ELECTRONIC ORGANIZER
YO-515
OPERATION MANUAL
Instrucciones abreviadas en español
CONTENTS
Using the Organizer for the First Time .................................................. 1
When Abnormal Conditions Cause a Malfunction ................................. 1
Auto Power Off Function ...................................................................... 1
Backlight .............................................................................................. 1
Adjusting the LCD Contrast .................................................................. 2
Turning the “beep” On and Off .............................................................. 2
Selecting the Guidance Language ......................................................... 2
Part Names ................................................................................................. 3
Display Symbols ......................................................................................... 4
Entering Characters .................................................................................... 4
Note on the Description of the MENU Key Operations ................................ 5
Notes for the Built-in Calendar and the Time .............................................. 5
Clock Mode ................................................................................................ 6
Telephone Mode ......................................................................................... 8
Calendar Mode ........................................................................................... 9
Schedule Mode ........................................................................................... 9
To Do Mode .............................................................................................. 12
Memo Mode ............................................................................................. 12
Expense Mode .......................................................................................... 13
Anniversary Mode .................................................................................... 14
Checking the Memory Storage ................................................................. 15
Freeing Up Memory .................................................................................. 15
Recalling the Listings ............................................................................... 15
Editing the Listings ................................................................................... 17
Deleting the Listings ................................................................................. 17
Calculator Mode ....................................................................................... 18
Conversion Mode ..................................................................................... 19
Secret Function ........................................................................................ 21
Battery Replacement ................................................................................ 23
Specifications ........................................................................................... 24
Instrucciones abreviadas en español ...................................................... S-1
YO-515 (E0426E)
NOTICE
• SHARP strongly recommends that separate permanent written records be kept of all important data. Data may be lost or altered in virtually any
electronic memory product under certain circumstances. Therefore, SHARP assumes no responsibility for data lost or otherwise rendered
unusable whether as a result of improper use, repairs, defects, battery replacement, use after the specified battery life has expired, or any other
cause.
• SHARP assumes no responsibility, directly or indirectly, for financial losses or claims from third persons resulting from the use of this product
and any of its functions, such as stolen credit card numbers, the loss of or alteration of stored data, etc.
• This Organizer is not designed to transfer/receive e-mails by using the E-mail addresses you will store.
• The information provided in this manual is subject to change without notice.
• All company and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
CAUTIONS
•
•
•
•
Do not carry the Organizer in the back pocket of slacks or trousers.
Do not drop the Organizer or apply excessive force to it.
Do not subject the Organizer to extreme temperatures.
Since this product is not waterproof, do not use it or store it where fluids can splash onto it. Raindrops, water spray, juice, coffee, steam,
perspiration, etc. will also cause malfunction.
• Clean only with a soft, dry cloth.
• Use only a SHARP approved service facility.
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Using the Organizer for the First Time
2. Press
Be sure to perform the following operations before using the Organizer for
the first time.
3. Select the desired language. Press
NEXT to move to the next language
screen, then press PREV to move to
the previous language screen.
(1) Installing the batteries
1. Set the battery replacement switch on
the bottom of the Organizer to
REPLACE BATTERIES.
2. Slide off the operating batteries cover.
3. Insert the two batteries on the top of
the ribbon tab, as shown in the
diagram.
4. Replace the operating batteries cover.
5. Set the battery replacement switch to
NORMAL OPERATION.
Y
to initialize the memory of the Organizer.
<
1
2
3
4
LANGUAGES
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
>
For example, press 2 to select English.
• Then the Home Clock is displayed. Proceed to set the date and time of
the clock. (Refer to page 6.)
When Abnormal Conditions Cause a Malfunction
If the Organizer is subjected to strong, extraneous electrical noises or
shocks during use, an abnormal condition may occur in which no keys
(including ON and OFF ) will respond. If this happens, press the RESET
switch.
Noises or shocks may erase some or all of the Organizer’s memory.
Auto Power Off Function
(2) Initializing the Organizer
1. Press the RESET switch while holding down
ON . Release the RESET switch and then
release ON .
When none of the keys has been pressed for approximately 7 minutes, the
Organizer automatically turns the power off to save the batteries. (The
actual time may vary depending upon the condition of use.) Press ON to
resume operation.
“CLEAR ALL DATA OK(Y/N)?” is displayed.
• Press the RESET switch with a ball-point pen
or similar object. Do not use an object with a
breakable or sharp tip.
• Under certain conditions the message may
appear as “Data has been impaired! Press [Y]
to CLEAR ALL memory”. Proceed to the next
step in either case.
Backlight
The Organizer is provided a built-in Backlight, which allows you to view the
display and use the Organizer even in low-light conditions.
Pressing BackLight once illuminates the display for as long as you
continue to use the Organizer, until you have not typed any key for 15
seconds.
• To turn the Backlight off, press
BackLight
again.
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• The Backlight may remain on for less than 15 seconds or it may not
function if the battery level is very low.
★ The backlight turns off automatically if you carry out the following
operations with the Organizer.
• Storing any listings in the Organizer
Turning the “beep” On and Off
While “ ” is displayed, a “beep” will sound when a key is pressed. To turn
the “beep” on and off, press 2nd
( 2nd
). The “beep” will not
sound when “ ” is turned off.
Selecting the Guidance Language
• Deleting any listings from the Organizer
• Marking any completed TO DO listings as done with
The Organizer can give messages and guidance during operation in seven
different languages.
• Freeing up memory
<Example> Change the guidance language from English to Italian.
• Exchanging data with a personal computer
1. Press
★ Do not use the Backlight unnecessarily.
• Since the Backlight drains power from the operating batteries,
excessive use of the Backlight will significantly reduce the life of your
batteries.
• Do not continue using the Organizer after it has automatically turned
itself off while the backlight was being used. Even if it can be turned
on again, the clock time will be incorrect and other functions may not
work properly until the batteries are replaced.
Adjusting the LCD Contrast
1. Press
MENU
2. Press
or
the display.
2
to select “2 CONTRAST”.
to darken or lighten
• The amount of contrast changes
continuously while either
or
is held down.
3. Press C•CE after adjusting the contrast.
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MENU
2. Press NEXT
<
CONTRAST
–DARK
–LIGHT
>
NEXT
1
3
to select “3 LANGUAGES”.
to to select “1 ITALIANO”.
All messages and guidance will now appear in Italian.
• In this manual explanations are based on a guidance language set to
English.
Part Names
q Display
w MENU key
e Power ON/OFF key
6
r PC-LINK key (PC SYNC)
t RESET switch
y Clear/Clear entry key
1
u MODE keys
i Cursor movement keys
o SEARCH keys
!0 Option port (COMPUTER LINK)
2
7
8
3
9
4
In this manual the keys are represented by symbols, for
example:
→
→
&
7
: Indicates the & key.
: Indicates the numeric 7 key.
;
→ SCHEDULE
5
The
key
: Mode key with only one
function.
: These keys are used to select capital
(uppercase) or small (lowercase)
letters or to access the symbols above
the number key and “ : ” and “ ; ”.
, press the
While holding down
desired key to be entered.
Numbers, letters and space for operation are shown in
italic and bold.
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Display Symbols
Entering Characters
: A “beep” will sound when a key is pressed.
1.Moving the Cursor
: The schedule alarm will sound.
The cursor ( _ ,
or
,
,
, or
.
CAPS
: Capital (uppercase) letters will be entered. To enter small
(lowercase) letters, turn “CAPS” off by pressing CAPS .
EDIT
: The listing on the display can be edited.
2nd
: Indicates that
S
2nd
2.Entering Characters
has been pressed.
: More information exists above the current display. (Press
.)
: More information exists below the current display. (Press
.)
: Secret function is in effect. (Secret listings cannot be recalled
without a password.)
: Indicates that the recalled listing is secret.
BATT
: Indicates that the operating battery level is low.
• In the display examples of this manual, only the symbols necessary for
explanation will be shown.
NOTES:
• The symbol “ ” shown by setting the LCD contrast to DARK is not
used in this product.
• The “ ” mark indicates the alarm sound for the scheduled listings is
turned on.
) can be moved by pressing (or holding down)
(1) Entering letters and numbers
The cursor ( _ ,
or
) indicates the position to enter a character or
number. After initializing the Organizer, the default setting for entering
letters will be capital (uppercase) letters. To enter small (lowercase) letters,
turn “CAPS” off by pressing CAPS .
(2) Entering graphic symbols and special characters
Press SMBL to display the symbol entry mode, allowing a total of 140
symbols and characters to be selected. To select the symbol display
containing the desired symbol/special character, press NEXT (or
) or
PREV (or
), then press the corresponding number.
• The first display is determined by your previous choice. The 10 most
recently used symbols/special characters are stored and displayed on
this display.
Press SMBL to exit the symbol entry mode.
