Casio SF-5990SY User`s guide

SF-7100SY
SF-7200SY
User’s Guide
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GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF THIS UNIT IN THE U.S.A.
(not applicable to other areas).
NOTICE
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:
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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.
FCC WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Proper connectors must be used for connection to host computer and/or peripherals
in order to meet FCC emission limits.
Connector SB-63 ........ SF-7100SY/7200SY to SF-5590SY/5790SY/5990SY/
6500SY/6700SY/6900SY/7100SY/7200SY
Connector FA-128 ...... SF-7100SY/7200SY to PC
Model Number:
Trade Name:
Responsible party:
Address:
Telephone number:
Declaration of Conformity
SF-7100SY/7200SY
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
CASIO, INC.
570 MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801
973-361-5400
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.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss
resulting from the use of this manual.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by
third parties which may arise through the use of the Digital Diary.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss
caused by deletion of data as a result of malfunction, repairs, or battery replacement.
Be sure to back up all important data on other media to protect against its loss.
Before using the Digital Diary for the first time...
Use the following procedure to load batteries before using it for the first time.
1. Slide the battery switch on the back of the Digital Diary to the REPLACE
BATTERIES position.
Battery switch
NORMAL OPERATION
REPLACE BATTERIES
RESET
2. Pressing down at the points marked (A) in the illustration, slide the battery
compartment cover in the direction (B) to remove it.
(A)
(B)
3. Load two new batteries, making sure that their positive (+) and negative (–) ends
are facing correctly.
NORMAL OPERATION
REPLACE BATTERIES
RESET
4. Close the battery compartment cover.
5. Slide the battery switch back to the NORMAL OPERATION position.
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–2–
6. Pull the insulating tape from the back-up battery by pulling in the direction
indicated by the arrow.
Important!
• Be sure to load the main batteries before removing the insulating tape from the
back-up battery.
NORMAL OPERATION
REPLACE BATTERIES
RESET
7. Press ON/OFF to turn power on.
• After about two seconds, the Home Time screen appears.
8. Press FUNCTION, select “Time set”, and then use the procedure on page 20 to
set the Home Time.
• If you turn power off without setting the Home Time, the “SET TIME!” message
appears the next time you turn power on. The Digital Diary will not operate
properly until you set the Home Time.
Important!
• Turn on the Digital Diary at least once a month to check the current condition of
the batteries.
■ Turning Power On and Off
Press ON/OFF to turn power on and off.
Important!
• If nothing appears on the display after you load batteries for the first time, press
the RESET button.
• If nothing appears after you press the RESET button, it means that no power is
being supplied from the main batteries. Replace the main batteries with new ones
(page 15).
■ About the EL backlight
• This unit is equipped with an EL backlight that allows easy viewing of display
contents in a theater, or anywhere else where lighting is dim.
• Note, however, that frequent or extended use of the EL backlight shortens
battery life.
The following shows how backlight use affects battery life under controlled test
conditions*.
Backlight Operation
Battery Life
3 minutes per hour
Approximately 120 hours
15 minutes per hour
Approximately 80 hours
* Test Conditions
• “Battery Life” is the number of hours before battery failure when the unit is left on
with 5 minutes of a processing operation and 55 minutes of continuous display
only (no processing operation) per hour, plus the backlight operation described
below.
• “Backlight Operation” is the number of minutes the backlight is turned on per hour
during the display only (no processing operation) period.
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Contents
Before using the Digital Diary for the first time... ............... 1
Turning Power On and Off ........................................................... 3
About the EL backlight ................................................................ 3
Before using the Digital Diary... ............................................ 8
Introduction ................................................................................... 8
Write down important data somewhere! .................................... 8
Important Precautions ................................................................. 8
Getting Started ....................................................................... 9
General Guide ............................................................................... 9
Display ......................................................................................... 10
All-Reset ...................................................................................... 11
Power Supply .............................................................................. 13
Turning Power On and Off ......................................................... 17
Function Menus .......................................................................... 17
System Language ....................................................................... 17
Display Contrast ......................................................................... 18
Key Input Sound ......................................................................... 18
Destructive Backspace .............................................................. 18
Memory Management ................................................................. 19
Home Time Mode ................................................................. 20
Using the Daily Alarm ................................................................. 21
World Time Mode ................................................................. 23
Zone Information Screen ........................................................... 24
Data Bank Operations.......................................................... 26
Inputting Text .............................................................................. 26
Inputting Dates and Times ......................................................... 27
Display Formats .......................................................................... 28
Telephone Directory Mode .................................................. 29
Record Summary ........................................................................ 30
Memo Mode .......................................................................... 31
Record Summary ........................................................................ 31
Calendar Mode ..................................................................... 32
Maneuvering Around Calendars ............................................... 32
Appointment Markers ................................................................. 33
Highlighting Calendar Dates ..................................................... 34
Working Day Count .................................................................... 35
Weekly Schedule Screen ........................................................... 35
Schedule Keeper .................................................................. 36
Maneuvering Around Schedule Keeper Dates ......................... 36
Schedule Alarms ......................................................................... 38
How Schedule Keeper Data is Sorted ....................................... 38
Schedule Type Labels and Icons .............................................. 39
Daily Schedule Screen ............................................................... 40
Reminder Mode .................................................................... 41
Reminder Alarms ........................................................................ 42
To Do Mode ........................................................................... 43
Record Summary ........................................................................ 44
How To Do Data is Sorted .......................................................... 45
Priority Icons ............................................................................... 45
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Expense Manager Mode ...................................................... 46
Expense Type Labels and Icons ................................................ 47
Payment Type Labels ................................................................. 48
Exchange Rate ............................................................................ 48
Periodic Expense Report ........................................................... 49
Record Summary ........................................................................ 49
Searching for Data ............................................................... 50
Scroll Search ............................................................................... 50
Initial Character Search ............................................................. 50
Wild Card Search ........................................................................ 51
Date Search ................................................................................. 51
Editing Data .......................................................................... 52
Deleting Data ........................................................................ 53
Deleting a Single Data Item ........................................................ 53
Deleting All Data Items In a Mode ............................................. 53
Deleting Marked Data Items Only .............................................. 54
Deleting All Data Items In Specific Modes ............................... 55
Secret Function .................................................................... 56
Conversion Modes ............................................................... 58
Metric Conversions .................................................................... 59
Currency Conversions ............................................................... 59
Game Modes ......................................................................... 61
Poker Game ................................................................................. 61
Blackjack Game .......................................................................... 63
Calculator Mode ................................................................... 65
Data Communications ......................................................... 68
Setting Up for Data Communications ....................................... 68
Sending Data ............................................................................... 70
Sending All Data Items In a Mode ............................................. 72
Data Synchronization ................................................................. 73
Technical Appendix ............................................................. 74
Memory Capacity ........................................................................ 74
How the Digital Diary sorts data ............................................... 75
Error Messages ........................................................................... 76
Message Table ............................................................................ 76
Specifications ............................................................................. 78
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Before using the Digital Diary...
Introduction
Congratulations on your selection of CASIO’s new SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY
(referred to as Digital Diary in this manual). Please keep this User’s Guide and all
information handy for future reference.
Write down important data somewhere!
The memory of your Digital Diary holds information only while power is supplied by
the batteries. Always write down important data somewhere.
Important Precautions
• Never expose the Digital Diary to fire.
• Avoid temperature extremes. Do not locate the Digital Diary in direct sunlight,
near a window, near a heater, etc.
• In very low temperatures display response may slow down or fail entirely. This
condition is temporary and operation should resume under normal temperatures.
• Avoid areas subject to excessive moisture, dirt, and dust.
• Avoid dropping the Digital Diary and otherwise subjecting it to strong impact.
• Never bend or twist the Digital Diary.
• Never try to take the Digital Diary apart.
• Do not use a pen, pencil, or other sharp object to press keys.
• To clean the exterior of the Digital Diary, wipe it with a soft cloth dampened in a
weak solution of a mild neutral detergent and water. Be sure to wring out any
excess moisture from the cloth before wiping off the Digital Diary. Never use
benzene, thinner, or any other volatile agent to clean the unit. Doing so can
remove the figures printed on the case or otherwise damage the case finish.
• The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims
by third parties that may arise from the use of this product.
• Note that pressing SHIFT and then LIGHT causes the backlight to light and stay
lit as long as you continue to operate the Digital Diary, or until you press LIGHT
again to turn it off manually.
Leaving the backlight on for long periods greatly reduces battery life!
• Be sure to use alkaline batteries only to power this Digital Diary.
Getting Started
Make sure you read this part of the manual.
General Guide
Display
Mode keys
Cursor keys
Number
keys
Scroll/Search
keys
ON/OFF
key
SYNCHRONIZE
key
Display Change key
LIGHT key
Alpha keyboard
ESC key
FUNCTION key
Connector terminal
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■ Display
When lighting is dim, you can turn on an EL (electro-luminescent) backlight for easier
viewing.
To turn on the EL backlight
There are two ways to turn on the backlight of the display.
Pressing LIGHT causes the backlight to turn on for about 15 seconds, and then turn
off automatically.
Pressing SHIFT and then LIGHT also turns on the backlight, but in this case the
backlight stays on as long as you keep performing key operations on the Digital Diary.
The backlight turns off automatically if you do not perform any key operation for about
15 seconds.
Leaving the backlight on for long periods greatly reduces battery life!
You can manually turn the backlight off by pressing LIGHT again.
Failure of the backlight to turn on indicates low battery power. Replace batteries as
soon as possible.
Display Indicators
K
r
~
f
SHIFT
CAPS
CODE
NEW/EDIT
INDEX
DATA
SNOOZE
DAILY
KEY
C
L
1
2
3
4
5
1 Low battery warning
2 Memory locked
3 Telephone Directory Mode
4 Memo Mode
5 To Do Mode
6 Reminder Mode
7 Schedule Keeper Mode
8 Calendar Mode
9 Expense Manager Mode
0 Home Time/World Time Mode
q Calculator Mode
w Conversion Modes
6
7
8
9
0
q
w
e Game Modes
r Indicates data above
t SHIFT key operation
y Upper-case input
u CODE key operation
i NEW/EDIT screen
o Index display
p Data display
a Snooze feature activated
s Daily alarm on
d Key sound on
f Indicates data below
e
■ All-Reset
Use the following procedure to reset the unit to its initial settings.
Important!
