CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations Entering text on your CLIÉ™ handheld

CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations Entering text on your CLIÉ™ handheld
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CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations
Entering text on your CLIÉ™
handheld
Exchanging and updating files/data
using the HotSync® operation
Customizing your CLIÉ™ handheld
(Preferences)
Exchanging and updating files/data using the
HotSync® operation (Other HotSync® operations)
Handbook
Using storage media such as “Memory Stick™”
media
Beaming
Using the Bluetooth™ function
Using the Calculator and finding records
Backing up your CLIÉ™ handheld data and
applications
Protecting your data with a password
Enhancing features with add-on applications
Transferring data from another CLIÉ™
handheld
© 2003 Sony Corporation
Introduction
This Handbook explains the basic operations and useful features
of your CLIÉ™ handheld.
Using your CLIÉ handheld for the first time
The basic features and operations are explained in detail
(pages 9-71).
CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations
Explains the basic operations of your CLIÉ handheld and how to use the
applications.
Entering text on your CLIÉ™ handheld
Explains how to enter text on your CLIÉ handheld.
Exchanging and updating files/data using the HotSync® operation
Explains how to use your CLIÉ handheld with your computer.
CLIÉ handheld advanced operations
Useful and advanced features to make full use of your CLIÉ
handheld are explained in detail (pages 72-195).
Customizing your CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
Explains how to customize your CLIÉ handheld in a way that suits you.
Exchanging and updating files/data using the HotSync®
operation (Other HotSync® operations)
Explains the various methods of HotSync® operations.
Using storage media such as “Memory Stick™” media
Explains how to use files/data stored on storage media such as “Memory
Stick” media.
Beaming
Explains how to exchange data or applications with another CLIÉ handheld
by beaming.
Using the Bluetooth™ function
(for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
Explains how to exchange files/data with another CLIÉ handheld using the
Bluetooth™ function.
Using the Calculator and finding records
Explains how to use the calculator and how to find records.
Backing up your CLIÉ™ handheld data and applications
Explains how to back up the data and applications of your CLIÉ handheld.
Protecting your data with a password
Explains how to assign a password to restrict the use of your CLIÉ handheld
or to protect your data.
Enhancing features with add-on applications
Explains how to install additional applications on your CLIÉ handheld.
Transferring data from another CLIÉ™ handheld
Explains how to transfer data from your old CLIÉ handheld to your new CLIÉ handheld.
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The following manuals are included with your CLIÉ handheld.
Refer to the following together with this manual.
‰ Before you start using your CLIÉ handheld
Read This First (Operating Instructions)
Explains the following:
• Setting up your CLIÉ handheld and computer
• Basic operations
• What you can do with the applications
Be sure to read the supplied “Safety & Regulations Guide” to use
your CLIÉ handheld safely.
‰ When you want to become more familiar with the basic operations
of the CLIÉ handheld
‰ When you want to change the settings of your CLIÉ handheld
Handbook (This manual)
Using your CLIÉ handheld for the first time
The basic features and operations are explained in detail.
CLIÉ handheld advanced operations
Useful and advanced features to make full use of your CLIÉ
handheld are explained in detail.
‰ When you want to become more familiar with using the supplied applications
‰ When you want to install additional applications
CLIÉ Application Manual (HTML format: Read via a
computer screen)
Explains how to use the supplied applications in detail.
For details on using the manual, refer to “Using the CLIÉ Application Manual” in the
“Read This First (Operating Instructions).”
‰ When you have problems
Troubleshooting Q&A
Helps in solving common problems that you may have while using your CLIÉ
handheld.
Notes
• Some of the illustrations in this manual (Handbook) may not be consistent with your
CLIÉ handheld.
b For details on your CLIÉ handheld, refer to the “Read This First (Operating
Instructions).”
• Some of the accessories described in this manual (Handbook) may not be supported
by your CLIÉ handheld.
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Table of Contents
CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations
Basic operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Using the stylus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Using the Jog Dial™ navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Starting an application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Starting an application in the Application Launcher screen
(CLIE Launcher) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Quitting an application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using CLIE Launcher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Locating the components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CLIE Launcher group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Favorite Applications (shortcuts). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Application manager icon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying information about applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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22
24
25
26
Using the Palm OS® standard screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Switching to the Palm OS® standard screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting an application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the display style of the Palm OS® standard screen . . . . . .
Displaying applications by category . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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34
36
Changing fonts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Common menu items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
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Entering text on your CLIÉ™ handheld
Entering text on your CLIÉ™ handheld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Selecting a handwriting input system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Using Graffiti® writing to enter text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
What is Graffiti writing? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Entering text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Using Navigation strokes and shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Using Decuma Input to enter text. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Entering text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Using the on-screen keyboard to enter text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Entering text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Exchanging and updating files/data using the
HotSync® operation
What is the HotSync® operation?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Performing the HotSync® operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Performing the HotSync® operation with the cradle
(Local HotSync®) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Starting the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Locating components of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software . . . . 69
Basic operations of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software . . . . . . . . 70
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Customizing your CLIÉ™
handheld (Preferences)
What you can do with
Preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Setting the Bluetooth™ function
(for Bluetooth™ built-in models
only). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Turning the Bluetooth™ function
on or off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Viewing/Customizing Bluetooth™
information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Displaying/Deleting the information
of target Bluetooth™ compatible
devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Assigning applications to application
buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Customizing the full-screen
pen stroke activities . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Assigning applications to HotSync
buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Adding/Changing communication
device preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Setting up the Date & Time
preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Setting the date . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Setting the time . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Setting the time zone and daylight
saving time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Adjusting the Digitizer . . . . . . . . . . 86
Setting the display format of the time,
date, and numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Selecting a regional default. . . . 87
Customizing your own settings
for each unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Setting the automatic power-off
time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Setting sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Turning the Alarm LED on or off. . . 90
Turning the Beam Receive feature on or
off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Changing the Network
preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Selecting a service template . . . . 92
Entering a user name. . . . . . . . . 93
Entering a password . . . . . . . . . 93
Selecting a connection . . . . . . . . 94
Adding detailed information to
a service template . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Creating additional service
templates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Creating log-in scripts . . . . . . . . 97
Using the Network preferences
menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Creating Graffiti® ShortCuts . . . . . 101
Exchanging and updating
files/data using the
HotSync® operation (Other
HotSync® operations)
Customizing HotSync® application
settings (Conduit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Synchronizing with external data
(File Link) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Customizing HotSync® Manager
startup and HotSync® setup
options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Performing the IR HotSync®
operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Performing the HotSync® operation
using the Bluetooth™ function
(for Bluetooth™ built-in models
only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Performing the HotSync® operation
via a modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Performing the HotSync® operation
via a network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Performing the HotSync® operation
via LAN (LANSync) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
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Using storage media such
as “Memory Stick™” media
Using storage media such as “Memory
Stick™” media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
The type of storage media you can
use with your CLIÉ handheld. . 128
Using “Memory Stick”
media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Protecting the files/data on
“Memory Stick” media . . . . . . 130
Starting an application on storage
media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Viewing information of storage
media (Card Info) . . . . . . . . . . 132
Assigning a name to storage
media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Formatting storage media. . . . 134
Exchanging files/data via storage
media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Starting CLIE Files . . . . . . . . . . 136
Copying your CLIÉ handheld
files/data to storage media . . . 138
Copying files/data on storage media
to your CLIÉ handheld . . . . . . 141
Deleting files/data on storage
media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
Extracting a Zip file . . . . . . . . . 144
CLIE Files menu items . . . . . . . 147
Exchanging files/data without using
CLIE Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Notes on starting applications from
storage media. . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Beaming
Beaming between your CLIÉ
handheld and another Palm OS®
PDA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
What you can do with
beaming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Beaming information . . . . . . . . 152
Using the Bluetooth™
function
(for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
Exchanging files/data using the
Bluetooth™ function. . . . . . . . . . . 156
What you can do with the
Bluetooth™ function . . . . . . . . 156
Sending files/data, such as image
files or Date Book data, to another
CLIÉ handheld with the built-in
Bluetooth™ function or
Bluetooth™ Module
(optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Performing the wireless HotSync®
operation with a computer . . . 158
Connecting to the Internet by
communicating with a Bluetooth™
compatible mobile phone . . . . . . . 159
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Using the Calculator and
finding records
Using the Calculator (Calc) . . . . . . 166
Calculating with the Calculator 166
The functions of the Calculator
buttons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
Using the Calculator menus . . 168
Finding records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Using the Find option . . . . . . . 169
Backing up your CLIÉ™
handheld data and
applications
Backing up your CLIÉ™ handheld
data and applications . . . . . . . . . . 172
Backing up data and applications to
your computer with the HotSync®
operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Backing up data and applications to
“Memory Stick” media using
Memory Stick Backup . . . . . . . 173
Enhancing features with
add-on applications
Enhancing features with add-on
applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186
Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
Installing from your
computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
Installing applications on storage
media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
Installing from the Internet. . . . 189
Deleting installed add-on
applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
Transferring data from
another CLIÉ™ handheld
Transferring data from another CLIÉ™
handheld. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193
Transferring data using the Palm™
Desktop for CLIÉ software . . . . 193
INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196
Protecting your data with a
password
Entering personal information . . . 177
Locking your CLIÉ handheld with a
password (Data protection). . . . . . 179
Turning off your CLIÉ handheld
after locking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
Setting your CLIÉ handheld to be
locked automatically . . . . . . . . 181
Protecting data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Assigning a password . . . . . . . 182
Changing or deleting a
password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183
Hiding or masking private
data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
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CLIÉ™ handheld basic
operations
This chapter explains the basic operations of your
CLIÉ handheld such as using the stylus and the
Jog Dial™ navigator, locating components and
starting applications.
The chapter also gives an overview of menus that
are common to applications and explains how to
select character fonts.
Basic operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting an application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using CLIE Launcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Palm OS® standard screen . . . . . . . .
Changing fonts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Common menu items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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14
17
28
38
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Basic operations
Operating using the stylus and the Jog Dial™ navigator.
Using the stylus
What is a stylus?
A stylus is a pen for operating your CLIÉ
handheld by directly touching the screen.
Tip
Where is the stylus located?
The stylus is stored in your CLIÉ handheld.
The exact storage location varies depending on your model.
b For details, refer to “CLIÉ™ handheld components” in the “Read
This First (Operating Instructions).”
Note
To prevent losing the stylus, always put it back in its holder on your
CLIÉ handheld after use.
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Basic operations
You can operate your CLIÉ handheld using the stylus in the
following ways.
Tapping
Lightly pressing the required item on the
screen with the stylus is called “Tapping.”
When entering text with the on-screen
keyboard or starting an application, “tap”
the desired button or icon with the stylus.
