Sharp ZQ-750M Specifications

Declaration of Conformity
Electronic Organizer: OZ-730PC/OZ-750PC
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.
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.
Responsible Party:
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2135
TEL: 630-378-3590
Tested To Comply With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
FOR Y
OUR RECORDS....
YOUR
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bottom of the case) below.
Please retain this information
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Introduction
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Introduction
Congratulations on purchasing the OZ-730/OZ-750 Electronic
Organizer.
Please read this operation manual thoroughly to familiarize
yourself with all the features of the unit and to ensure years of
reliable operation. You may also find it useful to keep this
operation manual on hand for reference.
Some of the accessories described in this manual may not be
available at the time you purchase this Organizer.
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NOTICE:
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SHARP strongly recommends that you keep separate
permanent written records of all important data. Data may
be lost or altered in virtually any electronic memory
Organizer 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.
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SHARP assumes no responsibility, directly or indirectly,
for financial losses or claims from third persons resulting
from the use of this Organizer and any of its functions,
such as stolen credit card numbers, the loss or alteration
of stored data, etc.
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The information provided in this manual is subject to
change without notice.
Check with your local SHARP dealer concerning availability.
All company and / or product names are trademarks and/or
registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
Day-Timer  and Day-Timer Organizer  are registered
trademarks of Day-Timers, Inc.
One of the models described in this manual may not be
available in some countries.
Some of the accessories described in the manual may
be unavailable in some countries.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Note:
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The differences between OZ-730/OZ-750 are memory
capacity. Also, the OZ-750 Organizer has an optical
communication terminal (IrDA), while OZ-730 does not.
The remainder of the functions are common.
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Unless otherwise specified, the text and material in this
manual applies to both models.
The screen examples shown in this manual
may not exactly match those of the product.
For example, although the field name is reversed
on the product’s screen, the field name on the
relevant screen in this manual may not be
reversed.
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Contents
Contents
Introduction .......................................................................... 1
Contents ........................................................................... 2-3
Chapter 3
Time Management ................................. 23-30
The Calendar Application
The Schedule Application
The To Do Application
The Birthday / Ann (Anniversary) Application
Chapter 4
Creating Y
our Own Database ............... 31-32
Your
The Tel Application
Caring for the Organizer ...................................................... 4
Chapter 5
Memo ..................................................... 33-34
The Memo Application
Chapter 1
Getting Started ........................................ 5-12
Part Names and Functions
Getting the Organizer Up and Running
Setting up the Organizer after Initialization
Getting to Know Your Organizer
Chapter 6
Desk Accessories .................................. 35-42
The Calc (Calculator) Application
The Clock Application
Chapter 2
General Operation ................................. 13-22
Opening an Application - The First Main Menu
Selecting the Display Modes
Creating a New Entry
Editing an Existing Entry
Editing Techniques
Finding Specific Entries in Your Organizer
Deleting Entries
Checking the Time and Date
Checking the Memory
The Second Main Menu - the Organizer’s Basic Utilities
Chapter 7
Expense ................................................. 43-46
Entering Expense Record
Expense Report
Chapter 8
Features and Utilities for Added P
ower .. 47-50
Power
Copying or Moving Blocks of Text
Copying or Moving Entries
Special Characters
Chapter 9
Data T
ransfer ......................................... 51-54
Transfer
Transferring Data
Exchanging Information with a Personal Computer
Contents
Chapter 10 Personalizing Y
our Organizer ............... 55-60
Your
The Start-Up Display
Setting the Owner’s Information
Locking the Organizer
Changing the Calendar Display Format
Assigning Keys for short-cut entry
Selecting the Large Font View
Chapter 11 How to use the Add-on ......................... 61-62
Installing My Programs application
Setting a My Programs application to Autorun
Appendices .................................................................. 63-67
A. Resetting the Organizer
All reset operation
B. Battery Replacement
General guidelines
Replacing the operating batteries
C. Specifications
Index ............................................................................. 68-71
Product Support ................................................................. 72
Troubleshooting ................................................................. 73
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Caring for the Product
Caring for the
Organizer
The Organizer contains sophisticated circuitry and a glass
display panel which can be damaged if not handled with
care. A few precautions should be taken regarding the
Organizer’s care to ensure it gives you many years of reliable
and trouble-free use.
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Keep the Organizer away from
extreme heat. Do not leave it on the
dashboard of a car or near any
source of heat. Do not leave it in
any place that is extremely damp
or dusty.
Do not drop the Organizer or
subject it to severe impact or
extreme force. Bending the
Organizer unduly can damage it.
Do not use extreme force when
pressing the keys. Do not use any
sharp, pointed object to press
them.
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Sharp or hard object can scratch
and damage the Organizer. Make
sure it is adequately protected
when carried with other objects. Do
not carry it loose in a bag or
briefcase: find a pocket or secure
compartment within your bag.
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Clean the Organizer only with a
soft, dry cloth. Do not use solvents.
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Do not carry the Organizer around
in your back pocket, as it may
break when you sit down. The
display is made of glass and is very
delicate.
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Since this Organizer is not waterproof, do not use it or
store it where fluids, for example water, can splash onto
it. Raindrops, water spray, juice, coffee, steam,
perspiration, etc. will also cause malfunction.
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Replace the batteries as soon as they become weak (see
p.64). Failing to replace weak batteries may result in
leakage or lost data.
Getting Started
CHAPTER
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Getting Started
This chapter explains everything you need to know to set up
and begin working with your Organizer, from installing the
batteries to initialization. The chapter also includes a labeled
illustration of the parts of the Organizer, and basic explanation
of its key features, from the keyboard to the display and its
symbols.
Part Names and Functions
Backlight key
Application keys
Starts appropriate applications
Display
Shows information, and is used for navigating the
various function
Power key
Turns on and off the unit
Page scroll keys
Quick press/release move up or down one record
at a time. Allows moving up or down one screen
at a time if held down for a length of time.
ESC key
Cancels an operation
Keyboard
For entry of characters, numbers and commands
4-pin cable jack
Connects 4-pin Communication Cable for PC
synchronization
Arrow keys
Menu key
Opens the Application Menu
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Getting the Organizer Up and Running
Reset button
Initializes and resets
the Organizer.
Battery replacement switch
Locks the battery compartment
to prevent access to the batteries.
Installing the batteries
1.
Set the battery replacement switch on the bottom of the
Organizer to REPLACE BATTERIES (a red dot becomes
visible).
2.
Slide off the operating batteries cover.
3.
Insert two batteries on top of the ribbon tab, making sure
they are positioned correctly according to plus (+) and
minus (-) polarity, as shown below.
Operating battery compartment
Holds operating batteries.
Infrared port (OZ
-750 only)
(OZ-750
For wireless communication with
other OZ-750 Organizers.
4-pin Cable Jack
Connects 4-pin Communication
Cable for PC synchronization.
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3.
Press
to initialize the Organizer.
The message “Working... Please wait.” appears while the
Organizer proceeds with the initialization procedure.
The Welcome message then appears.
Setting up the Organizer after Initialization
4.
Replace the cover.
5.
Set the battery replacement switch back to NORMAL
OPERATION (the red dot disappears).
The Organizer will not function unless the battery
replacement switch is in the NORMAL OPERATION
position.
Initializing
The Organizer must be initialized when it is used for the first
time.
key.
1.
Press and hold the
2.
While holding down the
key, push the RESET button
on the bottom of the Organizer using a pen or some other
pointed object. The following message will appear.
The Organizer takes you through the various steps needed to
set up the Organizer before use. These steps are described
below. We strongly recommend that you complete the entire
set up procedure before starting to actually use your Organizer.
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Welcome messages and instructions
Setting the display contrast
Setting the clock
Welcome messages and instructions
After pressing
to confirm initializing the unit, the Organizer
displays the following welcome message, briefly outlining its
functions.
Press
to proceed to the Basic Instruction screen. Press
again to proceed with Display Contrast setup screen.
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Press
Setting the Display Contrast
If the display is not clear, press
satisfactory.
or
until the display is
Press
to proceed with setting up the Clock as described
below (or
to quit the set up procedure).
to proceed with setting the Time and Date.
Setting the Time and Date
After selecting the city, the ADJUST TIME / DATE screen
appears.
Setting the City
In order to make sure that the Calendar, Schedule and other
time-based applications work correctly, the built-in clock must
be set to the correct time, date and city. When this Organizer
is first initialized, the city is automatically set to New York. Before
setting the Clock, you should first select the city for which you
want to set the time.
After setting the Display Contrast, the following list of cities
appears.
1.
If the desired city does not appear, press
more cities.
Select the time system you want the clock to use by
or , then press
or .
pressing
2.
In the LOCAL DATE field, press
to display the pop-up
and
to select the current month,
calendar. Use
then use the arrow keys to select today’s date.
3.
once and the date has been selected. The popPress
up calendar disappears and the date now appears in the
LOCAL DATE field.
4.
Press
to move to LOCAL TIME field. Enter the local
time, preceding single-digit hours and minutes with “0”.
Press
to select PM or
for AM.
to display
You can jump to a particular city by pressing the first
letter of that country name.
2.
1.
Select the desired city by moving the cursor to it and then
to confirm. Or select numbers
directly.
press
Press
5.
to proceed to the Daylight Saving Time screen.
If your city is currently on Daylight Saving Time, press
(Yes), otherwise press (No), then press
to confirm.
A new screen then appears to inform you that the basic setup
Getting Started
procedure is now completed, and the Organizer is ready for
use. However, there are other areas in which you can customize
your Organizer further by setting various options.
The CHANGE WORLD CITY screen appears. A list of six capital
cities is given, with five cities displayed at one time.
3.
If the city you wish to select does not appear in the list,
type the first letter of the desired country.
4.
Select the desired city by moving the cursor to it and then
or select numbers
directly.
press
Setting the Start-up Display
You can control the way Organizer behaves each time you
turn it on, including the background that appears. You can
choose to activate the Autorun function before setting an
autorun of My Program application once the Organizer is turned
on.
1.
then press
. Select AUTORUN in MY
Press
.
PROGRAMS MENU and press
2.
Use
and
to select application then press
.
Setting the World City
In addition to setting the local city, you can also select the
world city, to display the time in another city of your choice
alongside the Local time. When the Organizer is initialized, the
world city is set to London.
To select the world city:
1.
Press
twice to enter the Second Main Menu and select
CLOCK then press
.
2.
Press
to open the Clock menu and select CHANGE
WORLD CITY then press
.
Setting the Password and Locking the Organizer
The Organizer allows you to keep selected entries in your
Organizer secure by locking it with a password. Once the
Organizer is locked, the Secret entries cannot be accessed
until the Organizer is unlocked, for which the password must
be given.
Select this option if you want to define a password and lock
the Organizer.
1.
Press
2.
Select Secret then press
3.
Select LOCK ORGANIZER then press
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
.
.
The Lock Organizer screen appears.
4.
Enter the password you wish to use then press
.
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5.
Re-type the password to confirm and then press
.
A message appears reminding you to remember your password
or keep it in a safe place.
adequate when outdoors or when travelling on public tansport.
Follow the procedure below adjust the LCD contrast.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select Contrast then press
The Second Main Menu appears.
3.
Adjust the contrast by pressing
Turning the Organizer on and off
4.
Press
Press
to turn the power on and press
again to turn the
power off. The Organizer will not operate if the battery
replacement switch is in the REPLACE BATTERIES position.
Turning the key beep / alarm sound on and off
6.
Press
.
Auto power off
To conserve battery power, the Organizer will turn itself off if it
has not been used for about 7 consecutive minutes. However,
in order to avoid accidentally interrupting data transfers, the
auto power-off function is disabled while communicating with
other devices.
If the Organizer’s power goes off automatically before an entry
you have been working with is stored in an application, the
data will not be lost. When you press
, the Organizer will
return to the same operating state as before the power turned
off automatically.