• Do not use a very sharp pencil or other object to press the RESET button.
• Perform the reset operation only after main batteries and back-up battery are
correctly installed.
To start the all-reset operation
1. Turn power off.
2. Press the RESET button on the back of the Digital Diary with a thin, pointed
object.
3. Now you should press Y for “yes” or N for “no” in accordance with the conditions
described below.
When to press Y for “yes”
• When you want to reset the unit and clear all data and settings.
• When you are resetting the unit after a data error (page 76).
1. Press Y in response to the message that appears on the display when you start
the all-reset operation.
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2. Press ENTER to reset the Digital Diary or ESC to abort.
• After pressing ENTER, the message shown below appears to indicate that
RESET is being performed. RESET takes about 10 seconds to complete.
• After the reset procedure is complete, the message “SET TIME!” appears.
• After about two seconds, the Home Time screen appears.
3. Press FUNCTION, select “Time set”, and then use the procedure on page 20 to
set the Home Time.
• If you turn power off without setting the Home Time, the “SET TIME!” message
appears the next time you turn power on. The Digital Diary will not operate
properly until you set the Home Time.
When to press N for “no”
• When you are not resetting the unit to clear all data and settings.
• When you are not resetting the unit after a data error (page 76).
1. Press N in response to the message that appears on the display when you start
the all-reset operation.
• At this time, the message “CHECKING DATA, PLEASE WAIT.” appears. After
the data check procedure is complete, the message “SET TIME!” appears.
• After about two seconds, the Home Time screen appears.
2. Press FUNCTION, select “Time set”, and then use the procedure on page 20 to
set the Home Time.
• If you turn power off without setting the Home Time, the “SET TIME!” message
appears the next time you turn power on. The Digital Diary will not operate
properly until you set the Home Time.
• Following are the initial settings of the unit after you perform the all-reset operation.
Home Time:
New York
JAN 1, 2000 (SAT)
12:00 AM
12-hour format
World Time:
London
Daily Alarm:
12:00 AM
Sound:
Daily alarm — OFF
Key — ON
Messages:
English
Character input: CAPS — ON
■ Power Supply
Your Digital Diary is powered by two AA-size alkaline batteries, and its memory is
protected by a single CR2032 lithium battery.
Low Battery Warning
Failure of anything to appear on the display after you turn on power or appearance
of the low battery message, “MAIN BATTERIES WEAK! REPLACE THEM! UNIT
WILL NOT TURN ON AGAIN!” (followed by the display turning off in about 10
seconds) normally indicates that main battery power is low.
Note, however, that pressing the RESET button on the back of the unit and then
performing steps 1 and 2 of the procedure under “When to press N for “no”” above
can sometimes restore normal operation. When the low battery message appears
on the display even if you perform these steps, it means you should replace the main
batteries as soon as possible.
Note
• Take care that you do not make a mistake and delete memory contents at this
time.
Important!
• Replace batteries only when low battery power is indicated by failure of the Digital
Diary to turn on when you press the ON key. Do not replace batteries as long as
the Digital Diary turns on normally when you press the ON key.
• There is not low battery warning for the back-up battery. Be sure to replace the
back-up battery once every 5 years.
• Be sure you keep a separate copy of all important data that you store in the Digital
Diary.
Battery Precautions
Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the
interior of the Digital Diary. Note the following precautions.
• Be sure to use alkaline batteries only to power this Digital Diary.
• Be sure that the positive (+) side of each battery is facing in the correct directions.
• Never mix batteries of different types.
• Never mix old batteries and new ones.
• Do not expose batteries to direct heat, let them become shorted, or try to take
them apart.
• Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.
• Remove batteries if you do not play to use the unit for a long time.
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• Replace batteries at least once every year, no matter how much you use the unit
during that period.
• Never try to recharge the batteries that come with the unit.
• Should a battery leak, clean out the battery compartment of the unit immediately,
taking care to avoid letting battery fluid come into direct contact with your skin.
Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. If swallowed, consult with a
physician immediately.
The batteries that come with this unit discharge slightly during shipment and
storage. Because of this, they may require replacement sooner than the normal
expected battery life.
Restructuring Files
Data files in memory must be restructured whenever both the main batteries and
back-up battery go dead. The message shown below appears on the display after
you load new main and back-up batteries on and turn on the unit.
• This message indicates that data files are being restructured. The restructuring
takes a few minutes. Do not try to operate the unit or subject it to impact during
that time.
• Data file restructuring also returns Home Time, World Time, System Language,
and other settings to their initial factory defaults, which are shown below.
Home Time:
New York
JAN 1, 2000 (SAT)
12:00 AM
12-hour format
World Time:
London
Daily Alarm:
12:00 AM
Sound:
Daily alarm — OFF
Key — ON
Messages:
English
Character input: CAPS — ON
To replace the main batteries
Important!
• Do not remove the main batteries from the Digital Diary while the back-up battery
is removed.
• Be sure to replace both batteries with two new ones. Do not mix an old battery
with a new one.
1. Press OFF to turn power off.
2. Slide the battery switch on the back of the Digital Diary to the REPLACE
BATTERIES position.
Battery switch
NORMAL OPERATION
REPLACE BATTERIES
RESET
3. Pressing down at the points marked (A) in the illustration, slide the battery
compartment cover in the direction (B) to remove it.
(A)
(B)
4. Remove both old batteries and replace them with new ones.
• Make sure that the positive (+) and negative (–) ends are facing correctly.
5.
6.
7.
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Close the battery compartment cover.
Slide the battery switch back to the NORMAL OPERATION position.
Press ON to turn power on.
This causes the message “SET TIME!” to appear. Be sure to set the time again
at this time. The Digital Diary suspends its clock operation while replacing
batteries.
8. Press FUNCTION, select “Time set” and then use the procedure on page 20 to
set the time.
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To replace the back-up battery
Important!
• Do not remove the back-up battery from the Digital Diary while the main batteries
are removed or the low battery message appears on the display.
• Be sure to replace the back-up battery at least once every 5 years. Otherwise,
you run the risk of losing data stored in memory.
1. Press OFF to turn power off.
2. Remove the screw that holds the back-up battery compartment cover in place
and open the cover.
NORMAL OPERATION
REPLACE BATTERIES
RESET
3. Insert a thin, pointed object into (A) and remove the old battery.
RESET
(A)
4. Load a new battery into the compartment, making sure that its positive side is
facing up (so you can see it).
5. Replace the battery compartment cover and secure it with its screw.
• Take care that you do not overtighten the screw.
■ Turning Power On and Off
Press ON/OFF to turn power on and off.
Important!
• If nothing appears on the display when you turn on power, it means that the main
batteries are low. Replace the batteries (page 13).
Auto Power Off Function
The unit automatically turns power off if you do not press any key for about three
minutes. Any alarms you set still sound, even if power is turned off.
■ Function Menus
• Pressing FUNCTION displays a function menu, whose contents differs depending on the mode.
• Pressing SHIFT FUNCTION displays a function menu of general system
settings (system function menu).
• Input the number of the left of the function you want to use to select it.
• To exit from a function menu, press ESC.
■ System Language
Your Digital Diary is capable of producing messages in any one of five languages
(English, German, Spanish, French, Italian).
To select the system language
1.
2.
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•
Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Language”.
Press the number key that corresponds to the language that you want to use.
To select “English”, you would press 1.
The system language automatically changes to English whenever you perform
the RESET operation (page 11) or after data files are restructured (page 14).
Note
• In this manual, all display messages are shown in English.
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■ Display Contrast
Use the following procedure to make the figures on the display darker or lighter.
To adjust display contrast
1. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Display contrast”.
2. Use H and J to make display images darker or lighter.
3. Press ENTER to quit.
■ Key Input Sound
When the key input sound is turned on, your Digital Diary emits a beep each time
you press one of its keys.
To turn key input sound on and off
1. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “General setting”.
Currently selected setting
2. Use H and J to turn the key input sound on and off.
• The KEY indicator is on the display while the key input sound is on.
3. Press ENTER to quit.
■ Destructive Backspace
When destructive backspace is turned on, the character at the cursor position is
deleted when you press the BS key.
To turn destructive backspace on and off
1. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “General setting”.
2. Use L to move the pointer to “Destructive”.
3. Use H and J to turn destructive backspace on and off.
4. Press ENTER to quit.
■ Memory Management
The memory of your Digital Diary is designed to make your normal data input and
recall operations as quick and efficient as possible. After repeated storage and
deletion of data, however, you may find that you are unable to store new data, even
after you have deleted some data from memory. When this happens, you need to
perform the following “memory management” procedure, which cleans up and
rearranges unused memory to make it available for storage of more data. Note that
a memory management operation does not affect all the data in memory. It affects
only part of the data.
Note
When you need to perform memory management depends entirely on how often you
delete data from memory and store new data. The more you delete and store, the
sooner you will need to perform the memory management procedure.
To perform memory management
1. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Memory management”.
2. Press Y to start memory management or N to abort.
• Memory management takes up to three minutes to complete. Do not operate the
unit during that time.
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Home Time Mode
The time kept in the Home Time Mode is used for control of various time based
functions.
To enter the Home Time Mode
Press the HOME/WORLD key once.
To set your Home Time zone
1. In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Time zone change”.
2. Use K and L to scroll through the city names.
• See page 25 for a complete list of time zones.
3. When the city you want is displayed, press ENTER.
• You can change your Home Time zone later if you like. When you do, only the
zone changes, without affecting the time or date setting.
To set the time and date
1. In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Time set”.
• The hour setting flashes on the display.
• Use H and J to move the flashing selection around the display.
2.
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•
•
Input numbers for the year, month, day, hour, and minutes.
Input the year as four digits in the range of 1901 through 2099.
Use 12-hour or 24-hour format depending on the Home Time format (page 21).
All illegal input is ignored.
3. With 12-hour time format, press A for AM or P for PM.
4. Press ENTER to quit.
• Pressing ENTER resets the seconds count to “00”.
To switch between standard time and daylight saving time
In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Daylight savings”.
• This toggles to the opposite setting and returns to the Home Time Mode screen.
indicates daylight saving time.
To switch between 12-hour and 24-hour timekeeping
In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “12/24 hours”.
• This toggles to the opposite setting and returns to the Home Time Mode screen.
The AM/PM indicator indicates 12-hour timekeeping.
• The time format you select is applied for all modes.