Dragging
Touching the required item on the screen
with the stylus and moving it along the
screen surface is called “Dragging.”
Just as you “drag” the mouse on your
computer, use the stylus to “drag” the
scroll bar to scroll the screen, or “drag”
characters to highlight them.
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Basic operations
Using the Jog Dial™ navigator
What is the Jog Dial™
navigator?
Your CLIÉ handheld is equipped with a
Jog Dial™ navigator, located at the left
side of your CLIÉ handheld. This enables
you to perform major operations onehanded without the stylus.
Rotating the Jog Dial™ navigator
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to find
the application you want to start.
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Basic operations
Pressing the Jog Dial™ navigator
Press the Jog Dial™ navigator to select an
item or to start a selected application.
Note
The operations you can perform by using the Jog Dial™ navigator vary
depending on the application.
b For details on the operations of each application, refer to the “CLIÉ
Application Manual” installed on your computer.
Tip
Rotating while pressing the Jog Dial™ navigator
In some applications, operations are executed by pressing and rotating
the Jog Dial™ navigator.
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Starting an application
Software that you can use on your CLIÉ handheld to execute a
task, such as Date Book, To Do List, or e-mail software, is
called an “application.” You need to start an application to
operate your CLIÉ handheld.
Note
For details on starting applications on “Memory Stick”
media or CF compatible memory card (referred to as
storage media), refer to page 131.
There may be some system limitations when starting applications on a
storage media in the Application Launcher screen.
Tip
What is the Application Launcher screen?
The screen displayed when you turn on your CLIÉ handheld or tap the
Home
icon, is called the Application Launcher screen.
The screen specific to the CLIÉ handheld, CLIE Launcher, is
displayed by default.
Starting an application in the Application Launcher
screen (CLIE Launcher)
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
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Starting an application
2
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select an
application icon and press the Jog Dial™
navigator to start the application.
Tip
You can also tap an application icon in the CLIE Launcher screen to
start the application.
Quitting an application
You do not need to save data manually on the CLIÉ handheld as
you do with the computer.
All the changes in the application that you are working on are
automatically saved, and the last screen you worked on is
displayed when you restart the application.
Display the CLIE Launcher screen to switch to another
application while you are working on an application.
You can select one of two methods to display the CLIE Launcher
screen as follows.
Return to the CLIE Launcher screen by
tapping the Home
icon.
Return to the CLIE Launcher screen by
pressing and holding the BACK button.
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Starting an application
Tip
You can switch an application to another application by pressing the
Application button.
Note
For some applications, you need to save data manually.
b For details, refer to the “CLIÉ Application Manual” installed on
your computer.
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Using CLIE Launcher
Locating the components
Tip
Tap the Home
displayed.
icon to display the CLIE Launcher screen if it is not
A CLIE Launcher group list (page 18)
Displays the list of the CLIE Launcher groups.
B Favorite Applications (shortcuts) (page 22)
You can create shortcuts to frequently used applications.
C Application manager icons (page 24)
You can manage your applications by tapping these icons.
Additional functions will be added to manager icons when
you install certain applications.
D Application icon list
Displays application names and icons.
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Using CLIE Launcher
CLIE Launcher group
You can organize applications by grouping them.
Note
Applications on storage media cannot be grouped.
Editing groups
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Select Edit CLIE Launcher Group from the
CLIE Launcher menu.
The CLIE Launcher Group setting screen is displayed.
Note
CLIE Launcher groups differ from Palm OS® standard
screen categories.
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Using CLIE Launcher
4
Select a group to edit and tap Edit.
The CLIE Launcher Group screen is displayed.
Name: You can rename groups.
Ordering applications listed: Select an application and
tap Up or Down to reposition applications in the CLIE
Launcher screen.
Adding applications: Tap Add to display the list and
select an application to add.
Removing applications: Select an application to be
removed and tap Remove. Applications removed will be
listed in the Unfiled group.
Note
The Unfiled group cannot be renamed.
5
Tap Done.
The CLIE Launcher Group setting screen is displayed.
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Using CLIE Launcher
6
Tap Done.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
Tip
When the Use Drag&Drop check box on the CLIE Launcher
Preferences screen (page 27) is on, you can add an application to a
group by dragging its icon and dropping it in the group on the CLIE
Launcher screen.
Ordering listed groups
1
Select a group on the CLIE Launcher Group
setting screen.
2
Tap Up or Down.
The order of listed groups in the CLIE Launcher screen is
changed.
Creating a new group
1
Tap New on the CLIE Launcher Group setting
screen.
2
Enter a new group name and then tap OK.
Note
Groups that do not include an application are not listed in the main
screen.
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Using CLIE Launcher
Deleting a group
1
Select a group you want to delete and tap
Delete on the CLIE Launcher Group setting
screen.
If the group to be deleted includes any applications, the
Delete CLIE Launcher Group dialog box will be
displayed. In the dialog box, tap Yes to delete the group.
The applications included in the deleted group will be listed
in the Unfiled group.
Note
You cannot delete the Unfiled group.
Selecting a group
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
2
Press the BACK button.
You can now perform operations on the CLIE Launcher
Group List screen with the Jog Dial™ navigator.
3
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select a group.
The application icon at the top of the list in the group will be
highlighted.
If you press the Jog Dial™ navigator, the application icon at
the top of the list is selected.
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Using CLIE Launcher
Tips
• Applications saved on storage media will be listed in the Card
group.
• You can select the next group by tapping the Home
icon.
You can also tap the F/f icon or group names on the screen to
select a group.
Using Favorite Applications (shortcuts)
You can create a Favorite Application (shortcut) to frequently
used applications.
Note
You cannot create a Favorite Application (shortcut) for an application
on storage media.
Creating a Favorite Application (shortcut)
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Select Edit Favorite Applications from the
CLIE Launcher menu.
The Favorite Application screen is displayed.
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Using CLIE Launcher
Tip
You can also tap the empty Favorite Application (shortcut) area on
the CLIE Launcher screen to display the Favorite
Application screen.
4
Tap a Favorite Application (shortcut) number
that you want to assign to an application.
The list of applications is displayed. Tap the application
name to create a Favorite Application (shortcut).
5
Tap Done.
Note
When you delete an application that is saved as a shortcut, the shortcut
is also automatically deleted from the Favorite Application list.
Tip
When the Use Drag&Drop check box on the CLIE Launcher
Preferences screen (page 27) is on, you can create a Favorite
Application (shortcut) for an application by dragging its icon and
dropping it in the empty shortcut area.
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Using CLIE Launcher
To delete a Favorite Application (shortcut)
In step 4, tap a Favorite Application (shortcut) number that you
want to delete and select (None) at the top of the list.
Tip
When the Use Drag&Drop check box on the CLIE Launcher
Preferences screen (page 27) is on, you can delete a Favorite
Application (shortcut) for an application by dragging its icon and
dropping it in
at the top right of the screen.
Application manager icon
You can manage your applications with the application manager
icons.
The following icons are featured as standard functions:
: Transferring applications
Displays Beam dialog box (page 151) or Send dialog
box* (page 156).
: Displaying application information (page 25)
: Deleting applications (page 190)
* for Bluetooth™ built-in models only
Tips
• Additional functions will be added to manager icons when you install
certain applications.
• When the Use Drag&Drop check box on the CLIE Launcher
Preferences screen (page 27) is on, you can manage an
application by dragging its icon and dropping it in each application
manager icon.
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Using CLIE Launcher
Displaying information about applications
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
2
Tap
.
The list of applications is displayed.
3
Tap an application name whose information
you want to display.
The CLIE Launcher Info screen is displayed.
Tap OK to close the screen.
Tip
When the Use Drag&Drop check box on the CLIE Launcher
Preferences screen (page 27) is on, you can also display information
about an application by dragging its icon and dropping it in
at the
top right of the CLIE Launcher screen.
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Using CLIE Launcher
Editing a description
Tap Edit to display the Edit Description screen and enter
the new description.
OK button: Changes to the description entered.
Cancel button: Cancels the description entered.
Default button: Restores the default description.
Menu List
The following list describes the functions of each menu in the
CLIE Launcher screen.
Menus in the CLIE Launcher screen
Delete…
Beam…
Send…*
Deletes an application (page 190).
Sends an application or data to another Palm
OS PDA device via the IR port (page 151).
Bluetooth: Sends an application or data to
another Bluetooth™ compliant
Palm OS PDA device by wireless
communication (page 156).
SMS:
Sends messages via a connected
GSM wireless device, such as a
mobile phone.
Note
Applications and data cannot be
sent by SMS.
Edit CLIE Launcher Edits a group of applications (page 18).
Group
Edit Favorite
Creates a shortcut to an application (page 22).
Applications
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Using CLIE Launcher
Info…
Copy…
Displays the version, memory size, and the
number of records of an application.
Copies an application.
* for Bluetooth™ built-in models only
Options menu in the CLIE Launcher screen
Preferences…
Makes settings for the CLIE Launcher screen.
Show Expansion Cards
Check the box to display the applications on
the storage media. (Default: On)
Display Animation
Check the box to adjust on-screen motion
such as the scrolling operation. (Default: On)
Use Drag&Drop
Check the box to enable the Drag&Drop
function. (Default: Off)
Use Beam Icon To Beam Only
(available only when there is a
communication facility other than beaming)
Check the box to display the Beam screen
automatically when you tap the Beam icon.
(Default: Off)
Go To Standard
View
About
Applications
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Display
Icon: Displays a simple description for any
application.
Icon (Small): Displays a simple description
for a selected application.
(Default: Icon)
Switches to the Palm OS standard screen
(page 28).
Displays version information of the
application.
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Switching to the Palm OS® standard screen
Your CLIÉ handheld is initially set to display the CLIE
Launcher screen when you tap the Home
icon. To switch to
the Palm OS standard screen, follow the procedure below.
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Go To Standard View from the Options
menu.
The screen will be switched to the Palm OS standard screen.
Tap to display
menus.
Tap to select a
category to be
displayed.
Tip
You can display categories in sequence by tapping the Home
icon.
Note
Palm OS standard screen categories differ from
CLIE Launcher groups.
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Switching to the CLIE Launcher screen
1
Tap the Home
icon.
Tap the Menu
icon.
The Palm OS® standard screen is displayed.
2
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Go To CLIE Launcher View from the
Options menu.
The screen is switched to the CLIE Launcher screen.
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Starting an application
Note
For details on starting applications on storage media, refer
to page 131.
There may be some system limitations when starting applications on
storage media in the Application Launcher screen.
Starting an application with the Jog Dial™
navigator
1
Tap the Home
The Palm
2
OS®
icon.
standard screen is displayed.
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the
application you want to start, and then press
the Jog Dial™ navigator.
