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Radio Shack 65-780 Owner`s manual
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Cat. No. 65-780
OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
256K Metal Case
Organizer
with EL Backlight
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FEATURES
Your RadioShack 256K Organizer is great
for the person on the go. The pocket-size
data organizer combines these features:
256K Memory — lets you store over 7,000
phone records.
Electroluminescent (EL) Backlight —
makes reading the 5-row display easy, even
in low light.
Phone Directories — put names, addresses, and numbers at your fingertips when you
store them in the business, personal, or general directory.
© 1999 Tandy Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
RadioShack is a registered trademark
used by Tandy Corporation.
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Schedule Alarms — keep you in control of
your busy schedule by reminding you of
meetings and other important events.
Memo and To-Do Functions — let you write
yourself notes and to-do lists of up to 512
characters each.
Expense Manager — helps you keep track
of business and personal expenses.
Calendar — shows monthly calendars from
January 1901 to December 2099.
World Time — shows you the current time in
32 cities around the world.
Daily Alarm — lets you set an alarm to remind you of an important daily event. The
snooze feature lets you temporarily silence
this alarm for about 10 minutes.
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Information Transfer — moves records between this organizer and another one like it
by infrared data transfer or between the organizer and a personal computer with an optional PC Link cable.
8-Digit Password — prevents unauthorized
access to your private information.
10-Digit Calculator — to do standard arithmetic and memory calculations.
Automatic Power-Off — conserves battery
power by automatically turning off the organizer if you do not press a key for about 7
minutes.
Caution: Do not place credit cards, automatic teller machine cards, or other cards with a
magnetic strip on or near the organizer. The
organizer’s speaker contains a magnet that
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could erase important information from these
magnetic strips.
Note:
Tandy Corporation assumes no responsibility
for any loss or claims that might arise through
use of this organizer or for damages incurred
as a result of information loss due to malfunctions, repairs, battery replacement, or misuse. You should maintain physical records of
important information to protect against such
loss.
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CONTENTS
Preparation ............................................ 7
Overview ................................................ 8
Daily Alarm .......................................... 18
Calendar .............................................. 21
Phone Directories ................................ 22
Schedule Alarms .................................. 31
Memo Function .................................... 38
To-Do Function .................................... 42
Secret Records .................................... 46
Calculator ............................................. 51
Expense Manager ................................ 55
Data Transmission ............................... 66
Care ..................................................... 73
Specifications ....................................... 81
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PREPARATION
REMOVING THE BATTERY
INSULATOR
Your organizer comes with a battery insulator
to preserve battery power during shipping.
Before you can use your organizer, you must
remove the battery insulator from the battery
compartment.
Turn the organizer over so the bottom faces
up. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the
four screws, then carefully remove the cover.
Remove the battery insulator by grasping it
and pulling it away from the organizer. Then,
replace the metal cover and secure it with the
screws.
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OVERVIEW
TURNING THE ORGANIZER
ON AND OFF
Press ON/OFF to turn on the organizer. The
Main Menu appears. The organizer automatically turns off if you do not press a key for
about 7 minutes. Press ON/OFF again to turn
off the organizer sooner.
SELECTING A FUNCTION
When the Main Menu appears, you can select a function by pressing the keyboard letter
that appears above the desired icon. You can
also use the arrow keys to highlight the desired icon, then press ENTER.
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ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY
CONTRAST
Press MENU so the Main Menu appears.
to increase the disThen press SEARCH
play contrast; press SEARCH
to decrease
the display contrast.
USING THE BACKLIGHT
To turn on the backlight, press . The backlight automatically turns off after about 20
seconds. To turn off the backlight sooner,
press . again.
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USING THE KEY TONE
To set your organizer to sound a tone each
time you press a key, from the Main Menu
press S to select the Home Time function (or
highlight
and press ENTER), then press V.
A beep sounds and
appears.
To turn off the key tone, select the Home
Time function, then press V again. A beep
sounds and
disappears.
SETTING THE DATE AND
TIME
When you set the date and time for your
home time zone, all other world times are set
automatically.
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1. Select the Home Time function. You see
London and the default day, date, and
time.
2. Press SEARCH
.or
.until a city in
your time zone appears (see “Viewing
World Times” on Page 13 for city
names).
3. Press 12/24 (Z) to set the clock to 12- or
24-hour format. AM or PM appears after
the time in the 12-hour format.
4. Press EDIT. The first digit in the month
flashes.
5. Press
or
to move to the digit you
want to change, then use the number
keys to enter the month, date, year,
hour, and minute.