To select the date format
1. In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Date format”.
2. Select the date format that you want to use.
• The following shows and example of each format
[1] Month/Date/Year: JAN 1, 2000 (SAT)
[2] Date/Month/Year: 1 JAN, 2000 (SAT)
[3] Year/Month/Date: 2000/1/1 (SAT)
• The date format you select is applied in all modes.
■ Using the Daily Alarm
The Daily Alarm, it sounds at the same time every day for 20 seconds and the Daily
Alarm screen appears.
To change the Daily Alarm time
1. In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Daily alarm set”.
• The hour setting flashes on the display.
• Use H and J to move the flashing.
2. Input numbers for the hour and minutes.
• All illegal input is ignored.
3. For 12-hour time format, press A for AM or P for PM.
4. Press ENTER to quit.
• Pressing ENTER automatically turns on the alarm.
To turn the Daily Alarm on and off
1. In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Daily alarm sound”.
2. Use H and Jto turn the Daily Alarm on and off.
3. Press ENTER.
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How the Daily Alarm works
The daily alarm sounds at the alarm time you set. A snooze feature sounds the alarm
more than once, helping to make sure you don’t oversleep or miss an appointment.
About the snooze feature
The snooze feature activates (and the SNOOZE indicator appears on the display) if
you do not press any key or if you press the SPACE key after the Daily Alarm starts
to sound.
• If you do not press any key, the alarm stops after 20 seconds, and sounds two
more times every 10 minutes. In this case (you do not press any key), the alarm
sounds a total of three times and then stops.
• Pressing the SPACE key while an alarm is sounding stops the alarm and resets
the snooze feature for three more alarm operations spaced at 10-minute
intervals.
• Pressing any key besides the SPACE key while an alarm is sounding stops the
alarm and cancels the snooze feature, so the alarm does not sound again until
an alarm time is reached.
Note
Note the following important points when you are using the Daily Alarm.
• If the alarm time is reached during data communications, the alarm does not
sound until you complete the communications procedure.
• The alarm may fail to sound if battery power is too low.
World Time Mode
With World Time you can view the current time in time zones around the world.
To enter the World Time Mode
Press the HOME/WORLD key twice. From the Home Time Mode, press HOME/
WORLD only once.
Hours different from Home Time zone
Current World Time setting
• Every time you press HOME/WORLD, the Digital Diary switches between the
Home Time Mode and World Time Mode.
To scroll through World Time Mode zones
In the World Time Mode, use K and L to scroll from zone-to-zone.
• Hold down either button to scroll at high speed.
To change a World Time zone’s settings
1. In the World Time Mode, display the zone you want.
2. Press FUNCTION.
3. Switch between 12/24 hour (page 21), switch between standard and daylight
saving time (page 21), and set the date format (page 21).
• Timekeeping format and date format settings are applied to all World Time zones
and to the Home Time Mode.
• The standard/daylight saving time setting is applied to the currently selected time
zone only.
• See page 24 for details on using the Zone Change function menu item.
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■ Zone Information Screen
The zone information screen shows the name of a major city and the time difference
from your Home Time for each World Time zone.
To display the zone information screen
In either the World Time Mode or Home Time Mode, press DISP CHNG to change
to the zone information screen for the displayed zone.
Time difference from your Home Time zone
City in zone
• To exit the zone information screen, press DISP CHNG, ESC, or HOME/
WORLD.
To change zone information screen content
Note
If you change the city name of the zone information screen, the name you input will
also appear on the Home Time and World Time screens.
1.
2.
3.
•
•
In the World Time Mode, display the zone you want.
Press FUNCTION and select “Zone change”.
Change the contents of the screen.
Use H and J to move the cursor.
You can input up to 13 characters for the city name.
4. After you make changes, press ENTER.
• At this time the message “Are you sure (Y/N)?” appears.
5. Press Y to store your changes or N to abort.
City List
City Name
Time
Difference
Midway
Honolulu
Anchorage
Los Angeles
Denver
Chicago
New York
Santiago
R. de Janeiro
F. de Noronha
Azores
London
Rome
Jerusalem
Moscow
Abu Dhabi
Karachi
Dhaka
Bangkok
Hong Kong
Tokyo
Sydney
Noumea
Auckland
– 06
– 05
– 04
– 03
– 02
– 01
+ 00
+ 01
+ 02
+ 03
+ 04
+ 05
+ 06
+ 07
+ 08
+ 09
+ 10
+ 11
+ 12
+ 13
+ 14
+ 15
+ 16
+ 17
Other Cities in Zone
San Francisco, Seattle, Las Vegas
El Paso
Dallas, Mexico City, Houston
Washington D.C., Boston, Montreal
Caracas
Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires
Greenwich Mean Time
Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam, Berlin
Cairo, Athens, Helsinki, Beirut
Jeddah, Kuwait, Nairobi
Dubai
Jakarta, Hanoi
Beijing, Taipei, Singapore, Manila
Seoul, Pyongyang
Guam
Port Vila
Wellington
• The time difference values in the above table are what would appear when
New York is set as the home time.
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Data Bank Operations
This part of the manual tells you how to input and edit text, and how to protect your
personal data with a password.
■ Inputting Text
Input or correction is performed at the current cursor location.
About “data items” and “entries”
Data item
The above shows a typical Telephone Directory data item, which is made up of a
number of entries. When you are inputting data, prompts appear on the display to tell
you what entry needs text input.
To move the cursor around the screen
Use K, L, H, and J.
Note
• The maximum number of characters you can input for each data item is 511,
including newline symbols and separator marks (page 27).
To input letters and numbers
Press the key that is marked with the letter or number.
To input upper-case letters
Press CAPS to switch between upper-case and lower-case letters. The “CAPS”
indicator shows the keyboard is shift-locked for upper-case letters.
To shift the keyboard
Press SHIFT to temporarily shift the keyboard. The indicator “SHIFT” on the screen
shows that the keyboard is shifted.
If the keyboard is set for upper-case letters (by the CAPS key), pressing SHIFT
changes to lower-case. As soon as you input one character, the keyboard unshifts.
To input punctuation marks and other symbols
Press CODE and then any key marked with the punctuation or symbol you want to
input. The “CODE” indicator shows that the CODE key was pressed.
To input accented characters
Example: To input É
CODE W E
Newline symbols and separator marks
Each press of B inputs a newline symbol ( ).
Don’t confuse the newline symbol with the separator mark ( ), which is automatically added at the end of data that you are inputting when you press ENTER to
advance to the next entry.
Separator marks are not shown when you recall data.
To change one character to another
1. Move the cursor to the character you want to change.
2. Input the character you want to change to.
To delete a character
1. Move the cursor to the character you want to delete.
2. Press DEL.
To insert characters
1. Move the cursor to the location of the insertion.
2. Press INS.
• Each press of INS opens up a space at the cursor location.
3. Input the characters you want in the space.
■ Inputting Dates and Times
General
• Use the cursor keys to move the cursor.
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Times
• Use the 12-hour/24-hour format setting of the Home Time.
• With 12-hour format, press A for AM or P for PM.
Dates
• Use the preset date format (page 21).
• The year input range is 1901 through 2099.
■ Display Formats
Two display formats (data display format and index display format) are used.
Press DISP CHNG to switch between the index and data display formats.
Data Display Format (Telephone Directory)
• The data display format shows all the entries.
• Use K and L to scroll line-by-line.
Index Display Format (Telephone Directory)
Main entry
Currently
selected item
• The index display format shows a list of one or two entries only.
• The item that is in the top line is the one that is currently selected.
• Use K and L to scroll up and down.
Telephone Directory Mode
Telephone Directory data is automatically sorted according to name entries.
To enter the Telephone Directory Mode
1. Press TEL to display the initial Telephone Directory Mode screen.
Number of records stored in area
File title
Memory
usage
Initial prompt
2. Press TEL again to change to another telephone file.
• Each press of TEL changes the file in the following sequence.
TEL-1
TEL-2
TEL-3
To input Telephone Directory data
1. Use TEL to display the initial screen of a Telephone Directory file.
2. Input the name last name first and press ENTER.
3. Input any telephone numbers, company name, address, e-mail address, and
note or title, pressing ENTER after each one.
• Prompts appear on the display telling you what to input.
• After the last entry, pressing ENTER stores the data and returns to the index
display (page 28).
• Data is automatically sorted alphabetically according to the name entry.
Note
• You must input a name. After that, you can skip any entry by pressing ENTER
without inputting anything.
To change a file title
1. Use TEL to display the initial screen of a Telephone Directory file.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “File title”.
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Cursor
Current file
title
3. Input up to 13 characters for the title.
• See page 26 for details on how to input characters.
4. Press ENTER to quit.
To specify Telephone Directory Mode index display contents
1. Press TEL to display the initial Telephone Directory Mode screen, and then press
K, L, “, or ‘ to change to the index display.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “List type”.
3. Press the number key that corresponds to the entry you want to appear on the
index display.
• The unit changes back to the index display showing the data you specified.
■ Record Summary
The record summary provides an overview of each Telephone Directory file.
File title
Number of
records
stored
To display the record summary
In the Telephone Directory Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Record
summary”.
Press ESC to return to the original Telephone Directory Mode display.
Memo Mode
Memo data is stored in the sequence it is input, without sorting.
To enter the Memo Mode
1. Press MEMO to display the initial Memo Mode screen.
Number of records stored in area
File title
Memory
usage
Initial prompt
2. Press MEMO again to change to another Memo Mode file.
• Each press of MEMO changes the file in the following sequence.
MEMO-1
MEMO-2
MEMO-3
To input Memo Mode data
1. Use MEMO to display the initial screen of a Memo Mode file.
2. Input the first line and press B.
• A newline symbol is inserted and the cursor goes down to the next line.
3. Input the rest of your memo.
4. Press ENTER to quit and return to the index display (page 28).
To change a file title
Use the same procedure as that described for changing a Telephone Directory file
title on page 29.
■ Record Summary
The record summary provides an overview of each Memo Mode file.
To display the record summary
In the Memo Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Record summary”.
Press ESC to return to your original Memo Mode display.
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Calendar Mode
The Calendar displays calendars from January 1901 through December 2099.
• Pressing SCHEDULE in the Calendar Mode enters the Schedule Keeper Mode
for the date selected on the Calendar Mode Screen.
• If the date cursor is located at a date that includes Reminder Mode data, pressing
REMINDER enters the Reminder Mode for that date.
To enter the Calendar Mode
Press CALENDAR.