Setting the LCD contrast
From time to time, the contrast of the LCD display may have to
be adjusted for ideal readability. You may find, for example,
that a contrast setting that was fine for the home or office is not
.
and
or
and
.
when you are satisfied with the contrast.
The Organizer can be set to make a sound (a beep) each time
a key is pressed. This may help you to know whether a key
has been pressed properly. The default setting is on. You can
use the Second Main Menu to change the setting.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select Sound then press
3.
/
to choose ON or OFF in KEY SOUND /
Press
SCHEDULE ALARM/ DAILY ALARM.
4.
Press
/
5.
Press
.
.
to move between different options.
Backlight
The organizer provides a built-in Backlight, which allows you
to view the display and use the organizer even in low-light
conditions, eg. in a theater, restaurant, or business
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presentation. Pressing
once illuminates the display for as
long as you continue to use the organizer, until you have not
typed any key for about 1 minute or press
again.
Note: Do not use the backlight unnecessarily.
Since the backlight drains power from the operating
batteries, excessive use of the backlight will significantly
reduce your battery life.
Continuous use of the backlight will, over time, lead to
gradual loss of brightness.
When working in one application, you can switch to another
application simply by pressing that application key (Main / Tel
/ Schedule / Memo / My Programs only). Data being processed
in the first application will be kept, even if the entry is not
complete.
Menu operations
Another powerful aspect of using the Organizer is its menu
system, which can be used to quickly issue commands and
perform operations. Press
once displays the application
menu, which contains the operations and commands specific
to the particular application.
Getting to Know Your Organizer
OZ-730/OZ-750 is a compact yet sophisticated information
management device that you can use anytime. Its applications
and utilities allow you to enter and organize information, and it
has powerful communications facilities that enable you to put
that information to optimum use when you return to your home
or office. You can quickly update your computerized mailing
lists, for example, or even transfer your notes, letters and
memos onto a PC for further processing.
Applications
Operations on the Organizer are performed using applications.
The Organizer’s Calendar and Schedule, for example, are
applications that record and display time related information.
To start an application, select the application in the Main Menus
or press the Application keys on the left of the screen (Main /
Tel / Schedule / Memo / My Programs).
Pop-up menus
The Organizer’s pop-up menus offer a convenient and efficient
method of selecting options from pre-defined lists, similar to
many of the latest personal computer application software
packages. Most applications and functions contain some popup fields. When the user moves to one of these fields, the popcauses
up symbol appears on the right of the field. Pressing
the pop-up menu to appear, containing a list of options or
values currently available for that field. You can then select the
desired item from the list without having to type any text.
In addition, all date fields function as pop-up fields. Where a
to display the
date can be entered, the user can press
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special pop-up one-month calendar. You can use
and
to
select the desired month, then the arrow keys to select the
desired date. You may find this more convenient than typing in
the date directly, since the pop-up calendar also shows the
days of the week.
Display Symbols
The following symbols appear at the top right hand corner of
the screen to indicate various operating conditions.
has been pressed. In caps lock mode, all
typed letters will be in upper case. Press
again to turn off the caps lock.
The
The keyboard
The Organizer’s keyboard has a standard layout, just like a
works just like the Shift key on a
typewriter or computer.
typewriter or computer, and
is like the Caps Lock key.
Symbols in Dark blue above a key such as ’ or : can be
accessed by holding down
and then pressing the
appropriate key.
Functions in violet above a key, such as SEARCH, can be
accessed by pressing the particular key after pressing . There
while you press the desired key.
is no need to hold down
Special symbols and characters, such as “?” and “/”,
. For a full
can also be entered by using
explanation, see P.48.
key has been pressed
The current entry (in View or Edit mode) has
been marked as Secret.
The Organizer is locked. Entries marked as
secret cannot be accessed without first entering
the password and unlocking the Organizer. (see
p.56)
These symbols indicate that all information in
an entry cannot be shown simultaneously on the
display. The additional entries or fields which
cannot fit onto the display can be viewed by
pressing the displayed arrow keys.
General Operation
CHAPTER
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Selecting the Display Modes
General Operation
This chapter introduces most of the Organizer’s basic
operations. The T
el application will be used for the examples.
Tel
However, most of the techniques described here can be
applied to all of the Organizer’s applications.
Opening an Application - The First Main
Menu
To start an application, press
to enter the Main Menu to
select the application or simply press the application key
located on the left of the display. Press
/
/
/
, the selected application will appear. Any application
already being displayed will be hidden whenever a new
application is selected. You can always return to another
application at the exact point where you left off simply by
pressing its key again. However, only one application can be
displayed at a time.
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Once an application is open, you can switch between three
basic display modes: Index, View and Edit. Each display mode
has its own unique appearance and particular purpose. Index
mode is normally the default view when an application is
opened, and provides a summary of the individual entries that
after selecting a particular
have been created. Pressing
entry causes the entry to be displayed in View mode, which
shows the full details of the entry. During View mode, no entry
details may be altered.
Pressing
either when an entry is displayed in View
mode or is selected in Index Mode, causes the entry to be
displayed in Edit mode. The entry’s details can then be altered
as desired. Edit mode is also used when a new entry is being
created (by pressing
).
Index mode
The Index mode shows you a list view of the entry within the
application. This allows you to easily find a particular entry,
which you can then display in full (View mode) by pressing
.
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Deletes the currently selected entry.
Other operations:
Creates a new entry for the current application
(in Edit mode).
Displays any previous/subsequent entries not
shown.
Displays the currently selected entry and edits it
(Edit mode).
Displays any information not shown within an
entry.
Deletes the currently selected entry.
Switches to Index mode.
Displays any previous/subsequent entries not
shown.
Edit mode
Selects an entry
Edit mode is used to create a new entry or edit an existing
entry.
Displays category menu and user can select a
category
View mode
View mode allows you to see the full details of an entry, without
being able to edit or change it.
Other operations:
Creates a new entry for the current application
(in Edit mode).
Edits the currently displayed entry.
Other operations:
When you cancel your changes to the data in
edit mode, “Do you really want to throw away all
of these changes? Yes: [ENTER] / No: [ESC]”
will be shown for confirmation.
Stores an entry in the Organizer’s memory or
initiates an operation.
Stores an edited entry as new and leaves the
original entry unchanged.
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Activities the pop-up menu for a field displaying
the “pop-up” symbol.
Moves the cursor.
2
Displays any information not shown within an
entry.
Creating a New Entry
In Index or View mode, pressing
creating a new entry.
opens a blank form for
Make the following new Tel entry:
CATEGORY
LAST NAME
FIRST NAME
OFFICE#
FAX#
COMPANY
TITLE
PERSONAL
Jones
Pat
201-555-6546
201-555-6547
SHARP Corporation
Supervisor
1.
Press
to open the application.
2.
Press
on the keyboard.
A blank form opens in Edit mode.
3.
Press
to move to the CATEGORY field . Press
open the pop-up menu. Select PERSONAL.
4.
Press
Jones.
Jones
to move to the LAST NAME field and type in
5.
Press
at.
Pat
to move to the FIRST NAME field and type in
6.
to move to the OFFICE# field and type in 201Press
555-6546
555-6546.
7.
Press
6547.
6547
8.
Press to move to the COMPANY field and type in SHARP
Corporation.
Corporation
9.
Press
10. Press
to
to move to the FAX# field and type in 201-555-
to move to the TITLE field and type in Supervisor
Supervisor.
to store the entry.
The message “Stored!” appears briefly. The entry is now stored
in the Organizer’s memory and displayed in View mode.
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For other useful methods available in Edit mode, see
right.
Editing an Existing Entry
To edit an entry already stored in memory, you must first access
the entry in Edit mode (in which it was originally created).
1.
Press
2.
Select the desired entry in Index mode.
3.
Press
4.
Make any necessary changes.
5.
Press
to open the application.
to open the entry in Edit mode.
to store the changes when you are finished.
The new, edited entry is now stored, replacing the original entry.
Editing Techniques
This section explains all the general editing techniques used
in Edit mode when making a new entry or editing an existing
entry in all of the applications. (The Memo application has many
additional features for working with text; see p.33 for more
information.)
Fields
Most applications divide the display into field boxes. The
number of fields in each application varies, as do the types of
fields. The different types of field include text fields, a date
field, time fields and pop-up fields.
You can type any character into a text field. The size of a text
field is limited only by the size of the entry. Text fields adjust
their size automatically to accommodate the number of lines
entered.
Only a date can be entered in a date field, usually in the format
MM/DD/YYYY For example, you would type 07232000 to enter
July 23, 2000.
Only a time of day can be entered in the time field, in the format
of HH:MM followed by
or
(for AM and PM). For example,
to enter 9:00 AM, you would type 0900 then press .
When the pop-up symbol
appears by a field while editing
an entry, this indicates that a pop-up menu is available for the
field. The pop-up menu contains a list of values available for
and selecting the desired
the field, and is used by pressing
value from the pop-up list. Note that the pop-up symbol only
General Operation
appears next to a field in Edit mode, when the field is selected.
When you move out of a pop-up field, the pop-up symbol
disappears.
The cursor
The cursor is used to work with text, indicating the position
where text will be entered or deleted. It is also used to select
items from menus or lists.
In text fields, where there is no restriction on the type of text
(letters or numbers) that can be entered, the cursor appears
as |.
In the date and time fields, the cursor appears as , indicating
that numbers only should be entered in a specified format (see
above).
In text fields or boxes when there is no character at the
cursor position, the cursor appears as | .
Typing in text
Typing in text is simple and straightforward. The Organizer’s
keyboard layout is just like the keyboard on a typewriter or
computer.
Letters (lower
-case and upper
-case)
(lower-case
upper-case)
Any of the standard letters (A to Z) can be entered by pressing
the corresponding key. All letters will normally appear in lower
keys while pressing letter key
case. Hold down either of the
functions like a “Caps
(s) to enter upper-case letters.
lock” key on a typewriter or computer. Once pressed, the
symbol will appear at the upper right corner of the display.
Any letters typed while the Organizer is in CAPS mode will
appear in upper case. To switch back to lower-case mode,
again. To enter lower-case letters while in
simply press
CAPS mode, hold down
while pressing a letter key.
Numbers
Pressing the corresponding numeric keys enters numbers.
Numbers are entered regardless of whether CAPS mode is on
or off.
Symbols
The symbols that appear in dark blue above certain keys can
while
be entered directly from the keyboard. Holding down
pressing the appropriate key will allow you to enter these
symbols. Colons can be entered by holding down
and
key. In addition, a large number of special
pressing the
symbols are available by pressing
. (see p.48)
Moving around the Display
You can move the cursor around the display with the arrow
,
. In addition, you can hold any arrow key
keys
down for continuous rapid movement.
The following convenient keyboard shortcuts are also available
in Edit mode:
Moves the cursor to the end of the line.
Moves the cursor to the beginning of the line.
Moves the cursor to the first line of a field.
Moves the cursor to the last line of a field.
Moves the cursor to the first field.
Moves the cursor to the last field.
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For a full explanation of the cut / copy / paste functions,
see p.47.
Deleting Text
If you make a mistake while entering text, use the following
key to erase the incorrect text, then enter the correct text:
Deletes the character before the cursor.
Working with Blocks of Text
Working with a block of text is sometimes easier and more
convenient than working with characters one by one. The first
step is to select the text to work with.
1.
Hold down the
key while using the arrow keys to move
over the entire text that you want to work with. This will
“highlight” the text (display it in reverse white on black).
Scrolling the Display
If there is more information than can be displayed at one time,
or
will appear at the top right hand corner of the screen.
to scroll the information one line at a time.
Press or
Finding Specific Entries in Your Organizer
There are a number of ways that you can locate entries and
information in your Organizer. One is to scroll between entries
or
keys. Others are as follows.
using the
Using Index Mode
Index mode gives you a listing of all the entries in a particular
application. It is useful for providing a summary list of the entries
contained for that application, from which a desired entry may
be selected.
2.
You can now perform a number of operations on the
selected text.