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Notes:
• If your area is currently observing
Daylight Saving Time, set the time as
if you were in Standard Time, then
switch to Daylight Saving Time in
Step 7.
• In the 12-hour format, press AM/PM
(X) to choose AM or PM.
6. Press ENTER to store the settings.
Note: If you enter invalid digits (for
example, if you enter 15 for the month),
the first digit in the month flashes after
you press ENTER. Enter the correct digits, then press ENTER again.
7. Press DST (C) to select Daylight Saving
Time. DST appears. Press DST again to
turn return to Standard Time. DST disappears.
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VIEWING WORLD TIMES
Once you set your home time, you can view
the time in 32 cities around the world.
Cities
London
Paris
Berlin
Rome
Helsinki
Cairo
Moscow
Riyadh
Tehran
Dubai
Kabul
Karachi
Delhi
Dhaka
Yangon
Bangkok
Hong Kong
Singapore
Tokyo
Adelaide
Sydney
Noumea
Wellington
Honolulu
Anchorage
Los Angeles
Denver
Chicago
New York
Toronto
Caracas
Rio de
Janeiro
Follow these steps to view the time in one of
the cities listed.
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1. From the Main Menu, press D to select
the World Time function (or highlight
and press ENTER). The last-selected
city name and that city’s day, date, and
time appear.
2. Repeatedly
SEARCH
. or
press SEARCH
.until you see the city name
you want.
3. Press DST to turn on or off Daylight Saving Time.
Note: Not all cities observe Daylight
Saving Time. If you have already
selected Daylight Saving Time, the organizer automatically adjusts the time for
all world cities.
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CHECKING AVAILABLE
MEMORY
Follow these steps to find out how much usable memory is available.
1. From the Main Menu, press SHIFT then
SPACE.
The Configuration Menu
appears.
2. Press 2 then ENTER. The percentage of
available memory appears.
3. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
ENTERING RECORDS
You can enter several different types of
records into your organizer. Each type of
record has different uses and capabilities, but
shares basic record entry features.
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• To enter capital letters, press CAPS. C
appears.
• To enter a space, press SPACE.
• To select a symbol, repeatedly press
SYMBL until you see the symbol you
,
want (/ , : $ £ ¥ @ ) ( ? ! \ # _). Then
press to select the symbol.
• If you make an incorrect entry, press the
arrow keys to move to the character you
want to change, then type the correct
character over the old one.
• To start a new line, press ↵.
• To insert a space before a character,
press INS. If you want to enter a character in that space, simply press the appropriate key after you press INS.
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DELETING RECORDS
Follow these steps to delete a phone directory, schedule alarm, memo, to-do, or expense
record.
1. Recall the record you want to delete.
DEL.
Delete? (Y/N)
2. Press
appears. If you are sure, press Y. The
record is deleted. Otherwise, press N.
The record remains unchanged.
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DAILY ALARM
You can set an alarm to sound at a set time
of day. When the daily alarm is on, ((•))
appears on the display and a tone sounds for
about 20 seconds at the set time. Press any
key to silence the alarm.
Note: Because pressing any key turns off the
alarm, the alarm might not sound if you are
entering information at the alarm time.
SETTING THE DAILY ALARM
1. Select the Daily Alarm function (H
The display shows .
).
2. Press EDIT. The first hour digit flashes.
3. Use the number keys to enter the alarm
hour and minute.
4. In the 12-hour format, press AM/PM to
set the alarm time to AM or PM.
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5. Press ENTER to store the alarm time.
((•)) appears on the display. The
alarm is set to sound.
6. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
TURNING THE DAILY ALARM
ON AND OFF
1. Select the Daily Alarm function (H
).
2. Press V to turn the alarm on. ((•))
appears on the display when the alarm
is set to sound. Press V to turn the alarm
off. ((•)) disappears.
Note: Turning the daily alarm on or off does
not affect the schedule alarms (see “Turning
the Schedule Alarm On and Off” on
Page 33).
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USING SNOOZE
When the alarm sounds, press SPACE to turn
on the snooze function. The alarm turns off
for about 10 minutes.
When the alarm sounds again, press any key
except SPACE to silence the alarm. If no key
is pressed, the alarm sounds again after 10
minutes then turns off until the next day at the
set time.
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CALENDAR
Your organizer's calendar can display any
date from January 1, 1901, to December 31,
2099.
Select the Calendar function (A ). The current month appears on the display with the
current date flashing.
The display shows one month at a time and
the leftmost day of the week is Sunday.
To scroll through the calendar one month at a
time, press SEARCH .or SEARCH .