You can also enter the following symbols/special characters by pressing
and an appropriate key (q) or directly from the numeric keys (w)
located next to the LCD display:
q &,
, (, $, /, ^ , !, @, #, )
w ÷, ×, –, +, =, ±, %
• You cannot enter “았앙 ” symbol.
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(3) Entering non-English characters
Press 2nd followed by the corresponding keys.
Enter “Ä”, “ü’, “é” and “ô” in MEMO mode, for example.
Press
MEMO
2nd
Äüéô –
¨
CAPS
A
2nd
¨
u
Note on the Description of the MENU Key Operations
This Organizer offers a variety of functions which you choose from the
menus (see the following table).
To switch or scroll the menu screens displayed by pressing MENU , press
NEXT (or
) to move to the next screen, or PREV (or
) to move to
the previous screen.
2nd
`
e
Menu
See page...
2nd
^
o
Checking the Memory Storage
15
• “ç” is entered by pressing
be entered as symbols.
2nd
ç
. Non-English characters can also
Adjusting the LCD Contrast
Deleting the Listings
2
17
3.Making Corrections
Designating the File Names
(1) Inserting characters
Press INS to change the cursor from “ ” (replace) to “ ” (insert).
Press INS again to change the cursor from “ ” to “ ”.
Selecting the Date Format
8
Selecting the Weekly Format
9
(2) Deleting characters
Press DEL to delete the character at the cursor position.
Selecting the Guidance Language
Press
•
BS
to delete the character to the left of the cursor.
and BS will not operate in some cases such as when you input
the time in Schedule mode or you are in Calculator mode. In these
cases, press C•CE and reenter.
Freeing Up Memory
8
15
2
Notes for the Built-in Calendar and the Time
DEL
• Press C•CE to clear all characters on the current display.
• Calendar, Schedule, Expense, and Clock modes allow you to enter the
desired date and time between Jan. 1, 1901 and Dec. 31, 2099.
• If an attempt is made to store an invalid time or date, you cannot move
the cursor to date entering, or store the time and date by pressing
ENTER . Enter the correct value and press ENTER again.
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4. Press
Clock Mode
ENTER
to set the Home city.
• Zone numbers 0, 14, and 15 have no city name on the display.
The Organizer has both Home and World clocks. The display switches
between Home and World clock each time CLOCK is pressed.
Home clock
Home
city
World clock
NYC
(+
LON
MON JAN
1,2001
MON JAN
12:00AM
Time
Day of the week/
Month/Day/Year
5:00 )
1,2001
5:00AM
World
city
Time
Day of the week/
Month/Day/Year
“(+ 5:00)” indicates the time difference from the Home city.
1.Setting the Home Clock
(1) Setting and changing the Home city
Set your local city as the Home city by selecting its zone number.
Zone numbers are based on the distance of the zones from the international
date line (zone number zero). For example, there is a 13-hour difference
between the date line and London (London is 13 hours behind), so the zone
number for London is 13. Honolulu is 23 hours behind the date line, so its
zone number is 23.
Zone
No.
0
1
2
3
3.3
4
5
6
6.3
7
7.3
8
8.3
9
9.3
Display
AKL
NOU
SYD
ADL
TYO
HKG
BKK
RGN
DAC
DEL
KHI
KBL
DXB
THR
City
AUCKLAND
NOUMEA
SYDNEY
ADELAIDE
TOKYO
HONG KONG
BANGKOK
YANGON
DHAKA
NEW DELHI
KARACHI
KABUL
DUBAI
TEHRAN
Zone
No.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Display
City
MOW
CAI
PAR
LON
MOSCOW
CAIRO
PARIS
LONDON
RIO
CCS
NYC
CHI
DEN
LA
ANC
HNL
MID
RIO DE JANEIRO
CARACAS
NEW YORK
CHICAGO
DENVER
LOS ANGELES
ANCHORAGE
HONOLULU
MIDWAY
(2) Setting the Clock
<Example> Set the date and time to April 12, 2001, 10:05 PM (or 22:05).
1. Press CLOCK once or twice to display the Home clock.
2. Press
2nd
EDIT
.
• The cursor will flash.
NYC
MON JAN
[ 18.0 ]
1,2001
12:00AM
The names and zone numbers of 27 cities are stored in the Organizer's
memory. (See the following table.)
3. Press 12 24 to select the 12-hour
or 24-hour clock.
1. Press
CLOCK
2. Press
2nd
• The display switches between the two clocks each time 12 24 is
pressed. AM or PM is displayed for the 12-hour clock (default).
(Note: 12:00PM: noon, 12:00AM: midnight)
once or twice to display the Home clock.
EDIT
.
• The zone number is displayed on the right side.
3. Press NEXT or PREV to display the desired city which corresponds
to your local zone from the cities stored in the Organizer.
4. Enter the hour and minutes.
1005
PM
(For the 24-hour clock, press 2205)
(Enter 2 digits each for both hour and minutes.)
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5. Enter the month, day, and year.
04122001
Use
to skip entering a number that needs no change.
6. Press ENTER . The clock starts from 0 second.
2.Using the World Clock
4.Setting Daylight Saving Time/Summer Time
If DST (daylight saving time/summer time) is used, the local time is
advanced one hour during the summer. Both the Home clock and World
clock can be set for DST as follows:
(1) Home clock
1. Press CLOCK once or twice to display the Home clock.
Changing the city for the World clock
1. Press CLOCK once or twice to display the World clock.
2. Press 2nd
2. Press
4. Press
2nd
EDIT
3. Press NEXT or
desired zone.
4. Press
ENTER
.
PREV
to display the city which corresponds to the
.
3.Registering a City Name not Found in the List
If you want to set the city for the World clock to Rome, for example (Rome
belongs to zone number 12, but is not included in the city list):
1. Press CLOCK once or twice to display the World clock.
2. Press
2nd
3. Press
NEXT
.
(or PREV ) to set the zone number to 12.
EDIT
(Initially the city is “PAR” (PARIS).)
4. Enter the city name (up to 8 characters).
ROME
5. Press ENTER to store the new name.
• To register a city name for the Home clock, first display the Home clock
to move the cursor to the city
then press 2nd EDIT and press
name line.
EDIT
.
3. Enter the correct daylight saving time/summer time.
A“
2nd
ENTER
to set the time as DST.
” appears on the display and DST is now set.
(2) World clock
1. Press CLOCK once or twice to display the World clock.
2. Press
2nd EDIT .
3. Press 2nd ENTER .
A “ ” appears on the display and DST is now set. Setting DST in the
World clock automatically sets the time one hour ahead.
• When DST is set for one World city, it is used for all cities displayed in
the World clock.
• DST can be set independently in either the Home or the World clock.
(3) Clearing DST
To clear DST, follow steps 1 to 4 for Home clock, or follow steps 1 through
3 for World clock.
The “
” disappears.
• Only one changed city name can be stored in each of the Home and
World clocks.
• Each changed name is stored until you next change the zone number.
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5. Selecting the Date Format
2.Storing the Telephone Listings
The date format can be switched between MONTH/DAY/YEAR and
DAY.MONTH.YEAR.
1. Press TEL to display the TEL1 entry
prompt.
NAME?
2. Enter the name. For example,
Johns, Pat –
1. Press
MENU
5
TEL 1
to select “5 DATE FORMAT”.
2. Press 1 or 2 to select “MONTH/
DAY/YEAR” or “DAY.MONTH.YEAR”.
<
>
DATE FORMAT
1 MONTH/DAY/YEAR
2 DAY.MONTH.YEAR
• A “ ” mark moves to your selection
and you return to the mode in which
you were before pressing MENU .
Johns, Pat
3. Press ENTER .
The number entry prompt is
displayed.
Telephone Mode
In Telephone mode, a listing consists of 4 entries: name, number, E-mail
address, and postal address.
Further, Telephone listings provide 3 files (TEL1, TEL2, TEL3). The files are
cycled each time you press TEL . You can switch them for convenience
by keeping business, private and other listings separate.
You can change each file name in up to 10 characters long as follows:
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• You can skip changing a file name by
pressing ENTER .
<
1 [
2 [
3 [
TEL FILE NAME
]
TEL 1
]
TEL 2
]
TEL 3
• To cancel entering the file names, press C•CE twice.
3. Press TEL to check the new file name(s).
5. Press ENTER , then enter the E-mail
address. For example,
6. Press ENTER , then enter the
address. For example,
to select “4 TEL FILE NAME”.
2. Enter the new name for TEL1, then
press ENTER .
201-265-5600
F 265-1234
johns-P@sharpsec.com
1.Designating the File Names
1. Press MENU
4. Enter the phone and fax numbers.
For example,
>
Box G, Sharp Plaza,
Mahwah, New Jersey,
07430-2135, U.S.A.
Johns, Pat
201–265–5600
F
265–1234 –
Johns, Pat
201–265–5600
johns–P@sharpsec.com
–
201–265–5600
johns–P@sharpsec.com
Box G, Sharp Plaza,
Mahwah, New Jersey,
07430–2135, U.S.A. –
7. Press ENTER .
“STORED!” will be displayed briefly, then the listing will be displayed.
