory encryption as well as your password for device lock.

Sony recommends that you create a backup in the computer for the documents you want to retain before encrypting internal memory.

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Touchscreen Operations The touchscreen recognizes the following gestures. You can also use the supplied stylus for more precise touchscreen operation. Operation with the stylus makes it easier to select small items or specific areas of text.

Tap Gently tap the icons and menu items on the screen with the stylus or fingers to select and open them.

Tap and hold Tap and hold your finger to display a pop-up menu for available operations.

Swipe Turn the page. You can slide an open document to the right or left to navigate to the previous/next page. To change the page flow direction for a document, press

the (Menu) button tap [Page Flow]. You can also navigate pages of document lists by swiping up or down.

Swipe and hold Swipe and hold your finger on the touchscreen to turn multiple pages continuously. Remove your finger to stop turning the pages (page 30).

Pinch in/out Pinch in using two fingers to switch to thumbnail view when viewing a document in standard size. With every pinch in the view will change from 2-page view 4-page view 9-page view (page 33). Pinch out using two fingers to return to the previous size. Pinch out using two fingers to zoom in when viewing the document in standard size. Pinch in or press the (Back) button to return to the standard size (page 34).

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Tip When you tap a desired page in 2, 4, or 9 page view,

it will display as one page.

Drag Touch and drag your finger to reposition a zoomed-in page. The page is repositioned after you release your finger (page 34).

Note

You cannot operate the device using your fingers if the stylus is touching the screen or is near the screen.

[Disable Gestures] disables touch operations such as swipe page navigation or pinching in/out to change the page view (page 46).

[Home] Screen

[Home] Screen and Applications Press the (Home) button to display the [Home] screen. The [Home] screen allows you to navigate between applications on the Digital Paper device.

Status bar

Displays the status icons. If you tap the Status bar, a screen-wide notification window of the current status of the device will be displayed. Tap again to return to the previous screen. (Page 18) If a user name is set, it will be displayed under the status bar.

Applications

Return to Viewer

Returns to the document which was opened before switching to the [Home] screen.

Displays a list of all the recently opened documents over the entire screen.

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Last read (up to 6 files are shown as per the order in which they were read)

Displays a list of all the recently added documents over the entire screen.

Recently Added (up to 6 files are shown as per the order in which they were read)

Displays a list of all the recently saved Workspaces

Saved Workspaces (up to 3 files are shown as per the order in which they were saved)

Tip The most recently opened documents are shown

under [Last Read] column on the [Home] screen. Tap [Return to Viewer] to view the last read page.

The most recently added documents are displayed under [Recently Added] column on the [Home] screen.

Application Tap on each icon to switch to the following screen.

Status bar Various information such as Wi-Fi status, battery level and downloading status are displayed as icons.

Description of status bar icons

Note

Depending on the situation, not all icons will be displayed at once.

Displaying the notification window of the status bar

If you tap the status bar, a screen-wide notification window of the current status of the device will be displayed. Tap the status bar again or press the (Back) button to return to the previous screen. The notification window allows you to turn On/Off and configure the Wi-Fi function, and check the status of all operations on the notifications bar.

Application Description

[Home] Displays the [Home] screen.

[Documents] Lists the documents in the Digital Paper device (page 23).

[Note] Lists the notes (page 54).

[Workspace] Lists the Workspaces (page 38).

[Browser] Launches the Web browser (page 67).

[Settings] Accesses the Digital Paper device settings (page 72).

Icon Indication

Connecting to a network.

Wi-Fi network signal strength (page 58).

Current battery level (page 9).

The icon appears when new system

software is found.

Downloading a document or software update.

A download has completed. If downloading fails, will be displayed. This icon is also shown when system

software download is complete.

Updating database.

Synchronization between Digital Paper

device and network drive is in progress.

Synchronization between the Digital Paper device and network drive has completed.

If synchronization fails, will be displayed.

Icon Indication

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Clearing the icons of the status bar

When icons are shown on the status bar, tap the status bar to view the notification window and then tap [Clear] to clear all the icons.

Note

Depending on the status of the Digital Paper device, other items may also appear in the notification window.

Time display If you press the (Menu) button on the Home screen, time will be displayed for approximately five seconds on the left side of the status bar.

Number Description

Turn [Wi-Fi] on/off (page 58).

Go to the [Wi-Fi Settings] screen (page 58).

Displays the status of items that are downloading from the Web.

The progress bar indicates the progress/ status of the download.

Displayed when the Digital Paper device

and network drive are synchronizing.

An item that has been downloaded. Tap to open the downloaded document.

Displays the synchronization result. If synchronization fails, tap to check the contents of the error.

Displayed when a new software update is found.

[Clear] will only be displayed when there is

some notification information. Tap [Clear] to clear the icon notifications on the status bar.

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On-Screen Keyboard The on-screen keyboard will be displayed automatically for the menus where text is to be entered.

Use the on-screen keyboard to perform actions such as changing the file name, writing a sticky note (text), inputting a search keyword, or entering text in the text field of PDF form.

On-screen keyboard layout

On-screen number keyboard layout

Keyboard history

Current word input box

[ABC]/[?123]

Shift key/[Alt]

Space

Backspace

(Line feed icon)

Note

The available types of keyboards and input methods differ depending on the application.

Tip To clear the keyboard history, press the (Home)

button tap [Settings] [Initialization] [Clear Keyboard History].

To Do this

Input text Tap the input area to input text.

Delete a character Tap .

Insert line feed Tap the key. The key is enabled only when multi-line input is available.

Switch the keyboard type

Tap [?123] to display the symbol keyboard. Tap [Alt] to switch to additional characters. Tap [ABC] to

return to the alphabetical keys.

Capitalize letters Tap . Tap and hold to activate caps lock. To cancel, tap again.

Enter a space Tap the space key.

Enter a previously registered word

A list of words you registered to the keyboard history is displayed next to

the current word input box. Tap the desired word to enter it. Tap and hold the current word input box to

register the word in it to the keyboard history. (The word must be

at least 3 letters.)

Move the cursor in the input area

Tap the location to which you want to move or tap or .

Type extended characters

Tap and hold a key and select an extended character.

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Transferring Documents (PDF) from a Computer You can drag and drop documents from your computer to the Digital Paper device.

Note

Confirm whether [Settings] [System Management] [Screen Transfer] is turned off (page 74). If [Screen Transfer] is on, the computer will not be able to recognize the device and transfer the documents.

You can transfer files other than those in PDF format, however, only PDF files (.pdf) will be displayed on the device.

A file of a maximum size of 1 GB can be transferred.

1 Connect the Digital Paper device to your computer with the supplied USB cable.

[This device is correctly recognized by the computer.] will be displayed on the device screen and the computer will show the device as an external device [DPT-S1].

2 Add documents to the Digital Paper device from your computer.

For Windows users: Click [Computer] or [My Computer] from the [Start] menu (for Windows 8/8.1, open computer from explorer) Double click [DPT-S1] drive Drag the document you want to transfer and drop it in the folder. For Macintosh users: Double click [DPT-S1] on the desktop Drag the document you want to transfer and drop it in the folder.

If you create a folder in the Digital Paper device from your computer, that folder will be displayed under [Folders] in document list on the device. This is convenient when organizing the documents in the desired folders.

3 When the transfer is complete, end the connection on your computer and then disconnect the USB cable from the device and your computer.

The transferred documents will be displayed in [Documents] on the [Home] screen.

Transferring Documents (PDF)

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Transferring Documents (PDF) to the Computer

1 Connect the Digital Paper device to your computer with the supplied USB cable.

[This device is correctly recognized by the computer.] will be displayed on the device screen and the computer will show the device as an external device [DPT-S1].

2 As explained in Step 2 of Transferring Documents (PDF) from a Computer (page 21), double click the [DPT-S1] drive (or [DPT-S1]).

3 Drag the document you want to transfer and drop it into the folder on your computer.

4 When the transfer is complete, end the connection on your computer and then disconnect the USB cable from the device and your computer.

Note

Caution when transferring

Removing the USB cable while the document is being transferred might corrupt the data. Follow the procedure below when disconnecting the device from your computer. For Windows users: Use [Safely Remove Hardware] function before disconnecting the USB cable. For Macintosh users: Click the Eject icon, finish the removing procedure, then disconnect the USB cable.

Caution when deleting documents

Do not delete the [database], [.dps_device_system], or [note_template] folder on the [DPT-S1] drive. When using a microSD card, do not delete the [PRIVATE/SONY/Digital_Paper] folder on the microSD card.

Caution when initializing

Do not initialize the device or the microSD card from your computer. If initialized from the computer, the documents in the documents list may not be displayed. Initialize only using [Format Memory] on the device (page 75).

Other Precautions

If you use certain special characters for a folder name or filename, the name may not be displayed correctly.

The character limit for filenames is 249 characters.

Sony recommends that you create a backup of the contents of the device on your computer in case of accidental deletion or corruption due to operation error.

When transferring important documents to the device, set a password for opening the documents. You can browse the documents on the device after entering the password.

We will not be able to compensate for any data related to documents or sticky notes that might get deleted or damaged due to error in the device or computer, or due to failed download or transfer of the documents.

Tip For details on supported file formats, see page 87.

You can also transfer content via a microSD card.

To transfer data from your computer to a microSD card, insert the microSD card in the device, and drag and drop the required content to the microSD drive.

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Document Lists The files that can be accessed through the Digital Paper device are called documents. Tapping the [Documents] tab on the [Home] screen and then tapping the document name you want to open from the list of documents displayed on the device will display the [Document Display Screen]. The document lists also include the notes created on the device.

Browsing Document List Pages The Digital Paper device organizes your documents into the [Documents] application. Document list pages allow you to sort documents, as well as search for documents on the device.

View change icons

The documents can be viewed in [All Documents] or [Folders] view.

Tool icons

Folder path view

Displays the current folder path. You can tap the path to move to other folders.

[Create new note under current folder]

In [Folders] view, you can select a folder to create a new note in it. In [All Documents] view, use [Create New Note] option to create a new note without selecting the folder. The newly created note is stored in the [Note] folder.

Status icons

Page navigation icons

Page indicator

Status icons

Navigating pages of the document list You can turn the pages of the document list by swiping up and down.

Tip Tap and hold the page navigation icon to turn pages

continuously every 10 pages.

Browsing Document Lists

Icon Description

The item has not been opened.

The item is stored on the microSD card.

The item is synchronized with the network

drive (page 64).

Navigation method Description

Page indicator Display the current page.

(page navigation icon) View the previous item.

(page navigation icon) View the next item.

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Tools Below is a list of the tools available on the document list page.

* Displayed only when documents on the network drive are displayed in folder view.

Browsing in Document View and Folder View Document can be displayed as list or folder view.

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Documents].

2 Tap [All Documents] or [Folders].

[All Documents] displays a list of content. [Folders] displays a list of content with folder

view.

Displaying a Document Thumbnail Document lists can be displayed with thumbnail view.

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Documents].

2 Tap or .

displays document lists with file type icons. displays document lists with thumbnails.

Tip When you tap , the document title and author

name can be seen.

Finding a Document with a Keyword You can find a specific document quickly with a keyword search.

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Documents].

2 Tap .

The keyword input area and the on-screen keyboard appear.

3 Input a search keyword and tap .

The view shows only the documents that satisfy the search criteria.

To exit the search result view, tap (close) at the top of the screen, or press the (Back) button.

Tip When you browse the document list in the folder

view, you can search for the document within the folder and its sub-folder.

Number Tool icon Description

Synchronizes documents with the Digital Paper device and network

drive (page 65).

Finds content with a keyword (page 24).

Displays icon and file name in a line (page 24).

Displays the details of the

document such as thumbnails (page 24).

Changes the sort order by file

name, author name, recently added, etc.

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Option Menu in Document Lists The [Open] and [Delete] options are available when you tap [Documents] [All Documents] and press the

(Menu) button.

The [Send], [Open], [Delete] and [Create New Folder] options are available when you tap [Documents] [Folders] and press the (Menu) button.

The [Delete] option is available when you tap [Note] and press the (Menu) button.

Note

The [Send] option is available only when the network server is configured and the target folder is displayed.

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Tip The document list also includes the notes created

on this device.

Sending Documents to Network Drive You can transfer a copy of a document from this device to another destination by selecting the folder of another user (or users) on the network drive. Once sent, the name of the document name changes as follows: Original document name_from_synchronized folder name_date_time.pdf.

1 Connect to a Wi-Fi Network.

2 Press the (Home) button and tap [Documents].

3 Tap [All Documents] or [Folders].

4 Tap and hold the document you want to send and tap [Send] from the option menu.

Selection screen for selecting the destination is displayed.

5 Tap the destination to select the check box.

Tap [Select All] to send the selected document to all destinations.

6 Tap [OK].

The confirmation screen is displayed.

7 Tap [Yes].

The document is sent to the hierarchy just below the specified destination folder.

Note

If the destination folder has a document with a same name, then the file is overwritten.

Tip Alternatively, press the (Menu) button and tap

[Send] while the document is displayed.

Sending Multiple Synchronized Documents Simultaneously

1 Connect to a Wi-Fi Network.

2 Press the (Home) button and tap [Documents].

3 Tap [Folders] and select [Internal Memory] [network] at the path display of the folder. Tap the folder you want to send.

4 Press the (Menu) button and tap [Send].

A check box is displayed on the left side of the document.

Check box Off

Check box On (target to send)

Folder path view

[Select All]

[Done]

[Cancel]

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5 Tap the document you want to send to select the check box.

If you want to select all the check boxes, tap [Select All].

6 Tap [Done].

Selection screen for selecting the destination is displayed.

7 Tap the destination to select the check box.

Tap [Select All] to send the selected document to all destinations.

8 Tap [OK].

The confirmation screen is displayed.

9 Tap [Yes].

Replying to a Document You can reply to a document when the Digital Paper device can identify the sender from the name of the document (page 26). The replied document will be stored in the network drive. When the sender synchronizes with the network drive, the document will be replied.

1 Connect to a Wi-Fi Network.

2 Press the (Home) button and tap [Documents].

3 Tap [All Documents] or [Folders].

4 Tap and hold the document you want to reply to and tap on [Reply] in the option menu.

The confirmation screen is displayed.