A colon to the right of a date means there is a
schedule alarm set for that date (see “Schedule Alarms” on Page 31).
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PHONE DIRECTORIES
In each of the three phone directories, you
can enter records containing name, company
name, address, telephone numbers, E-mail
address, and a note of up to 496 characters,
including spaces.
ENTERING A PHONE
DIRECTORY RECORD
1. Select the phone directory you want:
Business (Q), Personal (W), or General
(E). *Business*, *Personal*,
or *General* appears on the display.
2. Enter the contact's name.
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Notes:
• The organizer stores names alphabetically, so you might want to enter
the last name first.
• Press ENTER without entering data to
skip a field.
3. Press ENTER. Phone 1? appears on
the display.
4. Type the first phone number and press
ENTER. Phone 2? appears.
5. Type the second phone number and
press ENTER. Phone 3? appears.
6. Type the third phone number and press
ENTER. Company? appears.
7. Type the company name and press
ENTER. Address? appears.
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8. Type the address and press ENTER. EMail? appears.
9. Type the E-mail address and press
ENTER. Note? appears.
10. Type the note and press ENTER to store
the record. Wait... appears while
the record is stored.
11. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
RECALLING A PHONE
DIRECTORY RECORD
You can recall a phone directory record sequentially by contact name or company, directly by contact name or company, or by
keyword search.
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Note: If you entered a name in uppercase
letters, you must use uppercase letters to
search for that name.
If there are no records or no matching
records stored in the directory, Not
Found! appears briefly.
Sequential Recall by Contact Name
1. Select the desired phone directory.
. to view the first
2. Press SEARCH
record sorted alphabetically by contact
name.
3. Repeatedly press
record.
. to view the whole
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Sequential Recall by Company
Name
1. Select the desired phone directory.
ENTER
2. Press
appears.
until
Company?
. to view the first
3. Press SEARCH
record sorted alphabetically by company.
4. Repeatedly press
record.
. to view the whole
Direct Recall by Contact Name
1. Select the desired phone directory.
2. Type the first few characters (up to 8) of
the desired contact name.
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3. Press SEARCH
.to search for names
that begin with the characters you
entered. The first record that begins with
those characters appears on the display.
4. Repeatedly press
record.
. to view the whole
.or SEARCH
5. Press SEARCH
view the previous or next record.
.to
Direct Recall by Company Name
1. Select the desired phone directory.
ENTER
2. Press
appears.
until
Company?
3. Type the first few characters (up to 8) of
the desired company.
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4. Press SEARCH
.or SEARCH
.to
display the first record beginning with
those characters.
5. Repeatedly press
whole record.
or
to view the
.or SEARCH
.to
6. Press SEARCH
view the previous or next record (alphabetically).
Keyword Search
1. Select the desired phone directory.
2. In any field, type the first few characters
(up to 8) of any text to search.
.or
3. Press SHIFT then SEARCH
SEARCH
.to display the first record
that begins with those characters.
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4. Repeatedly press
whole record.
or
to view the
.or SEARCH
.to
5. Press SEARCH
view the previous or next record (alphabetically).
EDITING A PHONE
DIRECTORY RECORD
1. Recall the record you want to edit.
2. Press EDIT. A flashing cursor appears
on the first character of the contact's
name.
3. Press or to move to where you want
to make your edits. (See “Entering
Records” on Page 15.)
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4. When you finish editing the contact's
name, press ENTER. Phone 1?
appears on the first line of the display.
5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to edit the phone
numbers, company name, address, Email address, and note. Press ENTER
without entering data to skip a field.
6. When you finish editing, press ENTER
until Wait... appears. The edited
information is stored. Name? appears
on the display.
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SCHEDULE ALARMS
Schedule alarms help you stay in control of
your busy schedule by reminding you of
meetings and other important events. For
each schedule alarm, you can enter an alarm
message of up to 512 characters.
At the alarm time, the alarm sounds for 20
seconds and the alarm message appears on
the display. If the organizer is turned off at
the alarm time, the organizer turns on,
sounds the alarm, and displays the alarm
message. Press any key to silence the alarm.
Notes:
• Since pressing any key turns off the
alarm, the organizer might not sound
(and the alarm message might not
appear) if you are entering information
at a schedule alarm time.
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• If the alarm sounds and the alarm message appears while you are entering
information, the information you are
entering might not be stored.
ENTERING A SCHEDULE
ALARM
1. Select the Schedule Alarm function (Y).
The display shows
.