Deletes the selected text
Copies the selected text to the clipboard so that
it can later be pasted to another location.
Deletes the selected text from its current location
and moves it to the clipboard.
Replaces the selected text with whatever is
currently in the clipboard.
1.
to enter the Main Menu Screen to select the
Press
application or press the desired application key directly.
2.
If it is not already displayed, switch to Index mode by
.
pressing
A list of the existing entries appears.
3.
If the desired entry is not displayed, you can scroll the list
or .
of entries by pressing
General Operation
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2
4.
When the desired entry is displayed, select it and press
to see the entry in full.
3.
Enter the name you are looking for. For example, type
at.
Pat
5.
The most relevant entry will be highlighted if you press
to see the
any letters / symbols / numbers. Press
details of the entry. (Only available in Tel / Memo
application).
4.
or
Press
searching.
6.
You can choose how items are arranged in an index by
changing the index mode in INDEX ITEMS / INDEX BY
within the application menu. (Only available in Tel / To Do
/ Memo applications).
and select Tel and press
to start
To search only secret entries (see p.58), press
to check the SECRET ONLY item.
The Organizer will now display the first entry that contains the
“keyword” that you entered.
Using Keywords
If you know a particular entry is in your organizer, but you
cannot remember where, you can use the Search command
to find it.
1.
to enter the Main Menu Screen to select the
Press
application or press the desired application key directly.
2.
Press
and then press
The Search window will open.
.
If there is more than one entry that contains the keyword, press
until you find the entry you are looking for. Then press
when you have finished searching.
By Date
You can use the Calendar to quickly and easily find information
related to a time and / or date.
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General Operation
1.
Press
to enter the Main Menu and select CALENDAR.
The Calendar of the current month appears. (If there is a dot
besides a specific day, it indicates that there is a Schedule
appointment; if a specific date is displayed in reverse, it means
that there is a Birthday / ANN entry.)
Deleting Entries
Entries in the Organizer can be deleted using either the
key or the application menu.
Deleting single entries
2.
Select a day using the arrow keys, then press
to view
the Schedule, Birthday / Ann or To Do entries on the
selected day.
1.
Open the desired application.
2.
Select the entry in Index mode or view mode.
3.
Press
on the keyboard.
A confirmation message appears asking if you are sure you
want to delete the selected entry.
4.
Press
(or
to cancel the deletion).
Deleting entries using the application menu
For more information about using the Calendar
application, see p.23.
You can open the Calendar menu by pressing
select the desired Calendar view.
to
You can also make deletions using the application menu. The
DATA DELETION submenu allows you to do this flexibly and
easily.
1.
Open the desired application.
2.
Select the entry in Index mode or display it in View mode.
3.
Press
menu.
4.
Select DATA DELETION, then press
in the selected function to open the application
.
General Operation
Deletes a selected entry.
Deletes all entries in the
selected category
Deletes all entries in all TEL
files
5.
Select SELECTED ENTRY, then press
.
A warning message appears asking if you are sure you want
to delete the entry.
6.
Press
(or
to cancel the deletion).
Checking the Time and Date
The current time and date are shown on the top of the Main
to jump to the Main Menu screen directly.
Screen. Press
1.
Press
twice to enter the Second Main Menu and select
Clock to check the current date and time.
2.
Press
or any other application key to close the Clock
application.
For a full explanation of the Clock application, see p.38.
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Checking the Memory
The Organizer has a certain memory capacity in which
operations are carried out and data that has been entered,
such as phone numbers and memos, are stored. When the
amount of data already stored approaches the Organizer’s
maximum memory capacity, you may not be able to store an
entry or the data being processed may be lost when you
change applications. To avoid these problems, you should
check the remaining memory space regularly and free up space
when necessary by deleting out-of-date entries. The Check
Memory function allows you to easily check the amount of free
memory available in the Organizer, and thus avoid the
inconvenience of running out of memory and losing data.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select Memory then press
.
The display shows the summary of the Organizer’s memory
usage, availability and version number.
3.
Press
to close the display.
Even if the display shows a small amount of free memory
available, that amount may be insufficient for certain
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operations to work properly. You are strongly
recommended to carry out regular “housekeeping” by
deleting unwanted or out-of-date information to prevent
the memory becoming full.
Contrast- Setting the display contrast (see p.10)
Formats- Setting the calendar display format and time
system (see p.59)
Sound- Setting the key sound / daily alarm / schedule
alarm on or off (see p.10)
The Second Main Menu - the Organizer’s
Basic Utilities
Start-up display- Activating the autorun of basic application
or choosing to show / hide the owner’s information (see
p.55)
Many of the basic utilities are accessed through the Second
Main Menu. It is also used to set up and configure certain
features, such as the display contrast.
Press
twice to enter the Second Main Menu then press
the number key to enter the respective application or move
the cursor to select the application and press
.
Key Assignment (see p.60)
Setting the Owner’s Information
The Owner Information comprises your name, address and
telephone number. You can choose to have this information
displayed each time you turn the Organizer on.
If you make a mistake while entering the Owner
Information, don’t worry! You can edit the Owner
Information easily during normal use.
Clock- The unit’s built-in clock displays the correct time
and date in your area.
1.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu and select
Press
.
Start-up Display then press
Secret- Setting the password / locking the organizer (see
p.56)
2.
Press
to move to the OWNER INFORMATION field.
/
to choose SHOW or HIDE the owner’s
Press
information.
Memory- Checking the memory size (see p.21)
Time Management
CHAPTER
3
Daily Calendar:
Time Management
The Organizer’s Calendar
o Do and Birthday /
Calendar,, Schedule, T
To
Ann (Anniversary) applications let you structure and manage
your time easily, whether scheduling appointments or giving
reminders about important people and events. The
explanations and examples in this chapter will give you the
information you need to make all of the time management
features of these applications work for you on a daily basis.
The Calendar Application
The Calendar represents the Organizer’s most central utility. It
serves as a calendar that you can reference at any time for the
correct date, and also as a time management utility, indicating
important dates so that you can keep track of your time and
appointments. The application performs as a highly
sophisticated calendar that can display details of any month
from January 1901 to December 2099. The Calendar also
provides you with a convenient way of accessing, viewing and
making new entries in the Ann and Schedule applications.
The specified day is shown.
You can use the Calendar menu to select a particular Calendar
view directly, regardless of which view you are already using.
to open the Calendar menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select VIEW and press
3.
Select the desired view in the submenu and press
3
.
.
Selecting a date
From any view, you can scroll to the previous or next time
or ,
period (whether the next month or day) by pressing
then moving the cursor to a specific date to select it for display
in another Calendar view. However, another convenient way
of selecting a date that is not on the display is using GO TO A
SPECIFIC DATE in the Calendar application menu.
1.
Press
in any Calendar view, and select GO TO A
SPECIFIC DATE, then press
.
A date entry window appears.
The Calendar provides you several Calendar views: 3-Month
View and Daily Calendar.
3-Month Calendar:
The specified month is centered, and the
previous and the next months are shown
on the left and the right, respectively.
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2.
Enter the date you want to select in the order of month,
day, and year. Single-digit months and days should be
preceded by a “0”.
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3.
Press
.
The Calendar application menu
Creates a new entry (p.15)
Selects the Calendar view
(see p.23)
Goes to today
Goes directly to a particular
date (see p.23)
Selects the specific entries
for deletion (see p.20)
The selected date will appear in the current Calendar view.
You can select GO TO TODAY in Calendar menu to
directly skip to today.
You can select DAILY in VIEW menu to jump to today’s
Daily calendar.
Date Calculating
You can find and display any date a given number of days
before or after a particular date.
Example: View the calendar 60 days from today.
1.
Enter into the 3-Month view.
2.
Select GO TO TODAY in Calendar menu to skip directly
to today.
3.
to specify the date 60 days in the
Press
future. The calendar for the corresponding month
appears, with the appropriate date selected.
Press
to specify a number of days in the past,
for a number of days in the future.
The Schedule Application
The Schedule application allows you to enter appointments,
times and dates for meetings, parties and events, and also to
set an alarm to sound prior to or at the time of a scheduled
entry. This makes it easy to organize your entire day and
manage your appointments. Schedule entries are indicated
on the Calendar’s 3-Monthly view and Daily Calendar view.
Selecting a specific date
If you want to jump to a specific date to find entries or make a
new entry, you can do it easily using the application menu.
1.
, and
In Index mode of the Schedule application, press
.
select GO TO A SPECIFIC DATE, then press
A date entry window appears.
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2.
Enter the date you want to go to.
3.
Press
.
The first entry on that day is selected in Index mode.
2.
Open a new entry by pressing
the application menu.
3.
Enter the Date and then move to the TIME field.
4.
Enter the starting time and ending time, each followed by
(PM).
or choosing NEW in
Move the cursor to the alarm time field. Alarm time will
automatically be set 15 minutes before the schedule starting
time.
5.
Enter the desired alarm. Type 1200 and press
6.
Move to the DESCRIPTION field and type Lunch with
Sally..
Sally
Setting a Schedule alarm
7.
Press
A Schedule alarm can be set to remind you of scheduled events
such as appointments and meetings. You can set an alarm for
any entry that has a starting time set. Alarms that have been
set will sound even if the unit is turned off.
To set an alarm for any entry that has already been stored,
display the entry in Edit mode and enter the desired alarm
time in the alarm field.
Enter the following information with an alarm set for one hour
in advance:
Clearing a set alarm
1.
Press
Date
Time
Description
2.
Select Sound then press
3.
Move the cursor to choose OFF in SCHEDULE ALARM/
DAILY ALARM.
or press
If you would like to make a new entry, press
and then select NEW, or if you would like to view other entries
or .
on that date, press
1.
Press
or press
July 16, 2000.
1:00 - 2:00 pm
Lunch with Sally
to enter the Main Menu and select Schedule
to enter the application directly.
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(PM).
.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
.
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The Schedule application menu (in Daily View screen)
Creates a new entry (p.15)
Edits an existing entry (p.16)
Selects the Calendar view
(see p.23)
Goes to Today
Goes directly to a particular
date. (see p.23)
Locks the record. (p.57)
Selects the specific entries
for deletion (see p.20)
Transfers data from one unit
to another unit - available
only in OZ-750 (see p.51)
The To Do application
The To Do application is a valuable organizational tool to help
you meet deadlines and to add structure and efficiency to your
work that you set for yourself. This application allows you to
organize and track tasks and objectives and assign them
priorities. To help you in this task, entries are identified as TO
BE DONE or DONE.
Making new entries
Entries in the To Do application contain five fields: Category,
Description, Due Date, Priority, and DONE indicator. The
category field, which you can define yourself and assign as
you like, can be used to manage tasks according to project,
the personnel involved in them, or any other groupings you
wish to define.
Assigning priority to entries
In the PRIORITY field you can enter a number (1-5) or letter N,
which then indicates the importance of a task or project.
Enter the following information:
Description
Priority
Prepare market analysis of computers
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1.
Press
to enter the Main Menu and select To Do.
2.
Press
directly or press
and then select NEW.
Time Management
The To Do entry display opens.
Enter the following information:
Description
Due Date
Sales report
June 20, 2000.
In the To Do application:
3.
Enter the description of the entry. Type Prepare market
analysis of computers
computers.
4.
Skip the DUE DATE field and move to the PRIORITY field.
5.
Type 1.
6.
Press
1.
Press
directly or press
application menu.
2.
Type Sales Report
Report.
3.
Move to the DUE DATE field. Enter the due date in the
06202000, or press
order of the month, day, year. Type 06202000
, use
and
to display June 2000, then use
to move to the 20th of the month.
4.
Press
Assigning due dates to entries
A To Do entry must be given a due date (or month) so the
Organizer knows how to classify it and the Calendar knows
when it becomes due. The due date can be entered either by
typing in the actual date, or by selecting the date from the
pop-up calendar and using the arrow keys to select the desired
month and day.
to select NEW in the
.