Morning appointment
Current date (flashing)
Highlighted
date
Afternoon appointment
Week/Day/Remaining days
• The current date (according to the Home Time setting) is selected by the date
cursor.
■ Maneuvering Around Calendars
The following describes the basic operations for maneuvering around the calendars.
• Use K, L, H and J to move the date cursor. Holding down any of these keys
moves the date cursor at high speed.
• Press “ to move the date cursor to the first of the previous month, and ‘ to move
to the first of the following month.
To jump to a specific date
1. In the Calendar Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Date search”.
2. Input the month, day and year and then press ENTER.
To jump a specific number of days
1. In the Calendar Mode, move the date cursor to the start date.
2. Press ! (forward) or @ (backward).
3. Input the number of days you want to jump and then press ENTER.
• You can input a value in the range of 0 to 999.
4. Press Y to include holidays or N to exclude holidays.
• A holiday is any highlighted date.
About the “active” calendar
The calendar in the center of the display is the “active” calendar. All Calendar Mode
operations are performed on the active calendar.
■ Appointment Markers
Appointment markers appear next to each date that contains data in the Schedule
Keeper Mode or Reminder Mode.
Morning Schedule Keeper appointment data
Reminder
data
Afternoon Schedule Keeper appointment data
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■ Highlighting Calendar Dates
You can highlight calendar dates to indicate holidays or other special events to
remember.
To highlight and unhighlight individual dates
1. Move the date cursor to the date.
2. Press SPACE to highlight or unhighlight the date.
To highlight days of the week for multiple weeks
Example: To highlight all Sundays from July 2000 to December 2001.
1. In the Calendar Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Weekly holiday set”.
Starting month
Ending month
2. Input the start month (7) and year (2000), and the end month (12) and year
(2001).
3. Press ENTER.
• SUN is flashing because it is selected.
4. Use H and J to move the flashing. Press SPACE to highlight or unhighlight a
day of the week.
• You can specify (highlight) as many days of the weeks as you like.
5. After selecting the days you want, press ENTER.
• You can unhighlight any date by selecting it with the date cursor and pressing
SPACE.
To clear days of the week for multiple weeks
1. In the Calendar Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Weekly holiday clear”.
2. Input the start month and year, and the end month and year, and then press
ENTER.
• At this time the message “Are you sure (Y/N)?” appears.
3. Press Y to unhighlight, or N to abort.
■ Working Day Count
Use the following procedures to count the number of working days.
To count working days
1. Move the date cursor to the start day.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Working day count”.
Starting date
3.
•
•
•
Count
Currently selected date
Use the K, L, H and J to move the date cursor.
The count changes whenever you move the date cursor.
The date cursor does not stop at highlighted dates, and highlighted dates are
never counted.
If you move the date cursor to a date before the starting date, the working day
count is negative.
■ Weekly Schedule Screen
A weekly schedule screen that lets you see everything for an entire week at a glance.
Selected day (flashing)
Appointment scheduled during this time
Part of a multiple-day schedule
Other Schedule Keeper or Reminder events
To display the weekly schedule screen
1. In the Calendar Mode, move the date cursor to the week you want to view.
2. Press DISP CHNG.
• Use H and Jto move the date cursor day-by-day, K and L to jump week-byweek, or “ and ‘ to jump month-by-month.
3. Press ESC to return to the calendar screen.
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Schedule Keeper
The Schedule Keeper lets you input the time and a description of your appointment
and set Schedule Alarms.
• Pressing REMINDER in the Schedule Keeper Mode enters the Reminder Mode
for the date that is currently selected in the Schedule Keeper Mode. Pressing
CALENDAR displays the month with the date cursor located at the Schedule
Keeper date.
To enter the Schedule Keeper Mode
Press SCHEDULE to display the initial Schedule Keeper Mode screen.
Number of records stored in mode
Mode
Date cursor (flashing)
Memory
usage
Initial prompt
• Pressing SCHEDULE in the Calendar Mode displays the Schedule Keeper for
the date where the date cursor is located inside the calendar or weekly schedule
screen.
■ Maneuvering Around Schedule Keeper Dates
The following describes the basic operations for selecting a date to input Schedule
Keeper data.
• Use K, L, H and J to move the date cursor. Holding down any of these keys
moves the date cursor at high speed.
• Press “ to move the date cursor to the first of the previous month, and ‘ to move
to the first of the following month.
To jump to a specific date
1. In the initial Schedule Keeper Mode screen, move the date cursor to the date to
which you want to jump.
2. Press ENTER.
• You can also go to a specific date selecting “Date search” (page 51) in the
Function Menu which you can enter by pressing FUNCTION.
To scroll from one date to another
While the Schedule Keeper screen for a date is already displayed, press K or “ to
scroll back to the previous date. Pressing L or ‘ scrolls to the following date.
• If the date that is displayed contains more than one Schedule Keeper data entry,
the above keys scroll through the data one-by-one. The above key operations
change the date only when the first (top) or last (bottom) data item is on the
display.
To input Schedule Keeper data
1. Display the Schedule Keeper screen for the date where you want to input data.
2. Input the description of the appointment.
• Even if there is already schedule data on the display, simply start inputting the
description and the previous data will disappear.
3. Press K and the schedule type specification starts to flash.
• Do not press “ or ‘. Doing so will start a search using the text you input (page
50).
4. Press H or J to display the schedule type selection menu.
• If you do not want to change the default setting of Schedule Type 1, press K
again without pressing H or J.
5. Input a value from 1 to 8 to specify a schedule type and return to the Schedule
Keeper display.
6. Press K and the starting time specification starts to flash.
7. Input the start time and end time of the appointment.
• Use the 12-hour/24-hour format of the Home Time (page 21).
• If you want to input only a start time, don’t input anything for the end time (leave
it the same as the start time). Note, however, that you cannot add a start time and
end time once you save the Schedule Keeper item without them.
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8. After you finish inputting the start and end time, press J to move to the alarm
time. Use K and L to select the alarm time type and input an alarm time, if
necessary.
• While the alarm time is selected, pressing K and L selects one of three alarm
types.
Same-day alarm: This type of alarm is indicated when the first alarm time that
appears is the same as the appointment start time input by you in step 7. This is
the only type of alarm that allows you to set a time.
Previous-day alarm: This type of alarm is indicated when the first alarm time that
appears is “-24:00”. This type of alarm sounds 24 hours before the start time of
the appointment start time input by you in step 7.
No alarm: When there is no time shown for the alarm time, it means that no alarm
is set.
9. After making the alarm time settings you want, press ENTER to move back to the
schedule type.
10. While the cursor is in the description text, press ENTER to store all the data.
Note
• You must input a description. After that, you can skip any input by pressing
ENTER without inputting anything.
■ Schedule Alarms
An alarm sounds for 20 seconds and the corresponding Schedule Keeper data
appears on the display. Note the following important points when you are using a
Schedule Alarm.
• The snooze feature is applied to the same-day alarm also just like the Daily
Alarm. See “About the snooze feature” on page 22 for details.
• The alarm indicator and time are automatically cleared after the alarm time is
reached.
• If the alarm time is reached during data communications, the alarm does not
sound until you complete the communications procedure.
• The alarm may fail to sound if battery power is too low.
■ How Schedule Keeper Data is Sorted
The following shows how Schedule Keeper data is sorted within each date.
1. By date
2. By time within the same date(data without time comes first)
■ Schedule Type Labels and Icons
Schedule Keeper Mode data includes an icon and a schedule type label. Initially,
schedule types are labelled “SCH TYPE 1” through “SCH TYPE 8”, and the initial
.
default schedule type icon is
To change schedule type labels and icons
1.
2.
3.
4.
•
Press SCHEDULE to display the initial Schedule Keeper Mode screen.
Press FUNCTION and then select “Define type”.
Use K and L to move the pointer to the schedule type you want to change.
Input up to 13 characters for the new label you want to use.
Skip this step if you don’t want to change the label or if you want to wait until after
you change the schedule type icon.
5. Press DISP CHNG to display the menu of schedule type icons.
• If you do not want to change the icon assigned to this schedule type, skip steps
5 through 7.
6. Use K, L, H and J to move the cursor to the icon you want to use. Use “
and ‘ to move between menu screens.
7. When the icon you want is selected, press ENTER to register it and return to the
schedule type menu.
8. Press ENTER to store all your changes and return to the initial Schedule Keeper
Mode display.
• You could change the schedule type label before pressing ENTER in step 8 if you
have not already done so.
To specify Schedule Keeper Mode index display contents
1. Display the Schedule Keeper screen for a date, and then press ESC to change
to the index display.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “List type”.
Pointer (selected type)
Marker
(current setting)
3. Use K and L to move the pointer next to the schedule type you want to change,
and then use H and J to change the setting.
• Schedule types set to “Yes” appear in the index display, while those set to “No”
do not.
4. Press ENTER to quit and return to the index display.
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■ Daily Schedule Screen
The daily schedule screen provides a quick overview of appointments scheduled for
the day.
Appointment without time
Multiple-day appointment
Date cursor
Normal appointment (includes time and description)
You should use the daily schedule screen to input multiple-day appointments.
To display the daily schedule screen
1. In the Schedule Keeper Mode, display the screen for the date whose schedule
you want to view.
2. Press DISP CHNG to change to the daily schedule screen.
• Use H and J to move the date cursor day-by-day, K and L to jump week-byweek, or “ and ‘ to jump month-by-month.
3. Press DISP CHNG to return to the Schedule Keeper data screen.
To input multiple-day schedule data
1. Display the Schedule Keeper Mode daily schedule screen.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Set multi day schedule”.
3. Input the starting date and the ending date, and then press ENTER.
4. Input the description of the appointment and specify the schedule type (page 37).
• Note that you cannot specify start time, end time, or alarm time for multiple-day
schedule data.
Reminder Mode
The Reminder Mode helps you keep track of anniversaries, birthdays, and other
important events.
To enter the Reminder Mode
Press REMINDER to display the initial Reminder Mode screen.
Number of records
stored in mode
Mode
Date cursor (flashing)
Memory
usage
Initial prompt
• Pressing REMINDER in the Calendar Mode or Schedule Keeper Mode enters
the Reminder Mode for the date selected in the Calendar Mode or Schedule
Keeper Mode.
To input Reminder data
1. Press REMINDER to display the initial Reminder Mode screen.
2. After moving the date cursor to the date which you want, press any letter key or
ENTER to change to the data input screen.