5 Tap [Yes].

Tip Alternatively, press the (Menu) button and tap

[Send] while the document is displayed.

Opening Multiple Documents Simultaneously When multiple documents are opened simultaneously, all the open documents (tabs) will close and only the files you select using the open function will open. If you want to simultaneously open documents stored in different folders, saving the documents as a workspace with a specific name is convenient.

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Documents].

2 Press the (Menu) button.

3 Tap [Open].

[Open documents after closing all currently open tabs. Do you continue?] is displayed on the confirmation screen.

4 Tap [Yes].

The check box is displayed at left side of the document.

Check box Off

Check box On (target to open)

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[Select All]

[Done]

[Cancel]

5 Tap a document you want to open. A checkmark will appear in its checkbox.

Tap [Select All] to set all checkboxes on.

6 Tap [Done].

The selected documents open and will be displayed in tabs.

Press the (Back) button to return to the document list.

Deleting Multiple Documents Simultaneously You can delete multiple items at one time. This is convenient for clearing up space on the Digital Paper device. The following instructions use the [Documents] application as an example. The document list also includes the notes.

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Documents].

2 Press the (Menu) button.

3 Tap [Delete].

Boxes appear next to the thumbnails or list entries.

Check box Off

Check box On (target to delete)

[Select All]

[Done]

[Cancel]

4 Tap to check the items to delete.

Check the check box of [Select All] if you wish to delete all items.

5 Tap [Done].

The confirmation screen is displayed.

6 Tap [Yes].

The selected items are deleted from the device.

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Note

Sony recommends that you create a backup of all the documents that you want to save on your computer, before deleting the documents directly from the device. Documents and folders deleted from the device cannot be recovered.

Creating a New Folder

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Documents].

2 Tap [Folders].

The folder path is displayed on the top of the screen.

3 Go to the path where you want to create a new folder.

4 Press the (Menu) button and tap [Create New Folder].

A pop-up menu of [Create New Folder] is displayed.

5 Enter the folder name and tap [OK].

Option Menu for the Selected Documents and Folders When the option menu is displayed in the documents or note list, you can perform actions such as opening documents or folders, and renaming or deleting a document.

1 Press the (Home) button, then tap [Documents] or [Note].

2 Tap and hold the document you want to edit.

The option items appear.

Option Menu for Notes and Documents

Option Menu for Folder

Note

Sony recommends that you create a backup of all the documents that you want to save on your computer, before deleting the documents directly from the device.

Option Description

[Open (New Tab)] Opens the document or note in a new tab.

[Open (Current Tab)]

Opens the document or note in the current tab.

[Open (Close

Tabs)]

Closes all tabs and opens the

document or note.

[Delete] Deletes the document or note.

[Rename] Renames the document or note.

[Duplicate] Duplicates the document or note.

[Send] Sends a copy of the document or note to the network drive from this

device (page 26). This option is displayed only if the [Network Drive Settings] are complete.

[Reply] Returns the document or note to the sender (page 27). This option is displayed if the [Network Drive

Settings] are complete and this device can identify the sender from the document name.

Option Description

[Delete] Deletes a folder.

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Reading Documents

Opening a Document

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Documents].

The document list opens (page 23).

2 Tap a document.

The document opens. You can also open a document by tapping and holding the document you want to open. For page navigation, see page 31.

Tip If you press the (Menu) button and tap [Hide

Toolbar] to hide the toolbar (full-screen) while the document is displayed, you can concentrate on reading it. The show toolbar/hide toolbar setting is retained until it is changed.

For Toolbar, see page 31.

Hide the toolbar to expand the page to full screen to makes it easier to read a letter-sized document.

Turning a Page

1 Swipe in the direction of the next page with your finger (move your finger) while the document is displayed.

When the [Page Flow] is set to [Right to Left]

Swipe from right to left.

When the [Page Flow] is set to [Left to Right]

Swipe from left to right.

Tip You can also turn the pages using the toolbar.

For details, see Navigating Pages (page 31).

To change the page flow, see Changing the Page Turn Preference (page 31).

Turning Pages Continuously

1 Swipe (move your finger) in the direction of the next page and hold the screen without lifting your finger while the document is displayed.

Documents of many pages can be flipped just like flipping through a book. Lift your finger at the page you want to stop at to halt the continuous page turning.

Note

When the display is zoomed, the position of the page moves and hence continuous page turning is not possible.

Reading

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Changing the Page Turn Preference

1 Press the (Menu) button and tap [Page Flow] while the document is displayed (except when the display is zoomed).

Pop-up for [Page Flow] is displayed.

2 Tap [Right to Left] or [Left to Right].

[Right to Left]: Page turns when swiping from right to left

[Left to Right]: Page turns when swiping from left to right

Navigating Pages There are several ways to operate on the pages.

Toolbar Icon Display

The toolbar is displayed vertically below this icon when it is tapped. Once the toolbar is displayed the icon is changed to .

Tab Panel Display

The tab panel is displayed when you tap this area. Tap to hide the tab panel.

Toolbar/Tab Panel Display screen

View/Hide toolbar

When the toolbar is hidden, the (toolbar) icon is displayed. When you tap this icon, it changes to and the toolbar is displayed.

Toolbar icon (page 41)

Use this toolbar to access the Tabs List, select attributes of the stylus, attach annotations, and bookmark or add/delete pages.

Orientation

Tap to rotate the screen from vertical position to horizontal.

Thumbnail views

Switching between 2 pages/ 4 pages/ 9 pages view (page 33).

Page navigation icons

Tap [] or [] to turn 1 page at a time. Even when the [Disable Gestures] setting is on, you can use stylus or your finger to use the options of the toolbar.

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Page indicator

Tap to display the page control box (page 32).

Tab panel (page 35)

Up to 3 tabs of open documents are displayed. You can display a different document by tapping its tab.

Tip An open document can also be selected

directly from the Tab List at the top of the toolbar (page 36).

Tap this area to add a bookmark (page 36)

You can turn the bookmark On/Off by using the Bookmark icon in the toolbar.

Pop-up menu (page 37)

Tapping and holding the text will display the highlight and search pop-up menu.

Touch operations

Swipe (page 16) Zoom in/Zoom out (page 34)

Option Menu for Page

Option Menu (page 38)

(Menu) button (page 13)

Using the Page Control Box

1 Tap the page indicator while the document is displayed.

The page control box is displayed.

[Go Back to Previous Page]

Message displayed when a different page is selected using a dot underlined link.

Page of document currently being displayed

Number input keypad

Slider

Move to the corresponding page by positioning the slider.

Total pages

Total number of pages in the document that is currently displayed.

2 Use the number input keypad to enter the page number.

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3 Tap [OK].

Jumps to the specified page.

Thumbnail View The thumbnail view is convenient for searching through a document that has many pages: similar to flipping through a book. You can flip through consecutive pages (page 30) in the thumbnail view. Once the corresponding page is displayed, you can tap that page to view it on the screen. On a screen, you can display 2 pages/4 pages/9 pages thumbnails. This preference is applied only to the document that is currently being displayed.

Displaying 2 pages/4 pages/9 pages thumbnail view by pinching in

1 Pinch in the screen (touch the screen with 2 fingers and bring them closer together) while the document is displayed in standard size.

With every pinch in, the view will change from 2- page view 4-page view 9-page view.

Tip If the following operations are carried out while the

document is displayed in a 2-page view/4-page view/9-page thumbnail view, the display will return to the standard size:

When pinch out is repeated When on bottom-right of the screen is tapped

When any of the pages is tapped

Displaying 2-page view/4-page view/9- page thumbnail view using the toolbar

1 Tap the icon (Switching page view) while the document is displayed.

2 Tap the icon of corresponding thumbnail view.

Thumbnail icons when document is vertically displayed

Thumbnail icons when document is horizontally displayed

Icon Description

1 page is displayed on a screen.

2 pages are displayed on a screen.

4 pages are displayed on a screen.

9 pages are displayed on a screen.

Icon Description

1 page is displayed on a screen.

2 pages are displayed on a screen.

4 pages are displayed on a screen.

9 pages are displayed on a screen.

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Tip If you tap of the toolbar in thumbnail view, the

screen can be viewed horizontally or vertically. Example) 2-page thumbnail view

Zooming in the Display

1 Pinch out using two fingers when viewing the document in standard size.

The display zooms in and [Zoom] appears at the bottom of the screen. Pinching in/out further zooms the display in/out.

Status indication of zoom

2 Drag your fingers to reposition.

Repositions the zoomed in screen.

Tip Press (Back) button to return to default size.

Available operations while zooming in Operations available in the toolbar while zooming in are as follows.

Selecting the types of handwriting and lines (page 42)

Selecting Eraser mode and the size of the eraser

Undo/redo the previous operation Moving to another page

Navigating pages while zoomed in You can turn pages retaining the display position and zoom ratio while the display is zoomed in. To turn a page, tap the Page Turn Preference icon and enter the page number in the page control box.

Note

If you turn the last page of the note, a page is added to the note while retaining the zoom ratio.

Screen rotated

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Dragging your finger while the display is zoomed in repositions the display, and the page cannot be turned.

Tip If the toolbar icon and the toolbar are hidden (full-

screen view), you can handwrite with the type of pen selected before zooming in the view.

When the display is zoomed in, you cannot use the highlight function even if [Pen Button Settings] is set to [Highlight active] (page 44). Only the eraser function is enabled.

Display can be zoomed in approximately 2.5 times.

Operating Tabs Tab operation allows you to browse multiple documents. Tabs are not displayed in the preset default.

1 Tap the top of the screen while the document is displayed.

The tab panel appears.

Tab close icon

Closes the opened document when tapped.

When the tab is closed, the right tab shifts to the left.

Left scroll icon

Displays the document on the left tab.

Right scroll icon

Displays the document on the right tab.

Tab panel close icon

Closes the tab panel. Tap the tab panel display area to display the tab panel again.

Tip The document name is displayed on the tab.

A maximum of three tabs can be shown on the screen.

If you delete the document from your computer or remove the microSD memory card (when the document is saved in the microSD memory card) or delete the file while viewing a document, only tabs remain. Then, the message Cannot display document. Cannot find file. is displayed. In this case, close the unnecessary tabs with the close tab icon.

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Displaying the tab list You can select a document from the tab list.

1 Tap (Tab List) on the toolbar.

Tab list appears.

Tab List

Tab close icon

Closes the targeted tab.

Previous list view icon

Current page indicator

Next list view icon

2 Tap the document you want to open in the tab list.

The selected document is displayed on the screen.

Tab list examples File name and total number of pages of the document are displayed. File names that are long and thus do not fit in the tab area may be displayed partially followed by ellipsis (...).

Adding a duplicate tab (copying the tab) You can display a document as another tab. The newly added tab will be placed to the right of the active tab. With the same document displayed in different tabs, you can check different pages by switching between the tabs.

1 Press the (Menu) button and tap [Duplicate Tab].

The same document will be displayed in the newly added tab. Page display is retained in both the tabs.

Tip As the same document is displayed in two tabs, the

contents are the same.

Setting the Bookmark to On/Off You can add a bookmark to a page.

1 Tap (bookmark) on the toolbar.

A bookmark appears on the top-right corner of the page.

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Bookmark

Tip To delete a bookmark, tap (bookmark) on the

toolbar or tap the displayed bookmark.

To search for the bookmark in the currently open document, press the (Menu) button and tap [Annotation List] (page 48).

If you switch the orientation of the screen, the position or size of the bookmark may change.

Removing a bookmark

1 Tap (bookmark) on the toolbar.

Tip Tap the bookmark to delete it.

Searching Pages by Keyword You can select a string as keyword and search a document.

1 Tap and hold the first word of the string you want to search for.

The highlight bar appears.

2 Drag the edge of the highlight bar over other words to be searched.

3 Tap [Search] in the pop-up menu.

A page that includes the keyword is displayed.

4 Tap or in the search box at the top of the screen.

The page turns to the previous/next page that contains the keyword.

To cancel, tap (close) in the top-right corner of the screen.

Tip End cursors are not displayed when selecting a link

word.

You can search for a keyword at the Google Web site. Select a keyword and tap [Google] in the pop- up menu. The [Browser] application will open to the Google Web site and search for the word. (A Wi-Fi network connection is necessary (page 58).) To return to a document, press the (Menu) button tap [Return to Viewer].

Tap [Highlight] in the pop-up menu, as shown in Step 3, to highlight the selected string.

Search by typing a keyword using the on- screen keyboard

1 Press the (Menu) button, tap [Search], and enter the keyword using the on-screen keyboard.

Searched keywords appear outlined. Similar words from the same page will be displayed simultaneously. By pressing , similar words from the next page will be displayed in outlined characters.

Note

Keyword search is not case sensitive.

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Using Menu Items Below is a list of option items available when you press the (Menu) button from the document viewer.

* If the [Network Drive Settings] are not set up, this item is not available and will not be displayed.

Using the [Workspace] Application You can name and save the documents opened in multiple tabs as they are. By preserving the current tab status and page location, a registered Workspace allows you to resume your work from the preserved tab status.

Tip Individual documents remain the same: a

document viewed in a Workspace is the same document file that is viewed by itself; therefore, any annotations added to a document in a Workspace exists when the document is opened outside the Workspace.

Registering a Workspace You can save the currently open documents as Workspace.

1 Press the (Menu) button on the display screen of the open document and tap [Save Workspace].

[Save as New] screen will be displayed.

Option Description

[Send]* Transfers or returns the currently open document from the device to the network drive (page 26).

[Save Workspace] Saves the currently opened tabs as a new Workspace or overwrites the old one (page 38).

[Change File Name]

Changes the file name of the opened document.

[Duplicate Tab] Adds a duplicate tab to the right of

the currently active tab.

[Annotation List] Opens the annotation list (page 48).

[Table of Contents] Opens the table of contents.

This item is not available for a file with no table of contents.

[Search] Searches for a keyword (or string) in

an open document (page 37).

[Page Flow] Changes the page flow of a document by setting the swipe

direction for turning pages: either from right-to-left (default), or from left-to-right.

[Disable Gestures]/[Enable Gestures]

Disables some finger touch gestures, such as swipe page navigation or pinching in/out to

change the page view. Prevents you from accidentally touching the screen with your

sleeve, etc. You can tap an item in the toolbar with your finger even when the

gestures are disabled. Tap again to enable gestures.