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Changing the preferences of the start-up
screen for the Jog Dial™ navigator
operation
Set the preferences so that rotating the Jog Dial™ navigator
displays a list of applications on the left side of the screen.
1
Tap the Menu
icon on the Palm OS®
standard screen.
The menu is displayed.
2
Tap Preferences from the Options menu.
The Preferences screen is displayed.
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
3
Tap the arrow V next to Jog Select and select
PopUp.
4
Tap OK.
When the Jog Dial™ navigator is rotated, the list of
applications is automatically displayed on the left of the
screen.
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Starting an application by tapping an
application icon
1
Tap the Home
2
Tap the icon of the application you want to
start.
icon.
The Palm OS® standard screen is displayed.
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Changing the display style of the Palm OS®
standard screen
On the Palm OS standard screen, you can display applications in
the list format or in the small-icon format. You can also choose
to display your favorite category or last-used application when
the Palm OS standard screen is displayed.
1
Tap the Home
®
icon.
The Palm OS standard screen is displayed.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Preferences from the Options menu.
4
Tap the arrow V to the right of View By and
select List, List (Small) or Icon (Small).
5
Tap OK.
List view
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Icon (Small) view
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Setting to display the last-opened category
or the last-used application when the Palm
OS standard screen is displayed
1
Tap the Home
®
icon.
The Palm OS standard screen is displayed.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Preferences from the Options menu.
4
Tap the Remember Last Category check box
or Remember Last Used App check box, to
select your preference.
The check boxes are marked by the default setting.
5
Tap OK.
Note
Applications are not recognized as the last-used applications and
categories in the following cases:
• Pressing an application button to start an application or category.
• Switching the screen from Palm OS standard view to
CLIE Launcher view.
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Displaying applications by category
You can choose to display applications by category.
Categorizing applications
1
Tap the Home
®
icon.
The Palm OS standard screen is displayed.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Category from the Application menu.
4
Tap the arrow V next to each application and
select the category.
Note
To create a new category, tap the arrow V at the top right of the
Application Launcher screen, and then tap Edit Categories to
open the Edit Categories dialog box.
Tap New, enter a category name, and tap OK. Tap OK
again when the new category is added.
5
Tap Done.
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Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Displaying applications by category
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The Palm OS® standard screen is displayed.
2
Perform either of the following operations.
• Repeatedly tap the Home
icon or repeatedly press the
Jog Dial™ navigator to display the categories in sequence.
• Tap the arrow V at the top right of the screen and select the
category you want to display.
Tip
If you select All, all applications are displayed on the Palm OS
standard screen.
It is useful to select All when you start an application with the Jog
Dial™ navigator.
Note
CLIE Launcher groups differ from Palm OS® standard
screen categories.
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Changing fonts
You can change the font style in applications such as Date
Book or Address Book according to your preferences. A
font style can be assigned to each application.
1
Start an application whose font style you want
to change.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Font from the Options menu.
The Select Font dialog box is displayed.
4
Tap the font style you want to use.
5
Tap OK.
The text in the application is displayed in the font style you
selected.
Note
Font style cannot be changed for some applications.
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Common menu items
The following list describes functions that are common for the
CLIÉ handheld applications such as Date Book, Address
Book, To Do List, and Memo Pad.
To display the menu, tap the Menu
icon while starting the
application.
For menu items that are specific to an application, refer to the
descriptions of menus for each application.
Note
Some menus may not be displayed depending on the display style.
Edit Menu
Undo
Reverses the action of the last edit command.
For example, if you used Cut to remove text,
Undo restores the text you removed.
Cut
Removes the selected text and stores it
temporarily in the memory of your CLIÉ
handheld. You can paste the text you cut into
another area of the current application or into
other applications.
Copy
Copies the selected text and stores it
temporarily in the memory of your CLIÉ
handheld. You can paste the text you copied
into another area of the current application or
into other applications.
Paste
Inserts the text that you cut or copied at the
selected point. If you did not previously cut or
copy text, paste has no effect.
Select All
Selects all of the text in the current record or
screen. This function enables you to cut or
copy all of the text and paste it at the selected
point.
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Common menu items
Keyboard
Opens the on-screen keyboard.
Graffiti Help
Opens the list of Graffiti® character strokes.
You can view a stroke for a character as
needed.
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Entering text on
your CLIÉ™
handheld
This chapter explains how to enter text on your
CLIÉ handheld.
Entering text on your CLIÉ™ handheld . . . . . . .
Selecting a handwriting input system . . . . . . . .
Using Graffiti® writing to enter text . . . . . . . . .
Using Decuma Input to enter text . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the on-screen keyboard to enter text . . . .
42
43
44
56
60
Entering text on your CLIÉ™ handheld
You can enter text by following methods other than the hardware
keyboard.
Handwriting input system
Graffiti® (page 44)
Enter text using the freehand input
characters, called Graffiti. Once
you get used to entering text using
Graffiti, it is much faster than
entering text with the on-screen
keyboard.
Decuma Input (page 56)
Decuma Input converts your
handwriting into typed text and can
be used to input text with any
application. Simply write in the
input area in the lower part of the
screen. The interpretation of your
handwriting appears in the same
place as you wrote.
Aa
1@*
Space
?
On-screen keyboard
(Input panel) (page 60)
Enter text by tapping the keyboard
displayed on the screen.
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Selecting a handwriting input system
You can select your favorite handwriting input method:
Graffiti® writing or Decuma Input. Your CLIÉ handheld
displays the Graffiti® writing as the default setting.
1
Tap the
icon on the status bar.
The Silk Plug-In dialog box is displayed.
Tip
You can drag the stylus from left to right on the status bar to switch
the Silk Screen area.
For details, refer to the Silk Plug-In Help by tapping the
icon in the Silk Plug-In screen.
2
Select handwriting input system.
When you want to use Graffiti® writing
(pages 44-55)
Tap StandardInput, then tap OK.
When you want to use Decuma Input
(pages 56-59)
Tap Decuma Input, then tap OK.
Aa
1@*
Space
?
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
This section describes the procedures for creating letters,
numbers, punctuations marks and symbols, and teaches you
some Graffiti® tips and tricks.
What is Graffiti writing?
Most people find they can enter text quickly and accurately with
only minutes of practice. Graffiti writing includes any character
you can type on a standard keyboard. The Graffiti strokes closely
resemble the upper case letters of the regular alphabet, which
makes Graffiti writing easy to learn.
( Graffiti writing examples
A, B, C, D, E)
Entering characters with a single stroke
Most characters require only a single stroke. When you lift the
stylus from the Graffiti writing area, your CLIÉ handheld
recognizes and displays the text character immediately.
To allow you to write an entire character with a single stroke,
some Graffiti strokes are just portions of the regular alphabet
equivalents.
The dot on each shape shows where to begin the
stroke
Certain characters have similar shapes, but different beginning
and end points. Always begin the stroke from the dot.
Lift stylus here
Start stroke from dot
Note
You do not need to create the dot; it is only shown in this manual to
illustrate where to begin the stroke.
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
The areas for writing letters and numbers are
different
The Graffiti writing area is divided into two parts: one for
writing the letters of the alphabet and one for writing numbers.
Write letters
here
Write numbers
here
Division marks
Graffiti character list
Alphabet
A
J
B
K
C
L
D
M
E
N
F
O
G
P
H
Q
I
R
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
S
W
T
X
U
Y
V
Z
Numbers
0
5
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
Keyboard symbols
Space
Period
Back Space
Shift
Carriage
Return
Caps
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46
Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
Writing capital letters
Shift to caps to make capital letters with the same stroke shapes
as the basic alphabet characters.
• To draw the first letter of a word as a capital letter
Use the Caps Shift stroke .
Caps Shift
To return to lower case, use the BackSpace stroke
.
Note
When you create a new sentence or a new record (by tapping New
or a blank line), the first letter is automatically capitalized.
• To enter only capital letters (Caps Lock)
Use the Caps Lock stroke
.
Caps Lock
To return to lower case, use the Caps Shift stroke .
Writing punctuation marks
Tap once on the Graffiti writing area to activate Punctuation
Shift. The next stroke you make anywhere in the Graffiti area
(the letters or numbers side) creates a punctuation mark.
Punctuation Shift
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
(.) Period
(—) Dash
(,) Comma
( ( ) Left
parenthesis
( ) ) Right
parenthesis
(’) Apostrophe
(?) Question
(/) Slash
(!) Exclamation
($) Dollar
(@) At
(\) Back slash
(#) Number
({) Left brace
(%) Percent
(}) Right brace
(^) Circumflex
([) Left square
bracket
(]) Right square
bracket
(&) Ampersand
(*) Asterisk
(-) Swung dash
(<) Left angle
bracket
(>) Right angle
bracket
(\) Grave accent
(_) Under bar
(:) Colon
( ) Ditto
Tab
"
(;) Semicolon
To undo punctuation shift
Enter
(Back Space).
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
Writing symbols and extended characters
Make a Symbol Shift stroke
on the Graffiti writing area to
activate Symbol Shift. The next stroke you make creates a
symbol or extended character.
Symbol Shift
(•) Bullet
x
(™) Trademark
÷
(®) Registered
=
(©) Copyrighted
(¢) Cent
(‘) Left single
quotation mark
(’) Right single
quotation mark
(“) Left double
quotation mark
(”) Right double
quotation mark
(¥) Yen
(§) Section
¡
(°) Degree
ß
+
µ
–
ƒ
(£) Pound
( ) Euro
¿
ø
To undo symbol shift mode
Enter
(Back Space).
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
Writing accented characters and nonEnglish characters
To create accented characters, draw the stroke normally used to
create the letter, followed by an accent stroke. Graffiti writing
then adds the accent to the letter.
To enter “é,” for example, draw
and then
.
àèìòù
á é í ó ú ý
âêîôû
ãõñ
äïöüÿ
å
To write non-English characters
You can write the following characters without any special
punctuation or shifting:
ç
æ
Note
You must write these non-English characters on the left-hand
side of the Graffiti writing area.
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
Displaying the Graffiti on-screen help
Drag the stylus from the writing area to the top of the screen.
Graffiti Help opens a series of screens that show the complete
Graffiti character set.
Entering text
To enter text, you will need software (an application) that is
compatible with your CLIÉ handheld. Follow the steps below to
enter text using Date Book.
1
Tap the Date Book
Launcher screen.
icon on the Application
Date Book starts. Today's schedule is displayed.
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
2
Tap the time line in the Date Book screen.
3
Use the tables on the previous pages to find the
stroke shape for the letter you want to create.
There are two different stroke shapes available for some
letters. For those letters, choose the one that is easier for you.
You use the same shape to create both the upper case and
lower case version of a letter.
4
Position the stylus on the left-hand side of the
Graffiti writing area. Start your stroke at the
dot and draw the stroke shape as it appears in
the tables.