At index view, a ! mark will be displayed beside an
overdue entry (ie. an entry for which the due date has
passed).
.
The entry is now stored.
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Finding entries using Index mode
1.
Go to Index mode.
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There are two Index modes in the To Do application. One is
TO BE DONE and the other is DONE. Select VIEW from the
application menu to switch between TO BE DONE index mode
or DONE index mode. Index mode in the To Do application
can show entries based either on their priority level or their
due date. In the default setting, entries are arranged in
chronological order based on the due date. Select INDEX BY
from the To Do application menu, then PRIORITY from the
submenu to display entries based on priority. To display entries
in chronological order based on due date, select INDEX BY
from the menu, then DATE from the submenu. This means
you can access entries in the way that is most convenient for
you.
2.
Press
3.
Press
and
to select the entry you want to review.
to see the entry in full.
Check off entries in the To Do application.
1.
Select the entry in Index mode.
2.
Press
The entry is checked off and marked with . The DUE DATE
field name changes to DONE DATE and today’s date appears
in it. The checked off item is sent to DONE index.
3.
If To Do application is assigned the application key,
press the application key to change the TO BE DONE /
DONE Index view.
to switch to One Data View.
Once a project or task is completed, and you no longer
need the To Do reminder, you can delete the entry, or
groups of entries, which will free up memory in the
Organizer.
Checking off completed entries
This operation can be done in the To Do application, which
lets you check off a task that you have completed before its
due date.
Press
If you mistakenly check off an entry as completed, you
again.
can uncheck the entry by pressing
However, if you do this, the entry will be stored without
a due date.
The entry is displayed in View mode.
Once you have reached a target you set for yourself, it is a
good idea to check off the entry as completed so that you can
concentrate on things still to be done.
.
Updating the Category list
You may wish to edit the names of existing categories.
1.
From the To Do application’s Index view, press
.
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2.
Select CATEGORIES then press
.
The To Do application menu
The CATEGORIES window appears.
3.
Make the desired change to the category list.
4.
Press
to store the edited entry.
The To Do Index view appears.
When you edit a category name, any To Do entries that
refer to that category are automatically updated to reflect
the change.
Using the Index Mode
The To Do application allows you to define the way in which
your entries are sorted in index view. You can select among
DATE or PRIORITY.
1.
From the To Do application’s Index view, press
select INDEX BY.
2.
Move the cursor to select the index mode by DATE or
PRIORITY then press
. (In Index view, you can press
/
directly for Index by Date or Index by Priority
respectively.)
then
Creates a new entry. (p.15)
Edits an existing entry. (p.16)
Changes the view mode
between TO BE DONE /
DONE
Sets password to lock a
record.
Opens the CATEGORIES
window so you can edit
categories
Changes the Index mode by
date or priority (see p.29)
Selects the specific entries
for deletion (see p.20)
The Birthday / Ann (Anniversary) Application
The Birthday / Ann (Anniversary) application makes it easy for
you to keep track of annual events, such as wedding
anniversaries and birthdays of friends, relatives and business
associates. Once entered, the annual events are indicated by
dates highlighted in white on black on the Calendar, giving
you plenty of warning to prepare for them well in advance every
after selecting the
year. You can access them by pressing
desired date.
The Birthday / Ann application menu
Creates a new entry. (p.15)
Edits an existing entry. (p.16)
Sets password to lock a
record (see p.56)
Selects the specific entries
for deletion. (see p.20)
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Creating Your Own Database
CHAPTER
4
C r e a t i n g Yo u r
Own Database
This chapter describes using the T
el (T
elephone). The
Tel
(Telephone).
flexibility of the application allows you to manage a wide
range of information, from simple address book to an
extensive restaurant guide or even a listing of your important
business contacts.
The TEL Index view appears.
When you edit a category name, any TEL entries that
refer to that category are automatically updated to reflect
the change.
Changing the Index Items
You can specify either Name and Office# or Name and Home#
to be displayed on the Index mode of the Tel application.
1.
Press
directly or select TEL in the Main Menu to open
the application.
2.
Press
The Tel Application
The Tel application stores the names, telephone numbers, and
addresses of business clients, companies, personal friends
and so on.
You may wish to edit the names of existing categories.
From the TEL application’s index view, press
2.
Select CATEGORIES, then press
.
The CATEGORIES window appears.
3.
Make the desired change to the category list.
4.
Press
to store the edited entry.
.
The INDEX ITEMS window opens.
3.
Updating the Category list
1.
, select INDEX ITEMS, then press
The current setting is indicated by a tick.
To make a new Tel entry, see page 15.
.
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Select the desired index item, then press
.
Then Name and Office# or Name and Home# will be displayed
on the Index mode of the Tel application.
You can also choose to index the name field by its First Name
or Last Name in INDEX BY within the application menu.
Modifying the Field Order
The Tel application also allows you to define the field order of
each category. You can assign a kind of field order for each
category. Two kinds of field order. “Personal” and “Business”
are available for you to choose.
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Creating Your Own Database
1.
2.
Press
directly or select TEL in the Main Menu to open
the application.
Press
, select FIELD ORDER, then press
.
The FIELD ORDER window appears.
3.
Assign a kind of field order for each category.
4.
Press
when you have finished. (Or
changes)
cancel the
For the details of the Tel application, see p.13.
The Tel application menu
Creates a new entry (see
p.15)
Edits an existing entry (see
p.16)
Sets password to lock a
record (see p.56)
Opens the CATEGORY
window so you can edit or
select category
Selects the INDEX ITEMS
according to the Home
number or Office number
Selects the FIELD ORDER
assigned to PERSONAL or
BUSINESS category.
Selects the INDEX BY to
change the index according
to the FIRST NAME or LAST
NAME.
Selects the specific entries
for deletion (see p.20)
Transfers data from one unit
to other unit - available only
in OZ-750 (see p.51)
Memo
CHAPTER
5
Memo
This chapter explains the features of the Memo application,
the Organizer’s basic word processing utility. This application
provides powerful word processing capability in a hand-held
device.
The Memo Application
The Organizer’s Memo application provides you with a simple
yet powerful means of recording information, from meeting
notes to memorandums and letters.
Before reading this chapter, be sure you have read Editing
Techniques in Chapter 2. More advanced editing features are
used in this chapter. Be sure you have a good understanding
of the Organizer’s basic editing procedures before beginning
to use the Memo application.
Creating documents
1.
Press
press
33
to enter the Main Menu and select Memo or
directly.
3.
rank
Type in the title Letter to F
Frank
rank.
4.
Press
5.
Type in the following letter (pressing
new line):
.
to move to a
July 10, 2000
Mr. Frank Smith
Chairman
ABC Co. Ltd.
Dear Mr. Smith:
Thank you for your fax of July 5th, 2000 regarding the Alpha
Project.
We agree that it is too difficult to answer your questions about
our new project properly based on the available information.
We will receive the proper documentation within the next week.
The Memo application opens in Index mode.
This shouldn’t cause any delay in our production schedules.
2.
Sincerely,
Press
directly or press
application menu.
and select NEW in the
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Memo
It is not necessary to press
at the end of each
line. The Organizer will automatically perform word
wrapping onto the next line when the current line is full.
6.
Press
when you have finished entering the text.
The entry is then stored and displayed in View mode.
Finding entries
Memo entries can be sorted for display in two ways:
alphabetically according to their title, and by date of entry. You
can choose whether to display the entries in date order or
alphabetical order to make finding the desired entry as easy
as possible.
If the alphabetical order is selected, type in a title is
good idea for quick access to the data.
The Memo application menu
Creates a new entry. (p.15)
Edits an existing entry. (p.16)
Sets password to lock a
record (see p.56)
Changes the Index mode by
date or title (see p.34)
Selects specific entries for
deletion (see p.20)
Transfers data from one unit
to another unit - available
only in OZ-750 (see p.51)
Desk Accessories
CHAPTER
6
Desk Accessories
The Organizer’s desk accessories are a set of valuable utilities
for everyday use. The Calc (Calculator) can perform
calculations on figures entered using the number keys. The
Clock can simultaneously display the day, date, and time in
any two cities of your choice. This chapter provides all the
information you need to enjoy full use of these very useful
applications.
The Calc (Calculator) Application
To quit the Calc application, simply change to any other
application by pressing the corresponding key.
To clear an entered value, press
entire calculator operation, press
Using the arithmetic calculator
1.
Press
press
.
to enter the Main Menu and select CALC, then
once. To clear an
twice.
Calculations are performed in the order of entry, not
according to algebraic operator precedence, ie., the
calculation 8 + 2 x 3 is performed as: (8 + 2) x 3 not 8
+ (2 x 3). This is just as for a regular electronic calculator.
An M shown on the display indicates that a value is
stored in the calculator’s memory. Press
twice to
clear the memory.
Press
The Organizer provides a 12-digit calculator which performs
mathematical operations. In addition, it has a powerful currency
/ units conversion function.
Press
to change the sign of a displayed value.
to erase the last digit typed.
An E shown on the display indicates an error, usually
an overflow error (when no more digits can be
displayed). When this happens, the calculator will
usually ignore any subsequent input until the error is
cleared. press
to clear the error.
For further information on other calculator operations,
see p.36.
When E appears
2.
Perform the calculation using the numeric and
mathematical symbol keys on the keyboard, just as you
would with a regular electronic calculator.
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When any of the following situations occur, the error indicator
to
E is displayed and calculations are suspended. Press
clear the error.
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36
Desk Accessories
The integer part of the calculation result is within the
range of 13 to 24 digits (a rough calculation is obtained).
Example:
4567890123 [x] 456 [=]
2.08295789608 is displayed with E, which
indicates that the rough result is :
2.08295789608 x 1012 (ie. 2,082,957,896,080)
The integer part of the calculation result exceeds 24
digits.
The integer part of the numerical value in the memory
exceeds 12 digits.
A number is divided by “0”.
Calculation examples
Conversion function
The Organizer can be used to perform conversions between
different currencies and units of length, area, volume, mass,
temperature and energy. There are 4 conversion index groups.
The first index group comprises 8 currency conversion screens
in which you can set and edit the exchange rates yourself. The
other 3 index groups have preset conversion factors so
conversion can be performed right away.
Changing the currency rate
to enter the Main Menu and select Conversion.
1. Press
For example, you want to set one Canadian dollar equal to
0.45 pounds Sterling:
2.
Press
in order to change the rate.
Desk Accessories
The exchange rate line starts to blink.
3.
Press
0.45.
to clear the original rate first. Then enter the rate
Make sure that a maximum of 10 digits can be entered.
4.
Press
to move to the currency name field and then
change what you want.
Example: C$ → STR
Performing a conversion
For example, you want to find out how many liters there are in
10 gallons:
1.
to enter the Main Menu and select Conversion
Press
then press
.
again to see conversion lists.)
(Press
2.
Press
and
or
and
to move through seven
conversion groups until you find the Volume units
conversion.
3.
Select gal → l and then press
4.
Enter 10 gallons and then press
.
to convert it.
The answer is displayed under the unit rate.
A maximum of seven characters can be entered on each side.
5.
Press
when you have finished (or
changes).
to cancel the
If you want to set another currency exchange rate, start again
from step 2 above. You can use each currency conversion at
any time once it has been set.
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If you want to know how many gallons are equal to 10 litres,
key to change from gal → l to gal ← l.
press
The method of converting currencies, units of length / area /
mass / temperature / energy is the same as above.
Press
to change the sign of a displayed value.
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The following table shows the conversion factors that are preset
in your Organizer.