2. Enter the alarm date and time.
Note: In the 12-hour format, press AM/
PM (X) to set the alarm time to AM or
PM.
3. Press ENTER. Note? appears.
4. Type the message you want to appear
when the alarm sounds.
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5. Press ENTER. The date and time reappear.
6. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
TURNING THE SCHEDULE
ALARM ON AND OFF
To turn on the schedule alarm, select the
Schedule Alarm function (Y), recall the
schedule alarm, then press V.
appears on
the display.
To turn off the schedule alarm, select the
Schedule Alarm function, then press V so
disappears.
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RECALLING A SCHEDULE
ALARM
You can recall schedule alarm records using
sequential recall by date, or by searching for
a keyword in the note field.
Sequential Recall by Date
1. Select the Schedule Alarm function (Y).
2. Type the date, if it is different than the
current date.
.to view the first
3. Press SEARCH
schedule alarm for the selected date.
Note: If no matching schedule record
exists on that day, NOT FOUND!
appears briefly and the next closest
record will appear.
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4. Repeatedly press
whole record.
5. Press SEARCH
record.
or
to view the
.to view the next
6. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
Keyword Search
1. Select the Schedule Alarm function (Y).
2. Press ENTER. Note? appears.
3. Enter a character pattern (up to 8 characters) that appears anywhere in the
note you want to search for.
.or
4. Press SHIFT then SEARCH
SEARCH
.to search for an alarm message that matches what you entered.
Note: If no matching schedule record
exists, Not Found! appears briefly.
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5. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
VIEWING SCHEDULE
ALARMS FROM THE
CALENDAR
When you look at the calendar, a colon appears to the right of any date with a schedule
alarm.
Use the arrow keys to move to the date you
want, then press ENTER to see the desired
schedule alarms for that date.
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EDITING A SCHEDULE
ALARM
1. Recall the schedule alarm record you
want to edit.
2. Press EDIT. A flashing cursor appears
on the first character of the display.
3. Use the arrow keys to move to where
you want to make your edits. (See
“Entering Records” on Page 15.)
4. Press ENTER to edit the note. The first
character flashes.
5. Use the arrow keys to move to the character you want to change.
6. When you finish editing, press ENTER
until Wait... appears. The date and
time then reappear.
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MEMO FUNCTION
ENTERING A MEMO
Use the memo function to store important
messages. You can enter a record of up to
512 characters. Memos are sorted alphabetically.
1. Select the Memo function (R
display shows Memo? .
). The
2. Enter your message.
3. Press ENTER to store your memo.
Memo? reappears.
4. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
RECALLING MEMOS
You can recall memo records using sequential recall (alphabetical order), direct recall by
content, or keyword search.
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Sequential Recall
1. Select the Memo function (R
).
.or SEARCH
.to
2. Press SEARCH
view the first memo in alphabetical
order. Press SEARCH
.to view the
previous memo or SEARCH
.to view
the next memo.
Direct Recall by Content
1. Select the Memo function (R
).
2. Enter the first few characters of the
desired memo.
.to search for the first
3. Press SEARCH
memo starting with the characters that
you entered.
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Notes:
• If no matching memo record exists,
Not Found! appears briefly.
.or SEARCH
.to
• Press SEARCH
scroll through the memos alphabetically.
Keyword Search
1. Select the Memo function (R
).
2. Enter a character pattern (up to 8 characters) that appears anywhere in the
desired memo.
.or
3. Press SHIFT then SEARCH
SEARCH
.to search the memo
records for a memo that has the matching character pattern.
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Note: If no matching record exists, Not
Found! appears briefly.
4. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
EDITING A MEMO
1. Recall the memo you want to edit.
2. Press EDIT. A flashing cursor appears
on the first character of the display.
3. Use the arrow keys to move to where
you want to make your edits. (See
“Entering Records” on Page 15.)
4. When you finish editing, press ENTER
until Wait... appears. The edited
memo is stored. Memo? appears.
5. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
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TO-DO FUNCTION
ENTERING A TO-DO RECORD
Use the To-Do function to list tasks you need
to accomplish. You can enter a record of up
to 512 characters and give it a priority level.
To-do records are sorted first by priority, and
then alphabetically.
1. Select the To-Do function (T
display shows Todo? .
). The
2. Enter your task.
3. Press ENTER. Priority? appears.
4. Enter the priority level (1, 2, or 3). 1 is
the highest priority, and 3 is the lowest.
5. Press ENTER to store your record.
Todo? reappears.
6. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
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RECALLING TO-DO
RECORDS
You can recall to-do records using sequential
recall, priority recall, or keyword search.