Position the stylus
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5
Lift the stylus from the screen at the end of the
stroke shape.
When you lift the stylus from the screen, your CLIÉ
handheld recognizes your stroke immediately and prints the
letter at the insertion point on the screen.
As soon as you lift the stylus from the screen, you can begin
the stroke for the next character you want to write.
Note
You must begin the character strokes in the Graffiti writing area. If
you do not make Graffiti strokes in the Graffiti writing area, your
CLIÉ handheld does not recognize them as text characters.
Notes on writing Graffiti characters
• Recognition accuracy improves when you write large
characters. You should draw strokes that nearly fill the Graffiti
writing area.
• Write at natural speed. Writing too slowly can generate
recognition errors.
• Do not write on a slant. Vertical strokes should be parallel to
the sides of the Graffiti writing area.
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
Using Navigation strokes and shortcuts
You can navigate within the fields of your application and also
quickly enter frequently used symbols, by entering the
navigation strokes and shortcuts with Graffiti.
Using navigation strokes
Move cursor right
Move cursor left
Copy or delete data
(depending on your settings)
Go to the previous field (Address Book only)
Go to the next field (Address Book only)
Open Address Record (Address Book only)
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Using Graffiti® writing to enter text
Using Shortcuts
There are four types of Graffiti Shortcut.
To use a Shortcut, draw the Shortcut stroke followed by the
Shortcut characters.
When you draw the Shortcut stroke, the Shortcut symbol appears
at the insertion point to show that you are in Shortcut mode.
The following are the Graffiti Shortcuts that are registered on
your CLIÉ handheld:
Date stamp
ds
Breakfast
br
Time stamp
ts
Lunch
lu
Date/time stamps
dts
Dinner
di
Meeting
me
For example, when you enter “dts” using the Graffiti Shortcut,
you can enter the current date and time.
b
b
b
Tip
You can also create your own Shortcuts (page 101).
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Using Decuma Input to enter text
Decuma Input converts your handwriting into typed text and can
be used to input text with any application. Simply write in the
input area in the lower part of the screen. The interpretation of
your handwriting appears in the same place as you wrote.
Entering text
To enter text, you will need software (an application) that is
compatible with your CLIÉ handheld. Follow the steps below to
practice entering text using Date Book.
1
Tap the Date Book
Launcher screen.
icon on the Application
Date Book starts. Today's schedule is displayed.
2
Tap the time line on the Date Book screen.
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Using Decuma Input to enter text
3
Write on the baseline of the input area.
Aa
1@*
Space
?
Tip
Write as you normally would.
4
Tap the
icon at the end of the baseline.
The typed text is inserted in the Date Book screen.
Aa
1@*
Space
?
Tip
The input text is also inserted in the Date Book screen when you
place the stylus before the arrow at the start of the baseline.
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Using Decuma Input to enter text
The areas for writing letters and numbers
are different
Your handwriting can be recognized in two different modes: as
general characters and as numbers and special characters.
Aa
1@*
Space
Aa
?
General characters mode
1@*
Space
?
Numbers and special
characters mode
Other input operations
, : Moves the cursor
: Inserts a space
: Deletes the last character
: Starts a new line behind the cursor
? : Displays the Decuma Latin help screen
Space
Tip
You can drag the stylus from the Decuma Input area to the top of the
screen, to display the Decuma Latin help screen.
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Using Decuma Input to enter text
Changing the Decuma Input settings
1
Tap the Decuma
Launcher screen.
icon on the Application
The Decuma screen is displayed.
Shortcuts:
Defines shortcuts for lengthy text that you write frequently.
Personalize:
Edits the Decuma alphabet to adjust individual characters for
improved recognition.
Settings:
Customizes Decuma Input’s features.
Info:
Displays the version of Decuma Input on your CLIÉ
handheld.
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Using the on-screen keyboard to enter
text
You can enter text using the stylus of your CLIÉ handheld.
Entering text
To enter text, you will need software (an application) that is
compatible with your CLIÉ handheld. Follow the steps below to
practice entering text using Date Book.
1
Tap the Date Book
Launcher screen.
icon on the Application
Date Book starts. Today's schedule is displayed.
2
Tap the time line on the Date Book screen.
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Using the on-screen keyboard to enter text
3
Tap “a” to open the alphabetic keyboard, or
tap “1” to open the numeric keyboard.
The selected keyboard is displayed.
Tap here for the
numeric keyboard
Tap here for the
alphabetic
keyboard
Tab
Alphabetic
Back Space
Caps lock
Carriage return
Caps shift Tap here to display alphabetic keyboard
Numeric
International
Tap here to display the
numeric keyboard
Tap here to display the
international keyboard
4
Select the required keyboard and tap the
characters to enter text and numbers.
You can use the on-screen keyboard in the same way as your
computer’s keyboard. To enter a capital letter, tap “cap” and
then tap the character button. To delete a character, tap <.
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Using the on-screen keyboard to enter text
5
When you have finished, tap Done to close the
on-screen keyboard and place the text in the
record.
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Exchanging and
updating files/data
using the HotSync®
operation
This chapter explains how to perform the
HotSync® operation with your computer.
What is the HotSync® operation?. . . . . . . . . . . 64
Performing the HotSync® operation . . . . . . . . . 66
Using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software . . . 68
What is the HotSync® operation?
The HotSync® operation is a one-step operation that enables you
to synchronize files/data between your CLIÉ handheld and your
computer. With just one press of the HotSync button, you can
synchronize your CLIÉ handheld application files/data with the
Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software files/data on your computer,
back up the files/data of your CLIÉ handheld on your computer,
and install add-on applications.
1 Synchronizing the files/data between your CLIÉ
handheld and your computer
Synchronizes the data of Date Book, Address
Book, To Do List, and Memo Pad between your
CLIÉ handheld and your computer. You can manage the
files/data of multiple CLIÉ handhelds separately using
the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software.
2 Saving backup data or applications on your
computer
Automatically creates a backup of the data or
applications currently held in your CLIÉ handheld to
your computer. If you delete data or applications by
accident, if data or applications are lost by a sudden
battery shut-off, or if you need to perform a hard reset,
the HotSync® operation allows you to restore the data or
applications using the backup data or applications on
your computer.
For details on backing up data and applications, refer to
page 172.
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What is the HotSync® operation?
Tip
You can save a backup of the data or applications currently
held in your CLIÉ handheld onto “Memory Stick” media. For
details, refer to “Backing up data and applications to “Memory
Stick” media using Memory Stick Backup” (page 173).
3 Using the files/data created in Microsoft®
Windows® applications in your CLIÉ handheld
Imports or exports the files/data between a Windows
software on your computer and your CLIÉ handheld.
The compatible file formats that you can import/
export to the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
• Comma/Tab delimited (*.csv, *.txt, *.tab, *.tsv)
• Text file (*.txt)
• vCal (Date Book) file (*.vcs)
• vCard (Address) file (*.vcf)
• Date Book archive of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
(*.dba)
• Address Book archive of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ
software (*.aba)
• To Do List archive of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
(*.tda)
• Memo Pad archive of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
(*.mpa)
* The words in parentheses are file extensions. Archive is a unit that
gathers associated files.
b For details on importing/exporting files/data, refer to the online
help of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software.
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Performing the HotSync® operation
To perform the HotSync® operation, the Palm™ Desktop for
CLIÉ software must be installed on your computer and the cradle
should be connected to the computer.
b For details on the HotSync® operation, refer to “Using your
CLIÉ™ handheld with your computer” in the “Read This First
(Operating Instructions).”
Performing the HotSync® operation with the cradle
(Local HotSync®)
Performing the HotSync® operation with the cradle is called a
Local HotSync®.
1
Place your CLIÉ handheld in the cradle.
2
Press the HotSync
button on the cradle.
The HotSync® operation starts.
(Location of the HotSync
button may vary
depending on your
model.)
When the HotSync® operation is complete, a message
showing the HotSync® completion is displayed on your
CLIÉ handheld.
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Performing the HotSync® operation
Note
Do not remove your CLIÉ handheld from the cradle until the
HotSync® operation is complete. Also, do not insert or remove
“Memory Stick” media or CF card while the HotSync® operation
is being performed. Otherwise, the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ
software may not finish normally.
If the HotSync® operation does not start
Make sure that the HotSync
icon is displayed in the
Windows task tray.
If the HotSync
icon is not displayed in the task tray, click
Start, select Programs (for Windows XP, select All
Programs), Sony Handheld, and click HotSync
Manager. Check that the HotSync
icon is displayed in the
task tray and press the HotSync
button on the cradle to start
the HotSync® operation.
The message is displayed on your computer screen when the
HotSync® operation starts.
* From this point onwards, where Windows XP Home Edition and
Windows XP Professional are common, they will both be referred to
as Windows XP.
Tip
If you cannot perform a HotSync® operation
Refer to the “Troubleshooting Q&A.”
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Using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ
software
The Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software enables you to view the
data transferred from your CLIÉ handheld by the HotSync®
operation, on your computer.
Additionally, the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software has the
same functions as Date Book, Address Book, To Do
List, and Memo Pad so that you can enter or modify
schedules or address book data on your computer and export data
to your CLIÉ handheld.
Starting the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
1
Double-click the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ icon
on the Windows desktop.
You can also click Start, select Programs (for Windows
XP, select All Programs), Sony Handheld, and click
Palm Desktop for CLIÉ.
The Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software starts.
Tip
To quit the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
Click the close
button at the top right of the screen or select Exit
from the File menu.
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Using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
Locating components of the Palm™ Desktop for
CLIÉ software
A List pane
Displays the records in the current Desktop application.
B Application Launch bar
Click an icon to open the associated application.
C Install icon
Click this icon to display the Install Tool dialog box. You
can install applications onto your CLIÉ handheld with the
HotSync® operation.
b For details, refer to “Installing” on page 187.
D User selector
Displays the user name of the current information.
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Using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
E Record pane
Displays full details of the record that is selected in the List
pane. The information displayed here is the same as that
displayed on your CLIÉ handheld’s Details screen.
Basic operations of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ
software
Click the icon of the application you want to use. The screen
switches to the selected application screen.
Basic operations for each application are the same as those of the
corresponding CLIÉ handheld application.
b For details on operations, refer to the online help of the Palm™
Desktop for CLIÉ software. To display the online help, select
Palm™ Desktop Help from the Help menu.
Tip
Changing the user name of your CLIÉ handheld
1 In the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ window, click
Users from the Tools menu.
The Users dialog box is displayed.
2 Click the user name you want to change and
click Rename.
3 Enter a new user name and click OK.
Your CLIÉ handheld user name is changed at the next
HotSync® operation.
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Using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
When using the Microsoft® Windows® XP operating
system
When you start Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software on your
computer and select Custom, File Link, View Log, or Setup
from the HotSync menu, the configuration window may open
behind the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software window.