CONVERSION
Currencies
Length
Area
Volume
Mass
Temperature
Energy
UNITS
User-Specified
inch-cm
feet-m
yard-m
mile-km
acre-m2
acre-ha
gal-l
I.gal-l
fl.oz-ml
I.fl.oz-ml
oz-g
lb-kg
°F-°C
cal-J
hp-W
PS-W
FACTOR
User-Specified
2.54
0.3048
0.9144
1.609344
4,046.86
0.404686
3.78541
4.54609
29.5735
28.4131
28.3495
0.45359237
5/9(°F-32)
4.18605
745.7
735.5
The Clock Application
The unit’s built-in clock makes it possible not only to know the
correct time and date in your area, but also to know the time in
other cities or any region around the world. The Clock is used
as the reference time by the Calendar, Schedule, and To Do
applications. In addition to these features, daylight saving time
(DST) can be enabled for any city you designate, and for those
countries that use an annual Daylight Saving Time adjustment.
As an aid to international business and travel, the Organizer is
set to display the time in any other city you choose (called the
World City) as well as your own city (the Local city).
twice to enter the Second Main
To view the Clock, press
Menu and select Clock, then press
.
Changing the Local city
The Local city is the city selected to provide the local time.
When you first use your Organizer, the default Local city is set
as New York. To change this setting:
1.
Press
to open the Clock menu.
2.
Select CHANGE LOCAL CITY, then press
.
Desk Accessories
Czech Republic
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Dominican Republic
French Polynesia
United Arab Emirates
United States of America
A list of cities appears. The currently selected city is at the top
of the list. The cities are listed in alphabetical order by country
and then by city name.
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CZECH REP.
TRINID. & TOB.
DOMINICAN REP.
FR. POLYNESIA
U.A. EMIRATES
USA
Country and city names in the list and their relative time
differences are current as of July 1997.
3.
Type the first letter of the name of the country in which the
target city is located. (For example, if you wanted to select
San Francisco, you would type U for United States.)
and
to display the city you want.
Then use
4.
Use
and
or number
to
to select a city. You
can also use
and
to move up and down the list.
5.
If the selected city observes Daylight Saving Time, press
to indicate this.
This advances the Local time by one hour. A symbol appears
beside the city to indicate that daylight saving time has been
set.
6.
Press
.
The Clock window appears, showing the new Local city. The
time is automatically adjusted.
Certain countries will be abbreviated as follows:
Federal Republic of Germany
Papua New Guinea
GERMANY, F.R.
PAPUA N.GUINEA
Setting the time and date
1.
Press
to open the Clock menu.
2.
Select ADJUST TIME / DATE and press
.
The ADJUST TIME / DATE window opens.
The window has three fields: Time System, Local Date, and
Local Time.
3.
Press or to indicate whether you want the time shown
in 12- or 24-hour format.
4.
Move to the LOCAL DATE field. Enter the current month
and day in two digits, and the year in four digits. You can
also select the date by pressing
to display the pop-up
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calendar, then press
desired month, then
day.)
. (Use
or
to display the
to move to the current
You can set any date from January 1st, 1901 to December 31st,
2099.
5.
Move to the LOCAL TIME field, enter the current time and
or
(for AM or PM). Be sure to enter a 0 before
press
a single-digit hour or minute entry.
6.
Press
(or
To change the W
orld city:
World
to open the Clock menu.
1. Press
2.
Select CHANGE WORLD CITY.
A list of five cities appears. These will be the six cities you most
recently selected, or checked the time in. The currently selected
World city appears at the top of the list.
to cancel the changes).
The time and date are now stored.
Because the Organizer automatically adjusts the time
after the Local city is changed, you should select the
Local city before setting the time and date.
Changing the setting in the TIME SYSTEM field also
changes the time display format for all the Organizer’s
time-related applications and functions, such as
Schedule.
Checking the time in a city
You can find out the time anywhere in the world using the Clock
application by selecting another city, called the World city.
Selecting a city as the World city will display the time in that
city as well as the Local city if you choose Clock in the Second
Main Menu. The Organizer also shows you the time difference
between the current World city and the Local city. When you
first use the Organizer, the default World city is London.
3.
If the city you want to select as your World city is on the
list, select it and then press proceed from step 6 below. If
not, type the first letter of the country containing the target
city.
A list of cities appears. Just as for the LOCAL CITY list, all cities
in this list are in alphabetical order according to country name.
Use
,
to display the city you want.
4.
Select the desired city.
5.
If Daylight Saving Time (DST) is observed by the selected
to indicate this.
city, press
A symbol appears beside the city, indicating that DST has been
set.
Desk Accessories
6.
Press
.
The city is selected as the World city and the window closes.
The Clock window briefly appears, indicating the time in the
selected World city. The time difference relative to the Local
city is displayed below the World city time.
Daylight Saving Time (DST)
Assigning DST to a city
Designating Daylight Saving Time (DST) for a city automatically
sets the time for that city one hour ahead of its regular time.
1.
Press
2.
Select either CHANGE LOCAL CITY or CHANGE WORLD
CITY (it doesn’t matter which you choose) then press
.
3.
Select the desired city using
4.
Press
,
and
.
.
A symbol appears to the left of the city, indicating that DST is
in effect.
5.
Press
Enabling and disabling DST
Once DST is assigned to a city, it remains in effect until it is deassigned. Once a year, cities using DST will switch back to
regular time. Rather than having to de-assign DST for each
city separately, you can simply disable the Organizer’s DST
feature itself, which then applies to all cities within the Organizer.
When these cities switch back to DST, you can simply re-enable
the feature without having to change any city’s entry.
.
To de-assign a city’s DST setting, simply follow the above
procedure and press
again (this toggles DST between
on and off).
to open the Clock menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select ENABLE DST and press
3.
The current DST setting (enabled or disabled) is indicated
by a tick. Select ENABLE DST to change the setting.
to open the Clock menu.
,
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.
When DST is disabled, the DST symbol disappears from the
Clock display.
Setting daily alarms
You can set alarms just like on a regular clock, separately from
Schedule events, using the Clock menu. Set alarms will sound
even if the Organizer is turned off.
This can be especially convenient, for example, when you need
an alarm as a simple reminder, but do not want to make a full
Schedule entry.
1.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu and select
Press
Clock then press
.
2.
Press
to open the Clock Menu and select SET DAILY
ALARM.
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The SET DAILY ALARM window opens. You can set up to five
alarms.
twice and select Sound, then press
1.
Press
2.
Select DAILY ALARM in the SOUND menu.
3.
Choose OFF, then press
.
.
The Clock application menu
3.
Enter the time for the desired alarm, followed by
for AM or PM.
4.
Press
5.
Move to the next field and set any other alarms you want
using the same procedure.
6.
Press
or
to set the alarm.
(or
to cancel setting).
Turning alarms on and off
To turn off an alarm that is sounding, press
. Alarms will
turn off automatically after sounding for 15 seconds.
To unset an alarm, select SET DAILY ALARM from the Clock
Menu, select the alarm you want to turn off, and press
.
Disabling all alarms
Once you have set an alarm, it will sound at the appropriate
time whether the Organizer is turned on or off.
There may be times when you do not want to hear any of the
set alarms. You can disable all Daily alarms sound easily.
Sets the time and date
Sets the local city
Sets the world city
Sets and controls up to five
alarms to sound daily
Turns all DST settings on or
off
Expense
CHAPTER
7
Expense
3.
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Press to move to the Category field. Press
to select
to choose item.
the desired category. Press
Select PERSONAL
The Expense function is an easy way to track expense
information for the traveling business person. Each record
can contain the category, date, amount, payment type
(AMEX, Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club, check, cash or two
other types of your choice), status and a description of the
expenses. In addition, the EXPENSE REPORT option allows
you to see the total expenses for a single day or for a certain
period.
4.
Enter the date in the order of month, day, year. Type in
, use
and
to display
the date 06172000, or press
and to move to 17th of the
June 2000, then use
month.
5.
Press
6.
Type in the amount 100
100.
Entering Expense Record
1.
Press
to enter the Main Menu and select Expense,
.
then press
The Expense application opens in Index mode.
2.
Press
directly or press
application menu.
to move to the Amount field.
The expense amount can be up to 10 digits including
up to two decimal places.
and select NEW in the
7.
A blank form opens in Edit mode.
to select the
Move to the Payment Type field. Press
to selected the
desired payment type. Press
desired item.
Select Visa.
8.
Move to the Memo field and use the keyboard to input
the description of the expense.
C RENT
AL SERVICE
For example: Type in Car rental at AB
ABC
RENTAL
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Expense
9.
Move to the Status field. Press
to select the desired
to select.
status mode. Press
Select TO BE SUBMITTED
Expense Report
A summary is a collection of records in the EXPENSE REPORT
mode. Daily or Period expense summaries for entire records
or for each payment type can be obtained.
Records marked as secret are not included in
summaries if the SECRET function is on.
10. Press
If an inappropriate date is entered (for example, an
ending date which is earlier than the starting date), no
calculation will be made, so be sure to enter the correct
dates.
to store the entry.
The message “Stored!” appears briefly. The entry is now stored
and displayed in view mode.
Select EXPENSE REPORT in Expense menu to jump to
Expense Report function directly.
Summarizing expense records for a specific date
Press
or
to switch to Index mode.
Simple calculations like addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division can be performed in the
AMOUNT field by using the numerical and mathematical
symbol keys on the keyboard. If an error occurs, you
can clear the calculation by pressing .
To summarize all records in the BUSINESS category for AMEX
on Aug 15, 2000, for example:
1.
to enter the Main Menu and select Expense
Press
.
then press
2.
Press
3.
Select EXPENSE REPORT then press
to open the Expense menu.
A blank form is displayed.
.
Expense
then press
4.
Press
to select BUSINESS, then press
.
5.
Press to move to the Period field. Enter the From date
or the To date.
Move to the Payment Type field. Press
7.
Move to the Status field and select TO BE SUBMITTED.
8.
when you have finished. The day’s AMEX
Press
expense total is displayed.
to select AMEX.
.
2.
Press
3.
Select EXPENSE REPORT then press
to open the Expense menu.
.
A blank form is displayed.
4.
Select ALL.
5.
Press to move to the Period field. Enter the From and
To date.
Type in 08152000
08152000.
6.
Type in 07142000 and 08142000 respectively.
6.
Move to the Payment Type field and select ALL.
7.
Move to the Status field and select ALL.
8.
Press
when you have finished. The total expense
amount for the specified period is calculated and
displayed.
Summarizing expense records for a certain period
For example, you want to find out the total amount of all
expenses from July 14 to Aug 14, 2000:
1.
Press
to enter the Main Menu and select Expense
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Entering and changing category and payment type
settings
In the CATEGORIES and PAYMENT TYPE reference lists, there
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Expense
are 12 types of categories and 8 types of payments. You can
change the order of these existing categories and payment
types or use another name or enter some new names.
1.
to enter the Main Menu and select Expense
Press
.
then press
2.
Press
3.
Select CATEGORIES or PAYMENT TYPE and then press
.
4.
Make any changes as you like.
5.
Press
to save the changes (or
changes).
to open the Expense menu.
to cancel the
Expense application menu
Creates a new entry (see
p.43)
Edits an existing entry (see
p.16)
Sets password to lock a
record
Selects the Expense Report
function (see above)
Opens the CATEGORIES
window so you can edit the
category (see above)
Opens the PAYMENT TYPE
window so you can edit the
payment type (see above)
Selects specific entries for
deletion (see p.20)
CHAPTER
8
Features and
Utilities for Added
Power
In addition to its basic functions, the Organizer also provides
a wide range of utilities and features to give you even greater
control over your information. This chapter introduces and
describes these features, which include text cutting, copying,
pasting and many more. Most people will not need to use all
of these features on a daily basis. Y
ou can pick and choose
You
from among them to find the features that best suit your
current task and your own way of working.
In general, Schedule, T
o Do, Birthday / Ann, Expense, T
el,
To
Tel,
Memo applications share the features explained in this
chapter, while exceptions are clearly noted.
Features and Utilities for Added Power
2.
Make sure the cursor is placed at the start of the text you
want to select.
3.
Hold
down while moving the cursor across the desired
text to select it.
4.
to move the selected text to a new location
Press
(i.e. remove it from its original location).
if you want to make a copy of the text (and leave
Press
the original text unchanged).