Sequential Recall
1. Select the To-Do function (T
).
.to view
2. Repeatedly press SEARCH
records in order of priority, or SEARCH
.to view records in order of entry, last
entered first.
Priority Recall
1. Select the To-Do function (T
).
2. Press ENTER.
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3. Enter a priority level (1, 2, or 3).
.or SEARCH
4. Press SEARCH
find the records having that priority.
.to
Note: If no matching record exists, Not
Found! appears briefly.
5. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
Keyword Search
1. Select the To-Do function (T
).
2. Enter a character pattern (up to 8 characters) that is anywhere in the desired
to-do record.
.or
3. Press SHIFT then SEARCH
SEARCH
.to search the records for a
record that has the matching character
pattern.
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Note: If no matching record exists, Not
Found! appears briefly.
4. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
EDITING A TO-DO RECORD
1. Recall the to-do record you want to edit.
2. Press EDIT. A flashing cursor appears
on the first character of the message.
3. Use the arrow keys to move to where
you want to make your edits. (See
“Entering Records” on Page 15.)
4. Press ENTER. The priority number
flashes. Enter a new priority number, if
desired.
5. Press ENTER. Todo? reappears.
6. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
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SECRET RECORDS
You can keep confidential phone directory,
schedule alarm, memo, to-do, and expense
records. A password you choose protects the
confidential information records.
You must enter the password before you can
store or recall secret records. You cannot
change existing records into secret records
except by re-entering them.
ENTERING SECRET
RECORDS
1. Press SHIFT then SPACE. The Configuration Menu appears.
2. Select 1 then press ENTER. Password? appears.
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3. Enter a password (up to 8 characters),
appears on the
then press ENTER.
display.
Notes:
• Your password can include any combination of letters, numbers, or symbols.
• Be sure you can remember your
password! If you forget it, you must
reset the secret area, which clears all
of your secret records. (See “Resetting the Secret Memory” on Page 77.)
4. Press MENU, then select the function
(Phone, Schedule, Memo, To-Do, or
expense) where you want to store secret
records.
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5. Enter the record (see “Entering a Phone
Directory Record” on Page 22, “Entering
a Schedule Alarm” on Page 32, “Entering a Memo” on Page 38, or “Entering a
To-Do Record” on Page 42). When you
turn off the organizer (or it automatically
turns off), the organizer exits the secret
area. To re-enter the secret area, repeat
Steps 1 and 2.
RECALLING SECRET
RECORDS
1. Press SHIFT then SPACE.
2. Press 1 then ENTER.
3. Enter the password, then press ENTER.
appears.
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4. Press MENU then select the Phone,
Schedule, Memo, To-Do, or Expense
Manager function.
5. Recall the record you want to see.
EDITING SECRET RECORDS
Recall the secret record you want to edit,
then press EDIT. A flashing cursor appears
on the first character of the display. See “Entering Records” on Page 15 to edit the
record.
CHANGING THE PASSWORD
1. Press SHIFT then SPACE. The Configuration Menu appears.
2. Press 1 then ENTER.
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3. Enter the password, then press ENTER.
4. Press 1 then ENTER. New Password? appears.
5. Enter a new password, then press
ENTER to change the password.
6. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
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CALCULATOR
Select the Calculator function (F
play shows .
). The dis-
Press the keys in the order they appear in the
arithmetic operation. For example:
You press:
3+4=
8×3–4=
6÷2=
You see:
7
20
3
To clear a calculation, press C/CE.
Notes:
• If the result of a calculation has more
than 10 digits, or if you try to divide by 0,
E (error) appears. To clear the error,
press C/CE.
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• If you enter a wrong number, press C/CE
and re-enter the correct number before
you press =.
SQUARE CALCULATIONS
To do square calculations, follow this example. To calculate 42:
You press:
4×=
You see:
16
MEMORY CALCULATIONS
The memory calculation feature lets you easily do multi-step calculations.
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Use the following keys to perform memory
calculations:
• Press M+ to total a calculation and add
the total to the value in memory.
• Press M– to total a calculation and subtract the total from the value in memory.
• Press MR to recall (display) the value in
memory.
• Press MC to clear the memory.
For example: (4 × 5) + (28 + 2) – (7 – 2) + (75
÷ 5):
You press:
Display's last
line shows:
4 × 5 = M+
M 20.
28 + 2 = M+
M 30.
7 – 2 = M–
M 5.
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You press:
Display's last
line shows:
75 ÷ 5 = M+
M 15.
MR
M 60.
MC
60.