[Hide Toolbar]/

[Show Toolbar]

Turns toolbar on (show) or off (hide).

When hiding the toolbar to switch to the full-screen, you can concentrate on reading.

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2 Tap the input area and enter the Workspace name using the on-screen keyboard, then tap [Yes].

The current status of the tabs and all open documents are saved as Workspace.

Opening a Workspace

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Workspace].

2 Select a Workspace to open from the list of Workspaces.

The confirmation pop-up menu will be displayed.

3 Tap [Yes].

Opening from [Saved Workspaces] You can also open a workspace from [Saved Workspaces] on the Home menu. Up to 3 Workspaces are displayed in [Saved Workspaces]. If you want to display three or more workspaces, tap [See All] on the right-side of the screen.

Note

When you open a workspace, all the current tabs will be closed and replaced by the selected workspace.

To add a document to an open workspace, open the document and select [Overwrite] when saving the workspace. Follow the same procedure for deleting tabs.

Saving a Workspace You can modify existing Workspaces by adding additional documents or notes.

1 Press the (Menu) button on the display screen of the open document and tap [Save Workspace].

The confirmation pop-up menu will be displayed.

2 Tap [Overwrite]/[Save As New].

[Overwrite]: Overwrite and save the current workspace.

[Save As New]: Allows you to save the current workspace with a different name (e.g., the default name generated by the device). Change the workspace name, and tap [Yes] in the dialog box for [Save As New].

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Deleting/Renaming a Workspace

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Workspace].

2 Tap and hold the Workspace you want to edit, then tap [Delete]/[Rename] from the options menu.

Note

Even if you delete the Workspace, documents opened in the tab will not be deleted. The currently opened tabs are not closed by deleting a Workspace.

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Handwriting/Annotating the Document You can add various annotations* such as directly writing on the document, highlighting the text and adding sticky notes (text and handwriting).

* Annotations are markups which can be inserted in a PDF document. Annotations in the Digital Paper device include handwriting, highlighting, adding sticky notes (handwriting or text), bookmarks.

The annotated documents will be saved automatically in the following cases: When closing a document or note

When switching a tab

When entering stand-by mode

Note

The (Back) button, (Home) button, (Menu) button, and (Power) buttons on the device are disabled when writing on the screen using the stylus. These buttons are however enabled after a certain period of time when the stylus remains in contact with the screen for a long time.

When the charge/battery status icon turns into , a screen indicating that the battery level is too low is displayed. In this case, tap [OK] and charge the device.

When the charge/battery status icon turns into , an edited document is saved and becomes read- only. Then a screen indicating that editing cannot be done appears. In this case, tap [OK] and charge the device.

For secured PDF files where annotating is forbidden in the advanced settings, (Protected) appears at the beginning of the file name on this device, the annotation icons on the toolbar are disabled, and annotations cannot be inserted. To check for detailed information, refer to the User Guide for PDF Viewer.

Tip The document being edited will get saved when

you enter the standby mode by pressing the Power button.

Using the Toolbar You can use the icons on the Toolbar to add annotations. The toolbar is set to hide by default. Tap to display the toolbar. Once the toolbar appears, the icon changes from to .

Tip The show toolbar/hide toolbar setting is retained

until the toolbar icon is tapped again.

Tab List icon (page 36)

Handwriting icon (page 42)

Highlight icon (page 44)

Eraser icon (page 45)

Writing

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Sticky Note (Handwriting) icon (page 46)/Sticky Note (Text) icon (page 47)

Bookmark icon (page 36)

Select range icon (page 43)

Paste icon (page 44)

Undo/Redo icon (page 46)

Tip The following icons switch mode when tapped

once, and change the function when tapped the second time. Handwriting icon: Allows you to select the pen type Eraser icon: Allows you to select the size of eraser Sticky Notes icon: Allows you to select [Handwrite] and [Text]. For details, see the respective operation procedure.

Changing the toolbar position to right The default setting for Toolbar position is [Left]. Left-handed people and others can change the position to [Right] if they wish.

1 Tap [Settings] [Application Preferences] [Documents] [Toolbar Position] [Right] (page 73).

Hiding the toolbar If you choose to hide the toolbar, the screen will zoom in and display a full-screen view.

1 Press the (Menu) button and tap [Hide Toolbar] when viewing a document.

To unhide the toolbar, tap [Show Toolbar].

Handwriting a Note on a Page You can use the stylus to draw directly on a page. Firmly place the palm of your hand on the screen and start writing in the same manner as that of writing using pen and paper.

1 Tap the (Handwriting) icon on the toolbar to select the handwriting mode.

Tap the (Handwriting) icon once more to select the pen type from the displayed options. The selected pen type is retained until it is changed.

2 Handwrite with the stylus.

Blue/Fine

Blue/Medium

Blue/Bold

Red/Fine

Red/Medium

Red/Bold

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Lines drawn in red are displayed as gray lines on the screen of the device. However, red lines will be displayed on files transferred to a computer.

You can use the stylus (handwrite) while resting your hands on the touchscreen.

Note

Tap [Settings] [System Management] [Pen Settings] [Pen Button Settings] to set how the stylus operates on a document with its stylus button held down (page 74). [Eraser active] is set by default. You can select [Highlight active] to highlight and [Button inactive (handwriting only)] to handwrite even while pushing the stylus button. You can select your favorite mode.

The (Back), (Home), (Menu), and (Power) buttons on the device are disabled when handwriting on the screen using the stylus. When the stylus remains in contact with the screen for a long time, these buttons however are enabled after a certain time period.

Tip To undo/redo handwriting, tap (Undo) or

(Redo) on the toolbar.

If the page is mistakenly flipped due to brushing your arm against the screen while writing on the screen, turn on the Disable Gestures function (page 46). Turning the function on prevents accidental flipping of pages, making it easier to concentrate on writing.

Moving/Copying/Pasting/Cutting You can move/copy/paste/cut the handwriting annotations by using the stylus. You can copy/paste the handwriting annotations among different documents viewed through the Digital Paper device.

Moving a handwriting annotation

1 Tap (Select) on the toolbar and enclose the handwriting in a frame by dragging your stylus diagonally across the handwriting you want to move.

A dotted lined frame is displayed.

2 Place the stylus in the middle of the dotted-line- frame ( ) without touching the pop-up menu and drag the selected annotation to the desired location.

The dotted line frame follows the movement of the stylus.

3 Move the stylus away from the screen and tap [Done] in the pop-up menu.

Copying/Cutting a handwriting annotation

1 Tap (Select) on the toolbar and enclose the handwriting in a frame by dragging your stylus diagonally across the handwriting you want to copy or cut.

A dotted lined frame is displayed.

2 Tap [Copy] or [Cut] in the pop-up menu.

Tip You can select a broad area to delete handwriting

by selecting [Cut].

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Pasting a handwriting annotation

1 Tap (Paste) on the toolbar.

The handwriting annotation saved on the clipboard through the previous [Copy] or [Cut] operation is displayed in the middle of the screen.

2 Place the stylus inside the dotted line frame ( ) around the annotation to drag it to the desired location. Move the stylus away from the screen and tap [Done] in the pop-up menu.

Tip Annotations done by another author in documents,

for which editing or deleting annotations by other authors is not allowed (page 51), cannot be moved, copied, or cut.

The pasted annotation is attributed to the author who has pasted it.

Only one copied or cut annotation is retained on the clipboard to enable repetitive pasting of the same annotation.

Note

The handwriting annotations can only be selected or dragged using the stylus.

The annotations cannot be moved, copied, pasted or cut when the screen is zoomed in.

Highlighting Words on a Page You can use the stylus or your finger to highlight words directly on a page.

When using the stylus

1 Tap (Highlight) and stroke the section that you want to highlight.

The selected words are highlighted.

Note

When [Pen Button Settings] in [Pen Settings] is set to [Highlight active], you can highlight while pushing the stylus button (page 74).

The text in the scanned documents (images on the entire page) or the documents in which font

information is not embedded cannot be highlighted.

You cannot highlight the handwritten comments.

You cannot highlight comments that do not contain text.

Tip To search for a highlighted word in the currently

open document, press the (Menu) button tap [Annotation List] (page 48).

When using your finger

1 Tap and hold the first word of the section that you want to highlight.

Pop-up menu

Highlight bar edge

2 Drag the edge of the highlight bar with your finger until you highlight all of the necessary text.

3 Tap [Highlight] from the pop-up menu.

The text is highlighted.

Note

The text cannot be highlighted when the view is zoomed in.

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Tip In highlight bar edge, the following operations are

possible besides [Highlight] on pop-up menu: [Search]: You can search the selected string/text in a document. [Google]: You can search the selected string/text on Google through browser.

Using the Eraser

Erasing while pushing stylus button

1 While pushing the stylus button, move the stylus across the handwriting or highlight, then lift the stylus.

The handwriting or highlighted words will be erased. The handwriting will be erased per line segment.

Selecting Eraser mode on the toolbar You can switch to Eraser mode by tapping the (Eraser) icon on the toolbar.

The first tap on the Eraser icon switches the mode, and the second tap on the icon changes the size of the eraser. Tap the Handwriting icon on the toolbar to return to Handwriting mode.

Note

Sticky notes cannot be deleted using the eraser (pages 46, 47).

Changing the size of the eraser In Eraser mode, tap (Eraser) on the toolbar using the stylus or your finger to select the size of the eraser from [Small], [Medium], and [Large].

Note

Once the size of the eraser is changed, the mode is set to Eraser mode. Select the Handwriting icon to return to the pen mode.

The eraser can be used by pushing the stylus button only when [Pen Button Settings] are set to [Eraser active] (page 74).

Tip A line can be erased by selecting just a part of the

line, then moving the stylus away from the screen. In this device, unlike erasing a line drawn on paper using a pencil, you do not need to select the entire line to erase it. Carefully select multiple lines to erase them all at once.

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An animated circle is set for the eraser animation by default. You can set the animated circle to OFF (page 74).

Cut part of a line with [Cutting a handwriting annotation]s range selection to separate the line into two parts.

Undoing/Redoing the Previous Operation You can undo/redo the previous operation such as handwriting or erasing.

1 Tap (Undo) on the toolbar.

The previous operation such as handwriting or eraser is undone. To redo the operation, tap (Redo).

Note

You can undo/redo only the last operation; not operations performed before that.

The undo/redo range depends on the timing that a change is embedded in the PDF. To undo/redo detailed changes, write on the screen by finely adjusting the timing of moving the stylus away from the screen.

Deletion of a highlight or sticky notes cannot be undone.

Disabling Gestures This function prevents you from accidentally turning pages, zooming in, etc., by touching the screen with your sleeve or hand while handwriting. When gestures are disabled, operations such as turning a page by using swipe as well as changing the page view using Pinch in/Pinch out will be disabled.

1 Press the (Menu) button while the document is displayed, and tap [Disable Gestures].

To enable gestures, press the (Menu) button and tap [Enable Gestures].

Note

When the gestures are disabled and the page view is switched to thumbnail view, gestures are enabled, and when the page view is switched back to one screen view from thumbnail view, the gestures remain disabled.

To turn a page while the gestures are disabled, tap [<] or [>] on the toolbar.

Tip When gestures are disabled, you can perform

toolbar and tab list operations and select an item in the option menu with your finger.

Adding a Sticky Note (Handwriting) You can handwrite text or drawing as a sticky note on a page.

1 Tap the icon (Sticky Note (Handwriting)) or the icon (Sticky Note (Text)) on the toolbar.

When tapped on the icon (Sticky Note (Text)), tap the same icon once more and then tap Sticky Note (Handwriting) under the sub menu. (By tapping once on the Sticky Note icon, you can change the mode, and by tapping the icon second time, you can change to Handwriting or Text mode.)

2 Tap the place where you want to add the Sticky Note (Handwriting) by using the stylus.

The editing screen for the sticky note (handwriting) is displayed.

Example of erasing on real paper

Example of erasing with this device

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Sticky Note (Handwriting) icon

Handwriting icon (Blue/Fine)

Handwriting icon (Blue/Medium)

Handwriting icon (Red/Fine)

Handwriting icon (Red/Medium)

Eraser icon

[Save]

3 Tap the Handwriting and Eraser icons to draw a picture or write text with the stylus.

4 Tap [Save].

Note

You cannot use [Bold line] in Sticky Note (Handwriting).

Tip The sticky note is embedded as an attached PDF file

in the document. Therefore, the annotations created on this device can also be viewed on computer.

Editing a sticky note (handwriting)

1 Tap (Sticky Note (Handwriting)) on the page with your finger.

The sticky note (handwriting) appears. When you tap a sticky note (handwriting) on the page with a stylus, ensure that the (Sticky Note (Handwriting)) icon on the toolbar is in the selected state.

2 Edit the sticky note (handwriting).

3 Tap [Save].

Deleting a sticky note (handwriting)

1 Display the sticky note (handwriting) and tap [Delete] [YES].

Adding a Sticky Note (Text) to a Page You can input a comment using the on-screen keyboard and add that comment as a sticky note to a page.

1 Tap the icon (Sticky Note (Handwriting)) or the icon (Sticky Note (Text)) on the toolbar.

When tapped on (Sticky Note (Handwriting)), tap on the same icon once more and then tap [Sticky Note (Text)] under the sub menu. (By tapping the Sticky Note icon once, you can change the mode, and by tapping the icon second time, you can change to [Handwriting] or [Text] mode.)

2 Tap the place where you want to add the (Sticky Note (Text)).

The editing screen for the sticky note (text) and the on-screen keyboard are displayed.

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Sticky Note (Text) Icon

[Save]

Input area

On-screen keyboard

3 Enter the text using the on-screen keyboard.

4 Tap [Save].

Tip Sticky notes (text) are embedded into PDF files as

annotations. This enables you to search for strings of text within sticky notes (text) when using a computer or from the annotation list on the device.

Editing a sticky note (text)

1 Tap the (Sticky Note (Text)) icon on the page with your finger.

The editing screen appears.

Tip To display the editing screen with the stylus rather

than your finger, select the (Sticky Note (Text)) icon on the toolbar before tapping the (Sticky Note (Text)) icon on the page.

2 Tap [Edit].

The on-screen keyboard appears.