The selected text is stored in the clipboard.
5.
Copying or Moving Blocks of Text
The Organizer lets you cut, copy or paste blocks of text using
the keyboard. The first step in cutting, copying, and pasting is
to select the block of text you want to work with.
Text that has been cut or copied is stored on the unit’s internal
clipboard. Only one block of text can be stored in the clipboard
at a time, and it will remain there until a new block of text is cut
or copied. There is no limit to the number of times you can
pasted the same text from the clipboard.
1.
Select an entry in its application’s Index mode then display
it in Edit mode.
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Press
if you want to store the original entry with any
changes you have made (including moving or copying
the selected text), or press
to discard all the changes
you have made to the original entry. Note that even if you
press
, the text you selected will remain in the clipboard
for you to use.
6.
Open an entry, in Edit mode, in which you want to place
the text.
7.
Place the cursor at the start of the text you want to paste.
8.
Press
.
The text you selected is now pasted into the new location.
9.
Press
text.
to store the amended entry with the pasted
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Features and Utilities for Added Power
By highlighting some text before pressing
, it can
be replaced with the pasted text. Thus you can easily
replace one block of text with another by highlighting it
before pasting.
Copying or Moving Entries
The CUT / COPY / PASTE operations provide a quick,
convenient way for you to copy or move an entire entry to
another location. Entries have to be in the same file and same
application.
1.
Select an entry that you want to copy or move in index
mode.
2.
Press
3.
Press
4.
Press
5.
Make any necessary changes to the duplicated entry.
to store the entry when you have finished.
Press
Special Characters
The Organizer has a list of symbols, such as “ ` ” and “ | ” .
These symbols and accented characters can be easily
accessed and inserted into an entry. Select any of these special
characters and insert it at the cursor's current location.
1.
When entering data or editing an entry in any application
in Edit mode, position the cursor where you want to insert
a symbol or special character.
2.
Press
on the keyboard.
The Symbol window appears.
.
or select NEW in the application menu.
.
3.
Press
enter.
4.
Press the corresponding numeric key “0” - “9” to enter
the selected symbol.
or
until you see the character you want to
The symbol window closes and the selected character is
entered at the current cursor position.
5.
If the symbol you just selected is an accent mark (¨, ˆ, ´,
` or ˜), type the letter for which you want that accent mark
to be used.
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When you next open the Symbol menu, the character
you selected will be selected again as the default. The
Organizer automatically displays the ten characters
most recently selected from the Symbol menu in its first
page, making it easy to quickly access characters that
you use frequently.
You can use the following keyboard shortcuts:
keyboard shortcut
˜
`
´
¨
ˆ
Ç
ß
followed by the desired letter
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Data Transfer
CHAPTER
9
Transfer device
Transferable data and Peripherals Most suitable task
required
direction of transfer
(→:sent from OZ-750
←: received in OZ-750)
Another
OZ-750
Organizers
Single entries, entire IrDA transfer
files/applications
→
←
→
Docking
←
Module
Data Transfer
Your Organizer is a powerful pocketsize computer with built
built-in functions that make it possible to accomplish a broad range
of tasks. It has the flexibility to connect to other Organizers
and transfer data to desktop computers using data transfer
facilities, which are accessed through the application menu.
This chapter provides descriptions and examples to get you
up and running quickly with these powerful features.
Transferring Data
There are several ways to transfer information - whether specific
entries or entire files - between OZ-750 and other information
processing devices, including personal computers. In this way,
you can back up your information to guard against losing it, or
copy information so that you or someone else can work with it
on another device. A summary of transfer devices, transferable
data, and tasks to which a transfer device is most suited is
provided in the table below.
Personal
computer (see
p.52)
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Exchanging data
with other OZ-750
Organizers.
PC synchronization
Only OZ-750 has the function of infrared transfer.
Depending upon the SHARP or third-party software you
are using, some features and capabilities may vary.
The Auto power off function (see p.10) is disabled in all
transfer modes.
Transferring between two OZ-750 Organizers
Data can be transferred directly between two OZ-750
Organizers via the infrared port. Single entries or all the entries
in an application can be transferred in the Schedule, Memo
and Tel applications.
The transfer procedure differs according to whether single
entries or complete files are to be transferred.
Press
at any time to interrupt and cancel a transfer.
After a transfer, the display returns to the application
being used before the transfer procedure has begun.
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Data Transfer
Transfer single entries
2.
Open the same application on each Organizer.
Single entries can be transferred in TEL, SCHEDULE and
MEMO.
3.
On the receiving Organizer, press
to open the
application menu and select UNIT TO UNIT TRANSFER
then press
.
4.
Select GET DATA (APPEND) then press
5.
On the sending Organizer, press
to open the
application menu and select UNIT TO UNIT TRANSFER
then press
.
1.
Turn on both Organizers.
2.
On the sending Organizer, select the entry you want to
send.
3.
On the receiving Organizer, press
to open the
application menu and select UNIT TO UNIT TRANSFER
then press
.
A submenu opens.
.
A submenu opens.
6.
Select SEND ALL IN THIS VIEW.
All entries in the application are transferred.
(“SEND ALL IN THIS VIEW” does not appear in the Schedule
application.)
4.
Select GET DATA (APPEND) then press
.
5.
On the sending Organizer, open the application menu
.
and select UNIT TO UNIT TRANSFER then press
.
Select SEND SELECTED ENTRY then press
The selected entry is transferred and appended to data in the
appropriate application.
Transferring all entries in an application.
All entries in Schedule, Memo and Tel can be transferred.
1.
Turn on both Organizers.
Exchanging Information with a Personal
Computer
Using included Organizer Link software (Day-Timer Organizer
SHARP Edition) and cable (Docking Module), you can
exchange data with a personal computer. This makes it
possible, for example, to use the unit when outside your home
or office, then later transfer the data you have entered on the
Organizer to your desktop computer.
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To setup the Organizer for use with the Organizer Link:
1.
Make sure the unit is turned off.
2.
Plug the Docking Module into the jack on the Organizer
and into the PC’s serial port (e.g. COM1). See the “Quick
Start Guide” for details.
3.
Turn on the Organizer, press
(PC LINK) mode.
to activate the PC SYNC
Your Organizer is now ready to transfer data. Consult the DayTimer Organizer  SHARP Edition HELP file regarding
subsequent transfer procedures.
at any time to exit the PC-Link mode. If you leave the
Press
Organizer in PC Link mode, more power is consumed from
the batteries than usual, and the auto power off function does
not work.
to leave the PC
To conserve battery power, always press
Link mode as soon as you have finished transferring data.
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Data Transfer
Personalizing Your Organizer
CHAPTER
10
55
Personalizing
Your Organizer
Now that you have an understanding of all of the Organizer’s
functions and its operation, let’s take a look at the various
ways you can customize the Organizer to suit your personal
preferences: entries can be made secure through password
protection and by marking them as secret; and a large font
view can be selected for the Organizer’s display.
The Organizer offers a level of security for its entries and
operations. It is to define particular entries within various
applications as secret, and then enable the L
OCK
LOCK
ORGANIZER option in the Second Main Menu.
4.
Press
then press
. Select AUTORUN in MY
.
PROGRAMS MENU and press
5.
Select the program for autorun by pressing the number
. A Checkmark is then added to the selected
or
program which will run automatically each time the
Organizer is turned on.
6.
Select Start-up Display in the Second Main Menu then
press
. In the START UP menu, press
to move to
to select SHOW
OWNER INFORMATION and press
or HIDE the information once the Organizer is turned on
then press
to confirm.
The Start-Up Display
You can choose to have a program run whenever the Organizer
is turned on, using the AUTORUN feature. You can also choose
to show or hide owner information when you power on the
Organizer.
1.
Press
2.
Select Start-up Display then press
3.
In the AUTORUN field, you can choose ON and press
to activate the autorun first.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
.
Setting the Owner’s Information
The Owner’s Information comprises your name, address and
telephone number.
1.
Press
2.
Select Owner Info, then press
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
The cursor starts in the NAME field.
.
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3.
Enter your name, then press
.
security feature for users whose Organizers contain sensitive
information.
The cursor moves to the telephone number field.
4.
Enter your telephone number, then press
.
Turning on the LOCK
1.
The cursor moves to the address field.
5.
Enter your full address.
Press
6.
Press
to move the start of the next line.
when done.
Press
twice to enter the Second Main Menu, select
Secret then press
.
The SECRET submenu appears.
2.
Select LOCK ORGANIZER, then press
.
The LOCK ORGANIZER window appears prompting you to
enter a password.
A message appears confirming the Owner Information has now
been set.
Locking the Organizer
The Organizer’s LOCK function allows you to keep selected
information in your Organizer secure by locking it with a
password that you specify. Entries that you have marked as
secret cannot be accessed until the Organizer is unlocked using
the Password. Individual entries can be marked as secret, so
that only someone who knows the password can access them
by unlocking the Organizer. Marking entries as secret has no
effect until the Organizer is locked.
After registering a password, you will be prompted to enter
that password upon start-up. The Organizer cannot be used if
the password is not entered correctly. This is an important
3.
Enter any password up to sixteen characters long then
press
. Letters and numbers can all be used. This text
box is case-sensitive which means that upper-and lowercase letters are treated differently. The password
“SHARP”, for example, is different from the passwords
“Sharp” or “sharp”.
Choose your password carefully. If you forget your
password, there is no way to bypass the Secret function
or enter a new password without losing all data marked
as Secret. It is strongly recommended that you use a
password that you will always be able to remember,
but which other people will be unable to guess.
Personalizing Your Organizer
4.
A message appears warning you not to forget the password. If
you have any doubt about whether or not you will always be
able to recall this password, write it down and keep it in a safe
place.
5.
more information, see the next section).
Re-type the password to confirm and then press
to
to cancel the operation).
store the password (or
All entries marked as secret throughout the Organizer will then
be hidden and will not be accessible until the Organizer is
unlocked by giving the correct password.
Press
.
appears on the top right corner indicating that any information
you mark as secret will now be hidden.
Marking / unmarking entries as Secret
You can mark or unmark any entry as secret in Edit mode.
Accessing Secret entries
Entries marked as secret are not shown in any of the
Organizer’s display modes when it is locked, and cannot be
accessed using any of the search methods. To be able to recall
and access secret entries, the Organizer must first be unlocked.
1.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu, select
Press
.
Secret then press
The Secret submenu appears.
2.
Select LOCK ORGANIZER then press
.
A window appears, prompting you to enter your password.
3.
Enter your password exactly as you registered it.
4.
Press
.
1.
Open the application containing the entry you want to
mark as secret.
If the password is correct,
2.
Display the entry in Edit mode.
If the password is incorrect, a message appears indicating this.
3.
Press
to open the application menu. Select SET
SECRET STATUS and press
.
5.
“ ” symbol appears on the top right corner.
If the Organizer has been locked (which hides all secret
entries), an entry which has just been marked as secret
will be hidden together with all other secret entries (for
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disappears.
After unlocking the Organizer, access any entry you want
using the normal procedures.
If you forget your password, you will not be able to
unlock the Organizer and access your secret
information. If this happens, you will have to delete the
old password to be able to continue to use the Secret
function. This will also delete all entries marked as
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secret. For a full explanation of what to do if this occurs,
see below, p.56.
You can press
and then press
to find only
those entries marked as secret once the Organizer is
unlocked (see p.19).
1.
Press
2.
Select Secret then press
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
.
The SECRET submenu appears.
.
3.
Select DELETE PASSWORD then press
4.
Enter your password exactly as you registered it.
5.
Press
Automatic Relocking
Once a password has been registered, even if you unlock the
Organizer using the procedure above, the Organizer will
automatically lock itself each time you turn it off. This automatic
relock feature protects your secret data in case you forget to
relock the Organizer. The feature remains in effect as long as a
password is registered. To disable this feature, the password
must be deleted once the Organizer is unlocked.