The telephone listing is now stored.
• To skip entering the number, E-mail address, or address, press ENTER
when “NUMBER?”, “E-MAIL?”, or “ADDRESS?” is displayed. However,
the name entry cannot be skipped.
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• To enter the next telephone listing, continue to enter in the same manner.
2.Selecting the Weekly Format
• The Telephone listings are stored in alphabetical order.
The weekly format can be switched between SUN-SAT and MON-SUN.
See also ...
Recalling the Listings ................ 15
Editing the Listings .................... 17
Deleting the Listings .................. 17
Checking the Memory Storage .. 15
Entering Characters .................... 4
1. Press
CALENDAR
2. Press
MENU
3. Press
1
to display the Calendar mode screen.
1 to select “1 WEEKLY FORMAT”.
or 2 to select “SUN-SAT” or “MON-SUN”.
NEXT
• A “ ” mark moves to your selection and you return to the mode in
which you were before pressing MENU .
Calendar Mode
3.Returning the Calendar to the Current Date
1.Controlling the Monthly Calendar Display
Press
The Organizer has a 5-line display and 4 weeks of a month and day of the
week can be displayed. Use the following keys to control the display status.
• The current monthly calendar will be displayed, and the current date will
flash.
NEXT
PREV
: displays the following or previous month.
2nd
CALENDAR
in Calendar mode.
See also ...
• Hold down either of these keys for rapid recall.
Recalling the Listings ................ 15
: moves the cursor or scrolls the calendar up or down one week.
1. Press CALENDAR to display the
Calendar mode.
• “ ” indicates the 5th or 6th week of
the month is hidden below. To display
the 5th or 6th week, press
until
the cursor scrolls into the next screen.
2. Press NEXT (or
previous) month.
PREV
Year
Month
2001
APR
Day of the
week
S M T W T F S
1
8
15
22
2
9
16
23
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
) to display the calendar for the next (or
• When you reset the Organizer, the calendar defaults to Jan. 1, 2001.
7
14
21
28
Schedule Mode
A schedule listing consists of 3 entries: date, time, and detail. In the date
entry, 4 digits can be entered for the year and 2 digits each for the month,
day, hour, and minute.
1.Storing the Schedule Listings
There are 3 ways to enter the desired date:
(1) Enter the desired date in Calendar mode
(2) Enter the desired date with NEXT (or PREV )
(3) Enter the desired date directly
After the date has been entered, the entry of time and detail is the same for
all 3 ways.
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(1) Enter the desired date in Calendar mode
<Example> Enter the following data.
5. Enter the schedule detail.
“Lunch with Tom” from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM on June 24,
2001.
1. Press 2nd CALENDAR in Calendar mode to display the calendar for
the current date (For example, April 12, 2001).
2. Press
24, 2001.
NEXT
NEXT
SUN JUN 24,2001
TIME?
Time entry prompt for June 24, 2001 is
displayed.
AM
01
PM
13
• “:00” will be entered automatically.
• You can enter schedule details without the ending time. Press ENTER
(or
) after entering the starting time to display the “DESCRIPTION?”
prompt.
• You can also enter schedule details without a specified time, except
details starting with a number. Skip entering time and start to enter
letters for the details as described in step 5.
• The hour and minute should each consist of 2 digits.
• The time can be set using either the 12-hour or 24-hour format. When
you move the cursor to the next entry field, the time is displayed in the
format selected in the Clock mode.
• If an attempt is made to store an invalid time, you cannot move the
cursor to the next entry field. Enter the correct time and follow the next
procedure.
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• Notice the tag (
that date:
S M T W T F S
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
8
15
22
29
9
16
23
30
) on the right of “24”. It indicates a scheduled item for
.)
“DESCRIPTION?” is displayed.
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2001
JUN
Schedule items beginning in the morning or schedule
items without a specified time
Anniversary items
Schedule items beginning in the afternoon
4. Enter the starting and ending time.
(For the 24-hour clock, press 1130
7. Now, press CALENDAR to check if the
listing is stored in the memory.
SUN JUN 24,2001
11:30AM~ 1:00PM
Lunch with Tom –
to move the cursor to June
3. Press SCHEDULE to change to the
Schedule mode.
1130
Lunch with Tom
6. Press ENTER to store the listing.
(2) Enter the desired date with NEXT (or PREV )
This is a convenient way of entering a nearby date. Press NEXT (or
PREV ) and change the display day by day until the desired date appears.
<Example> Enter a schedule listing on April 17, 2001.
1. Press SCHEDULE to display the Schedule mode screen.
2. Press 2nd SCHEDULE to display the time entry prompt for the current
date (For example, April 12, 2001).
3. Press NEXT repeatedly until the time entry prompt for April 17, 2001
appears. Enter the time and detail following the procedure for “(1) Enter
the desired date in Calendar mode” (from step 4) on this page.
(3) Enter the desired date directly
When the date is not close to the currently displayed date, the following
method is more convenient than the previous 2 ways.
• You can set an alarm while you are entering or editing the schedule item.
When you press 2nd ALARM while “ ” is displayed, the alarm will be
canceled and “ ” will disappear from the display.
<Example> Enter a schedule listing on June 26, 2002.
• If the alarm time you attempt to enter has already passed, the message
“ALARM TIME ELAPSED!” appears briefly. Enter the correct alarm time.
1. Press SCHEDULE C•CE to display
the date entry prompt.
2. Enter the date.
06262002
MM/DD/YYYY
MONTH :04
DAY
:12
YEAR :2001
3. Press ENTER .
The time entry prompt for June 26, 2002 is displayed. Enter the time and
detail following the procedure for “(1) Enter the desired date in Calendar
mode” from step 4 on page 10.
• If an attempt is made to store an invalid date, you cannot move to the
time entry prompt. Enter the correct date and follow the next procedure.
2.Schedule Alarm
Schedule alarm sounds for approximately 20 seconds when the time set for
a schedule listing is reached. Once a schedule item has been selected for
the alarm and the alarm has been turned on, the alarm will sound
automatically and the relevant item will be displayed even if the Organizer
has been turned off. The alarm can also be set to sound for secret items
without displaying the item.
<Example> Set an alarm for June 22, 2001 (Meeting at 10:00AM 11:00AM).
1. Press SCHEDULE and enter the date, time, and schedule detail.
2. Press 2nd
and press
to set the alarm
to store.
ALARM
ENTER
FRI JUN 22,2001
10:00AM~11:00AM
Meeting
A “ ” is displayed on the left of the
starting time for the scheduled item,
and an alarm sound mark (“ ”) is displayed on the left of the display.
• After the alarm sounds, “ ” will disappear and the scheduled item will
remain in the memory without “ ”.
• Even if “ ” is turned off and the scheduled alarm time has passed,
“ ” will not disappear from the display.
• The schedule alarm may not sound if the time for a schedule listing
arrives while you are exchanging data with a personal computer.
• Press
C•CE
to stop the alarm sound.
Turn the alarm sound on and off
Pressing 2nd
after the alarm setting, turns off the alarm sound while
keeping the schedule alarm turned on.
• A“
” disappears, and the alarm sound is set to off.
• Press 2nd
displayed.
to set the alarm sound to on again, so that the “
” is
• Setting the alarm sound (“ ” mark status) does not affect the setting of
the schedule alarm (“ ” mark status) to each schedule listing.
• The schedule alarm set for the schedule listing will sound when the “ ”
is turned on and the time for each listing is reached. You cannot classify
or declassify each listing.
See also ...
Recalling the Listings ................ 15
Editing the Listings .................... 17
Deleting the Listings .................. 17
Checking the Memory Storage .. 15
Entering Characters .................... 4
• You cannot set the schedule alarm to the listings with no time entry.
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• To restore the checked off item, recall the listing to be restored, press
2nd EDIT to enter the edit mode, and then enter the priority.
To Do Mode
1.Storing the Listings
1. Press TO DO to display the To Do
entry prompt.
See also ...
TO DO
DESCRIPTION?
Recalling the Listings ................ 15
Editing the Listings .................... 17
Deleting the Listings .................. 17
2. Enter the description. For example,
Call Frank about a sales meeting
3. Press ENTER .
4. Enter the priority. For example,
2
Call Frank about a s
PRIORITY:2
5. Press ENTER to store it in the
memory.
Checking the Memory Storage .. 15
Entering Characters .................... 4
Memo Mode
1.Storing the Memo Listings
1. Press MEMO to display the Memo
entry prompt.
MEMO
TITLE?
• Press C•CE twice to cancel the entry.
• The priority can be set by any number 0-9 or letter A-Z or just left blank
by pressing ENTER . Lowercase letters entered without CAPS pressed
will be changed to the uppercase letters.
2. Enter the title. For example,
• Order of priority is from 0-9, A-Z, then space.