In this case, bring the configuration window to the front by
performing one of the following:
– Press the Alt and Tab keys at the same time.
– Click the HotSync
icon at the bottom right of the Windows
task tray.
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Customizing your
CLIÉ™ handheld
(Preferences)
This chapter explains how to customize your CLIÉ handheld
by changing the Preferences settings.
What you can do with Preferences . . . . . . . . . . 73
Setting the Bluetooth™ function (for Bluetooth™
built-in models only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Assigning applications to application
buttons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
Customizing the full-screen pen stroke
activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
Assigning applications to HotSync buttons . . . . 80
Adding/Changing communication device
preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Setting up the Date & Time preferences . . . . . . 83
Adjusting the Digitizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Setting the display format of the time, date, and
numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Setting the automatic power-off time . . . . . . . . 88
Setting sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Turning the Alarm LED on or off . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Turning the Beam Receive feature on or off. . . . 91
Changing the Network preferences. . . . . . . . . . 92
Creating Graffiti® ShortCuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
What you can do with Preferences
The Preferences screen enables you to customize the configuration options
on your CLIÉ handheld.
Setting options may be added by installing new application or software for
peripheral devices.
Settings
Details
Bluetooth
Sets the configuration for the Bluetooth™ function.
b For details, refer to page 75.
(for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
Buttons
Customizes applications assigned to application buttons
and a HotSync button, and the full-screen pen stroke
activities.
b For details, refer to pages 78 to 80.
Connection
Sets the configuration for the communication device.
b For details, refer to page 81.
Date & Time
Sets the current date, time, time zone and daylight saving
configuration.
b For details, refer to page 83.
Digitizer
Calibrates the screen of your CLIÉ handheld.
b For details, refer to page 86.
Formats
Sets the formats for time or date.
b For details, refer to page 87.
General
Sets the general configurations such as system sound,
LED feature* and auto shut-off interval.
(*not available on certain models)
b For details, refer to pages 88 to 91.
Network
Sets the Internet connection configuration.
b For details, refer to page 92.
Owner
Sets the owner information, such as name and phone
number.
b For details, refer to page 177.
ShortCuts
Defines a list of Graffiti® abbreviations.
b For details, refer to page 101.
Tip
For the setting options not mentioned above, refer to the “Read This First (Operating
Instructions).”
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What you can do with Preferences
Displaying the Preferences screen for each menu
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Prefs icon on
the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Preferences screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the Prefs icon to display the Preferences screen.
2
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the screen and select the
Preferences menu you want to configure.
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Setting the Bluetooth™ function
(for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
Note
You cannot use the Bluetooth™ function while the Bluetooth Preferences screen is
displayed.
Turning the Bluetooth™ function on or off
You can turn the Bluetooth™ function on or off.
When you disable the Bluetooth™ function, you cannot send data by the
function but your CLIÉ handheld’s battery is conserved. By default, the
Bluetooth™ function is disabled.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Bluetooth.
The Bluetooth Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap the arrow V next to Bluetooth and select Enabled or
Disabled.
• Enabled: Turns on the Bluetooth™ function. The Bluetooth LED lights up or
blinks.
• Disabled: Turns off the Bluetooth™ function.
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Setting the Bluetooth™ function (for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
Viewing/Customizing Bluetooth™ information
When the Bluetooth™ function is enabled, the following items are displayed
on the Bluetooth Preferences screen:
Device name
You can enter a name for your CLIÉ handheld. A device
name is required for each CLIÉ handheld to be identified.
You can display the name setup window by tapping the
square box.
Allow Device to be
Discovered
Yes: Another Bluetooth™ compatible device detects
your CLIÉ handheld as a target Bluetooth™ compatible
device.
No: Another Bluetooth™ compatible device does not
detect your CLIÉ handheld as a target Bluetooth™
compatible device.
(Default: Yes)
Allow Wake Up
Yes: Another Bluetooth™ compatible device can turn on
your CLIÉ handheld automatically and detect your CLIÉ
handheld as a target Bluetooth™ compatible device when
your CLIÉ handheld is turned off. (The Bluetooth LED
blinks while this feature is enabled.)
No: Another Bluetooth™ compatible device cannot detect
your CLIÉ handheld as a target Bluetooth™ compatible
device when your CLIÉ handheld is turned off.
(Default: No)
Device Address
You can display the device address (identification number
of Bluetooth™ device) of your CLIÉ handheld.
The device address cannot be edited.
You can change your device name cache settings by tapping the Menu
icon on the Bluetooth Preferences screen.
Tap Enable device name cache or Disable device name cache.
Enable device name The list of device names registered on your CLIÉ
cache
handheld is displayed. The most current device names
might not be displayed. (The name list will be updated
after you connect to the Bluetooth™ compatible device.)
Disable device name Another Bluetooth™ compatible device will be detected
cache
whether or not that device name is registered on your
CLIÉ handheld. Discovery will be slower, but the most
current device names will be displayed.
(Default: Enable device name cache)
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Setting the Bluetooth™ function (for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
Displaying/Deleting the information of target Bluetooth™
compatible devices
You can view information of Bluetooth™ compatible devices registered on
your CLIÉ handheld or delete unnecessary information.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Bluetooth.
The Bluetooth Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap Trusted Devices.
The Bluetooth™ compatible devices registered on your CLIÉ handheld
are displayed.
3
Select the device whose information you want to display,
and tap Details….
The Device Details dialog box is displayed.
Tap Done to return to the Trusted Devices screen.
4
To delete the information of the selected device, tap Delete
Device.
When the confirmation dialog box is displayed, tap OK.
5
Tap Done to return to the Bluetooth Preferences screen.
Adding information of target Bluetooth™ compatible
devices
Tap Add Device in the Trusted Devices dialog box and follow the onscreen instructions.
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Assigning applications to application buttons
You can assign your favorite applications to the application buttons on the front
panel of your CLIÉ handheld.
For example, you can assign the Date Book button to start Calculator.
The position of the application buttons varies depending on your model.
b For details, refer to “CLIÉ™ handheld components” in the “Read This First
(Operating Instructions).”
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Buttons.
The Buttons Preferences screen is displayed.
The screen may vary depending on your model.
2
Tap the arrow V next to the icon and select the application
you want to assign.
The application button is changed.
To start the original applications
If you assign another application to a button, you can still start the original
application from the Application Launcher screen.
To reset to default settings
Tap Default in step 2.
All application buttons are reset to their factory settings.
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Customizing the full-screen pen stroke
activities
You can customize the assignment of the full-screen pen stroke.
(Can be performed only when the Silk Screen area is displayed.)
Drag the stylus from the Silk Screen
area to the top on the screen.
The full-screen pen stroke will display the help screen of the input method you
have selected for the Silk Screen area.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Buttons.
2
Tap Pen.
The Pen screen is displayed.
3
Tap the arrow V next to Graffiti Help and select the settings
for the full-screen pen stroke.
Tip
Press the Ctrl key and R key on the keyboard at the same time.
You can also display the Graffiti Help screen for the full-screen pen stroke.
4
Backlight
Turns on the backlight of your CLIÉ handheld without
using the POWER button.
Brightness
Opens the Adjust Brightness screen.
Keyboard
Opens the on-screen keyboard for entering text.
Graffiti Help
Opens a series of screens that show the complete Graffiti
character set.
Turn Off & Lock
Turns off and locks your CLIÉ handheld. To turn on your
CLIÉ handheld when it is locked, you must enter a
password.
b For details, refer to “Protecting your data with a
password” (page 176).
Beam Data
Beams the current record to another Palm OS PDA.
Tap OK.
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Assigning applications to HotSync buttons
You can assign your favorite applications to the HotSync buttons on the cradle
and modem (if a HotSync button is provided).
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Buttons.
2
Tap HotSync.
3
Tap the arrow V next to a button and select the application
you want to assign.
4
Tap OK.
The Buttons Preferences screen is displayed.
You can start the selected application by pressing the HotSync button.
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Adding/Changing communication device
preferences
You can customize the preference for a communication device to be connected
to your CLIÉ handheld. The applications using the communication device will
comply with this preference.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Connection.
2
Tap New.
To change the existing preference, tap the preference you want to change
and Edit.
3
Enter the connection name in Name.
Enter a suitable name.
4
Tap the arrow V next to Connect to and select how you
connect your CLIÉ handheld to your computer.
5
Tap the arrow V next to Via and select what you use to
connect your CLIÉ handheld to your computer.
If you select a modem for Connect to
1 Tap the arrow V next to Dialing and select the type of line you want
to use.
The recommended setting is TouchTone™.
Do not select Rotary unless you are sure that the telephone service
being used is not TouchTone™.
2 Tap the arrow V next to Volume and select the volume of the modem
speaker at the time of connection.
3 Tap Details.
4 Tap the arrow V next to Speed and select the maximum speed for the
transmission between the modem and CLIÉ handheld.
5 Tap the arrow V next to Flow Ctl and select the flow control of the
modem connection.
The recommended setting is Automatic.
6 Enter the modem initialization command in Init String.
By default, it is set to either AT&FX4 or ATZ. If the modem
initialization command is not specified on the modem, changes are not
required.
7 Tap OK.
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Adding/Changing communication device preferences
6
Tap OK.
The configuration for the communication device is changed and the
Preferences screen is displayed.
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Setting up the Date & Time preferences
You can set the date, time, time zone, and daylight savings on/off for your
CLIÉ handheld. After you set the local date and time of your home base, you
can change the displayed time (for example, during business trips) simply by
switching the time zones.
Setting the date
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Date & Time.
The Date & Time Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap Set Date.
The Set Date screen is displayed.
3
Tap the arrow b or B beside the year at the top of the screen
to set the year.
4
Tap the current month.
5
Tap the current date.
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Setting up the Date & Time preferences
Setting the time
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Date & Time.
The Date & Time Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap Set Time.
The Set Time screen is displayed.
3
Tap the arrow V or v to set the hour.
4
Tap the minute box and tap the arrow V or v to set the
minute.
5
Tap AM or PM.
6
Tap OK.
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Setting up the Date & Time preferences
Setting the time zone and daylight saving time
Setting the time zone
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Date & Time.
The Date & Time Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap the Set Time Zone field.
The Set Time Zone screen is displayed.
3
Select the time zone of your region.
4
Tap OK.
Setting the daylight saving time
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Date & Time.
The Date & Time Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap the arrow V next to Daylight Saving.
3
Tap On or Off.
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Adjusting the Digitizer
You need to adjust the digitizer when performing a hard reset, when the tapping
operation or scrolling does not work properly, or when you cannot adjust the
brightness of the backlight or screen contrast.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Digitizer.
The Digitizer calibration screen is displayed.