3. Use K and L to select the alarm time type and input an alarm time, if necessary.
• The alarm types are the same as those for the Schedule Keeper Mode. See page
38 for details.
• If you select a previous-day alarm (alarm setting of -24:00), the alarm sounds at
noon the day before date you specified for the Reminder Mode data item.
4. After setting the alarm, press ENTER to advance to icon input.
• At this time the icon in the upper right of the display starts to flash.
5. Press H or J to display the icon menu.
• If you do not want to change the icon, skip steps 6 and 7.
6. Use K, L, H and J to move the flashing cursor to the icon you want to use.
7. When the icon you want is selected, press ENTER to register it and return to the
Reminder input screen.
8. Input a description of the Reminder.
9. While the cursor is in the description area, press ENTER to store all the data.
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Note
• You must input a description. After that, you can skip any input by pressing
ENTER without inputting anything.
■ Reminder Alarms
When a Reminder Alarm time is reached, an alarm sounds for 20 seconds and the
corresponding Reminder data appears on the display. Press any key to stop the
alarm and return to the screen that was shown before the alarm began to sound. Note
the following important points when you are using a Reminder Alarm.
• The snooze feature is applied to the same-day alarm also just like the Daily
Alarm. See “About the snooze feature” on page 22 for details.
• If the alarm time is reached during data communications, the alarm does not
sound until you complete the communications procedure.
• The alarm may fail to sound if battery power is too low.
To Do Mode
You can classify items according to priority, and even input a To Do message and
icon.
To enter the To Do Mode
1. Press TO DO to display the initial To Do Mode screen.
Number of records
stored in area
File title
Memory
usage
Initial prompt
2. Press TO DO again to change to another To Do file.
• Each press of TO DO changes the file in the following sequence.
TO DO-1
TO DO-2
TO DO-3
To input To Do data
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Use TO DO to display the initial screen of a To Do file.
Press any alphanumeric key to change to the data input screen.
Input the date for the item and then press ENTER to move to the priority.
Press Hor J to display a menu of priority levels.
Input a number from 1 to 8 to assign a priority.
Press ENTER to advance to the description and then input text.
While the cursor is in the description area, press ENTER to store all the data.
Note
• You must input a description. You can skip any input by pressing ENTER without
inputting anything.
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To change a file title
1. Use TO DO to display the initial screen of the To Do Mode file whose title you want
to change.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “File title”.
Cursor
Current file title
3. Input up to 13 characters for the title.
4. After you finish, press ENTER.
To specify To Do Mode index display contents
1. Press TO DO to display the initial To Do Mode screen, and then press K, L,
“ or ‘ to change to the index display.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “List type”.
Pointer (selected type)
Marker (current setting)
3. Use K and L to move the pointer next to the priority you want to change, and
then use H and J to change the setting.
• To Do Mode entries of a priority set to “Yes” appear in the index display, while
those with priorities set to “No” do not.
4. Press ENTER to quit and return to the index display.
■ Record Summary
The record summary provides a quick view of how many data items are stored in each
To Do Mode file.
To display the record summary
In the To Do Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Record summary”.
Press ESC to return to your original To Do Mode display.
■ How To Do Data is Sorted
To Do data is sorted into chronological order when it is stored in memory.
■ Priority Icons
To Do Mode priorities are assigned icons that appear on the screen whenever you
assign a priority.
To priority icons
1. Press TO DO to display the initial To Do Mode screen.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Define type”.
Pointer
Use K and L to move the pointer to the priority whose icon you want to change.
Press DISP CHNG to display the menu of priority icons.
Use K, L, H and J to move the cursor to the icon you want to use.
When the icon you want is selected press ENTER to register it and return to the
priority menu.
7. Press ENTER to return to the initial To Do Mode display.
3.
4.
5.
6.
To check and uncheck a To Do item
1. Display the initial To Do Mode screen and press “ or ‘ to display the index
display.
2. Move the item you want to check or uncheck in the top line of the display.
3. Press ENTER to check or uncheck the item.
• You can also perform the above operation using the data display. Display the
data display of the item you want to check or uncheck, and then press ENTER.
• You can delete all checked items by performing the procedure under “To delete
all marked data items” (page 55) while in the To Do Mode.
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Expense Manager Mode
With the Expense Manager you can store expense data and produce a report that
shows totals for any specific period.
To enter the Expense Manager Mode
1. Press EXPENSE to display the initial Expense Manager Mode screen.
Number of records
File title
stored in area
Memory
usage
Initial prompt
2. Press EXPENSE again to change to another Expense Manager file.
• Each press of EXPENSE changes the file in the following sequence.
EXPENSE-1
EXPENSE-2
EXPENSE-3
To input Expense Manager data
1.
2.
3.
•
Use EXPENSE to display the initial screen of an Expense Manager file.
Press any alphanumeric key to change to the data input screen.
Input the date of the expense and press ENTER to advance to the expense type.
You can also start data input while the Expense Manager index display or data
display is on the screen by pressing FUNCTION and then selecting “Daily
expense”.
4. Press H or J to display a menu of expense types.
5. Select an expense type and then press ENTER to advance to the amount.
• The icon assigned to the expense type you select appears on the screen.
6. Input the amount of the expense and press ENTER to advance to the payment
type.
7. Press H or J to display a menu of payment types.
8. Select the payment type and then press ENTER to advance to the receipt
indication.
9. Press H or J to toggle between “Yes” and “No”, and then press ENTER to
advance to the note area.
10. Input any text you want as a memo.
11. While the cursor is in the note area, press ENTER to store all of the data.
To change a file title
1. Use EXPENSE to display the initial screen of an Expense Manager file.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “File title”.
Cursor
Current file title
3. Input up to 13 characters for the title.
4. Press ENTER to quit.
■ Expense Type Labels and Icons
Expense type data includes an icon and a label.
To change expense type labels and icons
1. Press EXPENSE to display the initial Expense Manager Mode screen.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Expense types”.
Pointer
3. Use K and L to move the pointer to the expense type you want.
4. Input up to 13 characters for the label.
• Skip this step if you don’t want to change the expense type label or if you want
to wait until after you change the expense icon.
5. Press DISP CHNG to display the menu of expense icons.
• If you do not want to change the icon assigned to this expense type, skip steps
5 through 7.
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6. Use K, L, H and J to move the flashing cursor to the icon you want to use.
7. When the icon you want is selected press ENTER to register it and return to the
expense type menu.
8. Press ENTER to store all your changes and return to the initial Expense Manager
Mode display.
• You could change the expense type label before pressing ENTER in step 8 if you
have not already done so.
To specify Expense Manager Mode index display contents
1. Press EXPENSE to display the initial Expense Manager screen, and then press
K, L, “, or ‘ to change to the index display.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “List expense type”.
Pointer (selected type)
Marker (current setting)
3. Use K and L to move the pointer to the expense type you want to change, and
then use H and J to change the setting.
• Expense types set to “Yes” appear in the index display, while those set to “No”
do not.
4. After you are finished, press ENTER to return to the index display.
■ Payment Type Labels
Payment type data includes a label that appears on the screen whenever you display
the expense data.
To change these labels, use the procedure under “To change expense type labels
and icons” on page 45. The only difference is that you select “Payment types” in step
2, and you skip steps 5 through 7 (because there are not payment type icons).
■ Exchange Rate
The expense total in the periodic report is multiplied by the exchange rate value to
produce the “Converted” item amount.
To set the exchange rate
1. Press EXPENSE to display the initial Expense Manager Mode screen.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Exchange rate”.
Current
setting
3. Input an exchange rate.
• The exchange rate can have an integer part up to 12 digits and a decimal part up
to 12 digits.
4. Press ENTER to quit.
■ Periodic Expense Report
The following procedure produces an on-screen report of all your expenses.
To produce a periodic expense report
1. Press EXPENSE to display the initial Expense Manager screen, and then press
K, L, “, or ‘ to change to the index display.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Report”.
3. Input the starting date and the ending date and then press ENTER.
• Pressing ENTER produces an expense report like the one shown below.
4. Use “ and ‘ to change screens to view other.
5. Press ESC to return to the Expense Manager Mode initial display.
■ Record Summary
The record summary provides a quick view of how many data items are stored in each
Expense Manager file.
To display the record summary
In the Expense Manager Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Record summary”.
Press ESC to return to your original Expense Manager Mode display.
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Searching for Data
This section explains everything you need to know about searching for and recalling
data.
■ Scroll Search
Scroll search can be used in the Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper,
To Do, and Expense Manager modes.
To recall data using scroll search
1. Display the initial screen of the mode where you want to search.
2. Press “ or ‘ to change to the index display (page 28).
• If you are in the Schedule Keeper, press ENTER and then ESC.
3. Use K and L to scroll line-by-line. Use “ and ‘ to scroll screen-by-screen.
4. When the item you want is located in the top line of the index display, press
DISP CHNG to change to the data display (page 28).
5. Use K, L, “, and ‘ to scroll through the data on the display.
■ Initial Character Search
Initial character search can be used in the Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule
Keeper, Reminder, Expense Manager and To Do modes.
To recall data using initial character search
1. Enter the mode where you want to search for data.
• Initial character search can be started from the initial screen, the index display,
or the data display.
2. Input the first few characters of the text entry you want to find and press “ or ‘.
• When you press “ or ‘, the Digital Diary displays a data display of the first data
item in which the initial characters of the text entry (name, description, etc.) match
your input characters. If you input “J” in the Telephone Directory Mode, for
example, you will recall such names as Jones, Jackson, Johnson, etc.
3. Use “ and ‘ to scroll between matching data items when there is more than one
match.
■ Wild Card Search
Wild card search can be used in the Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper,
Reminder, and To Do modes.
To recall data using wild card search
1. Enter the mode where you want to search for data.
• Wild card search can be started from the initial screen, the index display, or the
data display.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Wild card search”.
3. Input some characters and press ENTER.
• When you press ENTER, the Digital Diary displays a data display of the first data
item that has a match of your characters anywhere. If you input “E” in the
Telephone Directory Mode, for example, you would recall such names as
EVENS, EMILY, PETE, SYLVESTER, etc.
4. Use “ and ‘ to scroll between matching data items when there is more than one
match.
■ Date Search
Date search can be used in the Schedule Keeper and Reminder modes.
To recall data using date search
1. Enter the mode where you want to search for data.
• Date search can be started from the initial screen, the index display, or the data
display.