Xmas presents list
3. Press ENTER .
2.Checking off Completed Items
4. Enter the details. For example,
1. Press
TO DO
to display the To Do entry prompt.
2. Press
ENTER
to enter the index mode.
3. Press
and
4. Press
Sweater for Jill
Ring for Mother
5. Press ENTER to store it in the
memory.
to select the item.
to mark it as done.
• “SORTING...” is displayed briefly and items marked with “
the lowest priority and listed at the end of the list.
” are given
• You can also check off the item by recalling each listing and pressing
.
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Xmas presents list
Sweater for Jill
Ring for Mother –
• The Memo listings are stored in alphabetical order.
See also ...
Recalling the Listings ................ 15
Editing the Listings .................... 17
Deleting the Listings .................. 17
Checking the Memory Storage .. 15
Entering Characters .................... 4
2.Expense Summaries
Expense Mode
1.Creating the Expense Records
Expense summaries are a collection of records stored in Expense mode.
You can recall them for a specific day or a certain period.
<Example> The date is April 5, 2001.
You bought flight tickets for a business trip for $1,200.
(1) Summarizing an expense report for a specific day
<Example> Specify the date, April 5, 2001.
1. Press EXPENSE to enter the Expense
mode.
1. Press
EXPENSE
DATE?
M/D/Y= 4/12/2001
• The month and the day must be
entered using 2 digits and the year
using 4 digits. For single digit months or days, enter “0” before the
single digit.
• The date can be changed by pressing either
or
04052001
5. Press ENTER .
ENTER
• Numerical values can be input in up to 10 digits including 2 decimal
places.
Flight tickets for inspection abroad
5. Press ENTER to store it in the
memory.
>
4. Enter the desired date.
ENTER
4. Enter the memo.
<
EXPENSE REPORT
1 DAILY
2 PERIOD
• The current date will be displayed.
3. Enter the expense amount and press ENTER .
1200
to enter the Expense mode.
3. Press 1 to select “1 DAILY”.
.
2. Enter the expense date and press ENTER .
04052001
EXPENSE
2. Press 2nd EXPENSE to enter the
Expense report mode.
THU APR
5,2001
1,200.00
Flight tickets for i
nspection abroad –
• Press C•CE once or twice to return to the date entry prompt.
• The description field can be skipped by pressing
ENTER
.
• Press ENTER to return to the date
entry prompt, when you wish to check
another daily report.
–DAILY–
DATE :APR
5,2001
1,200.00
(2) Summarizing a report for a certain period
<Example> Starting date: April 1, 2001
Ending date: April 30, 2001
1. Press
EXPENSE
2. Press
2nd
to enter the Expense mode.
to enter the Expense report mode.
3. Press 2 to select “2 PERIOD”.
EXPENSE
4. Enter the starting and ending time.
04012001
ENTER
04302001
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5. Press ENTER .
–PERIOD–
FROM :APR 1,2001
TO
:APR 30,2001
• Press ENTER to return to the date
entry prompt.
• If the integer section in the calculation
result exceeds 12 digits, “ ,
,
displayed.
1,415.25
,
.
” is
Recalling the Listings ................ 15
Editing the Listings .................... 17
Deleting the Listings .................. 17
Checking the Memory Storage .. 15
Entering Characters .................... 4
ENTER
• If an attempt is made to store an
invalid date, you cannot move to the description entry prompt. Enter the
correct date and follow the next procedure.
ENTER
to store it in the memory.
<Example 2> Register Mother's Day (second Sunday in May).
In Anniversary mode, you can specify the month and date (such as
wedding anniversaries and birthdays), or month, week, and day of the week
(such as Mother’s Day (second Sunday in May)).
Once a date is stored as an anniversary, the date will be an anniversary for
every year from 1901 to 2099.
Anniversaries are marked with a tag (
page 10) in the monthly calendar.
1. Press
ANN
2. Press
2
to enter the Anniversary mode.
to select “2 MONTH/WEEK” to display the date entry mode.
3. Enter the month, week, and day of the
week.
05 2 0
) in the center right of the date (See
4. Press ENTER , and then enter the
description of the anniversary.
1.Storing the Anniversary Listings
<Example 1> Enter the following data.
“Nancy’s Birthday” on February 12th.
ENTER
MAY WEEK 2 SUN
–ANN–
Mother's Day –
Mother's Day
M/D= – /
–ANN–
M=MONTH D=DAY
See also ...
Recalling the Listings ................ 15
Editing the Listings .................... 17
Deleting the Listings .................. 17
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M/W/D=05/2/0
–ANN–
M=MONTH W=WEEK
D=DAY
0:S 1:M 2:T
3:W 4:T 5:F 6:S
5. Press ENTER to store it in the memory.
to enter the Anniversary mode.
2. Press 1 to select “1 MONTH/DAY” to
enter the date entry prompt.
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FEB 12
–ANN–
Nancy's Birthday –
Nancy’s Birthday
5. Press
Anniversary Mode
ANN
0212
FEB 12
–ANN–
DESCRIPTION?
4. Enter the description of the anniversary.
See also ...
1. Press
3. Enter the date and press ENTER (or
).
Checking the Memory Storage .. 15
Entering Characters .................... 4
Checking the Memory Storage
1. Press MENU
MEMORY”.
1
to select “1 CHECK
The number of listings stored in TEL1,
TEL2 and TEL3 files is displayed.
Recalling the Listings
0%
100%
TEL 1
TEL 2
TEL 3
:
:
:
76
31
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1.Notes for Recalling the Listings
• Perform searching the listings in each mode other than Clock, Calculator,
and Conversion modes.
• The direct, keyword, and index searches are not case sensitive.
2. Press NEXT again to display the number of listings stored in
SCHEDULE, ANN1, and ANN2 files.
• When the symbol “ ” or “ ” is displayed, more information exists.
Pressing
or
scrolls up or down one line.
3. Press NEXT again to display the number of listings stored in MEMO,
EXPENSE, and TO DO files.
• When there are no more (or relevant) listings to be recalled or to be
searched, “NOT FOUND!” is displayed briefly and the display returns to
the entry prompt.
4. Press C•CE to return to the mode in which you were before pressing
MENU .
• When the amount of memory used approaches “100%”, delete
unnecessary data to make enough space to store new listings.
• Since the same memory is used for all the modes other than the
Calculator and Conversion modes, the number of listings that can be
stored in each of these modes will vary depending on the situation of
each mode.
Freeing Up Memory
2.Sequential Search
Recalls the listings in order in each mode.
To begin searching in Anniversary mode, press ANN to enter the
Anniversary mode and then press 1 (or 2 ) to select the searching type.
Press NEXT (or PREV ) to recall the listings in forward (or reverse)
order. Hold down either of these keys for rapid recall.
Schedule listings
• When nothing has been entered for that day, only the time entry prompt
is displayed.
Deleting or modifying data during operation can produce unnecessary
space in the memory of the Organizer. Delete unnecessary space and free
up memory, when the Organizer displays “MEMORY FULL!”.
• Press 2nd SCHEDULE in Schedule mode to recall the scheduled
listings for the current day. Then press NEXT repeatedly to check if any
other listings are scheduled for the current day.
1. Press
MENU
2. Press
2
• Press 2nd NEXT (or 2nd PREV ) in Schedule mode repeatedly to
recall the listings skipping empty dates. Press C•CE C•CE , then press
2nd NEXT (or 2nd PREV ) to display the first (or last) listing in
chronological order. After the last (or first) listing in chronological order
has been found, “NOT FOUND!” is displayed briefly.
NEXT
.
to start freeing up memory.
• “WORKING...” is displayed indicating that the memory is being freed up.
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3.Direct Search
<Example> Display the Index in the Telephone mode.
Recalls the listings by the first character(s) of the name (or the contents) in
Telephone, Schedule, To Do, or Memo mode.
1. Press TEL to display the Telephone
mode screen.
TEL 1
NAME?
1. Enter the first character(s) of the desired name (or the contents) in each
mode.
2. Press
NEXT
(or PREV ).
• The search in Schedule mode begins from the currently displayed date in
forward (or reverse) order.
• If the desired listing in Telephone or Memo mode is not found, the
subsequent listing in sequential order will be displayed.
• Each time NEXT (or
performed.
PREV
) is pressed, sequential search will be
4.Keyword Search
Recalls the listings by a word contained in the desired listing in Telephone,
Schedule, To Do, or Memo mode.
<Example> Recall the listings containing the word “Sharp” in the TEL1 file.
2. Press ENTER to enter the index
mode.
• The index of the Telephone listing is
displayed.
Johns, Pat
Robert, Smith
Shingo Nakahara
Stevenson Dug
Tom Robert
• Up to five listings are displayed at a time.
• To display the first listing beginning with a particular character in the
Telephone, or Memo mode, press the desired character key. If there is no
listing for that character, the first subsequent listing will be displayed.
• Pressing NEXT and PREV scrolls the page forward and backward. To
see the whole listings press
and
to select the desired listing, and
press ENTER . Next, press ENTER again to enter the index mode.