This Digitizer calibration screen is the same as the screen displayed the
first time you turned on your CLIÉ handheld. Follow the on-screen
instructions to adjust the digitizer.
Tip
Use the stylus perpendicular to the screen to tap targets.
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Setting the display format of the time, date,
and numbers
Selecting a regional default
When you select the region where you use your CLIÉ handheld, the display
format of the time, date, week start day, and numbers are adjusted to the
regional default. For example, in the United Kingdom, time is expressed using
a 24-hour clock; in the United States, time is expressed using a 12-hour clock
with an AM or PM suffix.
The regional default setting is applied to the display formats of all your CLIÉ
handheld applications. However, you can customize your own settings for each
unit, such as time or date.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Formats.
2
Tap the arrow V next to Preset to and select a region name.
Customizing your own settings for each unit
You can customize your own settings for the display formats of the time, date,
week start day, and numbers. The settings are applied to the display formats of
all your CLIÉ handheld applications.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Formats.
2
Tap the arrow V next to Time and select the desired format.
3
Tap the arrow V next to Date and select the desired format.
4
Tap the arrow V next to Week starts and select Sunday or
Monday.
This setting is applied to the Day, Week, Month, and Agenda views in
Date Book and all other applications displaying calendars.
5
Tap the arrow V next to Numbers and select the desired
format.
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Setting the automatic power-off time
Your CLIÉ handheld has an automatic power-off feature that turns off after a
period of inactivity to conserve your CLIÉ handheld battery.
You can adjust the time setting for the automatic power-off feature.
By default, your CLIÉ handheld will turn off after two minutes of inactivity
and will remain on when connected to the cradle.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select General.
The General Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap the arrow V next to Auto-off After and select the
desired time.
You can select 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, or 3 minutes.
3
If you want to leave your CLIÉ handheld turned on while it is
connected to the cradle, tap the Stay on in Cradle check
box.
Note
If you tap Auto Lock Handheld to lock in the Security screen (page 180), the
Stay on in Cradle function is cancelled, and the data protection takes priority.
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Setting sounds
You can adjust the volume level of the system sounds, alarm sounds, and game
sounds, or turn the sound off completely.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select General.
The General Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap the arrow V next to System Sound and select the
desired volume level or Off.
When the System Sound is turned off, the chime tones associated with
the HotSync® operation are also turned off.
3
Tap the arrow V next to Alarm Sound and select the desired
volume level or Off.
4
Tap the arrow V next to Game Sound and select the desired
volume level or Off.
The Game Sound setting is only applied to the games programmed to
respond to this setting.
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Turning the Alarm LED on or off
You can set the CLIÉ handheld to flash its LED at a set time. If you turn the
Alarm Sound off and turn the Alarm LED on, you can use the alarm feature
without disturbing people around you.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select General.
The General Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap the arrow V next to Alarm LED and select On or Off.
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Turning the Beam Receive feature on or off
You can turn on or off the Beam Receive feature.
When you turn off the Beam Receive feature, you cannot receive data via
beaming but your CLIÉ handheld battery is conserved. By default, the Beam
Receive feature is set to On.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select General.
2
Tap the arrow V next to Beam Receive and select On or
Off.
• On: Enables the Beam Receive feature.
• Off: Disables the Beam Receive feature.
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Changing the Network preferences
Note
For the settings specific to a peripheral device, refer to the manual of that device.
Selecting a service template
You can customize the Service setting to select the service template for your
Internet Service Provider or a dial-in server.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Network.
The Network Preferences screen is displayed.
2
Tap the arrow V next to Service and select the service
template (Internet Service Provider name) you want to
use.
Tips
• To add a new service template, select New from the Service menu.
If the Internet Service Provider name you want to use is not displayed in the list,
tap the area showing the service template, or select New from the Service
menu, and enter the new Internet Service Provider name.
You can create multiple service templates for your Internet Service Provider.
You need to name them so that those service templates are uniquely identified,
such as “So-net1” and “So-net2.” This is useful when using your Internet Service
Provider by access point. It is also useful when setting the service template.
• If you want to copy an existing service template without changing, select
Duplicate from the Service menu.
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Changing the Network preferences
Entering a user name
The User Name setting identifies the name you use when you log into your
Internet Service Provider (ISP) or dial-in server.
1
Tap the User Name field on the Network Preferences
screen.
2
Enter your user name.
Notes
• Although this field can contain multiple lines of text, only two lines appear onscreen.
• Most dial-in servers do not accept spaces in the user name.
Entering a password
The Password setting identifies the password you use to log into your server or
ISP. Your entry in this field determines whether your CLIÉ handheld prompts
you to enter a password each time you log into your network:
• If you do not enter a password, your CLIÉ handheld displays the word
-Prompt- in this field and asks you to enter a password during the log-in
procedure.
• If you enter a password, your CLIÉ handheld displays the word
-Assigned- in this field and does not prompt you to enter a password during
the log-in procedure.
Note
If you are concerned about security, select the -Prompt- and do not enter a password.
1
Tap the Password field on the Network Preferences
screen.
2
Enter the password you use to log into your server.
3
Tap OK.
The Password field changes to display the word -Assigned-.
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Changing the Network preferences
Selecting a connection
Use the Connection setting to select the method you want to use to connect to
your Internet Service Provider (ISP) or a dial-in server.
1
Tap the arrow V next to Connection and select Standard
Modem on the Network Preferences screen.
Adding detailed information to a service template
If you are using one of the predefined service templates, you probably only
need to enter your user name and telephone number. If you are creating a new
service template, you may need to provide additional information to your ISP
or dial-in server. Use the Details dialog box to add additional information to
a selected service template.
To select a connection type
1
Tap the Service field on the Network Preferences screen.
2
Tap Details.
The Details screen is displayed.
3
Tap the arrow V next to Connection type and select one of
the following connection types.
• PPP: Point-to-Point Protocol
• SLIP: Serial Line Internet Protocol
• CSLIP: Compressed Serial Line Internet Protocol
Tip
If you are not sure, try PPP; if that doesn't work, ask your Internet Service Provider
(ISP) or your System Administrator for the correct connection type.
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Changing the Network preferences
4
Tap the arrow V next to Idle timeout and select one of the
following options.
• 1 Minute: Waits one minute before dropping the connection when you open
another application that does not use the network.
• 2 Minutes: Waits two minutes.
• 3 Minutes: Waits three minutes.
• Never: Keeps your PPP or SLIP connection open until you turn off your CLIÉ
handheld (or until it times out).
Note that this option will be more costly than others.
5
Tap the Query DNS check box to deselect it.
6
Enter the IP address for the Primary and Secondary DNS
(Domain Naming System).
Ask your ISP or System Administrator for the correct Primary or
Secondary DNS IP numbers.
7
If you need to enter the CLIÉ handheld’s IP Address, tap the
IP Address check box and display a permanent IP address
field beneath the check box.
Normally, you do not need to enter this IP address. If you are not sure,
select Automatic and go to step 9.
8
Enter the CLIÉ handheld’s IP Address.
9
Tap OK.
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Changing the Network preferences
Creating additional service templates
You can create additional service templates from scratch or by duplicating
existing templates and editing the information. After you create a new or
duplicate template, you can add and edit settings.
To duplicate an existing service template
1
Tap the arrow V next to Service and select the predefined
service template you want to duplicate on the Network
Preferences screen.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu screen is displayed.
3
Tap Duplicate from the Service menu.
A copy of the service template (The name of an original service
template + Copy) is added to the drop-down list for the Service field.
To delete a service template
You can delete an existing service template.
1
Tap the arrow V next to Service and select the predefined
service template you want to delete on the Network
Preferences screen.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu screen is displayed.
3
Tap Delete from the Service menu.
The Delete Service dialog box is displayed.
4
Tap OK.
The selected service template is deleted.
To cancel deleting, tap Cancel.
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Changing the Network preferences
Creating log-in scripts
A log-in script is a series of commands that automates logging in to a network
server, such as your corporate network or your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
You can also use non-ASCII characters or literal characters for Log-in Scripts.
b For details, refer to “Non-ASCII Characters for Log-in Scripts” on page 99.
1
Tap the Service field on the Network Preferences screen.
2
Tap Details.
The Details screen is displayed.
3
Tap Script.
The Log-in Script screen is displayed.
4
Tap the arrow V next to End and select one of the following
commands.
If the command requires additional information, a field appears to the right
of it for you to enter the information.
Wait For
Makes your CLIÉ handheld wait for specific characters
from the TCP/IP server before executing the next
command.
Wait For Prompt
Detects a challenge-response prompt coming from the
server and displays the dynamically generated challenge
value. Then enter the challenge value into your token
card, which in turn generates a response value for you to
enter on your CLIÉ handheld. This command takes two
arguments, separated by a vertical bar (|) on the input line.
Send
Transmits specific characters to the TCP/IP server to
which you are connecting.
Send CR
Transmits a carriage return or LF character to the TCP/IP
server to which you are connecting.
Send User ID
Transmits the User ID information entered in the User
ID field of the Network Preferences screen.
Send Password
Transmits the password entered in the Password field
of the Network Preferences screen. If you did not
enter a password, this command prompts you to enter
one. The Password command is usually followed by a
Send CR command.
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Delay
Makes your CLIÉ handheld wait a specific number of
seconds before executing the next command in the log-in
script.
Get IP
Reads an IP address and uses it as the IP address for your
CLIÉ handheld. This command is used with SLIP
connections.
Prompt
Opens a dialog box and prompts you to enter text (for
example, a password or a security code).
End
Identifies the last line in the log-in script.
5
Repeat step 4 until the log-in script is complete.
6
Tap OK.
The Details screen is displayed.
7
Tap OK.
The Network Preferences screen is displayed.
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Changing the Network preferences
Non-ASCII Characters for Log-in Scripts
The following information enables you to create custom log-in scripts that
require non-ASCII characters. It is provided for advanced users who
understand the use and requirements of such characters in a custom log-in
script.
Use of ^char
You may use the caret ( ^ ) to transmit ASCII command characters. If you send
^char, and the ASCII value of character is between @ and _, then the character
is automatically translated to a single-byte value between 0 and 31.
For example, ^M is converted to a carriage return.
If character is a value between A and Z, then the character sequence is
translated to a single-byte value between 1 and 26. If character is any other
value, then the character sequence is not subject to any special processing. For
example, the string “Joe^M” transmits Joe, followed by a carriage return.
Carriage return and line feed
You may include carriage return and line feed commands as part of the log-in
script, when they are entered in the following format.
• <cr> : Sends or receives a carriage return
• <lf> : Sends or receives a line feed
For example, the string “waitfor Joe<cr><lf>” waits to receive Joe followed by
a carriage return and line feed from the remote computer, before executing the
next command in the script.
Literal characters
The backslash ( \ ) character defines that the next character is transmitted as a
literal character, and is not subject to any special processing ordinarily
associated with that character.