Note: M appears on the display when a value
is stored in memory. M disappears when you
clear the memory.
PERCENTAGE
CALCULATIONS
To find a percentage of a number, type the
number, then ×, the percentage, and %.
You press:
12 × 3 %
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You see:
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EXPENSE MANAGER
The expense manager can help you organize
your business and daily expenses. The expense manager also creates an expense report by date and expense type.
The organizer has the following fields where
you can enter, change, and explain the expense information.
•
•
•
•
•
Date
Expense Type
Amount
Payment Type
With/Without Receipt
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ENTERING EXPENSE
RECORDS
1. Select the Expense Manager function (G
). The Expense Manager Menu
appears.
2. Press 1 then ENTER. The current date
appears.
3. Use , , and the number keys to enter
the expense date.
4. Press ENTER.
appears.
Expense Type?
5. Select the expense type by typing the
number that appears next to that type.
Note: Press SEARCH
.or SEARCH
to view all of the types of expenses.
6. Press ENTER. Amount: appears.
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7. Enter the amount.
Notes:
• The expense amount is limited to 10
numbers, plus the decimal point.
• Press +/– (Y) to switch between a
positive and negative number.
• Press C/CE (DEL) to clear the amount
entry.
8. Press ENTER.
appears.
Payment Type?
9. Select the payment type by pressing the
number that appears next to that type.
10. Press ENTER.
appears.
Receipt
Y/N?
11. Enter Y for Yes or N for No.
12. Press ENTER. Note? appears.
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13. Enter the note (up to 512 characters).
14. Press ENTER to store the expense
record.
15. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
RECALLING EXPENSE
RECORDS
You can recall expense information by date
or keyword search by note field information.
By Date
1. Select the Expense Manager function (G
).
2. Press 1 then ENTER.
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3. Use , , and number keys to enter the
expense date.
.or SEARCH
4. Press SEARCH
recall the records for that date.
.to
Notes:
• Press
record.
or
to scroll through the
Press SEARCH
. or
SEARCH
.to display the previous
or next record.
• If there is no expense record for the
specified date, Not Found!
appears briefly.
By Keyword Search
1. Select the Expense Manager function (G
).
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2. Press ENTER repeatedly until Note?
appears.
3. Enter a character pattern (up to 8 characters) that is anywhere in the note.
.or
4. Press SHIFT then SEARCH
SEARCH
.to search the expense
records for a record that has the matching character pattern.
Note: If no record match is found, Not
Found! appears briefly.
5. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
EDITING EXPENSE
RECORDS
1. Recall the expense record you want to
change.
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2. Press EDIT. Edit Date? appears.
The first digit of the date flashes.
3. Use the , , and number keys to enter
the correct date, then press ENTER.
Expense Type? appears.
4. Select the expense type by typing the
number that appears next to that type.
Note: Press
or
types of expenses.
to view all of the
5. Press ENTER. Amount: appears.
6. Type the correct amount and press
ENTER. Payment Type? appears.
7. Enter the correct payment type, then
press ENTER. Receipt Y/N?
appears.
8. Enter Y for Yes or N for No, then press
ENTER. Note? appears.
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9. Enter the correct note.
10. Press ENTER to store the edited record.
11. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
VIEWING AN EXPENSE
REPORT
The expense report displays totals of each
expense category for a specified date or time
span.
1. Select the Expense Manager function (G
).
2. Press 2 then ENTER.
3. Use the , , and number keys to enter
the start date for the report, then press
ENTER.
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4. Use the , , and number keys to enter
the end date for the report, then press
ENTER. The organizer calculates and
displays each expense type subtotal and
an overall expense total of all expense
types for the specified time period.
Notes:
• Press
report.
or
to scroll through the
• If the subtotal expense is more than 9
digits, E appears on the item line.
• The total amount of the 8 expense
types appears at the bottom of the
report. If the total is more than 10 digits, E appears in the total line.
5. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
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RENAMING AN EXPENSE
TYPE
You can rename the expense types to personalize the organizer to your specific needs.
1. Select the Expense Manager function (G
).
2. Press 3 then ENTER.
3. Press
expense
or
to scroll through the
types line-by-line, or use
SEARCH
.or SEARCH
.to scroll
through the expense types screen-byscreen. When the expense type you
want to rename appears in the top line,
press ENTER.
Or, type the number of the expense type
and press ENTER.
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4. Enter the new expense type label (up to
7 characters).