1. Press TEL to display the TEL1 file.
6.Date Search
2. Enter the word.
Recalls the listings by the date in Calendar, Schedule, or Expense mode.
Sharp
3. Press
2nd
NEXT .
• Each time 2nd NEXT are pressed,
subsequent listings containing the
word “Sharp” will be displayed.
Johns, Pat
201–265–5600
F
265–1234
johns–P@sharpsec.com
Box G, Sharp Plaza,
5.Index Search
Recall the listings in Telephone, Schedule, To Do, Memo, Expense, or
Anniversary mode. The listings recalled are listed one for each line on the
display. To enter the index mode, press ENTER when the entry prompt or
listing is displayed. In the Expense mode, press C•CE ENTER to enter
the index mode when the entry prompt is displayed.
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(1) Calendar or Schedule listings
<Example> Recall the calendar or schedule for December 25, 2001.
1. Press
CALENDAR
or SCHEDULE .
2. Press C•CE to display the date entry
prompt.
MM/DD/YYYY
MONTH :04
DAY
:12
YEAR :2001
3. Press C•CE and enter the month,
day, and year.
12252001
To make a correction, move the cursor with
C•CE to clear the displayed date.
or
, or press
• To enter a single-digit month or day, enter zero and the digit.
4. Press
ENTER
.
The specified calendar or schedule will be displayed.
(2) Expense listings
Press C•CE in the Expense entry prompt, then enter the date and press
NEXT (or PREV ).
This operation is useful when you enter a new listing whose contents are
the same as or similar to the previously stored listing.
Deleting the Listings
1.Deleting One Listing
7.Other Search in Calendar Mode
1. Recall the listing to be deleted.
Recalling the scheduled item from the Calendar mode
The scheduled date is displayed with the tag ( ) on the right of the date
number.
2. Press DEL .
“DELETE? Y/N” will appear.
3. Press
1. Press
• To cancel the deletion operation, press
to display the Calendar mode.
CALENDAR
• Pressing 2nd
CALENDAR
displays the current date.
2. Press the cursor movement keys (
date with a tag.
,
,
,
) to move to the
3. Press SCHEDULE to display the schedule contents.
Editing the Listings
1.Editing the Listings
1. Recall a listing in the desired mode.
2. Press 2nd
EDIT
.
• The edit mode is entered and the cursor flashes.
3. Modify the data as desired.
4. Press ENTER to store it in the memory.
• In the index display, press ENTER to display the desired listing, and
press 2nd EDIT . You cannot enter the edit mode in the index display.
2.Creating a New Listing
Pressing 2nd ENTER instead in step 4 in the above section, “1. Editing
the Listings”, creates a new listing without deleting the previously stored
listing.
Y
to delete the currently displayed listing.
N
.
• You can also delete individual listing on the index display.
In the index mode, press
or
delete, and press DEL and Y .
to select the listing you want to
2.Deleting All of the Listings in Each Mode
(1) Deleting all of the listings in each mode
If all of the listings for Telephone, Schedule, To Do, Memo, Expense, or
Anniversary mode are not necessary any more, you can delete them all at
once.
<Example> Delete all listings in the TEL1 files.
1. Press MENU 3 to select “3 DATA DELETION”.
2. Press 1 to select “1 TEL”.
3. Press
1
to select “1 TEL1”.
“DELETE? Y/N” is displayed.
• After performing step 1, press the following keys in other modes:
SCHEDULE: 2 1
ANN1: 2 2
ANN2: 2 3
MEMO: 3
EXPENSE: 4
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TO DO (ALL): NEXT 1
TO DO (DONE): NEXT 1
1
Calculator Mode
2
• When the Secret function is on, “SECRET ON MODE” is displayed and
the file cannot be deleted. In this case, turn the Secret function off (page
21) and repeat the above procedure.
4. Press
Y
.
• To cancel the deletion operation, press
N
.
• All of the listings (including secret listings) in the selected mode will be
deleted all at once.
The Organizer’s built-in calculator can perform the 4 arithmetic calculations
in up to 12 digits.
Calculator mode is selected by
pressing CALC/CONV once or twice.
Each time you press this key, the display
switches between Calculator and
Conversion modes.
Before performing any calculation, press
(2) Deleting all of the scheduled listings for an entire month
1. Press CALENDAR to recall the calendar for the desired month.
2. Press
DEL
. “DELETE? Y/N” will appear.
3. Press Y to delete all of the schedule listings for the currently
displayed month.
• To cancel the deletion operation, press
N
.
• Although all of the schedule listings for the month are deleted,
anniversaries are still retained.
(3) Deleting the password and secret listings
(Refer to page 21, “Secret Function” on registering the password and
turning the Secret function on and off.)
The password and all secret listings can be deleted at the same time.
1. Press
MENU
3
to select “3 DATA DELETION”.
2. Press
NEXT
2
to select “2 SECRET DATA”.
“ALL SECRET DATA DELETE? Y/N” is displayed.
3. Press
Y
.
• To cancel the deletion operation, press
N
.
• “DELETED!” is displayed briefly and the password and all secret listings
are deleted.
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CALC
0.
C•CE
twice to clear the display.
• An error occurs when the integer section of the calculation result
exceeds 12 digits, if the memory exceeds 12 digits, or a number is
divided by zero. (“-E-” is displayed.)
Press C•CE to cancel the error.
Example
Operation
(–24+2) ÷ 4=
34 + 57 =
45 + 57 =
Display
– 24 + 2
4 = *1
34 + 57 = The second figure (57)
= becomes the constant.
45
–5.5
91.
102.
(Subtraction and division are
performed in the same way as above.)
68 × 25 =
68 × 40 =
68
What is 10% of 200? 200
25 = The first figure (68)
40 = becomes the constant.
1,700.
2,720.
%
20.
200 + (200 × 10 %) = 200 + 10 %
220.
500 – (500 × 20 %) = 500 – 20 %
400.
What percentage is 9
of 36?
9
10
36
%
25.
Example
Operation
25 – 9 =
(43)2 =
4
=
1/8
8
=
25 × 5 =
–) 84 ÷ 3 =
+) 68 + 17 =
CM 25
5
84
3 M–
68 + 17 M+
=
4.
123456789098 ×
145 =
123456789098
C•CE
4,096.
=
0.125
-M-M-M-M-
M+
RM
(Total) =
Conversion Mode
Display
았앙앙앙
25 – 9 =
145 =
125.
28.
85.
182.
–E–
17.9012344192
17.9012344192
(17.9012344192 × 1012 = 17901234419200)
1
*
(minus) can only be used when entering a negative number as the
first number. Use +/– for following negative numbers during
calculation.
–
<Example> 5 × (–10) = –50
5
10 +/–
=
Each time you press CALC/CONV , the display switches between
Calculator and Conversion modes.
This mode has 2 types of conversions; currency conversions and unit
conversions.
The number on the top right of the conversion display indicates the
selected conversion type.
CONVERSION
$
£
1
← Conversion display number
0.
0.
No.
Conversion pattern
Unit A
Unit B
No.
Conversion pattern
Unit A
Unit B
1
$
→
£
10
gal
→
2
$
→
DM
11
I.gal
→
l
→
$
12
fl.oz
→
ml
ml
3
l
13
I.fl.oz
→
4
inch
→
cm
14
oz
→
g
5
feet
→
m
15
lb
→
kg
°C
6
yard
→
m
16
°F
→
7
mile
→
km
17
cal
→
J
8
acre
→
m2
18
hp
→
W
9
acre
→
ha
19
PS
→
W
1.Changing the Conversion Display
1. Press CALC/CONV once or twice to select the Conversion mode.
2. Press NEXT and PREV until the desired conversion type is
displayed.
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2.Setting the Rate
3. Press
to convert it.
The conversion result is displayed.
<Example> Set the following rate: $1 = £0.6
2. Press
3. Press 2nd
(or PREV ) to select the conversion display number 1.
EDIT
.
• The result display disappears and the rate display flashes.
4. Enter the rate (up to 10 digits).
CONVERSION
$
£
0.6 ENTER
1
0.6
0.
1
0.6
• Once you have set each rate, you can
perform a consecutive conversion
such as from £ to $, and then from $ to DM.
1. Press CALC/CONV once or twice to select the Conversion mode.
NEXT
CONVERSION
$
£
118.8
• The previous conversion result remains on the display, when you switch
from one conversion type to another. Press C•CE to clean the result
and start another conversion.
<Example 2> Convert 25°C to °F.
3.Changing the Currency or Unit
1. Press NEXT (or PREV ) to select the unit. (In this example, select the
conversion display number 16, which does not display the rate.)
If there is no conversion pattern you want to use, you can change the
currency or unit in the conversion patterns No. 1 to No. 3.
2. Enter the value to be converted.
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1. Repeat steps 1 to 3 of the above section, “Setting the Rate”.