2.
3.
•
•
Press FUNCTION to display the function menu, and then select “Date search”.
Input the date and press ENTER.
When you press ENTER, the Digital Diary displays the date you specified.
In the Reminder Mode, the date is displayed only if it contains data. If the date
you specified does not contain any data, the message “NOT FOUND! PRESS
ESC TO QUIT.” appears on the display.
• In the Schedule Keeper Mode, the screen for the date you specify appears,
regardless of whether or not it contains data.
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Editing Data
The procedures described here can be used in the Telephone Directory, Memo,
Schedule Keeper, Reminder, To Do, and Expense Manager modes.
To edit data
1. Enter the mode that contains the data you want to edit, and recall the data (page
50).
2. Change to the data display.
3. Press FUNCTION and then select “Edit record”.
4. Make any changes in the data that you want.
5. Press ENTER to quit.
Notes
• With Schedule Keeper data, you cannot use the above procedure to add start,
end, and alarm times to existing data items. You can, however, change existing
start, end, and alarm times.
• With the Reminder data, you can use the above procedure to add an alarm time.
Deleting Data
Use these procedures to delete data.
■ Deleting a Single Data Item
This procedure can be used in the Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper,
Reminder, To Do, and Expense Manager modes.
To delete a single data item
1. Enter the mode that contains the data you want to delete, and recall the data
(page 50).
• If you are using the index display (page 28), move the data item into the first line
of the index display.
• If you are using the data display (page 28), simply display the item.
2. Press DEL and the message “DELETE RECORD (Y/N)?” appears on the
screen.
• Instead of pressing DEL, you could press FUNCTION and then input the correct
number of select “Delete record” (“Delete selected record” in the Expense Manager
Mode).
3. Press Y to delete, or N to abort.
■ Deleting All Data Items In a Mode
The procedure you should use depends on whether the mode whose data items you
are deleting has multiple files (Telephone Directory, Memo, To Do, Expense
Manager) or not (Schedule Keeper, Reminder).
To delete all data items from a multiple file mode (Telephone
Directory, Memo, To Do, Expense Manager)
1. Display the initial screen of the mode that contains the data you want to delete.
• You can display the initial screen for any file.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Delete all files”.
Pointer (selected file)
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Marker (current setting)
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3. Use K and L to move the pointer to the file whose setting you want to change,
and then use H and J to change the setting.
• Files set to “Yes” will be deleted, while those set to “No” will not.
4. Press ENTER.
• At this time the message “Are you sure (Y/N)?” appears.
5. Press Y to delete or N to abort.
To delete all data items from a single file mode (Schedule Keeper,
Reminder)
1. Display the initial screen of the mode that contains the data you want to delete.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Delete all records”.
• At this time the message “ARE YOU SURE (Y/N)?” appears.
3. Press Y to delete or N to abort.
To delete all listed records (Schedule Keeper)
1. Specify the schedule types that you want to appear on the Schedule Keeper
Mode index display.
• See “To specify Schedule Keeper Mode index display contents” on page 39.
2. While the Schedule Keeper Mode index display is on the screen, press
FUNCTION and then select “Delete listed records”.
• At this time the message “DELETE LISTED RECORDS (Y/N)?” appears.
3. Press Y to delete or N to abort.
• Pressing Y deletes only the records whose schedule types you have specified in
step 1 for display in the index display.
Important!
• Be sure to specify the contents of the Schedule Keeper Mode index display in
step 1 first. Otherwise, the above operation deletes all Schedule Keeper Mode
contents.
■ Deleting Marked Data Items Only
The To Do and Expense Manager modes let you mark specific data items for
deletion.
To mark data items for deletion
1. Display the initial To Do or Expense Manager Mode screen and press “ or ‘ to
display the index display.
2. Move the item you want to mark in the top line of the display.
3. Press ENTER to mark or unmark the item.
• You can also perform the above operation using the data display. Display the
data display of the item you want to mark or unmark, and then press ENTER.
To delete all marked data items
1. While the index display of the To Do or Expense Manager Mode is on the screen,
press FUNCTION and then select “Delete marked records”.
• At this time the message “DELETE MARKED RECORDS (Y/N)?” appears.
2. Press Y to delete or N to abort.
■ Deleting All Data Items In Specific Modes
Use this procedure to delete all data items in selected modes.
To delete all data items in specific modes
1. From any screen, press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Delete all”.
Pointer (selected type)
Marker (current setting)
2. Use K and L to move the pointer next to the mode whose setting you want to
change, and then use H and J to change the setting.
• The files in modes set to “Yes” will be deleted, while those set to “No” will not.
• If all modes are set to “Yes”, this procedure deletes all data in all modes.
3. After you are finished making the settings you want, press ENTER.
• At this time the message “Are you sure (Y/N)?” appears.
4. Press Y to delete or N to abort.
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Secret Function
Your Digital Diary lets you protect data you store in the Telephone Directory, Memo,
Schedule Keeper, Reminder, To Do, and Expense Manager modes (protected
modes) with a password.
To register a password
1. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Password”.
• At this time, “ENTER PASSWORD” appears on the display.
2. Input the password and press ENTER to register it.
• A password can be up to 6 characters long. You can use any alphabetic characters
or numerals, commas, periods, or spaces inside a password. (A password cannot
consist of spaces only.) You cannot use characters produced with the CODE key.
• After you register a password, the password input screen clears and you return
to the screen you started from in step 1. The next time you turn the Digital Diary
on and try to enter a protected mode, the password input screen will appear and
you will have to input the registered password before you can access these
modes.
To access protected modes
1.
2.
•
•
Turn on Digital Diary power.
Press the mode key for one of the protected modes.
“INPUT PASSWORD” appears on the display.
If you were in a protected mode the last time you turned power off, “INPUT
PASSWORD” appears as soon as you turn on the Digital Diary.
3. Input the correct password and press ENTER.
• If you input the wrong password, the password input screen remains on the
display.
• Once you input your password, you will not have to input it again, even if you exit
a protected mode and then re-enter it later. Your password input remains valid
until you turn the Digital Diary off or until you manually lock memory (page 57).
To change the password
1. Turn on the Digital Diary.
• “INPUT PASSWORD” appears on the display.
2. Input the correct password and press ENTER.
3. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Password”.
4. Select “Modify password”, which causes the currently registered password to
appear.
5. Make any changes to the password you want, and then press ENTER to store
the new password.
To delete the password
1. Turn on the Digital Diary.
• “INPUT PASSWORD” appears on the display.
2. Input the correct password and press ENTER.
3. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Password”.
4. Select “Delete password”, which causes a confirmation message to appear
asking if you really want to delete your password.
5. Press Y to delete or N to abort.
• After you delete the password data, protected modes can be viewed by anyone.
To lock memory without turning power off
1. While using the Digital Diary after you have input your password, press SHIFT
FUNCTION and then select “Password”.
2. Select “Lock system”.
• Now when you try to enter another protected mode, the password input screen
appears and you will have to input your password again.
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Conversion Modes
Your Digital Diary actually gives you two conversion modes, one for metric conversion and one for currency conversion.
To enter the Conversion Modes
1. Press CONV/GAME to display the initial Unit Conversion Mode screen.
Unit
Conversion direction
Equivalent
(1 inch = 2.54cm)
Input/result area
2. Press CONV/GAME again to change to the Currency Conversion Mode (page
59) and display the initial Currency Conversion Mode screen.
Currency
Conversion direction
Equivalent
Input/result area
■ Metric Conversions
All conversion values in this mode are preset and cannot be changed.
inches — centimeters
miles — kilometers
knots — kilometers/h
US tons — kilograms
ounces — grams
UK gallons — liters
calories — joules
Celsius — Fahrenheit
yards — meters
feet — yards
UK tons — kilograms
pounds — kilograms
carats — grams
US gallons — liters
horsepower — kilowatts
To perform a metric conversion
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter the Unit Conversion Mode.
Use K and L to find the one you want to use.
Use H and J to change the direction of the conversion.
Input the value you want to convert from and press ENTER to display the
conversion result.
5. If you want to view your original input value, press ENTER again.
■ Currency Conversions
Use the Currency Conversion Mode to convert between various currencies. The
following are the default currency names that the unit uses. You can change the
default currency names to other currency names if you want.
USD — U.S. Dollar
GBP — British Pound
FFR — French Franc
DM — Deutsche Mark
ITL — Italian Lira
YEN — Japanese Yen
Important!
• Make sure you input the conversion rates you want to use before trying to perform
a currency conversion. The Digital Diary will not convert from one currency to
another until you do.
To change currency labels and rates
1. Enter the Currency Conversion Mode.
2. Use K and L to find the conversion pair you want to change.
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3. Press FUNCTION to change to the editing screen.
4. Input up to five characters for the name of the first currency, and press ENTER.
5. Input up to five characters for the name of the second currency, and press
ENTER.
6. Input up to 12 digits for the integer and 12 digits for the decimal part for the rate
of the first currency, and press ENTER.
7. Input up to 12 digits for the integer and 12 digits for the decimal part for the rate
of the second currency, and press ENTER to complete the procedure.
• Note that one of the currency rates is normally set to 1. To set up a conversion
pair where 1 unit of Currency A equals 100 units of Currency B, you could use
either of the following.
Currency A rate = 1 / Currency B rate = 100
Currency A rate = 0.01 / Currency B rate = 1
• To leave either currency name or rate unchanged in the above procedure, simply
press ENTER without inputting anything.
To perform a currency conversion
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter the Currency Conversion Mode.
Use K and L to find the one you want to use.
Use H and J to change the direction of the conversion.
Input the value you want to convert from and press ENTER to display the
conversion result.
5. If you want to view your original input value, press ENTER again.
Game Modes
The Game Modes give you a choice between poker and blackjack.
To enter the Game Modes
1. Press SHIFT CONV/GAME to display the initial Poker Mode screen.
Mode name
Game over
indicator
Bet indicator
Your points
You win
indicator
Your hand
Bet amount
2. Press M to change to the Blackjack Mode (page 63) and display the initial
Blackjack screen.
Mode name
Bet indicator
Your points
Game over
indicator
Bet amount
Your hand
■ Poker Game
The following describe rules and procedures for playing the poker game.
Poker Game Rules
• The game is 5-card draw.
• Unlike standard poker, you do not play against other players. Instead, you try to
accumulate points. The following table shows how many point are awarded for
each type of hand.