5. Press ENTER to store
expense type label.
the
edited
6. Press MENU to return to the Main Menu.
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DATA TRANSMISSION
You can transfer telephone directory, schedule, memo, to-do, and expense records from
your organizer to other 256K electronic organizers with infrared data transfer capability,
or to a personal computer using an optional
PC Link cable (available through RadioShack
Unlimited).
BETWEEN ORGANIZERS
Notes:
• You must first prepare the receiving
organizer to accept data and then immediately transmit data from the transmitting organizer.
• Do not move the organizers during data
transfer. If you do, the transmission
might be interrupted. ERROR appears in
the receiving organizer's display.
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1. Place the organizers side by side with
the sending organizer on the left and the
receiving organizer on the right. Align
the IR TRANSMIT window on the sending organizer with the IR RECEIVE window on the receiving organizer.
2. On the sending organizer, select the
function (Phone, Schedule, Memo, ToDo, and Expense Manager) for the
records you want to transfer. All records
from the selected function will be transmitted.
To transmit an individual record, recall
the desired record.
3. On the sending organizer, press LINK.
TX. RX.? (T/R) appears.
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4. On the receiving organizer, select the
function where you want the records
stored (the same function you selected
in Step 2).
5. On the receiving organizer, press LINK.
TX. RX.? (T/R) appears.
6. On the receiving organizer, press R.
Receive by 1. IR. 2.Cable
appears.
7. On the receiving organizer, press 1 for
infrared transfer. Receiving...
appears.
8. On the sending organizer, press T to
Transmitstart
the
transfer.
ting... appears on the display.
Note: If there is a delay of more than 8
seconds, the receiving organizer displays Error... for 2 seconds.
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To cancel the transfer, press C/CE on
the sending organizer. Abort!
appears.
TO A PERSONAL COMPUTER
You can transfer data from your organizer to
a computer by plugging a PC Link cable
(available through RadioShack Unlimited)
into the PC PORT jack on the organizer and
connecting the cable's other end to the computer.
1. Load the PC Link software onto the
computer according to the PC Link's
Owner's Manual. Select "Model G" on
the PC Link Menu.
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2. On the organizer, select the function
(Phone, Schedule, Memo, To-Do, or
Expense Manager) for the records you
want to transfer. All records from the
selected area will be transmitted.
To transmit an individual record, recall
the desired record.
3. Follow the directions in the PC Link's
Owner's Manual to specify the serial port
used to connect the computer and organizer, and to select the same function
that you selected on the organizer.
4. Press LINK.
appears.
TX.RX.?
(T/R)
5. Type T on the organizer to start the
Transmitting...
transfer.
appears.
To cancel the transfer, press C/CE.
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FROM A PERSONAL
COMPUTER
You can transfer data from a computer to
your organizer by plugging a PC Link cable
(available through RadioShack Unlimited)
into the PC PORT jack on the organizer and
connecting the cable's other end to the computer.
1. Load the PC Link software onto the
computer according to the PC Link's
Owner's Manual. Select "Model G" on
the PC Link Menu.
2. Follow the directions in the PC Link's
Owner's Manual to specify the serial port
used to connect the computer and organizer, and to select the data you want to
transfer.
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3. On the organizer, select the function
(Phone, Schedule, Memo, To-Do, and
Expense Manager) where you want to
receive the records. All records from the
selected area will be transmitted.
To transmit an individual record, recall
the desired record.
4. Press LINK.
appears.
TX. RX.? (T/R)
5. Press R on the organizer. Receive
by 1. IR. 2. Cable appears.
6. Press 2 to select cable. Receiving... appears.
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CARE
To enjoy your RadioShack 256K Organizer
for a long time:
• Keep the organizer dry. If it gets wet,
wipe it dry immediately.
• Use and store the organizer only in normal temperature environments.
• Handle the organizer gently and carefully. Don’t drop it.
• Keep the organizer away from dust and
dirt.
• Wipe the organizer with a damp cloth
occasionally to keep it looking new.
Modifying or tampering with the organizer’s
internal components can cause a malfunction
and invalidate its warranty. If your organizer
is not performing as it should, take it to your
local RadioShack store for assistance.
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REPLACING THE BATTERIES
Your organizer is powered by three 3-volt
CR2032 lithium batteries: two main batteries
and one backup battery. When the display
dims, stops working properly, or
appears
on the display, replace the main batteries. To
protect the data stored in your organizer, replace the backup battery once a year. We
recommend RadioShack batteries.
Cautions:
• Never remove all three batteries from
the battery compartment at the same
time. If you do, you might lose stored
information.
• Be sure to turn off your organizer when
replacing any batteries. Otherwise, you
might lose stored information.