3. Press
2. Press
,
and
to move the cursor to the currency to be
changed and enter the new currency or unit.
• The conversion result may have a slight calculation error as a result of
rounding off the number. Use the conversion result for reference.
4.Converting Currency/Unit
.
.
<Example 1> Convert $198 to £.
1. Press NEXT (or PREV ) to select the unit. (In this example, select the
conversion display number 1: $1 = £0.6.)
2. Enter the value to be converted.
198
CONVERSION
$
£
1
0.6
198.
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16
˚
77.
to move the cursor to the rate field and enter the rate.
To convert unit A to unit B, press
To convert unit B to unit A, press
CONVERSION
F
C
˚
• Up to 7 letters can be entered each for unit A and unit B.
3. Press
to convert it.
(1) Turning the Secret function off
1. Press 2nd SECRET .
Secret Function
The Secret function allows you to protect confidential listings with a
password, so that no unauthorized person can recall them.
Up to 7 characters can be registered for the password.
If you forget the password, it will be necessary to clear the password
and all secret listings from the memory (see page 18). As a safeguard,
make a written record of the password.
SECRET
.
SET PASSWORD
• If “ALLOW ACCESS TO SECRET DATA”
[–
is displayed instead, a password is
already registered.
To delete and change the password, refer to page 22.
]
2. Enter the password. For example,
1234567
3. Press ENTER .
“PASSWORD [1234567] IS NOW SET”
and an “ S ” are displayed.
The “ S ” indicates the Secret
function is in effect.
S
ALLOW ACCESS TO
SECRET DATA
[–
]
(Enter “1234567” in this case.)
1. Registering a Password
1. Press 2nd
2. Enter the password and press
ENTER .
S
PASSWORD
[ 1234567 ]
IS NOW SET
4. Press C•CE to display the entry prompt.
2. Turning the Secret Function On and Off
When the Secret function is on, an “ S ” is displayed. When the Secret
function is off, the “ S ” is cleared even after the password is registered.
“SECRET DATA ACCESSIBLE!” is displayed briefly. The Secret function
is now off and secret listings can be recalled. The display changes into
the entry prompt without the “ S ”.
• If the incorrect password is entered, “INCORRECT PASSWORD!” will be
displayed briefly and the display changes into the entry prompt.
• Even after the Secret function is turned off, the Secret function will
automatically be turned on after manual or auto power off.
(2) Turning the Secret function on
1. Press 2nd SECRET .
2. Press 1 to select “1 HIDE SECRET”.
1 HIDE SECRET
2 DELETE PASSWORD
“SECRET DATA IS HIDDEN!” is
displayed briefly. The Secret function is
now on and secret listings cannot be
recalled. The display changes into the entry prompt with the “ S ”.
3. Designating the Listings as Secret
Only one password can be registered, but many secret listings can be
entered.
A “ ” next to a listing indicates it is secret. Secret listings cannot be
recalled unless the Secret function is off.
(1) Storing a listing as secret
1. Press 2nd MARK during the data entry.
A “ ” is displayed.
2. Press ENTER to store it in the memory.
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(2) Designating a stored listing as secret
<Example> Designate the listing for “Xmas presents list” as secret.
4. Press
1. Recall the listing.
• If no secret listing is found, “NOT FOUND!” is displayed briefly and the
display returns to the entry prompt.
S
2. Press 2nd
EDIT
Xmas presents list
Sweater for Jill
Ring for Mother
4. Press ENTER .
The listing is now designated as secret.
S
Xmas presents list
Sweater for Jill
Ring for Mother
EDIT
(3) Changing a secret listing to non-secret
1. Turn the Secret function off. (Refer to page 21.)
2. Recall the desired secret listing.
3. Press
2nd
EDIT
to enter the edit mode.
4. Press 2nd MARK .
The “ ” disappears.
The secret listing is now changed to non-secret.
(4) Recalling (and editing) the secret listings
Perform recalling (or editing) the secret listings in each mode.
To recall (and edit) the secret listings, the Secret function must first be
turned off.
(5) Recalling only the secret listings
1. Turn the Secret function off. (Refer to page 21.)
2. Press the desired mode key to display the mode screen in which you
want to recall the listing.
MARK
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(or
2nd
PREV ).
2. Press 2nd
SECRET
.
3. Press 2 to select “2 DELETE
PASSWORD”.
1 HIDE SECRET
2 DELETE PASSWORD
4. Enter the old password to be deleted
and press ENTER .
“PASSWORD IS DELETED!” is displayed briefly and the display changes
into the entry prompt.
5. To register a new password, follow the procedure described in “1.
Registering a Password” on page 21.
If you forget the password
If you forget the password, you have to delete it by deleting all the secret
data.
5. Press ENTER .
3. Press 2nd
NEXT
(6) Deleting and changing the password
1. Turn the Secret function off. (Refer to page 21.)
to enter the edit mode.
3. Press 2nd MARK .
The “ ” is displayed.
2nd
The secret listings only are sequentially recalled.
to display the “
”.
Make sure that you really want to delete them, and see page 18, “(3)
Deleting the password and secret listings”.
3. Slide off the operating batteries cover.
Battery Replacement
General guidelines
The Organizer uses the following type of battery:
Use
Type
General operation Alkaline batteries
Size/Model
Qty.
LR03 (L30)
2
1.Precautions
There are some extremely important points to remember when installing
new batteries:
• Replace the two operating batteries at the same time with new batteries
of the same type.
• Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
4. Remove the old batteries by pulling the ribbon tab.
• Remove batteries from the unit when they become weak or when the
unit will not be used for a long period of time. Leaving weak batteries in
the unit may cause battery leakage and damage from corrosion.
5. Insert the two new batteries on top of the ribbon tab, taking care to
position them correctly according to the plus (+) and minus (–)
terminals, as shown below.
• Do not dispose of batteries by fire as they may explode.
2.Replacing the operating batteries
The Organizer detects two low battery levels which are warning and fatal.
When the batteries is in warning level, the BATT symbol appears at the
display. In fatal level, the organizer will turn off automatically without
indication.
If the BATT symbol still appears or nothing is shown, replace both of the
operating batteries immediately.
1. Press OFF to turn off the Organizer.
6. Replace the cover.
2. Set the battery replacement switch on the bottom of the Organizer to
REPLACE BATTERIES.
7. Set the battery replacement switch to NORMAL OPERATION.
8. Press the RESET switch with a ball-point pen or similar object.
If nothing appears on the display, repeat the above battery replacement
procedure step by step.
9. Set the clock to the correct time.
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★ The following are the settings and contents that may change after
replacing the batteries.
Specifications
• The alarm sound on and off
Model:
YO-515
• The key touch tone on and off
Display:
120 × 40 dot matrix liquid crystal display
• The LCD contrast
Applications:
Calendar, Schedule, To Do, Anniversary, Telephone,
Memo, Expense, Expense Report, Clock, Calculation,
Conversion
Memory capacity:
512 KB Flash memory
User area approx. 384 KB
• The CAPS on and off
• The memory of the calculator
• The first display contents when you press SMBL
Application capacity: 4,000 entries
(Schedule 1,000, TEL 1,000, Memo 1,000, To Do
600, Expense 400) in total
These capacities assume the following average entry
sizes.
Schedule: 22 characters/entry
Tel:
8 characters/entry in the name field
10 characters/entry in number field
Memo:
12 characters/entry in title field
18 characters/entry in description field
To Do:
30 characters/entry in description field
Expense: 6 characters/entry in amount field
11 characters/entry in memo field
Maximum data size per entry: Approx. 2,000 bytes
Calculator digits: 12
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Clock mode:
Accuracy:
Display:
Clock system:
±30 seconds/month (at 25°C/77°F)
Year, month, day, day of the week, hour, minute, AM/
PM, city name, time zone
12-hour/24-hour format (switchable) World clock
function, daylight saving time/summer time display
function, schedule alarm function
Dimensions:
Open:
Closed:
139 mm (W) × 145.5 mm (D) × 11.8 mm (H)
5-15/32" (W) × 5-23/32" (D) × 15/32" (H)
139 mm (W) × 80 mm (D) × 21 mm (H)
5-15/32" (W) × 3-5/32" (D) × 13/16" (H)
Peripherals and Data transfer interface:
Cable jack:
3-pin connector
Power consumption: 0.5 W
Operating temperature: 0°C – 40°C (32°F – 104°F)
Power supply:
Battery: 3V ... (DC)
(Alkaline batteries LR03 × 2)
Battery life:
Battery life may vary depending on usage.
• Approx. 1200 hours
When data is continuously displayed without Backlight (at 25°C/77°F).
• Approx. 300 hours
When data is continuously displayed with Backlight, for 2 minutes per
hourly use (at 25°C/77°F).
• Approx. 270 hours
When data is searched for 5 minutes, and displayed for 55 minutes
per hourly use and Backlight is on for 2 minutes per hourly use (at
25°C/77°F).