You can also lock the Organizer yourself at any time:
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select Secret then press
.
The SECRET submenu appears.
3.
Select LOCK ORGANIZER and press
.
A message appears indicating that the Organizer is unlocked.
Entries that were marked as secret can be accessed until a
new password is registered (to register a new password, use
the procedure for Registering a password on p.56).
If you forget your password...
.
appears at the top right corner indicating that the Organizer
is now locked.
Changing or deleting the password
To register a new password, the current one must first be
deleted.
If you have forgotten your password, the only way you will be
able to delete it and continue to use the Secret function is to
delete all entries marked as secret.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select Secret then press
The Secret submenu appears.
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3.
Select DELETE ALL SECRET DATA and press
.
A warning message appears asking if you are sure you want
to delete all the secret entries. If you have forgotten your
password, you have no choice but to proceed.
4.
Press
to delete all secret entries. This will then allow
you to enter a new password.
Changing the Calendar Display Format
The Organizer lets you change the default Calendar display to
one you find more convenient. There are two aspects to
changing the display: setting the weekly format and setting up
the date format. You can use these options to set up a way of
working that you prefer.
Setting up the weekly format
You can set the Three-month view in the Calendar application
to show the weeks in either a Sunday-to Saturday format (this
is the default) or Monday-to Sunday format.
In the Calendar application:
1.
Press
2.
Select Formats then press
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
In WEEKLY FORMAT, press
.
The Three-month view and daily view are then displayed
accordingly.
Setting up the date format
Almost all Organizer applications require a date to be entered
at some point. The default format for date entry is “MM/DD/
YYYY”, where MM is the two-digit month, DD is the two-digit
day of the month and YYYY is the four-digit year. The date will
be displayed as “MMM DD,YYYY”, where MMM is the threecharacter abbreviation for the month name. However, you can
choose instead to have the date entered in the format “DD.
MM.YYYY”, which will then be displayed in the format “DD MMM
YYYY”.
For example, in MM/DD/YYYY format, the date July 4th, 2000
will be entered as “07042000” and displayed as “JUL 4, 2000”.
However in DD.MM.YYYY format, the same date will be entered
as “04072000” and displayed as “4 JUL 2000”.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select Formats then press
.
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A submenu appears.
3.
.
A submenu appears.
3.
MONDAY, then press
In DATE FORMAT, press
.
format, then press
and
to select the desired
Setting the time system
/
to select SUNDAY or
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You can choose the time system to be displayed in 12- or 24hour display format.
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1.
Press
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
2.
Select Formats then press
In TIME SYSTEM, press
.
or 24, then press
Press the number or move the cursor and press
assign the application on the selected key e.g. press
Calendar is assigned to KEY 1.
5.
A message showing that the buttons are successfully set
appears on the screen.
.
A submenu appears.
3.
4.
and
to select 12 (the default)
to
,
When you select Key Assignment in the Second Main
Menu, the current key assigned can be seen. Press
to reset the keys to their default.
Assigning Keys for short-cut entry
You can assign 3 function keys to specific applications to
facilitate easier and faster access to assigned applications. Any
applications in First Main Menu and My Programs can be
assigned in addition to the Clock function in the Second Main
Menu.
1.
Highlight the application that want to assign a key to e.g.
Calendar.
2.
To set the key assignment, open the application menu of
Main Menu or My Programs.
3.
Select ASSIGN TO KEY then press
assignments are displayed.
. The current key
Selecting the Large Font View
Since the Organizer’s display is fairly small, you may find the
displayed information easier to read if it is changed into a large
font view.
In general, all of the Organizer’s applications (except Clock,
Calc, Calendar, Expense Report applications) share this feature.
If you want to change the screen to be a larger font view,
key on the keyboard. If you want to resume
just press
again.
it, press
How to use the Add-on
CHAPTER
11
How to use the
Add-on
Add-on software programs add functionality to your
Organizer. They are specially designed for your Organizer,
named My Programs.
Once installed, you can access and run these
programs from the My Programs screen. T
o display
To
.
the My Programs screen, press
3.
Click the [Customize] button and double click the file you
want to install.
4.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Using the program
1.
Press
to view list of installed programs.
2.
Launch the application by pressing the
corresponds to the application.
-
1.
Press
Using the A
UTORUN feature, you can run an add-on
AUTORUN
program when the Organizer is turned on.
2.
Use
3.
Press
4.
Select DELETE SELECTED MY PROGRAM.
5.
Press
Additional software for your Organizer can be found on the
included Software CD-ROM, as well as on the internet (SHARP’s
homepage).
1.
Connect Docking Module to Organizer and PC.
2.
Insert the included CD. If using Windows 95 / 98 or
Windows NT the CD should start automatically. If not,
double click the My computer icon on your PC, click your
CD-ROM drive then navigate to Customize folder.
key that
Deleting a selected My program
You cannot run PC software on your Organizer
Organizer..
Installing My Programs application
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to view list of installed programs.
and
key to select the application to remove.
to open the application menu.
to confirm (or
to abort).
The selected program is deleted from My Programs application.
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How to use the Add-on
Setting a My Programs application to
Autorun
My programs application can be automatically loaded and
started when you press
. Before an autorun is set, you must
activate it first in Start-up Display.
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select Start-up Display then press
3.
In AUTORUN field, select ON then press
.
.
Once the autorun is activated, you can then choose the
application for autorun.
1.
then press
. Select AUTORUN in MY
Press
.
PROGRAMS MENU and press
2.
Use
3.
A checkmark is added to the chosen application.
and
When you press
automatically start.
to select application then press
.
next time, the chosen application will
My Programs application menu
Assigns keys to applications
(see p.60)
Deletes selected add-on
program (see p.61)
Selects the application for
autorun
Appendices
In case that the Organizer does not work properly after
reset, you can remove the batteries and insert the
to open
batteries several seconds later. Then press
the Organizer.
Appendices
A. Resetting the Organizer
A strong impact, exposure to an electrical field, or other unusual
conditions may render the unit inoperative, and pressing the
keys will have no effect. If this occurs, you will have to press
the RESET switch at the bottom of the unit using a pen or
similar object to be able to continue to use the unit.
All reset operation
If the unit still fails to function after it has been reset using the
procedure above, you will have to reset it using a slightly more
complicated procedure:
1.
While pressing and holding
RESET switch.
A condition that makes the unit inoperative may erase
some or all of the data stored in memory.
Do not use anything breakable, anything with a sharp
tip or anything that might break to press the RESET
switch.
A message appears.
, press and release the
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2.
Release
3.
Press
.
Do not dispose of batteries by fire as they may explode.
.
Replacing the operating batteries
The built-in clock is reset.
Do not press
in the unit.
in step 3. Doing so will delete all data
The Organizer detects two low battery levels which are warning
and fatal. When the batteries are in warning level, alert message
appears on the screen. In fatal level, the Organizer will turn off
automatically without indication.
If the alert message is shown, replace the batteries immediately.
B. Battery Replacement
General guidelines
1.
Turn off the Organizer.
2.
Set the battery replacement switch on the bottom of the
Organizer to REPLACE BATTERIES (a red dot will appear).
3.
Slide off the operating batteries cover.
The Organizer uses the following types of batteries:
Use
General operation
Type
Alkaline batteries
Size / Model
Qty.
LR6 (size “AA”) 2
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.
Caution:
Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
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.
Appendices
4.
Remove the old batteries by pulling the ribbon tab.
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.
C. Specifications
Model
OZ-730 / OZ-750
Display
239 x 80 dot matrix liquid crystal display
Electronic unit section
6.
Replace the cover.
7.
Set the battery replacement switch to NORMAL
OPERATION.
8.
Applications
Calendar, Schedule, To Do, Birthday /
Anniversary, Telephone, Memo, Expense,
Expense Report, Clock, Calculation,
Conversion, Add-on
Memory capacity
OZ-730:
OZ-750:
Turn on the Organizer and set the clock. (see p.38)
If nothing happens when you press
:
Setting the battery replacement switch to REPLACE
BATTERIES shuts off power to the unit. Check that the
battery replacement switch is set to NORMAL
OPERATION.
Repeat the above battery replacement procedure step
by step.
Application capacity OZ-730:
OZ-750:
1.5MB Flash memory
User area approx. 896KB for
data storage, 320KB for Addon programs.
2.5MB Flash memory
User area approx. 1,920KB for
data storage, 320KB for Addon programs.
9,000 entries
(Schedule 2,500, Tel 2,500,
Memo 2,500, ToDo 1,000,
Expense 500) in total
20,000 entries
(Schedule 5,000, Tel 5,000,
Memo 5,000, ToDo 3,000,
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Expense 2,000) 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 body
field
To Do:
30 characters/entry in
description field
Expense: 6 characters/entry in Amount
field
4 characters/entry in
Payment Type field
11 characters/entry in Memo
field
* Maximum storage in each application: 5,000 entries
Maximum data
size per entry
Approx. 2,000 bytes (including separator
/ terminator)
User interfaces
Keyboard
Other features
Secret function, data transfer, search
function, et al.
Calculator digits
12
Functions
Addition, subtraction, multiplication,
division, constant, memory calculation,
conversion calculation.
Clock
Crystal oscillation
frequency
32,768 Hz
Accuracy
Average variance per day, 2 seconds (at
25°C/77°F)
Display information Year, month, day, day of the week, hours,
minutes, AM/PM, city names.
Time system
12-hour or 24-hour
Other functions
Display of date and time for various cities
around the world.
Enable/disable daylight saving time.
Peripherals and Data transfer interface
IR transfer
Up to a distance of approx. 80 cm. (only
OZ-750 Organizers has this function)
Cable jack
4-pin connector
Common
Power
Battery:
3V
DC, alkaline batteries
(LR6 (size “AA”) x 2)
Appendices
Power consumption 0.33 W
Battery life
Backlight life
Battery life may vary depending on
usage.
* Approx. 120 hours. Continuous
display at an ambient temperature of
25°C (77°F)
* Approx. 100 hours. Searching data for
5 minutes and display on for 55
minutes per hour, at an ambient
temperature of 25°C(77°F)
* Approx. 90 hours. Using the Backlight
for 2 minutes per hourly use and
searching for 5 minutes per hourly
use at an ambient temperature of
25°C(77°F)
* Please be reminded that the old
batteries in the Organizer should be
exchanged with new one at least once
a year.
Backlight life may vary depending on
usage.
If the backlight is on for 10 minutes per
day (eg. 1 minute 10 times a day), the
brightness will be reduced by half after
10* years (at an ambient temperature of
25°C and 65% humidity).
* This figure may vary depending on
the surrounding environment.