3 Edit the text using the on-screen keyboard.

4 Tap [Save].

The sticky note (text) and on-screen keyboard close.

Deleting a sticky note (text)

1 Display the sticky note (text) and tap [Delete] [Yes].

Displaying Annotation List You can search, filter, sort or view annotations (bookmarks, highlights, sticky notes (text), or sticky notes (handwriting)) in the current document.

1 Press the (Menu) button and tap on [Annotation List] while the document is displayed.

The annotation list appears on the left side of the screen and the preview of the displayed document is displayed on the right side.

Note

A search is conducted in the current document to display the annotations list, so it may take a while depending on the number of annotations.

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Annotation list

Previous list icon

Page indicator

Next list icon

Search icon

Filter icon

Sort icon

Tap to close the annotation list

Preview area

Tip When you tap and hold the previous list or next list

icon, pages of the lists turn continuously.

Tap on the document in preview display (right side of the screen), or press the (Back) button to return to the document.

Viewing pages with annotations in preview

1 Tap the annotation you want to view from the annotation list.

The page with the selected annotation is displayed in the preview area.

Returning to normal view from preview

1 Tap [Close] or the preview area to return from preview to normal view.

The annotation list closes, and the screen switches to normal view.

Annotation types Bookmark

Handwriting

Highlight

Sticky Note (Text)

Sticky Note (Handwriting)

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Searching annotations by keyword You can search annotations by entering a keyword.

Targeted items

The targeted item type is limited to 140 characters.

Text on a page with a bookmark

Highlighted text

Annotation author name Sticky note (text) text

1 Tap (Search).

2 Type a search keyword using the on-screen keyboard.

3 Tap of the on-screen keyboard.

The list of annotations matching the search keyword is displayed.

4 Tap the annotation.

The tapped annotation is displayed by reversing the black/white color in the preview. When the page is changed by tapping, the previewed page changes.

Tap (Close) in the top-right corner of the screen to cancel the search.

Tip You can search the annotation by user name.

You can search the annotations with a user name set on the device. Therefore, if a forwarded document has annotations that were added by multiple members, each user name can be filtered in this device.

Filtering by annotation type You can filter the annotations by bookmark (displayed as [Page Flag]), handwriting, highlight, sticky note (text), or sticky note (handwriting).

1 Tap (Filter).

The pop-up menu for annotation types is displayed. By default, all the check boxes are checked.

2 Remove the checks by tapping the check box of annotations types you do not want to display.

3 Tap [OK].

Sorting the annotations You can sort the annotations by page order, name of the author who added the annotation, annotation type, or by date when the annotation are updated.

1 Tap (Sort).

A pop-up menu appears.

2 Select and tap the sort type.

Annotations appear sorted.

Tip After filtering, you can further refine the search by

searching annotation list by keyword.

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Annotation Settings

Limit Editing Annotations User names can be set such that the created annotations (such as bookmark, handwrite, highlight, Sticky Note (Text), Sticky Note (Handwriting)) cannot be edited and deleted by other user names.

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Settings].

2 Tap [Application Preferences] [Documents] [Limit Editing Annotations].

3 Tap [On].

Note

The settings of [Limit Editing Annotations] depend on individual Digital Paper device settings. Conditions to use this function are as given below:

User names must be set for any Digital Paper device where documents are handed over.

[Limit Editing Annotations] should be set to On for Digital Paper device on the receiving end.

Tip Please set the user name by going to [Settings]

[General Setting] [User Name].

Configuring the Pen Button Settings The default setting for when you hold the stylus button and trace the screen is set to Eraser. You can also change it to Highlight or Off (with handwriting).

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Settings].

2 Tap [System Management] [Pen Settings] [Pen Button Settings].

3 Tap on the operation for when the button is pressed.

Tip Handwriting icon must be selected to return to the

Handwriting mode after changing to Eraser mode

from toolbar. However, if the stylus button is set to Eraser mode, the user can switch to Eraser mode only when the button is pressed while in the Handwriting mode.

Set Pen Grip Style Pen Grip Style is set to right-handed (straight wrist) in the default settings. You may change the grip style to right-handed, Hooked wrist/left-handed, straight wrist/left- handed, Hooked wrist. Settings are applied as per the gripping hand.

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Settings].

2 Tap [System Management] [Pen Settings] [Pen Grip Style].

3 Select the grip style closest to your own grip style out of the 4 types of pen grip style and tap [OK].

Note

If the pen grip style is not matched to the users, there may be a gap between the pen point position and the position of the written line. Please make sure to perform advanced calibration after setting Pen Grip Style.

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Performing Advanced Calibration You can rectify the gap in the position where the pen is aimed and the written position. Since there are individual differences in the Pen Grip Styles, please adjust as per your own style.

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Settings].

2 Tap [System Management] [Pen Settings] [Advanced Calibration].

Trial writing screen is displayed.

3 Trace the dotted line of and in the area in the center of the screen using the pen with your usual grip style.

The drawn line is not displayed on the dotted line when tracing. The drawn line will be displayed after moving the pen away. Moreover, a black line is displayed at the upper side of the area when tracing.

If you want to erase the line written here, tap [Erase]. Please trace on the dotted line in your usual writing style. Since the differences in the lines written here are adjusted on the subsequent screen, do not worry about the difference between the dotted lines and the written lines.

4 Tap [Next].

Manual correction screen is displayed.

5 Move the written line by tapping the top-down- left-right arrow icons, adjusting it such that it matches the dotted line.

6 Tap [Next] when the position has more or less matched the dotted line.

The confirmation screen is displayed.

7 Trace the dotted line again, similar to Step 3.

In case you still feel that there is a gap between the dotted lines and the written lines, tap [Recalibrate] to return to the previous screen. The written line will be displayed on the confirmation screen, adjust the position again similar to Step 5. Once the position adjustment is complete, tap [Next] to trace the dotted line.

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8 Tap [Save] when the dotted line and written line match.

Return to Pen Settings screen. You can return to the Manual correction screen by tapping [Recalibrate] on the Confirmation screen. You can return to the trial writing screen by tapping [Back] and retry trial writing.

Note

If the Pen Grip Style is changed after Advanced Calibration, the gap in the position where pen is aimed and the written position cannot be corrected, therefore you have to re-perform the Advanced Calibration.

Using PDF Forms The Digital Paper device supports the following PDF forms, and input is possible by pen or touch (finger).

Check box

Radio button

Drop down list List box

Text field

Check box ( / ) Tap to switch the check box to On/Off.

Radio button ( / ) Tap to select a radio button.

Drop down list/ List box Tap to display the list.

Text field Tap to display the text input box and on-screen keyboard. Input text using the on-screen keyboard and tap [Save] to confirm the text input.

Text input box

On-screen keyboard

Tip This function is convenient for filling out

questionnaires and tallying on the computer.

Tap (ENTER) to insert a line feed in a text field where multiple lines can be input.

If the text field view area is small, the text is not displayed on the PDF of the Digital Paper device. However, input values are saved in the text input box and will be recognized as text. To confirm the input text, tap the text field to open the text input box.

Note

In PDF files with security settings enabled, input is possible only for the PDF forms and annotations where input is allowed in the Advanced Settings. For details, please check the manual of the PDF Viewer used.

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Using the [Note] Application You can create a note. Also, you can edit a note and insert/delete a page.

Creating a New Note There are two methods to create a new note:

Create a note from the list in [Note] or [Documents] tab.

Create a note in a specified folder from [Documents].

Tip Newly created notes will be saved as a PDF. Only a list of notes is displayed from [Note] in the

Home menu. In the detailed display, the file path is displayed on the second line where you can confirm the saved location.

Creating from the [Note] or [Documents] list

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Note] or tap the [All Documents] tab in [Documents].

The following screen is an example of note list.

Displays only the icon and filename

Displays the note details such as thumbnails Displays the path of the note on the second line.

[Create New Note]

Displays the File list for notes

2 Tap [Create New Note].

Notebook Template selection screen is displayed.

3 Select the template to be used and tap [OK].

A new note of 1 page will be created.

Creating by specifying a folder from [Documents]

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Folders] tab in [Documents].

Folder path view

[Folders] tab

[Create new note under current folder]

Folders/Files list

2 Tap the folder where note is to be saved.

You can go to other folders on tapping the displayed path of the folder. If you want to create a new folder to save the note, press the (Menu) button, and tap [Create New Folder] enter a folder name and then tap [OK].

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3 Tap [Create new note under current folder].

Notebook Template selection screen is displayed.

4 Select the template to be used and tap [OK].

A new note of 1 page will be created.

Tip If the check box for [Always use this template (Do

not display this dialog in future)] is set to On on the template selection screen, the selected template is reflected in the settings and the template selection screen is not displayed from the next time onwards when creating a note.

If you want to display the template selection screen, tap [Settings] [Application Preferences] [Note Template] from the application list, and select [Select a template every time (display a dialog when a new note is created)].

You can also set the template as a fixed template from the Settings menu beforehand (page 56).

Changing Filename of a Note A note is automatically named when created newly. However, you can later rename the note .

1 Open the note which you want to rename.

2 Press the (Menu) button and tap [Change File Name].

3 Enter the file name using the on-screen keyboard and tap [OK].

To change the file name from the notes list Tap & hold the note to change the file name, and tap [Rename] from Options menu.

Inserting a New Page to the Last Page of Note

1 Swipe the screen on the last page of the note or go to the last page from toolbar.

1 page is automatically added to the last page of note.

Inserting a Page in the Middle of the Note

1 Open the created note.

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2 Tap (More) [Insert New Page] on the toolbar.

A new page is inserted before the currently displayed page.

Deleting a Note Page

1 Tap (More) [Delete Current Page] on the toolbar.

2 Delete current page? Tap [Yes] on this screen.

Currently displayed page will be deleted.

Note

Be careful since the deleted page cannot be restored.

Setting the Notebook Template You can set a template beforehand when creating a new note.

1 Press the (Home) button and tap [Settings].

2 Tap [Application Preferences] [Notebook Template].

3 Tap the template to be used.

Note

If you set the type of template to be used at this screen, the template format for new notes gets fixed.

Tip If you want to display the template selection screen

each time a new note is created, tap [Display template option each time a note is created].

Adding Notebook Template You can use your favorite PDF as a template.

1 Connect the Digital Paper device to your computer with the supplied USB cable.

2 Save the PDF to be used as a template in the [note_template] folder in the internal memory of the device.

3 Press the (Home) button of the device and tap [Settings] [Application Preferences] [Note Template], then tap the saved PDF.

Note

Turn off password security for the PDF file to be used as a template. If adding annotations to the template PDF file is not allowed, users cannot add annotations to the notes created from the template.

Tip When adding a new page to the note, the first page

of PDF used as a template is added.

You can also use the Notebook Templates by downloading them from the product page of Digital Paper device. http://www.sony.com/digitalpapersupport

Selecting the Destination to Save the Note (Synchronization with Server) When creating a new note from the note list, if you specify the save destination as a folder from the network drive, then you can synchronize the created note (page 73).

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Using Screen Transfer You can project the screen of Digital Paper device on a computer. By using this function you can work while sharing the screen of Digital Paper device on the monitor during group work or conferences.

Note

The computer dedicated application and driver need to be installed when using the [Screen Transfer] function. For details, check the information provided on Digital Paper devices product page. http://www.sony.com/digitalpapersupport

1 Press the (Home) button on the device, tap [Settings] [System Management] [Screen Transfer], and check the check box.

2 Connect the device to your computer using the supplied USB cable.

3 Start the dedicated application DP Display Output installed on your computer.

Contents displayed on the Digital Paper device are displayed on the computer.

Note

It may take some time to display the contents of Digital Paper device on your computer.

Tip The [Screen Transfer] function allows you to charge

the device through your computer while operating the device.

When transferring documents, change the [Screen Transfer] settings to Off and remove the USB cable once. When the USB is connected to the computer again, [This device is correctly recognized by the

computer.] is displayed and transfer is possible. (Page 74)

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Setting up a Wi-Fi Network You must turn on the wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) network settings in the Digital Paper device to connect to the Wi-Fi network.

Tip Supported security methods are WEP, WPA/WPA2

PSK, and 802.1x EAP.

Wi-Fi status icons The following icons in the status bar indicate the status of the Wi-Fi connection.

Preparing to Set Up a Wi-Fi Connection Before connecting to a Wi-Fi access point, turn on [Wi-Fi] on the Digital Paper device.

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Settings] [Wireless Network Settings].

2 Tap [Wi-Fi] to check the check box.

A check indicates that [Wi-Fi] is turned on. Wi-Fi is turned on by default.

Tip Alternatively, you can tap the status bar tap [Wi-

Fi] to turn on the Wi-Fi (page 18).

Turn off [Wi-Fi] when it is not in use in order to extend the battery life of the device (page 72).

Tap [Wireless Standby] and set the check box on to extend the battery-usage time (page 72).

Selecting a Connection Type Depending on your Wi-Fi environment, connect to an access point via one of the following methods. The following questions will determine the most suitable case for setting the Wi-Fi network connection.

Internet

* WPS: Wi-Fi Protected Setup

Note

Customers shall be responsible to pay the applicable Internet connection and communication fees when using a Wi-Fi router.

Wireless communication exposes risks to wiretapping, manipulation and illegal invasion into the network. Unless absolutely necessary, Sony recommends

Network

Icon Status

Wi-Fi is activated. The number of bars indicates the Wi-Fi signal strength.

Wi-Fi is in standby mode (page 72).

There is no Wi-Fi access point.

The [Wi-Fi] setting is turned off.

Home Hotspot and Office

No Case B

No Case C

YES

YES

No1. Are you using a home or

office Wi-Fi connection?

2. Is your Wi-Fi router WPS*

compatible?

3. Does your Wi-Fi router

have a WPS button?

Case D

YES

Case A

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that you use safe security methods (WPA/WPA2- PSK, etc.) and avoid non secure or WEP access.

Case A

Connecting to a Wi-Fi router with a WPS button (page 59)

Case B

Connecting to a Wi-Fi router with WPS PIN input (page 59)

Case C

Connecting to a Wi-Fi router by selecting a network name (page 60)

Case D

Connecting to a public Wi-Fi network (page 60)

Other than case A to D (Manual setup)

Set up a Wi-Fi network connection manually when connecting to an access point for which the SSID is hidden (page 61).