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Type of Hand
Bet 10
Bet 20
Bet 30
Bet 40
Bet 50
Royal Flush
2500
5000
7500
10000
12500
Straight Flush
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
Four of a Kind
250
500
750
1000
1250
Full House
80
160
240
320
400
Flush
50
100
150
200
250
Straight
40
80
120
160
200
Three of a Kind
30
60
90
120
150
Two Pair
20
40
60
80
100
One Pair (Jacks or better)
10
20
30
40
50
Note that no points are awarded for anything less than a pair of Jacks.
• The relative value of the cards is meaningless. Two pair always scores the same
number of points, regardless of what cards make up the two pair.
• Before cards are dealt to start each hand, you can change the bet amount to 10,
20, 30, 40, 50. The bet amount cannot be changed once a hand is dealt. The bet
amount is automatically deducted from your point total when each hand is dealt.
• You start with 1,000 points, and the maximum number of points you can
accumulate is 999,999. The game ends when your points reach zero or 999,999.
To play the poker game
1.
2.
3.
•
Enter the Poker Mode.
Use B to declare the bet amount if you want.
Press H to start the game.
The first five cards are dealt.
4. Use number keys 1 through 5 to select which cards you want to keep (1 through
5 from left to right).
• Pressing a number key causes the letter “H” (for “Hold”) to appear above the
corresponding card. To deselect a card, press its number button again so the “H”
disappears.
• You can mark anywhere from no cards to all your cards.
5. After you select which cards you want to hold, press H.
• The unmarked cards disappear and are replaced by new cards, and the hand
ends.
• If you win, the “Win” indicator appears and the number of points based on your
hand and the amount you bet are added to your point total (see the table).
• If you lose, the “Win” indicator does not appear and your point total remains
unchanged.
6. To play the next hand, continue from step 2, above.
• Repeat the above procedure until you run out of points or until you score 999,999
points.
■ Blackjack Game
The following describe rules and procedures for playing the blackjack game.
Blackjack Game Rules
• The game is standard blackjack where you play against the dealer’s cards. The
Digital Diary is always the dealer.
• Before cards are dealt to start each hand, you can change the bet amount to 10,
20, 30, 40, 50. The bet amount cannot be changed once a hand is dealt. The bet
amount is automatically deducted from your point total when each hand is dealt.
• You start with 1,000 points, and the maximum number of points you can
accumulate is 999,999. The game ends when your points reach zero or 999,999.
• You are offered the opportunity to insure (by the message “Insure” appearing on
the display) whenever the dealer’s first card is an ace. Press I to insure when
offered. Insuring costs you one half of your original bet. If the dealer ends up
getting a blackjack, your insurance bet wins and your original bet loses (a push).
If the dealer does not get blackjack, the insurance bet loses and you continue to
play your hand.
• You are offered the opportunity to double down (by the message “Double”
appearing on the display) whenever your first two cards total 10 or 11. Press D
to double down when offered. Doubling down doubles your bet, and causes you
to stand automatically after receiving one more card.
• You can surrender your hand by pressing Q at any time before you receive any
cards after your original two. Surrendering immediately ends the hand and you
forfeit half of the amount you bet.
• You can continue to draw more cards as long as the total of the cards you already
have is less than 21.
• The dealer will always take a card when the dealer’s cards total less than 17,
unless you are already busted (over 21). The dealer always stands when you are
busted.
• At the end of a hand, the player with the higher points without going over 21 wins.
• The following table shows the number of points you can win with each type of
hand.
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Type of Hand
Bet 10
Bet 20
Bet 30
Bet 40
Bet 50
Double Down
40
80
120
160
200
Blackjack
25
50
75
100
125
Win
20
40
60
80
100
Insurance
15
30
45
60
75
5
10
15
20
25
Surrender (Fold)
To play the blackjack game
1.
2.
3.
•
•
Enter the Blackjack Mode.
Use B to declare the bet amount if you want.
Press H to start the game.
Two cards are dealt to the player and one to the dealer.
The “Hit”, “Stand”, and “Fold” indicators flash on the display, waiting for the
player’s response. In certain cases, the messages “Insure” or “Double” may also
appear.
4. Press the letter key that corresponds to the operation you want to perform.
• H: hit
S : stand
I : insure
D: double down
Q: fold (surrender)
5.
6.
•
•
If you draw a card and the total of your cards is still less than 21, repeat step 3.
When you don’t want any more cards, press S to tell the dealer you want to stand.
At this time the dealer’s hand is completed and the winner is determined.
If you win, the “Win” indicator appears and the number of points based on your
hand and the amount you bet are added to your point total (see the table).
• If you lose, the “Win” indicator does not appear and your point total remains
unchanged.
7. To play the next hand, continue from step 2, above.
• Repeat the above procedure until you run out of points or until you score 999,999
points.
Calculator Mode
The Calculator Mode provides you with all the tools you need to perform a variety of
calculations throughout the day. It also includes a calculation editing feature that lets
you recall the steps of a calculation and make changes.
Calculator Mode key
Number
keys
Cursor
keys
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Memory keys, operator keys
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
C/AC — clears the last value input. Press twice to clear a calculation on the
screen and start a new calculation.
Use the number keys ( 0 through 9 ) to enter values. Press • to input a decimal
point.
Use !, @, # and $ to specify the arithmetic operation that is marked on
each key.
= — executes a calculation and displays its result.
Use MRC, M@, and M+ for calculator memory operations.
MRC — recalls the content of the memory, and clears it when pressed twice
successively.
M@ — subtracts the currently displayed value from the current memory
contents.
M+ — adds the currently displayed value to the current memory contents.
Use % for percentage calculations.
Use ^ for square root calculations.
!/@ — switches the sign of a value between positive and negative.
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To correct errors in calculations
If you enter a wrong value, press C/AC once and then enter the correct value.
If you press the wrong arithmetic operator key ( !, @, #, $), simply press the correct
key before entering anything else.
About calculation errors...
Whenever an error occurs, the indicator “ERROR” appears on the display.
• When the number of digits in the mantissa of an intermediate or a final result
exceeds 12 digits
• When the number of digits in the mantissa of a value stored in memory exceeds
12 digits. In this case, the Digital Diary automatically retains the last value stored
that did not exceed 12 digits.
• Division by zero
• Attempting to calculate the square root of a negative value
To clear errors
Press C/AC once to continue with the same calculation. If you want to clear the
calculation and start again, press C/AC twice.
To enter the Calculator Mode
Press } to display the initial Calculator Mode screen.
Example 1: 21 + 3 = 24
Example 2: 11 + 10% = 12.1
To use the calculation edit feature
1. After inputting a calculation, press DISP CHNG to change to the calculation edit
screen.
• You can also display the calculation edit screen by pressing FUNCTION and then
selecting “Edit calculation”.
2. Use K and L to scroll through the steps of the calculation.
• The Digital Diary stores up to 99 lines of a calculation for editing.
3. When any step you want to edit is on the screen, make the changes you want.
4. After you finish editing the calculation, press = or ENTER to recalculate.
To clear a calculation
Press DEL twice to clear a calculation. You can also clear a calculation by pressing
FUNCTION and then selecting “Clear all steps”.
Calculation Examples
53 + 123 − 63 =
963 × (23 − 56) =
(56 × 3 − 89) ÷ 5.2 + 63 =
123456 × 741852 =
3× 5=
0.
53q123w63u
113.
23w56e963u
− 31779.
56e3w89r5.2q63u 78.1923076923
123456e741852u 91586080512.
3ye5u 8.66025403784
12% of 1500
1500e12tu
180.
Percentage of 660
against 880
660r880tu
75.
80 × 9 = 720
−) 50 × 6 = 300
20 × 3 = 60
480
80e9u| – M –
50e6u} – M –
20e3u| – M –
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720.
300.
60.
480.
Data Communications
You can transfer data between two CASIO SF-7100SY, SF-7200SY units, or
between your Digital Diary and a personal computer. You can also transfer data
between your Digital Diary and the following CASIO Digital Diary Models:
SF-5590SY, SF-5790SY, SF-5990SY, SF-5590SYE, SF-5790SYE, SF-5990SYE,
SF-6500SY, SF-6700SY, SF-6900SY units.
• Note that SF-5590SY, SF-5790SY, SF-5990SY, SF-5590SYE, SF-5790SYE, and
SF-5990SYE units can receive only 240 characters for each item. Because of this,
any data past the 240th character is automatically discarded by these units.
• Your Digital Diary can send up to 511 characters per item.
Data communications can be performed while in the Telephone Directory, Memo,
Schedule Keeper, Calendar, To Do, Reminder, or Expense Manager Mode.
Data synchronizing helps you to make sure that the data in your PC and your Digital
Diary are always up to date.
■ Setting Up for Data Communications
The following describes what you would do to set up for data communications
between two Digital Diary units or between a Digital Diary unit and a personal
computer.
To connect to another Digital Diary unit
1. Make sure that the power of both units is turned off.
2. Open the covers of the data communications jacks of the two Digital Diary units.
3. Connect the two units using the SB-63 cable.
Important!
• Be sure to close the connector covers of the Digital Diary units when you are not
performing data communications.
Performing data communications between a Digital Diary unit and
a personal computer running Windows 98 or Windows 95/3.1
See the manual that comes with FA-128 Version1.2 for details on connecting to a
computer and setting up for communication.
Note
• The CASIO Data Communication Package may not be included with certain
Digital Diary models. If your unit does not come with the Data Communication
Package, contact your dealer about purchasing one. Please note that there are
a number of different CASIO Data Communication Packages to suit various
computers and Digital Diary types. Because of this, you should note the following
important points when purchasing a Data Communication Package. If you have
any question about which package you need, consult with your dealer.
• Make sure the Data Communication Package is designed for you with your
particular model of personal computer.
• If the proper Data Communication Package is not yet available in your area,
consult with your dealer to find out when it is scheduled to go on sale.
• For information on how to connect the Digital Diary to a personal computer, see
the user’s manual that comes with the Data Communication Package.
To set up the Digital Diary to receive data
1. While any screen is displayed, press FUNCTION (or SHIFT FUNCTION) and
then select “Receive data”.
• You can perform the above operation in the Telephone Directory, Memo,
Schedule Keeper, Calendar, To Do, Reminder, or Expense Manager Mode.
2. Press Y.
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• This message indicates that the unit is standing by to receive data.