Weight: Approx. 175 g (0.39 lb.) (including batteries)
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ESPAÑOL
Instrucciones abreviadas en español
ÍNDICE
Empleo del Organizador por primera vez .......................................... S-1
Luz de fondo .................................................................................... S-2
Ajuste del contraste de LCD ............................................................. S-2
Activación y desactivación del “pitido” ............................................. S-2
Ajuste del reloj ........................................................................................ S-2
Selección del formato de fecha ............................................................... S-2
Almacenamiento de los listines telefónicos ............................................ S-2
Visualización del calendario mensual ..................................................... S-3
Selección del formato semanal ............................................................... S-3
Almacenamiento de los listines del programa de actividades ................. S-3
Almacenamiento de los listines de cosas a hacer (“To Do”) ................... S-3
Almacenamiento de los listines de notas ................................................ S-4
Almacenamiento de los registros de gastos ........................................... S-4
Almacenando listines de aniversarios ..................................................... S-4
Llamada de los listines ........................................................................... S-4
Edición de los listines ............................................................................. S-5
Borrado de los listines ............................................................................ S-5
Modo de conversión ............................................................................... S-5
Empleo del Organizador por primera vez
(1) Instalación de las pilas
1. Ajuste el interruptor de recambio de las pilas en la parte inferior del
Organizador a REPLACE BATTERIES.
2. Deslice y saque la tapa del
compartimiento de las pilas.
3. Instale las dos pilas encima de la tira
de cinta, tal como se observa en la
figura.
4. Reinstale la tapa del compartimiento
de las pilas.
5. Ajuste el interruptor de recambio de
las pilas a NORMAL OPERATION.
(2) Inicialización del Organizador
1. Pulse el interruptor RESET mientras
mantiene pulsado ON . Suelte el interruptor
RESET y luego suelte ON .
Aparece “CLEAR ALL DATA OK(Y/N)?”
2. Pulse Y para inicializar la memoria del
Organizador.
3. Seleccione el idioma deseado. Pulse NEXT
para ir a la siguiente pantalla de idioma, o
pulse PREV para ir a la pantalla de idioma
anterior.
Por ejemplo, pulse 2 para seleccionar inglés.
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ESPAÑOL
Luz de fondo
6. Introduzca el mes, el día y el año. Por ejemplo,
Pulsando BackLight una vez la pantalla permanece encendida mientras
continúa usando el Organizador, hasta que deje de accionar las teclas
durante 15 segundos.
Ajuste del contraste de LCD
1. Pulse
2
MENU
04122001
Utilice
para omitir la entrada de un número que no necesita cambiar.
7. Pulse ENTER . El reloj comenzará a funcionar desde 0 segundo.
8. Pulse CLOCK para que se visualice el reloj mundial.
para seleccionar “2 CONTRAST” (2 CONTRASTE).
2. Pulse
o
para hacer la pantalla
más oscura o más clara.
<
CONTRAST
>
–DARK
–LIGHT
9. Pulse 2nd
EDIT
.
10.Pulse NEXT o PREV hasta que aparezca la ciudad correspondiente al
huso horario deseado.
11.Pulse ENTER .
Activación y desactivación del “pitido”
Selección del formato de fecha
Mientras “ ” se encuentre visualizado, sonará un “pitido” cada vez que
pulsa una tecla. Para activar y desactivar el “pitido”, pulse 2nd
( 2nd
). El pitido no sonará mientras “ ” se encuentre apagado.
1. Pulse MENU
FECHA).
Ajuste del reloj
1. Pulse CLOCK una o dos veces para
que se visualice el reloj local.
2. Pulse
2nd
EDIT
12
24
para seleccionar “5 DATE FORMAT” (5 FORMATO
2. Pulse 1 o 2 para seleccionar “MONTH/DAY/YEAR” o
“DAY.MONTH.YEAR”.
Almacenamiento de los listines telefónicos
NYC
.
MON JAN
[ 18.0 ]
1,2001
12:00AM
3. Pulse NEXT o PREV para que se
visualice la ciudad deseada correspondiente a su zona local entre las
ciudades almacenadas en el Organizador.
4. Pulse
5
para seleccionar el reloj de 12 horas o de 24 horas.
• Cada vez que pulsa 12 24 , la visualización cambia entre ambos
formatos de reloj. Para el reloj de 12 horas, se visualizará AM o PM.
(Nota: 12:00PM: mediodía, 12:00AM: medianoche)
En el modo de teléfono, un listín se compone de 4 entradas: nombre,
número, dirección de correo electrónico y dirección postal.
Asimismo, los listines de teléfono proporcionan 3 archivos (TEL1, TEL2,
TEL3). Cada vez que pulsa TEL , los archivos se desplazan
secuencialmente. Cambie convenientemente entre los archivos para
mantener separados los listines de negocios, privados y de otros fines.
1. Pulse TEL para visualizar el indicador
de entrada de TEL1.
TEL 1
NAME?
5. Introduzca la hora y los minutos. Por ejemplo,
1005
PM
(Para el reloj de 24 horas, pulse 2205).
(Introduzca 2 dígitos tanto para la hora como para los minutos).
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2. Introduzca el nombre, los números de
teléfono y de facsímil, la dirección de
correo electrónico, la dirección. Por
ejemplo,
201–265–5600
johns–P@sharpsec.com
Box G, Sharp Plaza,
Mahwah, New Jersey,
07430–2135, U.S.A. –
Johns, Pat ENTER
201-265-5600
F 265-1234 ENTER
johns-P@sharpsec.com ENTER
Box G, Sharp Plaza,
Mahwah, New Jersey,
07430-2135, U.S.A. ENTER
PREV
PREV
2001
APR
S M T W T F S
1
8
15
22
2
9
16
23
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
1. Pulse
calendario.
1
para que se visualice la pantalla del modo de
1
para seleccionar “1 WEEKLY FORMAT” (1
o 2 para seleccionar “SUN-SAT” o “MON-SUN”.
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4. Ahora, pulse CALENDAR para
comprobar que el listín ha quedado
almacenado en la memoria.
2001
JUN
S M T W T F S
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
8
15
22
29
9
16
23
30
• Observe la etiqueta ( ) a la derecha de “24”. Indica un ítem
programado para esa fecha.
Almacenamiento de los listines de cosas a hacer (“To Do”)
1. Pulse
hacer.
TO DO
para que se visualice el indicador de entrada de cosas a
2. Introduzca la descripción. Por ejemplo,
Call Frank about a sales meeting ENTER
3. Introduzca la prioridad. Por ejemplo,
2. Pulse MENU NEXT
FORMATO SEMANAL).
3. Pulse
7
14
21
28
) para visualizar el calendario del mes siguiente
Selección del formato semanal
CALENDAR
SUN JUN 24,2001
11:30AM~ 1:00PM
Lunch with Tom –
06242001 ENTER
1130 AM 01 PM
Lunch with Tom ENTER
: para mover el cursor o desplazar el calendario una semana
hacia arriba o hacia abajo.
Año
Día de la
1. Pulse CALENDAR para que se
Mes
semana
visualice el modo de calendario.
2. Pulse NEXT (o
(o anterior).
1. Pulse SCHEDULE para que se visualice la pantalla del modo de
programa de actividades.
2. Pulse C•CE para que se visualice el indicador de entrada de fecha.
: para visualizar el mes siguiente o anterior.
“ ” indica que la semana 5ª o 6ª del
mes está oculta abajo. Para visualizar
la semana 5ª o 6ª, pulse
hasta que
el cursor se desplace a la siguiente
pantalla.
Ingrese un listín del programa de actividades del 24 de junio de 2001.
3. Introduzca la fecha, las horas de inicio
y de fin, los detalles del programa. Por
ejemplo,
Visualización del calendario mensual
NEXT
Almacenamiento de los listines del programa de
actividades
2 ENTER
• La prioridad puede ajustarse a cualquier número de 0 a 9 o letra de A a
Z, o puede dejarse en blanco pulsando ENTER .
• El orden de prioridad es de 0 a 9, A a Z, seguido de espacio.
Verificación de los ítems realizados
1. Pulse ENTER para ingresar el modo de índice.
2. Pulse
para seleccionar el ítem.
3. Pulse
para marcarlo como ítem realizado.
Almacenando listines de aniversarios
En el modo de aniversario, podrá especificar el mes y el día (como los
aniversarios de bodas y cumpleaños), o el mes, la semana y el día de la
semana (como el Día de la Madre (segundo domingo de mayo)).
• A los ítems marcados “ ” se asigna la prioridad más baja y se
clasifican al final de la lista.
Mes/Día
1. Pulse
Almacenamiento de los listines de notas
2. Pulse 1 para seleccionar “1 MONTH/DAY” (1 MES/DÍA) y visualizar el
indicador de entrada de fecha.
1. Pulse
MEMO
para que se visualice el indicador de entrada de notas.