Case A: Connecting to a Wi-Fi router with a WPS button The Digital Paper device is compatible with WPS (Wi- Fi Protected Setup), which lets you easily make a Wi- Fi connection using the WPS button on your WPS- compatible Wi-Fi router.

1 Turn on [Wi-Fi] on the device (page 58).

2 Tap [Wi-Fi Settings].

3 Tap [WPS Push-Button Configuration] [Start].

4 On your Wi-Fi router, press the WPS* button within 2 minutes.

The device automatically attempts to establish a Wi-Fi connection.

* The name of the button on your Wi-Fi router may vary.

WPS button

5 After the setup completion screen appears, tap [OK].

You can check the Wi-Fi connection status by the Wi-Fi icon on the status bar (page 58).

For details on Wi-Fi settings, see page 63.

Case B: Connecting to a Wi-Fi router with WPS PIN input If your WPS-compatible Wi-Fi router does not support push-button configuration, connect by using a PIN (Personal Identification Number).

1 Turn on [Wi-Fi] on the device (page 58).

2 Tap [Wi-Fi Settings].

3 Tap [Add Wi-Fi Network] [WPS PIN Method] [Start].

A PIN code will be shown on the screen of the device.

4 Enter the PIN code into your Wi-Fi router.

Refer to your Wi-Fi routers instruction manual for details.

5 Tap [OK] on the screen of the device.

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After a moment, the device connects to the Wi-Fi network automatically. You can check the Wi-Fi connection status by the Wi-Fi icon on the status bar (page 58).

For details on Wi-Fi settings, see page 63.

Case C: Connecting to a Wi-Fi router without WPS support Connect to one of the available Wi-Fi networks listed.

Note

Depending on the security method of the Wi-Fi router, a password may be required.

For an access point that is secured by 802.1x EAP, additional settings are required. For details, see Other than case A to D (page 61).

1 Turn on [Wi-Fi] on the device (page 58).

2 Tap [Wi-Fi Settings].

3 Tap [Scan].

The available access points are listed under [Wi- Fi Networks].

4 Tap your Wi-Fi routers SSID in the [Wi-Fi Networks] list.

For details on the Wi-Fi routers SSID, refer to your Wi-Fi routers instruction manual.

5 If prompted for a password, tap the input area and enter the password using the on-screen keyboard.

Perform steps 5-7 in Setting the proxy server (page 62) when setting up the proxy server settings in every Wi-Fi router.

Tip You can confirm the password to be entered by

turning on the [Show Password] settings.

6 Tap [Connect].

The device connects to the Wi-Fi network. You can check the Wi-Fi connection status by the Wi-Fi icon on the status bar (page 58).

For details on Wi-Fi settings, see page 63.

Case D: Connecting to a public Wi-Fi network Connect to one of the available public Wi-Fi networks.

Note

Connecting to a public Wi-Fi network may require a user ID and password. For details, contact the homepage, etc., of the Wi-Fi service provider.

1 Turn on [Wi-Fi] on the device (page 58).

2 Tap [Wi-Fi Settings].

Number Description

Network SSID (Service Set Identifier)

Security method

Secured Wi-Fi network. When connecting to the network, enter the

password. A password may also be called a WEP key, WPA key, encryption key, network key, etc.

Unsecured Wi-Fi network

Page indicator

Page turn icons

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3 Tap [Scan]

The available access points are listed under [Wi- Fi Networks].

4 Tap your Wi-Fi routers SSID in the [Wi-Fi Networks] list.

5 If prompted for a password, tap the input area and enter the password using the on-screen keyboard.

6 Tap [Connect].

The [Browser] application may start automatically to connect to a public access point. Otherwise, press the (Home) button, then tap [Browser].

7 Follow the instructions shown on the [Browser] screen to complete the Wi-Fi connection.

You can check the Wi-Fi connection status by the Wi-Fi icon on the status bar (page 58).

For details on Wi-Fi settings, see page 63.

Other than case A to D: Manually connecting to an unlisted access point When connecting to a Wi-Fi network in an office or group, check with the network administrator for details on installing the certification and proxy server settings. When connecting to a Wi-Fi network at home, it is not necessary to install certification, or perform proxy server settings. See Manually setting a Wi-Fi connection (page 62).

Installing the certification

Transfer and install the CA certificate and user certificate from the computer to the Digital Paper device. It only requires the user certificate to use TLS under 802.1x EAP.

1 Connect the Digital Paper device to your computer using the supplied USB cable. Then transfer the CA certificate and user certification to the root folder of internal memory.

To transfer the certification, see page 21.

2 Turn on [Wi-Fi] on the device (page 58).

3 Tap [Wi-Fi Settings].

4 Press the (Menu) button tap [Advanced].

5 Tap [Install certificates].

6 Tap the certificate that you want to install.

Number Description

Network SSID (Service Set Identifier)

Security method

Secured Wi-Fi network.

When connecting to the network, enter the password. A password may also be called a WEP key, WPA key, encryption key, network

key, etc.

Unsecured Wi-Fi network

Page indicator

Page turn icons

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7 When selecting the user certificate, enter the password using the on-screen keyboard, then tap [OK].

8 Enter the certification name using the on-screen keyboard, then tap [OK].

Press the (Back) button to close the settings.

Setting the proxy server

When connecting via proxy server, settings are necessary.

1 Turn on [Wi-Fi] on the device (page 58).

2 Tap [Wi-Fi Settings].

3 Tap your Wi-Fi routers SSID in the [Wi-Fi Networks] list.

If you select a connected Wi-Fi network , tap [Edit these network settings].

4 If prompted for a password, tap the input area and enter the password using the on-screen keyboard.

5 Tap [Use a proxy server].

The check box is checked.

[Use a proxy server]

[Address]

[Port]

6 Tap [Address] and input a valid address of the proxy server using the on-screen keyboard.

7 Tap [Port] and input a valid port number using the on-screen keyboard.

8 Tap [Connect].

If you have selected a connected Wi-Fi network in Step 3, tap [Save].

Manually setting a Wi-Fi connection

1 Turn on [Wi-Fi] on the device (page 58).

2 Tap [Wi-Fi Settings].

3 Tap [Add Wi-Fi Network].

4 Tap [Manual Registration].

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5 Register the settings.

The option items differ depending on the security method. For further setting information, contact the network administrator.

* Appears only when [802.1x EAP] in [Security Method] is selected.

6 Tap [Save].

The Digital Paper device connects to the wireless network. You can check the Wi-Fi connection status by the Wi-Fi icon on the status bar (page 58).

For details on Wi-Fi settings, see page 63.

General notes on Wi-Fi connectivity Tap the network SSID (network identifier) in the [Wi-

Fi Networks] list to view the connection information.

Before setting the Wi-Fi network connection, refer to the instructions of the Wi-Fi router, and check the SSID and security method.

You can configure up to 20 Wi-Fi network connections.

The device does not support certain custom Wi-Fi network security systems. For details, refer to your Wi-Fi routers instruction manual.

If you change the password of the connected Wi-Fi router, enter the new password and reconnect it.

To use a static IP address, press the (Menu) button in [Wi-Fi Settings] tap [Advanced] tap [Use Static IP]. Select the option and enter the address. When the setting is completed, press the

(Back) button to return to [Wi-Fi Settings]. Do not change this setting unless instructed to by a network administrator, as the Wi-Fi network connection may not be established correctly.

If the SSID is hidden on the Wi-Fi router, it will not be displayed in the [Wi-Fi Networks] list of the device. In this case, manually set up the Wi-Fi network.

The access point may filter access by MAC address. Check the MAC address by pressing the (Home) button tap [Settings] [About] [Device Information], then register the MAC address with the access point to establish a Wi-Fi connection.

To check the network speed and security method for the connected Wi-Fi network, press the (Menu) button in [Wi-Fi Settings] tap [Connection Information].

An access point, once configured, can be connected to again simply by tapping it in the [Wi-Fi Networks] list and tapping [Connect].

Item Description

[SSID] Enters the SSID (Service Set Identifier), using the on-screen keyboard.

[Security Method]

Selects the security method corresponding to the Wi-Fi router.

[EAP method]* Selects the authentication method.

[Phase 2 authentication]*

Selects Phase 2 authentication.

[CA certificate]* Selects the CA certificate.

[User certificate]*

Selects the user certificate when [TLS] is selected in [EAP method].

[Identity]* Enters the user ID using the on-screen

keyboard.

[Anonymous identity]*

Enters an anonymous user ID using the on-screen keyboard when [PEAP] is

selected in [EAP method].

[Password] When connecting to a secured Wi-Fi network, enter the password using the

on-screen keyboard. A password may also be called a WEP key, WPA key, encryption key, network key, etc. It is

not necessary to enter the password when [TLS] is selected in [EAP method].

[Show

Password]

You can confirm the password to be

entered by turning on the setting.

[Use a proxy server]

You can input the [Address] and [Port] by turning on the setting.

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Using the Network Drive By using the WebDAV protocol, you can access a specific network drive to synchronize documents between the Digital Paper device and the network drive, or transfer documents from the device to the network drive. Connect to a Wi-Fi network beforehand (page 58).

Setting the Network Drive You can set the log in information, On/Off of Auto Sync, and download destination. Check with the network administrator for setup information.

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Settings] [Server Settings].

2 Tap [Network Drive Settings].

3 Tap [Server Settings] tap the input area and enter each item using the on-screen keyboard.

*1 Server name Enter the URL name beginning with https: or http:.

*2 Port Number (Reference) In general, when you access a server through http:, specify 80 as the port number, and when you access a server through https:, specify 443. When connecting to a WebDAV server, check with the server administrator for details.

*3 Relative path under the server URL Specify the relative path of the folder under the server URL.

Input / to configure the Destination Folder.

Input /user1 to configure the sync folder.

4 Tap [OK] when the setting is finished.

5 Tap [Auto Sync], then select [On] or [Off].

When [Auto Sync] is set to [On], the Digital Paper device and network drive are synchronized about every 90 minutes.

6 Tap [Download Destination] and then select the download destination of the file synchronized with the network drive.

When setting [SD Card] as the destination, insert a microSD card beforehand.

Tip If you change [Server Settings] or [Download

Destination], the previous synchronized documents

Item Description

[Server] Enters the URL of the network drive.*1

[Port] Enters the port number.*2

[Login name] Enters the username to log in the

network drive.

[Password] Enters the password to log in the

network drive.

[Sync folder (path on the

server)]

Enters the sync folder (relative path*3) for the network drive.

[Destination folder (path on

the server)]

Enters the destination folder (relative path*3) when transferring to the

network drive.

Item Description

If the server configuration is as follows:

/ Destination Folder

/user1 sync folder

/user2

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will be deleted. Before changing it, synchronize the documents in the Digital Paper device with the network drive.

Synchronizing the Digital Paper Device with the Network Drive A document added/refreshed/deleted and then

synchronized in the Digital Paper device will be added/refreshed/deleted in the network drive.

A document added and then synchronized in the network drive will be added in the Digital Paper device.

If a document is refreshed or deleted in the network drive and then synchronized, the change will not be reflected in the Digital Paper device. When refreshing or deleting a document, perform the action in the Digital Paper device.

1 Connect to the Wi-Fi network.

2 Press the (Home) button tap [Documents].

3 Tap [Folders] and select [Storage] in folder path view select a network.

Folder path view

Sync icon

4 Tap (Sync).

The documents in the folders of the Digital Paper device and the network drive are synchronized. The status or result of synchronization is displayed in the status bar (page 18). To check for detailed information, tap the status bar to display the notification window.

Tip When [Auto Sync] is set to [On], the Digital Paper

device and the network drive is synchronized automatically (page 64).

Note

Folder names and file names are not case-sensitive for the synchronization. (Example: aaa.pdf and AAA.pdf are considered to be the same file) Therefore, in the synchronized folder of the network drive, do not create folders or files that are case- sensitive (upper/lower case).

If you use punctuation below for the folder name or file name, it may fail to synchronize. :(colon), ;(semicolon), / (slash), \(backslash), | (pipe), ,(comma), * (asterisk), ?(question mark), (quotation mark), <,>(angle brackets)

Cancel the synchronization

1 Tap (Cancel Sync) during the synchronization.

To cancel auto synchronization, press the (Home) button tap [Documents] (Cancel Sync).

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Opening a Synchronized Document in the Digital Paper Device You can open a synchronized document from [Documents] in the Digital Paper device.

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Documents].

2 Tap the document you want to open.

The document opens. For more details on opening a document, see page 30.

Tip You can open the document from [All Documents]

and [Folders].

For details on document lists, see page 23. For details on the page control, see page 31.

Deleting a Synchronized Document When a synchronized document is deleted in the Digital Paper device, the document is deleted from the network drive the next time synchronization is performed.

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Documents].

2 Tap and hold the document you want to delete and tap [Delete] from the option menu.

The confirmation screen is displayed.

3 Tap [Yes].

Tip When deleting multiple documents at one time,

press the (Menu) button tap [Delete]. For details, see page 28.

A document deleted and synchronized in the network drive will not be deleted in the Digital Paper device.

Using Menu Items You can transfer or delete a document when you press the (Menu) button on the synchronized documents list. For more details on the menu items, see page 25. Also, if you tap and hold a document to display the option menu, you can select how to open the document or rename it. For more details on the option menu, see page 25.

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Browser The Digital Paper device has a Web browser that enables you to visit Web pages and download PDF files. Connect to the Wi-Fi network beforehand (page 58).

Browsing the Web

1 Connect to the Wi-Fi network.

2 Press the (Home) button tap [Browser].

3 Navigate to a Web page.

Tap (Bookmarks) tap a Web page, or Tap the URL box and type the URL address

using the on-screen keyboard, and tap [Go].

4 Browse the Web page.

Swipe your finger or use the stylus on the touchscreen to scroll up/down a Web page.

Tap and drag to move the view area. Press the (Back) button to return to the

previous Web page.

Note

You must agree to the terms and conditions before using the [Browser] application. Please read the terms and conditions carefully. When you tap [Accept], the [Browser] application opens.

Tip To return to your last read document, press the

(Menu) button tap [Return to Viewer].

Zooming in on the Web Pinch out to zoom in.

Pinch in to zoom out.