Examples:
• \^ : Includes a caret as part of the string
• \< : Includes a < as part of the string
• \ \ : Includes a backslash as part of the string
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Changing the Network preferences
Using the Network preferences menus
This section describes the menu commands specific to network preferences.
For the menu commands that are common for the CLIÉ handheld applications,
refer to “Common menu items” on page 39.
Service menus
New
Creates a new service template.
Delete...
Deletes the current service template.
Duplicate
Duplicates the current service template.
Option menus
View Log
Displays the Network Log screen that lists the history of
your Internet connection.
Tap Done to close the Network Log screen.
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Creating Graffiti® ShortCuts
You can create abbreviations (ShortCuts) for entering text with Graffiti®
strokes.
b For details on using Graffiti® ShortCuts, refer to “Using Shortcuts” on page 55.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select ShortCuts.
2
Tap New.
The ShortCut Entry screen is displayed.
3
Enter the ShortCut name and an abbreviation (character
string).
4
Tap OK.
The new ShortCut is created and the list of ShortCuts is displayed.
To Edit a ShortCut
1
Tap the ShortCut you want to edit and tap Edit.
2
Edit the ShortCut name or the abbreviation (character string)
and tap OK.
To Delete a ShortCut
1
Tap the ShortCut you want to delete and tap Delete.
A confirmation message is displayed.
2
Tap Yes.
The selected ShortCut is deleted.
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Exchanging and
updating files/data
using the HotSync®
operation (Other
HotSync® operations)
This chapter explains how to select HotSync® operating
options and how to perform the HotSync® operation via the
cradle, infrared communications port, or network. Other
advanced HotSync® operations include how to use file link
functions and how to import data from Windows
applications.
Customizing HotSync® application settings
(Conduit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Synchronizing with external data (File Link) . . 105
Customizing HotSync® Manager startup and
HotSync® setup options . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Performing the IR HotSync® operation . . . . . . 107
Performing the HotSync® operation using the
Bluetooth™ function (for Bluetooth™ built-in
models only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Performing the HotSync® operation via
a modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114
Performing the HotSync® operation via
a network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Performing the HotSync® operation via
LAN (LANSync) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Customizing HotSync® application settings
(Conduit)
A program handling the data of an application during the
HotSync® operation is called a “conduit.”
For each application, you can define a set of options that determine how data
is handled during synchronization. By default, the HotSync® operation
synchronizes all files/data between your CLIÉ handheld and the Palm™
Desktop for CLIÉ software.
In addition to the conduits for Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, and
Memo Pad, the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software offers System and Install
conduits. The System conduit backs up the system information stored on your
CLIÉ handheld. The Install conduit installs add-on applications to your CLIÉ
handheld. You can select them as needed.
1
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) and select Custom from the
HotSync® Manager menu.
You can also select Custom from the HotSync menu of the Palm™
Desktop for CLIÉ software.
The Custom dialog box is displayed.
2
Select the user name you are using on your CLIÉ handheld
from the list at the top.
3
Select an application in the Conduit list.
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4
Click Change.
The Change HotSync Action dialog box is displayed.
5
Click to select one of the following:
•
•
•
•
Synchronize the files
Desktop overwrites handheld
Handheld overwrites Desktop
Do nothing
6
Click OK.
7
Repeat steps 2 to 6 to customize conduit settings for other
applications (or other users).
8
Click Done.
The conduit setting is changed.
Notes
• The conduit setting is applied only to the next HotSync® operation. Thereafter, the
HotSync Actions revert to their default settings. To set a new setting as the default, in
step 5, select the Set as default check box.
• To restore the default settings, click Default in the Custom dialog box.
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Synchronizing with external data (File Link)
You can synchronize Address Book or Memo Pad data in your CLIÉ handheld
with external files such as address book data in your computer (File Link).
HotSync® Manager stores the files in your computer in a separate category on
your Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software and your CLIÉ handheld. You can set
the File Link feature to start synchronization only when the external file has
been updated.
Compatible file formats that you can import with File Link:
•
•
•
•
Comma delimited (*.csv)
Memo Pad archive of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software (*.mpa)
Address Book archive of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software (*.aba)
Text file (*.txt)
* The words in parentheses are file extensions. Archive is a unit that gathers
associated files.
b
For details on how to set up File Link, refer to the online help of the Palm™ Desktop
for CLIÉ software.
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Customizing HotSync® Manager startup and
HotSync® setup options
1
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) and select Setup from the
shortcut menu.
The Setup dialog box is displayed.
2
Click the General tab and select the setting as needed.
If you are not sure which option to use, select Always available.
• Always available: Starts the HotSync® Manager when Windows
starts. This allows you to perform a HotSync® operation even when the
Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software is not running.
• Available only when the Palm Desktop is running: Starts the
HotSync® Manager when you start the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ
software.
• Manual: Starts the HotSync® Manager only when you select
HotSync® Manager from the Start menu in Windows.
3
Click the Local tab and adjust the setting for the connection
between the computer and cradle as needed.
• Serial port: Specifies the computer port that is used for a HotSync®
operation. Make sure that the serial port for HotSync® is not shared with
the port for modem.
• Speed: Determines the speed at which files/data are transferred. Try
the As Fast As Possible rate first, and adjust downward if you have
any problems.
4
Click the Modem tab and select the setting for the modem
as needed.
b For details, refer to “Performing the HotSync® operation via a modem” on page
114.
5
Click the Network tab and select the setting for the network
as needed.
6
Click OK to finish.
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Performing the IR HotSync® operation
You can use the IR (infrared) port of your CLIÉ handheld to perform the IR
HotSync® operation with a computer equipped with an IrDA (Infrared Data
Association) IR port. The IR HotSync® operation enables you to perform a
HotSync® operation without using the cradle.
Prior to performing the IR HotSync® operation
Check the following items:
• Your computer is equipped with an infrared port supporting the IrDA
standard.
• The infrared port of your computer is enabled for use with your Windows
operating system.
• Check the port number allocated to the infrared port.
• The infrared port number is available in the Infrared Monitor in the
Control Panel.
For details on the Infrared Monitor, refer to the manual of your computer or
the Windows online help.
Preparing your computer
To perform the IR HotSync® operation, you need to allocate a virtual port to
the IR HotSync® operation.
For Windows 2000 Professional/Windows XP
1
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) and select IR from the shortcut
menu.
IR HotSync® operation is enabled.
For Windows 98 Second Edition/Me
1
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) and check Local Serial from the
shortcut menu.
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2
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) once again and select Setup
from the shortcut menu.
The Setup dialog box is displayed.
3
Click the Local tab.
4
Adjust the following settings as needed.
• Serial port: Specifies a virtual port for an infrared port. If you are not
sure of the connection port, refer to the Infrared Monitor in the
Control Panel.
• Speed: Determines the speed at which files/data are transferred. Try
the As Fast As Possible rate first, and adjust downward if you have
any problems.
5
Tap OK.
The IR HotSync® operation is enabled.
Note
When performing a local HotSync® operation with the cradle, you need to restore the
local HotSync settings.
b For details, refer to “To restore the local HotSync settings” on page 109.
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Performing the IR HotSync® operation
Performing the IR HotSync® operation
You can perform the IR HotSync® operation when you have prepared your
computer settings, CLIÉ handheld settings, and Conduit Setup.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the HotSync icon to display the HotSync screen.
2
Tap Local.
3
Tap the arrow V and select IR to a PC/Handheld.
4
Point the IR port of your CLIÉ handheld directly to the IR port
of the computer.
For best results, your computer and your CLIÉ handheld should be 4 to 8
inches (approximately 10 to 20 centimeters) apart, and the path between
your CLIÉ handheld and the computer must be clear of obstacles.
5
Tap the HotSync
icon.
The HotSync® operation starts.
A message will be displayed when the HotSync® operation is complete.
To restore the local HotSync settings
When performing the local HotSync® operation with the cradle, you need to
restore the local HotSync settings.
1
Connect the cradle to your computer.
2
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) and select Local USB from the
shortcut menu.
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Performing the HotSync® operation using the
Bluetooth™ function (for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
If you are using a Bluetooth™ compatible computer, you can perform a
wireless HotSync® operation between your CLIÉ handheld and computer.
Prior to performing the HotSync® operation using the
Bluetooth™ function
To perform the HotSync® operation between your CLIÉ handheld and
computer using the Bluetooth™ function, you need to configure a new
connection setting for Bluetooth™ to register your computer as a target device.
Preparing your CLIÉ handheld
Note
Prior to performing the following procedure, enable the Bluetooth™ function of your
computer. For details, refer to the manual of your computer.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Connection.
2
Tap New….
3
Enter name.
Enter a unique name for each computer.
Custom is displayed by default.
4
Tap the arrow V next to Connect to and select PC.
5
Tap the arrow V next to Via and select Bluetooth.
6
Tap Tap to discover next to Device.
Your CLIÉ handheld starts to detect Bluetooth™ compatible devices
located within a range of the communication area.
When detection is complete, Bluetooth™ compatible devices around your
CLIÉ handheld are listed.
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Performing the HotSync® operation using the Bluetooth™ function
(for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
Tip
If you have renamed a target Bluetooth™ compatible device registered on your
CLIÉ handheld, the device may be listed in the previous name when you detect
target Bluetooth™ compatible devices.
In this case, follow the procedure below.
1 Tap the Menu
icon on the Bluetooth Preferences screen.
2 Tap Disable device name cache from the Options menu.
3 Detect target Bluetooth™ compatible devices.
7
Select a computer you want to register and tap OK.
The Add Trusted Device dialog box is displayed.
8
Tap Yes.
The Bluetooth Security dialog box is displayed on your CLIÉ
handheld.
9
Enter a passkey and tap OK on your CLIÉ handheld.
The Passkey Input dialog box is displayed on the screen of the selected
computer.
Tip
What is a passkey?
A Passkey is a secret code entered by the user to enable two Bluetooth™
compatible devices to communicate. When the same alphanumeric string is entered
at both devices, communication becomes possible. The Passkey may be changed
for every communication session as long as the same one is used for both devices.
Once a valid link has been established, communication is possible without further
Passkey input for a preset period of time.
10 Enter the same passkey you entered in step 9, on your
computer.
If the name you entered in step 3 is added to the Available
Connections: list, the preparation is complete.
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Performing the HotSync® operation using the Bluetooth™ function
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Tips
• The step in which the Passkey Input screen appears varies depending on the mobile
phone, and for some devices, the Passkey input screen does not appear. In any case,
follow the instructions shown on the screen and enter a Passkey when required.
• Depending on the radio wave conditions, it may take time to complete a Bluetooth™
compatible device discovery or establish communication.
• If it takes too long to perform a device discovery, tap Cancel on the discovery screen,
and conduct a discovery again.