Operating
temperature
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Dimensions
Open
Weight
OZ-730: 220 g (including batteries)
OZ-750: 220 g (including batteries)
Accessories
Alkaline batteries LR6 (size “AA”) x 2,
Operation manual,
Quick Start Guide,
Docking module,
Software CD-ROM
162(W) x 145(D) x 10.9(H)mm
6-3/8(W) x 5-23/32(D) x 7/16(H)inch
Closed 162(W) x 81.5(D) x 19.9(H)mm
6-3/8(W) x 3-7/32(D) x 25/32(H)inch
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Index
C
Index
A
Accessing
Secret entries 57
Alarms
Schedule 25
All reset 63
Birthday / Ann (Anniversary) application
Application 11
Opening 13
Keys 5
Assigning
Due date 27
Priority 26
Auto power off 10
Autorun 61, 62
B
Backlight 10
Battery
Installing 6
Life 67
Replacement 64
Blocks
Copying /moving 47
Working with blocks of text
18
29
Calc(ulator) application 35
Date calculations 24
Calculations
Examples 36
Performing 35
Date calculation 24
Conversion 36
Calendar application
Setting up the initial display 59
Calendar view
Daily 23
Monthly 23
Selecting 23
3-month 23
Caring for the Organizer 4
Categories
To Do application; category list 28
Changing
(see also customizing)
Large font view 60
Calendar format 59
Local city (Clock) 38
Checking
Current time / date 21
Memory 21
Time in a city 40
Checking off To Do entries 28
Clock application 38
Copying
Blocks of text 18, 47
Entries 48
Index
Cursor 17
Cut 18, 47, 48
F
Fields 16
Finding entries 18, 34
(see also Search)
By date 19
Using keywords 19
Using the index mode 18
Font
Changing large font view 60
D
Daily view 23
Date calculation 24
Date format
Setting 59
Daylight Saving Time (DST) 41
Assigning to a city 41
Enabling / disabling 41
Deleting
All Secret entries 58
Single entry 20
Text 18
Using the application menu
Display
Setting LCD contrast 10
Symbols 12
Display modes
Edit mode 14
Index mode 13
View mode 14
I
Index mode 13
Infrared transfer 51
Initializing 7
Installing
Batteries 6
20
K
Key beep
Keyboard
L
Local city 8, 38
Locking the Organizer
E
Edit mode 14
Editing Techniques 16
Editing
Categories 28
Entries 16
Exchanging information with Personal Computer
10
12
56
M
52
Marking entries as secret
Memo application 33
Memory check 21
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Index
Menu
11
Application 24, 26, 29, 32, 34, 42, 46
Moving
Blocks of text 47
Entries 48
N
New entry
Making
15, 26, 33, 43
O
Organizer Link 52
Owner Information 55
P
Part names and functions 5
Password
Deleting / changing 58
Forgotten 58
Registering 56
Paste 18, 47
PC Link 52
Pop-up List / menu 11
Power
Auto power off 10
Turning on and off 10
R
Replacing
Operating batteries
64
S
Schedule alarms 25
Clearing 25
Setting 25
Schedule application 24
Scroll the display 18
Search
(see the Finding)
By keyword 19
By date 19
Search function 18
Secret function 56
Selecting
Calendar views 23
Date 23
Display modes 13
Setting
Clock 8, 38
Date Format 59
LCD contrast 10
Local city 38
Owner Information 55
Password 56
Schedule alarms 25
Start-up display 9, 55
World city 40
Setting up
Calendar’s initial display
For data transfer 51
Start-up display
Setting 9, 55
59
Index
Symbols
On the display
Entering 48
12
T
Tel application 31
To Do application 26
Transferring data
Between two OZ-750 51
Organizers
With an Organizer other than OZ-750
Single entries 52
Via infrared 51
With a personal computer 52
Turning on / off
Key beep 10
Power 10
Setup display 9
Typing in text
Letters 17
Numbers 17
Symbols 17
U
Unlocking the Organizer
W
World City
40
56
51
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Product Support
Product Support
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so that we can keep you up-to-date as new products and services become available.
If you have read the ORGANIZER operation manual and the Quick Start Guide, but you still require product support, you can:
Call a Sharp Representative
630-378-3590
Visit our Web Site
http://www.sharp-usa.com
Send an E-mail
Internet account: pdasupport@sharpsec.com
Write to our Customer Assistance Center
Sharp Electronics Corp.
Customer Assistance Center
Att: WIZARD HELP
1300 Naperville Drive
Romeoville, IL 60446
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Refer to the list below for solutions when the unit is not functioning properly before contacting your local SHARP dealer:
Solution
Problem
The display remains blank after pressing
.
* Adjust the LCD contrast (see p.10)
* Install new batteries (see p.6)
Poor display contrast.
Adjust the LCD contrast (see p.10)
The Organizer is turned on, but pressing Keys has no effect.
Reset the Organizer (see p.63)
“Not enough memory” displayed.
The Organizer’s memory is full or nearly full. Delete unnecessary
data. (You can check the amount of free memory using CHECK
MEMORY in the Second Main Menu, see p.21).
The alarm does not sound at the set time.
Enable alarms in the SOUND application in the Second Main Menu.
(see p.10)
The Backlight does not function.
During data transfer, PC-LINK mode, the Backlight does not work,
if Battery Alert appears, replace batteries. (see P.64).
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CONSUMER 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.
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.
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 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
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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.
THE WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY
ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
Your Product:
Electronic Organizer
Warranty Period for
this Product:
One (1) year parts and labor from
date of purchase.
Additional items exclude
from warranty coverage:
Disk media supplied with this Product
is warranted for replacement only and
limited to ninety (90) days from date of
purchase. Any consumable items (such
as paper, ink, or non-rechargeable
batteries) and any external hardware,
software, firmware, or peripherals other
than the Product are excluded from
warranty coverage.
Where to obtain service:
From a Sharp Authorized Servicer
located in the United States. To find the
location of the nearest Sharp Authorized
Servicer, call Sharp toll free at
1-800-237-4277
What to do to obtain
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Ship your Product prepaid to a Sharp
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http://www
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Changing the batteries:
When using the organizer, if the battery replacement
message appears on the display, the batteries should
be replaced as soon as possible.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Turn off the Organizer.
Set the battery replacement switch on the bottom
of the Organizer to REPLACE BATTERIES. (A
red dot will appear.)
Slide off the batteries cover.
Remove the old batteries by pulling the ribbon
tab.
Insert the two new batteries on top of the ribbon
tab, taking care to position them correctly
according to the plus (+) and minus (-) terminals.
Replace the cover.
Set the battery replacement switch to NORMAL
OPERATION.
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Electronic Organizer
Quick Reference Guide
OZ
-730 / OZ
-750
OZ-730
OZ-750
Tech Support
630-378-3590
Web Site
www.sharp-usa.com
E-mail: pdasupport@sharpsec.com
Customer Assistance Address:
Sharp Electronics Corp.
Customer Assistance Center
ATT: WIZARD HELP
1300 Naperville Drive
Romeoville, IL 60446
Tel Application:
Search F
unction:
Function:
Used for managing a wide range of information, from
a simple address book to an extensive restaurant
guide or even a listing of your important business
, then press
. Type in the
contacts. Press
to
information as prompted, and finally press
store.
This function allows you to locate any previously
stored entry by using partial or specific data as a
search key.
1.
2.
3.
Open the desired application.
.
Press
Type in any word stored in the entries you want
to find.
To search only secret entries, press
to
check the SECRET ONLY item, if the Organizer
is unlocked.
4.
5.
to begin the search.
Press
to see additional entries that contain
Press
the searched text, then press
when you find
the desired entry.
Edit mode:
Birthday / Ann (Anniversary) Application:
Provides the ability to modify any entry that was
previously entered into the organizer.
Makes it easy for you to keep track of annual events,
such as wedding anniversaries and birthdays of
friends, relatives and business associates. Select
.
Birthday / Ann in the Main Menu, then press
, and Anniversary by Date appears. Enter
Press
the month and day, then the description, and press
to store.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Find an entry that you wish to change.
to go to Edit mode.
Press
Move to the field you want to change.
Make any desired changes.
NOTE: You can highlight any text using
and the
cursor keys, and then delete the text (by
) or cut the text (by pressing
pressing
to paste it elsewhere).
If you make a mistake and want to restore the original
.
entry, simply press
Schedule Application:
Cut / Copy / P
aste / Select:
Paste
Used for tracking meetings, appointments and timesensitive data. Press
, then press
.
If you want to use a different date, move up to the
DATE field and press the
key. Press
or
to
select the desired month, then use the cursor keys to
when
select the day of the appointment. Press
done. Move to the TIME field and type in the start
and end times for your appointment, then press .
Type in a description for the appointment. Press
to store the entry.
Eliminates the need to retype common data or to
simply relocate specific information.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Display in Edit mode the entry containing the
text you want to copy or cut.
Move to the start of the text you want to copy or
cut.
While holding down , use the cursor keys to
select the text you want to copy or cut.
The selected text is displayed in reverse (whiteon-black).
or
to copy or cut the selected
Press
text.
Display in Edit mode the entry to which you want
to add the copied or cut text, and press
.
My Programs:
To Do Application:
Basic add-in data can be downloaded into the
Organizer with a maximum capacity of 10 programs
in this application.
1. Download a program into the Organizer.
to view list of installed programs.
2. Press
that
3. Launch the application by pressing
corresponds to the application.
Used for organizing and tracking tasks and objectives,
assigning them priorities, and assigning a category
to each entry, making it possible to access them
to enter
selectively in a variety of ways. Press
.
the Main Menu and select To Do and then press
and enter a description of the task, then
Press
press . Enter DUE DATE, which is the date by which
the task must be completed.
Move to the PRIORITY field by pressing and select
priority using and . The Priority values are used
to sort the entries in the Index mode. Press to move
to open the popto the CATEGORY field. Press
up menu and select the desired category. Press
to store the entry.
Autorun:
You can set an autorun of basic application once
power is turned on.
1. Activate the autorun first in Start-up Display in
the Second Main Menu.
2. Open the application menu of My Programs and
select AUTORUN.
3. Select the application for autorun in the Autorun
screen.
Key Assignment:
Used for short-cut entry of self-assigned applications
by using function keys. Three function keys are
available for key assignment.
1. Highlight the application for key assignment first.
and select ASSIGN TO KEY then press
2. Press
.
3. Press the respective number key.
4. Press the assigned key can enter the application
chosen before.
Memo Application:
Password / Secret F
unction:
Function:
Used as a simple yet powerful means of recording
information, from meeting notes to memorandums
and letters.
to enter the Main Menu and select Memo.
Press
. Then press
to
Type in a title after pressing
move to DESCRIPTION field to enter a description.
Press
to start a new line in the document. Press
to store the entry.
This function allows you to keep selected information
in your organizer secure by locking it with a password
that you specify. Entries that you have marked as
secret cannot be accessed until the organizer is
unlocked using the password.
Turning on the Lock
twice to enter the Second Main Menu.
1. Press
.
2. Select Secret from the menu, then press
3. Select LOCK ORGANIZER, then press
.
4. Enter any password up to sixteen characters
.
long and then press
5. Re-type the password to confirm and then press
to store the password (or
to cancel the
operation).
6. Press
.
Clock:
Expense application:
Makes it possible not only to know the correct time
and date in your area, but also to know the time in
other cities or any region around the world.
A sophisticated and easy-to-use tool for managing
your personal and business finances, etc.
Setting the time and date
1. Select Clock in the Second Main Menu, then
.
press
to open the Clock menu.
2. Press
.
3. Select ADJUST TIME / DATE and press
4. Select the TIME SYSTEM field. Press or to
indicate whether you want the time shown in 12or 24- hour format.
5. Move to the LOCAL DATE field. Enter the current
month and day each in two digits, and the year
in four digits.
6. Move to the LOCAL TIME field. Enter the current
(AM) or
(PM) if you select
time (and press
12-hour format in the TIME SYSTEM).
7. Press
(or
to cancel the changes).
to enter the Main Menu and select
Press
.
Expense, then press
.
2. Press
3. Press to move to the CATEGORY field.
to select the desired category.
Press
4. Enter the date in the order of month, day, year.
5. Press to move to the AMOUNT.
6. Enter the expense amount using up to ten digits
including up to two decimal places.
to
7. Move to the PAYMENT TYPE field. Press
select the desired payment type. Press
to select the desired item.
8. Move to the MEMO field and use the keyboard
to input the description of the expense.
to select
9. Move to the STATUS field. Press
the desired status mode.
to store the entry.
10. Press
1.
Calculator:
Conversions:
Provides a 12-digit calculator which performs
mathematical operations.
Performing a conversion
1. Select Conversion in the Main Menu.
2. Press
to open the conversion index display.
3. Press or
to select the desired item.
.
4. Press
5. Enter the amounts you want to convert, then
press or .
To use the calculator, select Calc from the Main Menu,
.
then press
Changing the currency rate
1. Select Conversion in the Main Menu.
2. Press
to open the conversion index display.
.
3. Select the desired currency item and press
4. Press
to change the rate.
to clear the original rate first, then enter
5. Press
the new rate.
6. Press to move to the currency name field and
make the desired changes.
when you have finished (or
to
7. Press
cancel the changes).