Double-tap to fit the page to the window size. To exit zoom mode, pinch in or double tap again. If scrolled while in zoom mode, the zoom buttons are shown at the bottom-left of the screen.

Downloading When you click a download link, the item will be downloaded onto the device. Only the PDF files (.pdf) can be downloaded.

1 Tap the link on the Web page.

Downloaded files are stored in [Documents].

Tip You can also tap and hold the link tap [Save Link]

to download a linked file.

Viewing download progress You can check the download progress and result.

1 Check the download progress by the icon on the status bar.

Tap the status bar to open the notification window (page 18). The document currently downloading is listed under [Ongoing]. Documents that have been downloaded or failed to download are listed under [Notifications].

To return to the Web page, press the (Back) button.

Canceling a download You can cancel a download that is currently in progress.

1 While downloading a document, press the (Menu) button tap [Downloads].

The download history opens. You can also tap the status bar tap the item currently downloading under [Ongoing].

2 Tap and hold the document to cancel tap [Cancel Download], or press the (Menu) button tap [Cancel All Downloads].

To return to the Web page, press the (Back) button.

Opening a downloaded file You can view files downloaded from a Web page. Downloaded files are stored in [Documents].

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1 While viewing a Web page, press the (Menu) button tap [Downloads].

2 Tap the file to open, or tap and hold the document tap [Open].

The file opens.

Deleting a downloaded file You can delete downloaded files from the Digital Paper device.

1 While viewing a Web page, press the (Menu) button tap [Downloads].

2 Tap and hold the document to delete tap [Delete].

The confirmation screen is displayed.

3 Tap [OK].

The document is deleted from the Digital Paper device.

Using Multiple Windows

Opening a new window

1 While viewing a Web page, press the (Menu) button, tap [Windows] [New Window].

Up to 3 windows can be open at one time. If [New Window] is not displayed, tap [Close] to close a currently open window.

Opening a link page in a new window You can open a link page in a new window without closing the current window.

1 Tap and hold a link tap [Open in New Window].

The link opens in a new window.

Up to 3 windows can be open at one time. You cannot open a new window if 3 windows are currently open.

Changing the browser window in view When you have more than one browser window open, you can change the window in view.

1 While viewing a Web page, press the (Menu) button tap [Windows].

2 Select the window you want to view.

Closing the browser window You can close browser windows.

1 When viewing a Web page, press the (Menu) button tap [Windows].

2 Tap [Close].

The window is closed.

Tip When all windows are closed, the browser home

page is automatically opened.

Bookmarks and History

Bookmarking a Web page You can bookmark your favorite Web pages to review them quickly.

1 Visit the Web page that you want to bookmark.

2 Add the current site to the bookmarks.

Press the (Menu) button tap [Add Bookmark], or

Tap (Bookmarks) next to the URL box tap [Add bookmark...].

3 If you want to change the name, tap the input area under [Name] and enter a new name using the on-screen keyboard.

4 Tap [OK].

The current Web page is added to the bookmark list.

Opening a bookmarked Web page You can quickly return to your favorite Web pages using bookmarks.

1 When viewing a Web page, tap (Bookmarks) next to the URL box.

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The bookmark list opens.

2 Tap the Web page to open.

Editing a bookmark You can change a bookmark name or address (URL) if necessary.

1 When viewing a Web page, tap (Bookmarks) next to the URL box.

The bookmark list opens.

2 Tap and hold the bookmark to edit tap [Edit Bookmark].

3 Tap the input area under [Name]/[Location] and change the name/URL using the on-screen keyboard.

4 Tap [OK].

To return to the Web page, press the (Back) button.

Deleting bookmarks You can remove bookmarks from the bookmark list.

1 When viewing a Web page, tap (Bookmarks) next to the URL box.

The bookmark list opens.

2 Tap and hold the bookmark to remove tap [Delete Bookmark].

3 Tap [OK].

The bookmark is removed from the list. To return to the Web page, press the (Back) button.

Opening a previously visited Web page You can view a list of Web pages that you have previously visited.

1 When viewing a Web page, tap (Bookmarks) next to the URL box.

2 Tap [History].

A list of Web pages that you have previously visited opens.

3 Tap the document to open in the browser.

Deleting browsing history You can remove entries from the browsing history.

1 When viewing a Web page, tap (Bookmarks) next to the URL box.

2 Tap [History].

A list of Web pages that you have previously visited opens.

3 Tap and hold the entry to remove from the list tap [Remove from History].

To return to the Web page, press the (Back) button.

Tip You can delete all the browsing history by pressing

the (Menu) button tapping [Clear History] in Step 3.

Browser Settings You can change the following browser settings to your preference. When viewing a Web page, press the

(Menu) button and tap [Settings] to change the settings.

Setting Description

[Default Zoom] Sets the default zoom ratio. [Medium] is set by default.

[Open Pages in

Overview]

Opens the page scaled to the window

size. Enabled by default.

[Text Encoding] Sets the default text encoding. [Unicode (UTF-8)] is set by default. The

browser supports the following encodings: Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1)

Unicode (UTF-8)

[Block Pop-up Windows]

Blocks pop-up windows. Enabled by default.

[Load Images] Loads images on a Web page. Enabled by default.

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To return to the Web page you were browsing, press the (Back) button.

Using Menu Items Below is a list of option items available when you press the (Menu) button from a browser window.

[Auto-fit Pages] Formats Web pages to the window size.

Enabled by default.

[Enable JavaScript]

Enables JavaScript. Enabled by default.

[Set Home Page]

Sets the default Web page to display as the home page.

[Page

Information]

Displays the details of a Web page.

[Clear Cache] Empties the cache.

[Clear History] Deletes the browsing history.

[Accept Cookies]

Accepts cookies from Web pages. Enabled by default.

[Clear All

Cookie Data]

Removes all cookies.

[Remember Form Data]

Allows the browser to remember the search and form history. Enabled by

default.

[Clear Form Data]

Empties the search and form history.

[Remember Passwords]

Allows the browser to remember entered passwords. Enabled by default.

[Clear

Passwords]

Deletes passwords saved by the

browser.

[Reset to Default]

Restores the default settings, and deletes all browser data.

[Points to note when using

Internet Browser]

Displays the terms and conditions of use of the browser.

Setting Description

Option Description

[Browse Home] Displays the home page (page 69).

[Refresh]/

[Stop]

Refreshes the content displayed on a

Web page. While refreshing, [Stop] will be displayed, and you can stop the refreshing.

[Forward] Advances to a previously viewed page.

[Return to Viewer]

Closes the [Browser] application and returns to the last read page of your last

read document.

[Windows] Opens the window list (page 68).

[Add

Bookmark]

Bookmarks a Web page (page 68).

[Page Information]

Opens the page information.

[Downloads] Opens the download history (page 67).

[Settings] Changes the browser settings (page 69).

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Using ShareFile You can use the ShareFile application on the Digital Paper device. For details about ShareFile, visit the following URL: http://www.sharefile.com

Enabling ShareFile

1 Press the (Home) button tap [Settings].

2 Tap [Application Preferences] [Enable ShareFile].

3 Select [Enable] and tap [OK].

The [ShareFile] icon appears on the [Home] screen and enables you to use ShareFile.

Using the ShareFile Application

1 Press the (Home) button tap [ShareFile].

The application launches, and the ShareFile screen is displayed. Follow the instructions on the screen to operate ShareFile.

Note

If you perform [Reset Device], the ShareFile setting returns to [Disable].

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Changing the Settings

Changing the Settings The [Settings] application allows you to personalize the Digital Paper device, set the date and time, configure the Wi-Fi connection, and other device settings.

General Setting

Wireless Network Settings

Server Settings

Network Drive Settings

Settings

Setting Description

[User Name] Sets the user name to help identify the user of the Digital Paper device, and the author name of an

annotation. The user name will be shown in the top-right corner of the [Home]

screen.

Tip When [Limit Editing Annotations]

(page 51) is set to On, be sure to set the user name here.

Setting Description

[Wi-Fi] Turns Wi-Fi on/off (page 58).

[Wireless Standby] Wireless standby helps avoid

unnecessary battery consumption caused by wireless communication. If you do not perform any wireless

operations for more than 10 minutes, the wireless feature automatically enters standby mode.

Note

Accessing the [Browser] application from wireless standby mode takes more time than

accessing when the Digital Paper device is connected to the wireless network.

If you deactivate wireless standby, the Digital Paper device retains a wireless connection at all times,

resulting in higher battery consumption.

[Wi-Fi Settings] Wi-Fi settings enable the Digital

Paper device to use local Wi-Fi networks to connect to the Internet (page 58).

Setting Description

[Server Settings] Sets the network drive settings

(page 64). Check with the network administrator for setup information.

Tip If you change [Server Settings], the

previous synchronized documents

in the network drive will be deleted. Before changing, it is recommended to synchronize the

documents in the Digital Paper device with the network drive.

[Auto Sync] Sets Auto Sync to [On] or [Off]. When

[Auto Sync] is set to [On], the Digital Paper device and network drive are synchronized about every 90

minutes.

Setting Description

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Application Preferences

Date & Time Settings

Tip When the Wi-Fi connection is turned on, the Digital

Paper devices time setting is adjusted automatically.

[Download

Destination]

Sets the destination for

synchronized documents downloaded from the browser. Select either [Internal Memory] or

[SD Card].

Note

If you change the destination, the documents in the previous save

destination will be deleted. Sony recommends that you synchronize the documents in the

Digital Paper device with the network drive, before changing the save destination.

[Clear Settings] Deletes the network server settings.

Note

If you select [Clear Settings], all the files in the Digital Paper device

synchronized with the network drive will be deleted.

Setting Description

[Documents] Sets preferences for all documents. [Refresh Display]: Refreshes the display at each page turn.

[Limit Editing Annotations]: Set to On if you want to limit the editing or erasing of annotations created

under other user names. [Toolbar Position]: Sets the toolbar setting to left or right.

Tip The toolbar is displayed at the left

side of the screen by default. Left- handed people may prefer to display the toolbar at the right side

of the screen.

[Enable Web Browser]

Sets whether to enable the Web browser.

[Browser Settings] Sets the browser preferences.

[Download Destination for

Web Browser]

Sets the destination for files downloaded from the browser.

Select [Internal Memory] or [SD Card].

Setting Description

[Notebook

Template]

Selects a note template used when

creating a new note. You can select only one template.

Tip You can add your favorite PDF file

as a template (page 56).

You can set [Select a template every time (display a dialog when a new note is created)] and select a

template from the list when creating a new note.

[Settings for

Destination of Saving Note]

As a destination for saving a newly

created note, you can specify a folder from the network drive.

Tip You can specify the folder only

when the use for the network drive has been set.

[Enable ShareFile] Sets whether to enable the ShareFile application. Select [Enable] to use the application from the [Home]

screen.

Setting Description

[Date] Sets the date.

[Time] Sets the time.

[24-Hour Format] Checks to display time in 24 hour- format.

[Time Zone] Sets the time zone.

[Time Server] Selects NTP Server used to match the clock of the Digital Paper device.

[Public Time Server]: Publicly available NTP Server [Input the Server Address]: Any NTP

Server (input the address manually)

Note

Setup a Wi-Fi network beforehand (page 58).

Setting Description

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System Management

* A computer specific application needs to be installed when using the [Screen Transfer] function. For details, please check the information provided on Digital Paper devices product page. http://www.sony.com/digitalpapersupport

Initialization

Setting Description

[Screen Transfer]* When [Screen Transfer] is set to On, you can view the screen of the

Digital Paper device on the computer display if the device is connected to the computer via USB cable.

Note

Note that when sending documents from the computer and the Digital Paper device via

USB cable, the connection can be established only when the [Screen Transfer] is set to Off.

Tip You can operate the Digital Paper

device while charging it via computer by using this function.

[Device Lock] You can set between 1 to 20

alphanumeric characters and symbols as a password to lock your device (page 14).

[Internal Memory Encryption]

Encrypts the internal memory of the device. When the internal memory

encryption is set to On, you must enter your memory encrypted password when turning On the

device (page 15).

[Pen Settings] [Pen Grip Style]:

Selects the style that is closest to the way you hold your stylus. [Advanced Calibration]:

Adjusts positioning between the written line and the stylus tip (page 52).

[Pen Button Settings]: Set [Highlight active]/[Eraser active]/ [Button inactive (handwriting only)]

when the stylus button is pressed and dragged. If the button is set to Off, only

handwriting is enabled even when the button is pressed. The initial settings are [Eraser active].

[Eraser Animation]: Sets whether to display a circle as the range of erasing when using the

eraser (page 45).

[Update Software] Checks the software update information for the device.

Setting Description

[Reset Device] Formats the internal memory and resets all settings.

Note

Resetting initializes the internal

memory. After formatting, the device will

shut down.

[Reset Device to Use Solution Only]

Changes the device to Solution Only settings.

Note

Resetting initializes the internal

memory. After formatting, the device will

shut down.

Setting Description

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About

Device Shutdown Enables you to shut down (turn off) the device.

[Clear Keyboard

History]

Deletes words registered to the on-

screen keyboard history.

[Format Memory] Allows you to format the Digital Paper devices internal memory or

the microSD card.

Note

If you have formatted the device or microSD card on your computer,

the device may not be able to display transferred content. In this case, use the devices [Format

Memory] function to reformat the device and your microSD card.

Please note that the internal

memory data will be deleted on formatting the internal memory and microSD memory card.

Tip Before formatting, make sure to

back up data you wish to keep to a computer.

Setting Description

[Device Information]

Displays the device details including the memory capacity and MAC address in use.

[Legal Information]

Displays trademark and copyright information.

[Regulatory

Information]

Displays the information below.

The Declaration of Conformity (DoC) logo and the FCC Identifier (FCC ID) based on the FCC Rules

The VCCI mark based on RULES FOR VOLUNTARY CONTROL MEASURES

The marks and registration numbers of the radio wave and radio communication acts

[End User License Agreement]

Displays the terms and conditions on use of the device.

Setting Description

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Tips Troubleshooting tips may help you quickly resolve technical issues.

1 Charge the Digital Paper device completely.

2 Restart the device.

Press the (Power) button to restart the device.

3 Reset the device.

Press the RESET button with a small pin or clip. Screen becomes static.

Press the (Power) button to restart the device and display the [Home] screen.