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Follow these steps to replace the batteries.
1. Press ON/OFF to turn off the organizer.
2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the
screws on the battery compartment
cover, then carefully remove the cover.
3. Remove the old batteries and install the
new batteries with the positive (+) side
facing up.
Caution: Be sure to keep the backup
battery in the battery compartment when
replacing the main batteries.
4. Replace the battery compartment cover
and secure it with the screws.
Warnings:
• Always dispose of the old batteries
promptly and properly.
• Never bury or burn batteries.
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• Do not allow children to play with a battery. Swallowing a battery could be fatal.
RESETTING THE
ORGANIZER
You can reset the organizer’s display, the secret memory, or all memory.
Resetting the Display
If the display locks up, follow these steps to
reset it.
Note: Resetting the display does not affect
information stored in memory.
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1. Insert a straightened paper clip into the
RESET hole on the bottom of your organizer. Reset? (Y/N) appears.
2. Press any key except Y. The display
returns to the Main Menu.
Note: You must turn the on the key tone
again after resetting the display.
Resetting the Secret Memory
If you forget the password, follow these steps
to reset the organizer and clear the records
stored in the secret memory.
Caution: Resetting the secret memory clears
all information stored in secret memory and
the key tone, but does not affect daily alarm
settings, the current date and time, phone di-
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rectory, schedule, memo, or to-do records
stored outside the secret memory area.
1. Insert a straightened paper clip into the
RESET hole on the bottom of your organizer. Reset? (Y/N) appears on the
display.
2. Press Y. Delete Secret? appears.
3. Press Y. Delete... appears then
the display returns to the Main Menu. All
the data stored in the organizer's secret
memory is cleared.
Note: You must turn on the key tone
again after resetting the secret memory.
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Resetting All Memory
If you want to clear all the records in the organizer, follow these steps to completely reset the organizer.
Caution: Resetting all memory clears all information stored in the organizer.
1. Insert a straightened paper clip into the
RESET hole on the bottom of your organizer. Reset? (Y/N) appears.
2. Press Y. Delete Secret? appears.
3. Press any key except Y. Del All
Data? appears.
4. Press
Y
to
reset
all
memory.
Reset... appears followed by the
Main Menu display. All the information
stored in the organizer's memory
(including records and alarms in the
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secret area) is cleared. You must turn on
the key tone again, re-enter daily alarm
settings, and set the current date and
time.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source:
Main ............... Two Lithium Batteries, 6V
Backup .............. One Lithium Battery, 3V
Type ........................................... CR2032
(RadioShack Cat. No. 23-162)
Battery Life:
Main ............................... About 6 Months
Backup ............................... About 1 Year
Automatic Power-Off .......... About 7 Minutes
Operating Temperature ................. 32–104°F
(0–43°C)
Dimensions (HWD): 41/3 × 25/8 × 11/16 Inches
(110 × 66 × 18 mm)
Weight (with Batteries) ..................... 4.83 oz
(136.9 g)
Specifications are typical; individual units
might vary. Specifications are subject to
change and improvement without notice.
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Limited One-Year Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under
normal use for one (1) year from the date of purchase
from RadioShack company-owned stores and authorized RadioShack franchisees and dealers. EXCEPT
AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE
LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE
WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED
HEREIN. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON
OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY,
LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE
PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF
THIS WARRANTY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, ANY DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the limitations on how long
an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you.
(Continued)
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(Continued)
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the product and the RadioShack sales receipt as proof of purchase date to any RadioShack
store. RadioShack will, at its option, unless otherwise
provided by law: (a) correct the defect by product repair
without charge for parts and labor; (b) replace the product with one of the same or similar design; or (c) refund
the purchase price. All replaced parts and products,
and products on which a refund is made, become the
property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned parts
and products may be used in the performance of warranty service. Repaired or replaced parts and products
are warranted for the remainder of the original warranty
period. You will be charged for repair or replacement of
the product made after the expiration of the warranty
period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure
caused by or attributable to acts of God, abuse, accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure to
follow instructions, improper installation or maintenance, alteration, lightning or other incidence of excess
voltage or current; (b) any repairs other than those provided by a RadioShack Authorized Service Facility; (c)
consumables such as fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic
damage; (e) transportation, shipping or insurance
costs; or (f) costs of product removal, installation, setup service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you
may also have other rights which vary from state to
state.
(Continued)
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(Continued)
RadioShack Customer Relations, 200 Taylor Street,
6th Floor, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Service What We Sell
04/99
RadioShack
A Division of Tandy Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
08A99
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