• To abort the receive operation, press ESC.
• This procedure is the same regardless of whether data is being received from
another Digital Diary unit or from a personal computer.
■ Sending Data
This section tells you how to operate the Digital Diary to send data to another unit or
to a personal computer.
About data transfer types...
There are a number of ways you can transfer data.
All Data Items
With this method, you can send all data items stored in the Telephone Directory,
Memo, Schedule Keeper, Calendar, To Do, Reminder, or Expense Manager Mode.
Mode Data Items
With this method, you can send all data items stored in specific modes (Telephone
Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, Calendar, To Do, Reminder, Expense Manager).
In the Schedule Keeper Mode, you can send items that appear on the index display
(which you specified using the function menu’s List type item described on page 39).
One Data Item
With this method, you can send one data item stored in the Telephone Directory,
Memo, Schedule Keeper, To Do, Reminder, or Expense Manager Mode.
Note
• For Calendar Mode data, you can send highlight data.
• If an alarm (Daily Alarm, Schedule Alarm, or Reminder Alarm) is reached while
data is being sent, the alarm does not sound until the data send operation is
complete.
To send one data item
1. Display the data display (page 28) of the item you want to send.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Send record”.
3. Input a number 1 or 2 to select the model to which you want to send the data.
• A message appears asking if you are ready to send.
4. Press Y to start the send operation, or N to abort.
• To interrupt the send operation at any time, press ESC.
• After the send operation is complete, the display returns to the screen that was
on the display before you started the send operation. Then you can repeat the
above procedure to send another item.
To send all data items in specific modes
1. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Send all”.
Pointer (selected file)
Marker (current setting)
2. Use Kand Lto move the pointer to the mode whose data items you want to
send, and then use Hand Jto change the setting.
• Data in modes set to “Yes” will be sent, while data in modes set to “No” will not.
3. Press ENTER.
4. Input a number 1 or 2 to select the model to which you want to send the data.
• A message appears asking if you are ready to send.
5. Press Y to start the send operation, or N to abort.
• To interrupt the send operation at any time, press ESC.
• After the send operation is complete, the display returns to the screen that was
on the display before you started the send operation.
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To send Calendar data (highlights)
1. In the Calendar Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Send (Holidays)”.
2. Input a number 1 or 2 to select the model to which you want to send the data.
• A message appears asking if you are ready to send.
3. Press Y to start the send operation, or N to abort.
• To interrupt the send operation at any time, press ESC.
• After the send operation is complete, the display returns to the screen that was
on the display before you started the send operation. Then you can repeat the
above procedure to send another item.
■ Sending All Data Items In a Mode
The procedure you should use depends on whether the file whose data items you are
sending has multiple files (Telephone Directory, Memo, To Do, Expense Manager)
or not (Schedule Keeper, Reminder).
To send all data items from a multiple file mode (Telephone
Directory, Memo, To Do, Expense Manager)
1. Display the initial screen of the mode that contains the data you want to send.
• You can display the initial screen for any file.
2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Send all files”.
3. Use K and L to move the pointer to the file whose data you want to send, and
then use H and J to change the setting.
• Files set to “Yes” will be sent, while those set to “No” will not.
4. Press ENTER.
5. Input a number 1 or 2 to select the model to which you want to send the data.
• At this time the message “READY TO SEND (Y/N)?” appears.
6. Press Y to send or N to abort.
• In the Telephone Directory, Memo, and To Do Modes you can also use another
method to send all data items. While the index display or data display is on the
screen, press FUNCTION and then select “Send all records”.
To send all data items from a single file mode (Schedule Keeper,
Reminder)
1.
2.
3.
•
Display the initial screen of the mode that contains the data you want to send.
Press FUNCTION and then select “Send all records”.
Input a number 1 or 2 to select the model to which you want to send the data.
At this time the message “READY TO SEND (Y/N)?” appears.
4. Press Y to send or N to abort.
To send listed records in the Schedule Keeper Mode
1. Enter the Schedule Keeper Mode and specify the items you want to send in the
index display contents.
• See “To specify Schedule Keeper Mode index display contents” on page 39.
2. While the Schedule Keeper Mode index display is on the screen, press
FUNCTION and then select “Send listed records”.
3. Input a number 1 or 2 to select the model to which you want to send the data.
• At this time the message “READY TO SEND (Y/N)?” appears.
4. Press Y to send or N to abort.
■ Data Synchronization
Use the following procedure to synchronize data entries between your Digital Diary
and a personal computer.
• Data synchronization can be performed for the following modes: Telephone
Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, To Do, Reminder, Expense Manager.
To synchronize data for a single mode
1. Press the Digital Diary’s SYNCHRONIZE key.
2. Press the mode key for the mode whose data you want to synchronize (TEL,
MEMO, SCHEDULE, TO DO, REMINDER, EXPENSE) to start.
• You can press ESC to abort the above procedure.
• The Home Time screen appears when the synchronization operation finishes.
To synchronize data for all modes
Important!
• All-mode synchronization takes a long time to complete.
Press SHIFT SYNCHRONIZE to start synchronization of all modes.
• The Home Time screen appears when the synchronization operation finishes.
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Technical Appendix
■ Memory Capacity
Memory capacity differs according to model.
Model
Memory
SF-7100SY: 1M byte
SF-7200SY: 2M bytes
The following shows the number of items that can be stored in each model.
Telephone Directory
8-character name, 10-character Phone 1 number
SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY: 17,600/37,800
8-character name, 10-character Phone 1 number, 20-character address
SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY: 12,222/26,190
Memo
20-character memo
SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY: 16,800/35,700
To Do
20-character description
SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY: 16,100/34,500
Schedule Keeper
20-character description, alarm time setting
SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY: 14,600/31,200
Reminder
10-character description
SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY: 17,300/37,100
Expense Manager
10-character description
SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY: 17,000/36,500
■ How the Digital Diary sorts data
Sorting Sequence
The following table shows the sequence used for sorting data in the Telephone
Directory Mode.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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22
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24
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38
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■ Error Messages
Data Error Message
The data error message appears whenever the Digital Diary’s internal check
discovers a problem with data stored in memory.
Appearance of the data error message indicates that you must perform the all-reset
procedure to correct the problem. Start out with the procedure under “To start the allreset operation” on page 11, and continue with the procedure under “When to press
Y for “yes”” on page 11.
If you still have trouble after trying the RESET operation, you may have a hardware
problem. If so, consult with your nearest CASIO dealer.
■ Message Table
Message
Meaning
NOT FOUND!
PRESS ESC TO QUIT.
Action
Data specified in search
operation does not exist in
memory.
Change specification
or cancel search.
MEMORY FULL.
PRESS ANY KEY.
MEMORY MANAGEMENT CAN INCREASE
MEMORY FOR NEW
STORAGE.
No more room in memory
for storage of data. You can
increase the amount of
memory available for
storage using Memory
Management.
Try performing
memory management to make more
data available. Press
SHIFT FUNCTION
and then select
“Memory management.” See page 19.
ALARM TIME COINCIDENT!
Attempt to set an alarm that
is already used for another
entry.
Set a different alarm
time or change the
existing alarm time.
ALARM TIME ALREADY Attempt to set an alarm for a Set a different alarm
PASSED!
time or date that is already
time.
passed.
Error during data communications.
Cancel the operation
and try again.
The reset procedure has
started.
See page 11.
THE NEXT STEP
The reset procedure is in
STARTS DATA
progress.
DELETION AND UNIT
RESET! DO YOU WANT
TO CONTINUE?
YES (ENTER)/NO (ESC)
See page 11.
THE UNIT IS BEING INI- Initialization is in progress.
TIALIZED.
PLEASE WAIT.
Wait until initialization
is complete.
DATA COMM. ERROR,
PRESS ANY KEY.
DATA SYNC. ERROR,
PRESS ANY KEY.
THE RESET OPERATION DELETES ALL
DATA IN MEMORY!
DO YOU WANT TO
CONTINUE (Y/N)?
CHECKING DATA,
PLEASE WAIT.
The unit is checking to see if Wait until the data
check operation is
there is any problem with
complete.
memory data.
DATA ERROR! CHECK
YOUR USER’S GUIDE
FOR PROCEDURE!
Data corrupted by strong
impact, electrostatic charge,
etc..
See page 76.
MAIN BATTERIES
WEAK! REPLACE
THEM! UNIT WILL NOT
TURN ON AGAIN!
The main batteries are
getting weak.
Replace main
batteries immediately
(page 13).
SETTING UP THE FILE Data files in memory are
STRUCTURE, PLEASE being restructured.
WAIT.
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Wait until the data file
restructure operation
is complete.
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■ Specifications
Model: SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY
Main Modes:
Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, To Do, Expense Manager, Reminder,
Calendar, Home Time, World Time, Calculator, Conversion (metric/currency) and
Game (Poker/Blackjack)
Data storage:
Storage and recall of telephone, memo, schedule, to do, expense, reminder data;
calendar display; editing; memory status display
Clock:
World time; reminder alarm; schedule alarm; daily alarm; accuracy under normal
temperatures: ±3 seconds per day
Calculation:
12-digit arithmetic calculations; independent memory; percentages; square roots;
other mixed calculations
General:
Display element: 40-column × 8-line LCD
Memory capacity: SF-7100SY: 1MB
SF-7200SY: 2MB
Main component: LSI
Power supply:
Main:
Two AA-size alkaline batteries (Type: LR6 (AM3))
Back-up: One CR2032 lithium battery
Battery life:
Main:
• Approximately 240 hours of continuous display only in Telephone
Directory Mode.
• Approximately 140 hours with 55 minutes of continuous display
only and 5 minutes of processing operation per hour.
• Approximately 120 hours with 55 minutes of continuous display
only and 5 minutes of processing operation per hour, plus 3
minutes of backlight operation per hour during continuous display
only period.
Back-up: Approximately 5 years if main batteries are replaced as soon as
they become weak.
Power consumption: 0.4W
Auto power off: Approximately 3 minutes after last key operation
Operating temperature: 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
Dimensions:
Unfolded: 9.6H × 162W × 158.5D mm (3/8"H × 63/8"W × 61/4"D)
Folded: 21.4H × 162W × 85D mm (7/8"H × 63/8"W × 33/8"D)
Weight: Approximately 261g (9.2 oz) including batteries
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Unit 6, 1000 North Circular Road
London NW2 7JD, U.K.
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