Note

Bookmarks, highlights, sticky notes or setting information may be deleted by resetting.

Do not push the RESET button with a breakable point, such as the lead of a mechanical pencil. It can block the RESET button.

Re-attaching the Stylus Holder If the stylus holder becomes detached, re-attach it as illustrated below.

Replacing the Tip The effectiveness of the supplied tip differs from that of the attached tip. Sony recommends replacing the tip when it becomes shorter than 1.5 mm (1/16 inch). Replacement tips and a tip puller are supplied with the Digital Paper device.

1 Pinch the tip firmly with the supplied tip puller, then pull it out squarely.

2 Check the orientation of the replacement tip, pinch it with the tip puller, then push it squarely into the stylus.

3 Push the tip firmly with your finger.

Note

Keep out of reach of children, as the tip may be swallowed. If the stylus is in your mouth, the stylus tip or the button may fall out.

Pressing on the tip with excessive pressure will wear it out more quickly.

Other Information

Replacing the tip when it

becomes shorter than

1.5 mm (1/16 inch)

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Tip Replace the stylus tip periodically to prevent

damage to the Digital Paper device and maintain smooth operation.

If you have used the supplied replacement tips, new stylus tips are sold separately.

Digital Paper Device

Power On/Off

The Digital Paper device will not turn on.

The device cannot be operated if connected to your computer and set to transfer data. Use the Safely Remove Hardware function of your computer, and then disconnect the USB cable from the device.

Moisture condensation may have occurred. Wait for a few hours, then turn it on.

If the battery is completely depleted, you may not be able to turn on the device. Charge the device by connecting it to the supplied AC adapter or your computer via the supplied USB cable, and the device will turn on.

If the device still does not turn on, press the (Power) button.

If the Charge indicator blinks red 3 times upon pressing the (Power) button, it shows that the device battery is completely depleted. To charge the device, insert the supplied USB cable into the micro USB port and connect it to the supplied AC adapter, or connect the device to a computer using the supplied USB cable.

If the battery is completely depleted, it may take up to 5 minutes for the device to turn on.

The Digital Paper device automatically enters sleep mode or turns off.

To conserve the batterys charge, the device includes automatic power saving modes. The device will enter sleep mode after 1 hour of inactivity. After 3 days* in sleep mode, it will shut down/power off automatically.

* If the batterys charge is low, the device may automatically turn off within 3 days.

Battery

Cannot charge the Digital Paper device.

If you use equipment other than the supplied USB cable or AC adapter to charge the device, it may not charge correctly. We do not guarantee the performance and safety of the device. To charge the device, use only the supplied USB cable, or the supplied AC adapter (page 8).

If you are charging from the USB port on your computer, make sure that the device is connected directly to the USB port with the supplied USB cable. If you connect the computer using a USB hub, we do not guarantee the performance of the device.

The battery has not been given enough time to fully charge. Charge the device until the icon changes to the icon. (The charge icon does not indicate the remaining battery power while charging.)

If you are charging from a USB port on your computer, your computer must be turned on to charge the device. The device will not be charged if your computer enters sleep mode, standby mode or hibernation. Keep your computer turned on with a stable and continuous power supply while charging the device.

When you set [Screen Transfer] to On and charge the device by connecting the device to your computer via USB cable, check if the dedicated driver is installed onto the computer (page 57). The device cannot be charged through the computer if the installation of the driver is not completed.

If your computer enters sleep mode while the device is connected and charging, the device batterys charge will gradually drain, the device will shut down and its battery will not charge. In this case, disconnect the USB cable from the device, wake the computer from sleep mode, then reconnect the USB cable to the device.

Your computer may not be supplying sufficient power. If you connect the device to your laptop computer, maintain a stable and continuous power supply to the laptop computer while charging the device.

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Charge the device within the recommended temperature range of 5 C to 35 C (41 F to 95 F). If the room is too hot or cold, disconnect the USB cable from the device, adjust the room temperature, then reconnect the USB cable to charge the device.

Battery life seems short.

The device may not have been fully charged. Make sure that you charge it until changes to .

The operating temperature is below 5 C (41 F). This is due to the battery characteristics and not a malfunction.

The device requires power while in sleep mode. If you are not planning to use the device, turn it off instead of leaving it in sleep mode.

If you are not browsing on the Web, exit [Browser] by pressing the (Home) button.

The device battery gradually discharges when not in use for a prolonged period of time. Before turning on the device after the device has not been used for a long time, recharge it.

Turn off the Wi-Fi function (page 58) when not using the network or turn on [Wireless Standby] (page 72).

If you are charging the device during data transfer and the computer enters sleep mode, standby mode or hibernation, the device will be unable to charge, and the battery may drain. Confirm that your computer turns on and charging is complete before you transfer documents.

The hours of continuous battery-usage time specified in the catalog, Web site, and user guide, are based on the assumed frequency of use. Hours of continuous battery-usage time will vary in accordance with the usage environment and the frequency of use. High frequency of manual input (handwriting) particularly shortens the battery-usage time. (page 86)

Touchscreen

The Digital Paper device does not wake up or start immediately.

When using the device in an environment that is too cold, the screen may change at a slower speed. Use the device within the recommended

temperature range of 5 C (41 F) to 35 C (95 F) to retain the normal state of the display.

The screen is not displayed.

Restart the device (page 76).

Characters are not displayed.

Some user-defined characters or special symbols may not be displayed.

The touchscreen responds slowly.

If the touchscreen becomes dirty, it may not function correctly. Clean the touchscreen with a soft cloth, such as a cleaning cloth for eyeglasses.

Cannot pinch in or out.

The touchscreen may not respond if things other than two fingers are in contact with the screen.

The stylus tip position and written line are offset.

Check the pen grip style settings. Press the (Home) button, tap [Settings] [System Management] [Pen Settings] [Pen Grip Style] to adjust the setting (page 51).

Adjust the position of the stylus tip. Press the (Home) button, tap [Settings] [System Management] [Pen Settings] [Advanced Calibration] to adjust the setting (page 52).

Wireless Connectivity

Wi-Fi connection

The Digital Paper device does not connect to the Wi- Fi network.

Check the remaining battery level. When the battery level is too low, the network feature does not turn on. Charge the device for a few minutes, then try again.

Make sure that Wi-Fi is turned on and check the signal strength of the access point.

Tap [Wi-Fi Settings] [Scan] to select an available access point.

Make sure that the security method (WEP, WPA/ WPA2 PSK, 802.1x EAP), the static IP address and the proxy settings are correct.

Check that the access point supports the security method of the device. Also, check the encryption key of the access point.

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Public Wi-Fi networks may require a user ID and password. In this case, you must enter the correct user ID and password to establish a network connection.

The access point has the MAC address filter enabled. To check the MAC address, press the (Home) button tap [Settings] [About] [Device Information]. Make sure that this MAC address is accepted by the access point.

The Wi-Fi network settings of the access point are not correct. Adjust the settings as described in the manuals that came with the access point and in any information provided by the network administrator.

The device is too far from the access point. Move it closer to the access point.

Obstacles such as walls, metal or concrete between the device and an access point may adversely affect the connection. Try moving the device to a different location.

There is other equipment nearby using the 2.4 GHz frequency band (such as a cordless phone, a microwave oven, or Bluetooth computer equipment). Turn off the Wi-Fi function of other equipment, or move this device away.

The Wi-Fi network service is temporarily not available or degraded. Check with the network administrator for the status.

Cannot find the access point in the Wi-Fi networks list.

If the access point is set to not broadcast its SSID (Service Set Identifier) to users (stealth setting), the access point may not be shown on the Wi-Fi network list. Tap [Add Wi-Fi Network] and enter the SSID manually (page 62).

Network drive

Cannot find the destination.

Check the network connection (page 78).

There is a problem with the Destination folder (path on the server) or network drive. Check with the network administrator.

When selecting [Reply], the Digital Paper device identifies the sender by the file name automatically. Check that the destination name included in the file name is in the Destination folder list (page 26).

Browser

A Web page is not displayed properly.

The Wi-Fi network connection may have been interrupted. Make sure that Wi-Fi is turned on and set up correctly, check the signal strength of the access point, then refresh the Web page.

Due to the vast range of standards and technologies used to design Web pages, it is not possible to guarantee that all pages will be displayed correctly.

When you zoom in/out a Web page, the screen may be too bright to read. This is not a malfunction.

Reading Documents

Cannot open a document.

The document may be an unsupported file type. For details on supported file types, see page 87.

[Return to Viewer] does not work, or the bookmark is missing.

If the file status has changed (such as in the case below), data under [Return to Viewer] or notes may be deleted. A PDF file is edited.

Cannot find content on the Digital Paper device.

If you have formatted the device on your computer, the device may not be able to display transferred content. In this case, use the devices [Format Memory] function to reformat the device (page 74).

Do not delete the [database], [.dps_device_system], or [note_template] folder on the [DPT-S1] drive when the device is connected to the computer. When using a microSD card, do not delete the [PRIVATE/SONY/Digital_Paper] folder on the microSD card. If you edit the above folders, documents or notes may get deleted.

Cannot annotate documents

When a document is protected (page 41) or opened as read-only, you cannot annotate, comment, edit, save, or delete the document.

The document is opened as read-only in following cases. The file is read-only.

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For PDF files where annotating is set to forbidden in the security settings; (Protected) appears at the beginning of the PDF file name on the device and you cannot add any annotation on that file.

The internal memory or the microSD card has less free space.

The remaining battery charge is too low.

The text in the scanned documents (images on the entire page) or the documents in which font information is not embedded cannot be highlighted.

Cannot edit or delete annotations

When [Limit Editing Annotations] is set to On, you cannot edit or delete other users annotations (page 51).

Cannot open sticky notes using the stylus

To open a sticky note, tap it with your finger. Alternatively, set to the sticky note mode (Sticky Note (Handwriting)/Sticky Note (Text)) on the toolbar, then tap it with your finger or stylus.

Connecting to Your Computer

The computer does not detect the Digital Paper device.

It may take a while for the computer to detect the device.

Make sure that the device is connected directly to the USB port with the supplied USB cable. Do not use a USB hub.

When [Settings] [System Management] [Screen Transfer] on the [Home] screen is turned on, the computer cannot recognize the device even if the USB cable is connected to the computer. Turn off [Screen Transfer], remove the USB cable, and reconnect the device and the computer via USB cable. (page 74)

Try connecting to a different USB port on the computer.

Try disconnecting the device and connecting it again.

Restart the device if the issue is not resolved with the above settings (page 76).

Cannot transfer content to the Digital Paper device.

There may not be enough space on the internal memory of the device or the microSD card. Check [About] for the amount of free space on the internal memory (page 75). Delete some content to make some space on the device or memory card.

microSD Card

The Digital Paper device cannot detect a microSD card, or cannot open an item stored on a microSD card.

If you have formatted the microSD card on the computer, the device may not be able to display transferred content. Use the device to format the microSD card (page 74).

It may take a while for the device to detect the microSD card and load all files stored on it. Wait a little longer after inserting the microSD card into the card slot.

Make sure that the microSD card is supported by the device (page 84).

Make sure that the microSD card is inserted properly (page 14).

Make sure that the gold contact point of the microSD card and the card slot are clean. If dirty or dusty, clean them carefully.

Cannot move a document to the microSD card.

You cannot move a document directly from the internal memory to a microSD card. Connect the Digital Paper device to a computer, then move the document via the computer.

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Precautions

Safety Information

Handling the Digital Paper device If the device causes interference to radio or

television reception, turn the device off and move it away from the radio or television.

Refrain from using the device according to the in- flight announcements during take off or landing in an aircraft.

When you put the device into a bag, make sure no objects with sharp or hard edges come into direct contact with the device.

When you carry the device, it is recommended to use the supplied sleeve case.

Do not drop, or put any heavy object on top of the device or apply a strong shock to the device. It may cause a malfunction or damage.

Never subject the device to extremes of light, temperature, moisture or vibration.

If part of the device that generates heat contacts your skin for a prolonged period, you may suffer from symptom of burn, such as redness, swelling, even if temperature is moderate. Avoid prolonged contact, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Do not leave the device on an unstable surface.

Do not poke people using the supplied stylus.

Do not treat or use the supplied stylus roughly, such as bending it, or scratching the touchscreen with it.

Use the supplied stylus only for touchscreen operations.

Do not use the stylus if it is damaged or deformed.

Do not subject the stylus to shock or vibration.

Do not apply any excessive pressure to the stylus tip and stylus button during operation.

Do not keep the stylus tip pressed while the stylus is not in use.

Do not locate the stylus close to a magnet.

If any object is placed on the touchscreen, it may cause a malfunction. When not in use, leave the device in sleep mode, or turn it off.

When using the device internationally, it is your responsibility to ensure that it is used in compliance with the following specifications:

AC voltage

Wireless products regulations

Other safety regulations or requirements

Be sure not to short-circuit the terminals of the device with metallic objects.

Never leave the device exposed to high temperature, such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight.

Connect the AC adapter to an easily accessible AC outlet. Should you notice an abnormality in the AC adapter, disconnect it from the AC outlet.

Avoiding water and moisture Note that condensation may form temporarily in

cases such as when the player is moved quickly from a low-temperature environment to a high temperature environment or used in a room that has a heater just turned on. Condensation creates a phenomenon where moisture in the air adheres to surfaces such as metal panels, etc., and then changes to liquid. If condensation forms in the device, leave it turned off until the condensation disappears. If you use the device with condensation present, a malfunction may result.

The Digital Paper device is not waterproof. Remember to follow the precautions below.

Be careful not to drop the device into a sink or other container filled with water.

Do not use the device in humid locations or bad weather, such as in the rain or snow.

Do not get the device wet. If you touch the device with wet hands, or put it in a damp article of clothing, the device may get wet and this may cause a malfunction.

Charging the Digital Paper device Heat may build up in the device while charging, or if

it is used for an extended period of time.

Use the supplied USB cable or the AC adapter only. Do not use any other USB cable or AC adapter.

Never wrap the device in anything when it is being charged. Heat build-up in the device may cause malfunction or damage.

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If the battery lasts only half the normal time even after being fully charged, it may be reaching the end of its life.

Cleaning the Digital Paper device Clean the device with a soft cloth, such as a

cleaning cloth for eyeglasses. Make sure that there is no dust or dirt on the soft cloth, as the device may be damaged.

Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent, such as alcohol or benzene, as it may mar the finish of the case.

Wipe the stylus with a dry cloth when it gets dirty. Tapping or dragging on the touchscreen using a dirty stylus may damage the surface.

Be sure to keep the device away from water or spills.

Regulatory information This device displays the information below. The Declaration of Conformity (DoC) logo and the

FCC Identifier (FCC ID) based on the FCC Rules

The VCCI mark based on RULES FOR VOLUNTARY CONTROL MEASURES

The marks and registration numbers of the radio wave and radio communication acts

You can display these marks or registration numbers. Tap [Settings] in the [Home] screen, then tap [About] [Regulatory Information]. If you cannot display the marks or registration numbers due to a malfunction, contact the Sony Support Center.

End User License Agreement You can display the End User License Agreement

from the [Settings]. Tap [Settings] in the [Home] screen, then tap [About] [End User License Agreement].

Display The display is made of plastic film to be thin and

lightweight. When the Digital Paper device is illuminated, distortion of the plastic film may occur. This is not malfunction.

Do not apply excessive pressure to the touchscreen. The color or brightness may become uneven, and may cause malfunction to the device.

When using the device in a cold environment, the screen may change at slower speed. This is not a malfunction.

Wi-Fi connectivity The Wireless LAN functionality has passed Wi-Fi

certification and complies with the interoperability specifications established by WFA (Wi-Fi Alliance).

Wireless feature Turn off the wireless feature when you are in a

location in which radio communications are prohibited. When you are in such a location, you must obtain permission from the appropriate authorities before enabling the wireless feature of this device.

Turn off the wireless feature in health care facilities where any regulations posted in such areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be affected by radio frequency (RF) energy which is generated by wireless communication.

Do not use your device near medical equipment without first obtaining permission to do so.

General notes on using the Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) function. In some countries or regions, use of Wi-Fi products may be restricted by the local regulations (e.g. limited number of channels).

Applications on the Digital Paper Device Disclaimer: In no event will SONY be liable for any financial damage, or loss of profits, including claims made by third parties, arising out of the use of the software supplied with this device. Sony is not responsible for incomplete recording/ downloading or damaged data due to problems of the device or computer.

Copyright laws prohibit reproducing the software or the manual accompanying it in whole or in part, or renting the software without the permission of the copyright holder.

Due to continued efforts to improve quality, software specifications may be changed without notice.

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Operation of this device with software other than that provided is not covered by the warranty.

Depending on the types of the text and characters, the text shown on the device may not be displayed properly. This is due to:

The capacity of the device. The device is not functioning normally.

Content information is written in the language or the character that is not supported by the device.

We do not guarantee all the languages will be able to be displayed properly on your device.

User-created characters and some special characters may not be displayed.

Touchscreen Do not press the screen or screen frame strongly or

rub the screen. When operating the Digital Paper device, touch it softly.

You can use the stylus while resting your hands on the touchscreen. When the stylus is near the touchscreen, the finger operation is inactive.

Digital Paper device Disposal Reference The built-in rechargeable battery of the device is recyclable. Do not remove the battery yourself; consult the Sony Support Center.

For customers in the USA FCC Compliance Statement

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.

In order to comply with FCC radio-frequency radiation exposure guidelines for an uncontrolled exposure, this device and its antenna must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

FCC Radiation Exposure Statement

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines. This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that are deemed to comply without testing of specific absorption ratio (SAR).

Notice for customers: the following information is only applicable to equipment sold in countries applying EU directives

This product has been manufactured by or on behalf of Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan. Inquiries related to product compliance based on European Union legislation shall be addressed to the authorized representative, Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany. For any service or

Declaration of Conformity Trade Name: SONY Model No.: DPT-S1 Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc. Address: 16535 Via Esprillo, San Diego, CA92127 U.S.A. Telephone Number: 858-942-2230 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

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guarantee matters, please refer to the addresses provided in the separate service or guarantee documents.

Hereby, Sony Corp. declares that this equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. For details, please access the following URL http://www.compliance.sony.de/

The validity of the CE marking is restricted to only those countries where it is legally enforced, which includes the countries in the EEA (European Economic Area).

Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)

This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

Notes on microSD Cards SD cards are made to standards and are commonly used as storage media for portable devices. microSD and microSDHC cards are members of the SD card family. The device supports the following card types.

microSD and microSDHC cards

Up to 32 GB microSD cards of up to 32 GB has been tested to work with the device; however, not all microSD cards are guaranteed to work.

Precautions Insert into the correct slot with the cards label side

up until it clicks into place.

To avoid a choking hazard, keep the microSD card out of the reach of children.

Do not touch the gold contact point of the microSD card.

Do not disassemble or modify a memory card.

Do not allow a memory card to get wet.

Avoid the following to prevent data damage. Sony does not provide any guarantee for damaged data. Remove a memory card or turn off the device

while reading or writing data.

Operate the device in the location where static charge or electrical noise is present.

Do not strike, bend, drop, disassemble, open, crush, deform, puncture, shred, microwave, incinerate or paint the microSD card.

Do not use force, a thin stick or tweezers to remove the microSD card. If you cannot remove the microSD card, contact the Sony Support Center.

Do not remove the microSD card or turn off the device while data on the memory card is being edited or accessed. Otherwise, edited data will not be saved.

Do not insert a deformed microSD card into the device.

If you change or erase a folder name via computer, or move a file to a folder other than database, there is a possibility that data recorded in a memory card might be lost or become unreadable by this product.

You can use a microSD card (less than 2 GB) and microSDHC card (less than 32 GB), but CPRM (Content Protection for Recordable Media) is not supported.

microSDXC card is not supported. FAT (File Allocation Table) is supported.

exFAT (Extended File Allocation Table) is not supported.

Formatting a microSD card You can use the device to format a microSD card if necessary.

WARNING

Formatting the microSD card will delete all files stored on it.

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1 Press the (Home) button tap [Settings] [Initialization] [Format Memory] [SD Card].

2 Tap [Yes].

To cancel, tap [No]. It may take a few minutes to finish formatting the microSD card.

Cannot guarantee the data Sony is not responsible for damaged (or deleted) data due to problems with the device or computer.

Backup Sony recommends that you create a backup of the contents of the device in case of operation error or data corruption.

Legal Notice The contents of each book pre-loaded on this product are copyrighted works, edited with the cooperation of the publisher. Copyright laws prohibit copying the data of this product or the contents of this manual (illustrations, related documents, etc.) in whole or in part without the permission of the copyright holder. Additionally, use of the data of this product or the contents of this manual is not allowed without Sonys permission except for personal use.

Sony, the Sony logo are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.

Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and Windows Media are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and / or other countries.

Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

This DPT-S1 contains Adobe Reader Mobile software under license from Adobe Systems Incorporated, Copyright 1995-2011 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved. Adobe and Reader are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www. openssl.org/) Copyright 1998-2011 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.

Wi-Fi, the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED logo, WPA, WPA2 and Wi- Fi Protected Setup are trademarks or registered trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance.

Google is a trademark of Google Inc.

Foxit PDF SDK Copyright 2013, Foxit Corporation www.foxitsoftware.com, All rights reserved

Portions of this software are Copyright 2005 The FreeType Project (www.freetype.org). All rights reserved.

This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.

ShareFile is a trademark of Citrix Systems, Inc. and/ or one or more of its subsidiaries, and may be registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and in other countries.

All other system names and product names appearing in this document are the registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.

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Further, the trademark and registered trademark symbols are not indicated throughout this document. Program 2014 Sony Corporation Documentation 2014 Sony Corporation

Appendix

Specifications The devices specifications are as follows.

Model name DPT-S1

Basic information

Power source

Display 338.0 mm (13.3 inch) diagonal electrophoretic display 1200 1600 pixel, 16-level gray

scale

Touchscreen The optical and electromagnetic induction touchscreen

Internal memory capacity (for data storage)/User

available capacity

Approx. 4.0 GB/Approx. 2.8 GB Depending on size of pre-loaded. Available memory capacity may

vary.

Storable PDF file in the internal memory

Approx. 2,800 files*1

Interface microSD card slot*2, micro USB terminal

Battery Built-in rechargeable battery

Computer-based

charging

Approx. 3.5 hours

Supplied AC adapter- based charging

Approx. 2.5 hours

Battery life (continuous page turn)

Maximum Battery

Wi-Fi Off: 3 weeks*3

Wi-Fi On: 2 weeks*4

Page turn Approx. 24,000 continuous

page turns when reading only*5

Operating/Charging

temperature

5C to 35C (41F to 95F)

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Wi-Fi*6

Dimensions/Mass

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

*1 Based on assumption that each PDF file is approximately 1 MB.

*2 You can use a microSD card (less than 2 GB) and microSDHC card (less than 32 GB), but CPRM (Content Protection for Recordable Media) is not supported. microSDXC card is not supported. FAT (File Allocation Table) is supported. exFAT (Extended File Allocation Table) is not supported.

*3 Using the Digital Paper device under the following conditions:

Viewing text-based PDF documents for 60 minutes/day at the rate of approx. 2 minutes per page. Manual input using the stylus for 10 seconds per page while the indicated remaining battery life is between ~ .

Actual hours of continuous battery life will vary in accordance with the usage environment and equipment settings.

*4 Using the Digital Paper device under the following conditions:

Viewing text-based PDF documents for 60 minutes/day at the rate of approx. 2 minutes per page; manual input using the stylus for 10 seconds per page

Wireless standby On

Auto Sync Off

Synchronizing a document with the network drive twice a day

Transferring a document to the network drive once a week

Actual hours of continuous battery life will vary in accordance with the usage environment and equipment settings. Continuous battery life may be reduced in locations with poor signal strength. Actual time used depends on the customers communication usage environment and product settings.

*5 Using the Digital Paper device under the following conditions:

Approx. 1.2 seconds/1 page, continuously turning pages

Wi-Fi function Off Actual hours of continuous battery life will vary in accordance with the status of the usage environment and equipment.

*6 The communication speed may vary depending on factors such as the distance and/or obstacles between communication devices, the signal strength, and line congestion. DPT-S1 is for domestic use. There may be restrictions on viewing or using some Web pages. Also, this device cannot display Flash content and is not compatible with video playback. Supported file format content can be downloaded. Some Web pages cannot be downloaded.

*7 External dimensions excluding stylus holder. *8 Included with this device.

Supported File Types The following files can be transferred to the Digital Paper device. However, depending on the file size and format, it may not be possible to view some data. File extensions are shown in parentheses below.

Documents

PDF files (.pdf)*

* Compliant with PDF 1.7 specifications. The device does not support PDFs with extended features of Adobe extension level 1-8.

Wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g/n compliant

Frequency band 2.4 GHz band

Wireless security WEP, WPA/WPA2 PSK, 802.1x EAP

Connection type WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)/

Manual setup

Wi-Fi authentication Supported

Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 233 310 6.8mm (9 1/4 12 1/4 9/32 inches)*7

Mass Approx. 358 g (12.6 oz)

USB cable length Approx. 1.5 m (59 1/8 inches)

Supplied items AC adapter, USB cable, Quick Start

Guide, Basic Operation Guide*8, User Guide*8, Stylus, Sleeve case, Warranty card, Replacement tips,

Tip puller

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System Requirements

* Operating systems that can recognize this device as an external storage device connected via USB.

The following system environments are not supported.

Self-constructed computer

Computer with a non-standard operating system

Computer with multiple operating systems (multi- boot)Operating System* Details

Microsoft Windows 10 (32/64 bit)

Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 Pro

Windows 10 Enterprise

Windows 10 Education

Microsoft Windows 8.1

(32/64 bit)

Windows 8.1 Update

Windows 8.1 Pro Update

Windows 8.1 Enterprise Update

Microsoft Windows 8 (32/64 bit)

Windows 8

Windows 8 Pro

Windows 8 Enterprise

Microsoft Windows 7 (32/64 bit)

Windows 7 Starter with Service Pack 1 or later

Windows 7 Home Premium

with Service Pack 1 or later

Windows 7 Professional with Service Pack 1 or later

Windows 7 Enterprise with Service Pack 1 or later

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1

Microsoft Windows Vista (32/64 bit)

Windows Vista Home Basic with Service Pack 2 or later

Windows Vista Home

Premium with Service Pack 2 or later

Windows Vista Business with

Service Pack 2 or later

Windows Vista Enterprise with Service Pack 2 or later

Windows Vista Ultimate with Service Pack 2 or later

Mac OS X OS X v10.11 (64 bit only)

OS X v10.10.3 (64 bit only)

OS X v10.9.5 (64 bit only)

OS X v10.8.5 (64 bit only)

OS X v10.7.5 (64 bit only)

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Limited Warranty and Service

Limited Warranty This warranty card is included with the Digital Paper

device. Please keep it for future reference.

Please check the coverage period of the warranty card.

Service

Check the Digital Paper device itself first should a problem occur See Troubleshooting (page 76).

In the event you cannot recover the Digital Paper device Consult the Sony Support Center. Please provide the below information. Model name (Description on the back panel)

Serial number (Description in the microSD card slot cover)

Purchase date

Warranty repair period Sony will repair the Digital Paper device based on stipulations of the warranty card. This device contains consumable parts - even if the warranty is still valid, repair service may be subje

Manualsnet FAQs

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The User's Guide should include all the details that are needed to use a Sony DPT-S1. Full manuals and user guide PDFs can be downloaded from Manualsnet.com.

The best way to navigate the Sony DPT-S1 User's Guide is by checking the Table of Contents at the top of the page where available. This allows you to navigate a manual by jumping to the section you are looking for.

This Sony DPT-S1 User's Guide consists of sections like Table of Contents, to name a few. For easier navigation, use the Table of Contents in the upper left corner.

You can download Sony DPT-S1 User's Guide free of charge simply by clicking the “download” button in the upper right corner of any manuals page. This feature allows you to download any manual in a couple of seconds and is generally in PDF format. You can also save a manual for later by adding it to your saved documents in the user profile.

To be able to print Sony DPT-S1 User's Guide, simply download the document to your computer. Once downloaded, open the PDF file and print the Sony DPT-S1 User's Guide as you would any other document. This can usually be achieved by clicking on “File” and then “Print” from the menu bar.