2. Introduzca el título. Por ejemplo,
Sweater for Jill
Ring for Mother ENTER
Xmas presents list
Sweater for Jill
Ring for Mother –
Almacenamiento de los registros de gastos
1. Pulse EXPENSE para ingresar el
modo de gastos.
2. Introduzca la fecha de gastos. Por
ejemplo,
04052001
EXPENSE
DATE?
M/D/Y= 4/12/2001
ENTER
4. Introduzca el apunte. Por ejemplo,
Flight tickets for inspection
abroad ENTER
3. Introduzca la fecha y la descripción.
ENTER
FEB 12
–ANN–
Nancy's Birthday –
Mes/Semana
1. Pulse ANN para ingresar el modo de aniversario.
2. Pulse 2 para seleccionar “2 MONTH/WEEK” (2 MES/SEMANA) para
visualizar el modo de entrada de fecha.
3. Introduzca el mes, la semana, el día de
la semana, y a continuación introduzca
la descripción del aniversario.
MAY WEEK 2 SUN
–ANN–
Mother's Day –
05 2 0 ENTER
Mother's Day ENTER
ENTER
3. Introduzca el importe de los gastos. Por ejemplo,
1200
para ingresar el modo de aniversario.
0212 ENTER
Nancy’s Birthday
Xmas presents list ENTER
3. Introduzca los detalles. Por ejemplo,
ANN
THU APR
5,2001
1,200.00
Flight tickets for i
nspection abroad –
Llamada de los listines
(1) Búsqueda secuencial
Permite llamar los listines en el orden de cada modo.
Pulse NEXT (o PREV ) para llamar los listines en orden progresivo (o
regresivo). Mantenga pulsada una u otra tecla para una llamada rápida.
• Pulse 2nd NEXT (o 2nd PREV ) en el modo de programa de
actividades repetidas veces para llamar los listines saltando las fechas
vacantes. Pulse C•CE , C•CE , luego pulse 2nd NEXT (o 2nd PREV )
para visualizar el primer (o último) listín en orden cronológico.
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• Cuando no hayan más listines (existentes o pertinentes) que se puedan
llamar o buscar, aparecerá “NOT FOUND!” (¡NO ESTÁ!) por unos
instantes y volverá a visualizarse el indicador de entrada.
Borrado de los listines
(2) Búsqueda directa
1. Introduzca el primer carácter(es) del nombre deseado en cada modo.
2. Pulse DEL .
2. Pulse NEXT (o PREV ).
Sharp
2nd
.
NEXT
para borrar el listín actualmente visualizado.
Y
• Para cancelar la operación de borrado, pulse
N
.
(2) Borrado de todos los listines en cada modo
1. Pulse MENU 3 para seleccionar “3 DATA DELETION” (3 BORRADO DE
DATOS).
2. Introduzca la palabra.
• Cada vez que pulsa 2nd NEXT , se
visualizarán los listines subsiguientes
que contengan la palabra “Sharp”.
Aparecerá “DELETE? Y/N” (¿BORRAR? S/N).
3. Pulse
(3) Búsqueda por palabra clave
1. Seleccione el modo deseado. (Por ejemplo, pulse TEL ).
3. Pulse
(1) Borrado de un listín.
1. Liame el listin que desea borrar.
Johns, Pat
201–265–5600
F
265–1234
johns–P@sharpsec.com
Box G, Sharp Plaza,
2. Para borrar todos los listines, pulse la tecla de número del modo. (Para
seleccionar “To Do” y “SECRET DATA”, pulse NEXT ).
Aparecerá “DELETE? Y/N” (¿BORRAR? S/N).
3. Pulse
Y
.
(4) Búsqueda por índice
Aparece una lista de los listines llamados, uno por cada renglón.
• Para cancelar la operación de borrado, pulse
1. Seleccione el modo deseado. (Por ejemplo, pulse TEL ).
Modo de conversión
2. Pulse ENTER para ingresar el modo
de índice.
(1) Ajuste del tipo de cambio
1. Pulse CALC/CONV una o dos veces para seleccionar el modo de
conversión.
Johns, Pat
Robert, Smith
Shingo Nakahara
Stevenson Dug
Tom Robert
• Pulsando NEXT y PREV la página
se desplaza secuencialmente hacia
adelante y atrás. Para ver todos los listines, pulse
y
para
seleccionar el listín completo, y pulse ENTER . Seguidamente,
pulse ENTER otra vez para ingresar el modo de índice.
Edición de los listines
1. Llame un listín en el modo deseado.
2. Pulse
2nd
EDIT
.
3. Modifique los datos según se desee.
4. Pulse ENTER para almacenarlo en la memoria.
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N
.
2. Pulse NEXT (o PREV ) para seleccionar el número de la pantalla de
conversión 1.
3. Pulse
2nd
EDIT
.
• La pantalla del resultado se borra y el tipo de cambio destella.
4. Introduzca el tipo de cambio. Por ejemplo,
0.6 ENTER
(2) Conversión de monedas/unidades
Para convertir la unidad A en la unidad B, pulse
Para convertir la unidad B en la unidad A, pulse
.
.
1. Pulse NEXT (o PREV ) para seleccionar la unidad. (En este ejemplo,
seleccione el número de la pantalla de conversión 1: $1 = £0.6).
2. Introduzca el valor que desea convertir.
198
CONVERSION
$
£
1
0.6
198.
3. Pulse
para convertirlo.
Aparecerá el resultado de la conversión.
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Declaration of Conformity
Electronic Organizer : YO-515
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.
Responsible Party:
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2135
TEL: 1-800-BE-SHARP
Tested To Comply With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
WARNING – FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or
modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
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.
Note: A shielded interface cable is required to ensure compliance with
FCC regulations for Class B certification.
YO-515 (E0426E)
PRODUCT SUPPORT
If you have read the ORGANIZER operation manual, but you still require
product support, you can:
Call a Sharp Customer Assistance Center
630-378-3590
(7am to 7pm CST M–F)
Visit our Web Site
http://www.sharp-usa.com
Send an E-mail
pdasupport@sharpsec.com
Write to our Customer Assistance Center
Sharp Electronics Corp.
Customer Assistance Center
Att: WIZARD HELP
1300 Naperville Drive
Romeoville, IL 60446
LIMITED WARRANTY
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants to the first consumer
purchaser that this Sharp brand product (the “Product”), when shipped
in its original container, will be free from defective workmanship and
materials, and agrees that it will, at its option, either repair the defect or
replace the defective Product or part thereof with a new or remanufactured
equivalent at no charge to the purchaser for parts or labor for the period(s)
set forth below.
be liable, or in any way responsible, for any damages or defects in the
Product which were caused by repairs or attempted repairs performed
by anyone other than an authorized servicer. Nor shall Sharp be liable or
in any way responsible for any incidental or consequential economic or
property damage. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you.
This warranty does not apply to any appearance items of the Product nor
to the additional excluded item(s) set forth below nor to any Product the
exterior of which has been damaged or defaced, which has been subjected
to improper voltage or other misuse, abnormal service or handling, or
which has been altered or modified in design or construction.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY
ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
In order to enforce the rights under this limited warranty, the purchaser
should follow the steps set forth below and provide proof of purchase to
the servicer.
The limited warranty described herein is in addition to whatever implied
warranties may be granted to purchasers by law. ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES
INCLUDING
THE
WARRANTIES
OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR USE ARE LIMITED TO THE
PERIOD(S) FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE SET FORTH BELOW.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Neither the sales personnel of the seller nor any other person is authorized
to make any warranties other than those described herein, or to extend
the duration of any warranties beyond the time period described herein
on behalf of Sharp.
The warranties described herein shall be the sole and exclusive warranties
granted by Sharp and shall be the sole and exclusive remedy available
to the purchaser. Correction of defects, in the manner and for the period
of time described herein, shall constitute complete fulfillment of all liabilities
and responsibilities of Sharp to the purchaser with respect to the Product,
and shall constitute full satisfaction of all claims, whether based on
contract, negligence, strict liability or otherwise. In no event shall Sharp
Your Product :
Electronic Organizer
Warranty Period for this
Product :
One (1) year parts and labor from date
of purchase.
Additional Items Excluded
from Warranty Coverage :
Any consumable items such as paper,
maintenance cartridge, ink cartridges
supplied with the Product or to any
equipment or any hardware, software,
firmware, fluorescent lamp, power cords,
covers, rubber parts, or peripherals other
than the Product.
Where to Obtain Service :
At a Sharp Authorized Servicer located
in the United States. To find out the
location of the nearest Sharp Authorized
Servicer, call Sharp toll free at 1-800-BESHARP.
What to do to Obtain Service : Ship (prepaid) or carry in your Product to
a Sharp Authorized Servicer. Be sure to
have proof of purchase available. If you
ship or mail the Product, be sure it is
packaged carefully.
TO OBTAIN SUPPLY, ACCESSORY OR PRODUCT INFORMATION, CALL 1-800-BE-SHARP.
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SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2135
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