• If the device discovery failed in detecting a device, conduct a discovery again.
Performing the HotSync® operation using the
Bluetooth™ function
1
Enable the Bluetooth™ function on your computer.
2
Check that the HotSync
icon is displayed in the
Windows task tray (at the bottom right of the taskbar) on your
computer.
Tip
If the HotSync
icon is not displayed in the Windows task tray, click Start,
select Programs (for Windows XP, select All Programs), Sony Handheld,
and click HotSync Manager to start the HotSync manager.
3
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the HotSync icon to display the HotSync screen.
4
Check that Local is selected.
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Performing the HotSync® operation using the Bluetooth™ function
(for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
5
Tap the arrow V beneath the icon and select the connection
you want to use.
Select the connection name you created in step 3 in “Preparing your CLIÉ
handheld” on page 110.
6
Tap the HotSync
icon.
The HotSync® operation starts.
A message will be displayed when the HotSync® operation is complete.
Tip
The Bluetooth™ communication between your CLIÉ handheld and computer will
be disconnected automatically when the HotSync® operation is complete.
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Performing the HotSync® operation via a
modem
You can perform the HotSync® operation via a modem when you are away
from your computer.
Your CLIÉ handheld
away from your PC
HotSync® operation
with the PC at home
Notes
• For the first HotSync® operation, you need to perform the local HotSync®
operation using the cradle (page 66).
• It may take some time to complete the HotSync® operation via a modem. To
shorten the time, define the files/data you wish to synchronize with the modem
HotSync® operation in advance. For details, refer to “Selecting the conduits for a
modem HotSync® operation” on page 118.
Prior to performing the HotSync® operation via a modem
Check the following items:
• A modem or terminal adapter (TA) is connected to your computer.
• The Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software is properly configured for use with
the modem.
b For details, refer to “Customizing HotSync® Manager startup and
HotSync® setup options” on page 106.
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Performing the HotSync® operation via a modem
Preparing your computer
To perform the HotSync® operation via a modem, you need to follow the steps
below to set your computer to receive a call from your CLIÉ handheld.
1
Check the following items.
• The modem is connected to your computer and both the modem and
computer are turned on.
• No communication applications, such as fax or telephone software, are
running on the COM port.
• The computer is disconnected from the Internet.
2
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) and select Modem from the
shortcut menu.
3
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) once again and select Setup
from the shortcut menu.
The Setup dialog box is displayed.
4
Click the Modem tab.
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5
Adjust the following settings as needed.
• Serial port: Specifies the port for the modem. If you are not sure of the
port settings, check the Modem Properties (Phone and Modem
Options for Windows 2000 Professional/XP) in the Control Panel.
• Speed: Determines the speed at which files/data are transferred. Try
the As Fast As Possible rate first, and adjust downward if you have
any problems.
• Modem: Specifies the modem type or manufacturer. If you are not sure
of your modem type or if you cannot find your modem type in the list,
select Hayes Basic.
• Setup string: Identifies the setup string for your modem automatically
if you specify the modem type or manufacturer. If it does not work
properly, refer to the manual of your modem.
6
Click OK.
Preparing your CLIÉ handheld
Follow the steps below to set up your CLIÉ handheld for a modem HotSync®
operation.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the HotSync icon to display the HotSync screen.
2
Tap Modem.
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3
Tap the Enter phone # field beneath the modem name.
The Phone Setup dialog box is displayed.
4
Adjust the following settings as needed:
1 Enter the telephone number used to access the modem connected to
your computer.
2 Enter a dial prefix (such as “9”) to access an outside line, and tap the
Dial prefix check box as needed. You can also enter a comma in the
field to introduce a pause in the dialing sequence. Each comma equals
a two second pause.
3 If the phone line you are using for your CLIÉ handheld has Call
Waiting, select the Disable call waiting check box to avoid an
interruption during the modem HotSync® operation.
4 If you want to use a calling card to place the call, select the Use
calling card check box and enter the calling card number.
5
Tap OK.
The HotSync screen is displayed again.
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Selecting the conduits for a modem HotSync® operation
You can specify files/data to be synchronized to shorten the time required to
synchronize files/data with a modem.
b For details, refer to “Customizing HotSync® application settings (Conduit)”
on page 103.
Note
If your CLIÉ handheld settings do not match those made in the Change HotSync
Action window, the operation complies with the CLIÉ handheld's configurations.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the HotSync icon to display the HotSync screen.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Conduit Setup from the Options menu.
The Conduit Setup screen is displayed.
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4
Tap the check boxes to deselect the files/data that you do
not want to synchronize during a modem HotSync®
operation.
By the default setting, all files/data are selected to be synchronized.
The data of applications that do not have a database (such as games)
cannot be synchronized.
5
Tap OK.
Performing the HotSync® operation via a modem
You can perform the modem HotSync® operation when you have prepared
your computer settings, CLIÉ handheld settings, and Conduit Setup.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the HotSync icon to display the HotSync screen.
2
Tap the HotSync
icon.
The HotSync® operation starts.
A message will be displayed when the HotSync® operation is complete.
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Performing the HotSync® operation via a
network
To operate HotSync® operations via a network, you must have network
administrator skills.
You can perform the HotSync® operation via a network between your CLIÉ
handheld and the computer in the LAN of your office, depending on the
network environment of your office. For details, contact the administrator of
the remote access server.
Prior to performing the HotSync® operation via a network
Check the following items:
• Both your company’s network system and its remote access server support
TCP/IP.
• You have a remote access account.
Preparing your computer
1
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) and select Network from the
shortcut menu.
2
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) once again and select Setup
from the shortcut menu.
The Setup dialog box is displayed.
3
Click the Network tab.
4
Click the check box next to the user name for HotSync.
Click TCP/IP Settings and assign a subnet mask as needed. For details
on a subnet mask address, refer to the manual of your operating system or
contact the system administrator.
5
Click OK.
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6
Place your CLIÉ handheld in the cradle and press the
HotSync
button.
The computer information (Primary PC name and Primary PC address (IP
address)) is transferred to your CLIÉ handheld.
When you perform the HotSync® operation via a network, your CLIÉ
handheld identifies the computer based on the information transferred.
Preparing your CLIÉ handheld
Follow the steps below to set up your CLIÉ handheld for the HotSync®
operation via a network.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the HotSync icon to display the HotSync screen.
2
Tap Modem.
3
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
4
Tap Modem Sync Prefs from the Options menu.
The Modem Sync Preferences screen is displayed.
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5
Tap Network.
6
Tap OK.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
7
Tap Select Service beneath the icon.
The Network Preferences screen is displayed.
8
Tap the arrow V next to Service and select Unix or
Windows RAS from the drop-down list.
b For details, refer to “Changing the Network preferences” on page 92 and contact
the administrator of the remote access server.
9
Tap Done.
10 Tap the Enter phone # field.
The Phone Setup dialog box is displayed.
11 Adjust the settings on the screen as needed.
12 Tap OK.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
13 Follow “Performing the HotSync® operation via a modem” on
page 114 to select files/data to be synchronized.
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Performing the HotSync® operation via a network
You can perform the HotSync® operation via a network when you have
prepared your computer settings, CLIÉ handheld settings, and Conduit Setup.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the HotSync icon to display the HotSync screen.
2
Tap the HotSync
icon.
The HotSync® operation starts.
A message will be displayed when the HotSync® operation is complete.
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Performing the HotSync® operation via LAN
(LANSync)
To operate LANSync, you must have network manager skills. Consult a
network manager prior to setting LANSync.
You can perform the HotSync® operation via LAN between your computer and
another computer connected to your CLIÉ handheld.
LANSync via LAN
LAN
Your computer
Prior to performing a LANSync operation
Check the following items:
• The Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software is installed in both computers
connected by the LAN.
• Your CLIÉ handheld is placed in the cradle connected to the HotSync cable
correctly and the cradle is connected to the computer properly.
Preparing your computer
1
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) and select Network from the
shortcut menu.
2
Click the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the
bottom right of the taskbar) once again and select Setup
from the shortcut menu.
The Setup dialog box is displayed.
3
Click the Network tab.
4
Click the check box next to the user name for HotSync.
5
Click OK.
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6
Place your CLIÉ handheld in the cradle and press the
HotSync
button.
The computer information (Primary PC name and Primary PC address (IP
address)) is transferred to your CLIÉ handheld.
When you perform the HotSync® operation via LAN, your CLIÉ
handheld identifies the computer based on the information transferred.
Preparing your CLIÉ handheld
Follow the steps below to set up your CLIÉ handheld for the HotSync®
operation via the LAN.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the HotSync icon to display the HotSync screen.
2
Tap Local.
3
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
4
Tap LANSync Prefs in the Options menu.
The LANSync Preferences screen is displayed.
5
Tap LANSync.
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Tap OK.
The HotSync screen is displayed again.
Performing a LANSync operation
You can perform a LANSync operation when you have prepared your
computer settings, CLIÉ handheld settings, and Conduit Setup. Turn on the
computers and start the HotSync® Manager.
Note
To perform a LANSync operation, both computers connected to the cradle and
performing the HotSync® are required to be set for LANSync. On each computer, click
the HotSync
icon in the Windows task tray (at the bottom right of the taskbar) and
make sure that Network in the shortcut menu is selected. If not, click Network to select
it.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The HotSync screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the HotSync icon to display the HotSync screen.
2
Tap the HotSync
icon.
The HotSync® operation starts.
A message will be displayed when the HotSync® operation is complete.
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Using storage media
such as “Memory
Stick™” media
This chapter explains how to communicate with another
Palm OS® PDA device via storage media such as “Memory
Stick” media, how to handle “Memory Stick” media, and how
to use CLIE Files for managing the files/data on storage
media.
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The type of storage media you can use with your CLIÉ handheld
You can use your CLIÉ handheld with storage media, such as “Memory Stick”
media or CompactFlash compatible memory card (referred to as CF memory
card). “Memory Stick” media or CF memory card is specially designed for
exchanging and sharing files/data among “Memory Stick” media or CF memory
card compatible products. Because it is removable, storage media can also be
used for external files/data storage.
Storage media enables you to exchange files/data between your CLIÉ handheld
and a computer. To exchange files/data via storage media, your CLIÉ handheld
uses the supplied CLIE Files.
Using “Memory Stick” media
There are two types of “Memory Stick” media:
• “MagicGate Memory Stick” media, which is equipped with “MagicGate*”
copyright protection technology.
• “Memory Stick” media, which is not equipped with “MagicGate” copyright
protection technology.
You can use both types of “Memory Stick” media with your CLIÉ handheld.
However, to play music files of ATRAC3 format, make sure that you use
“MagicGate Memory Stick” media.
*What is MagicGate?
MagicGate is the copyright protection technology that is used for “MagicGate Memory
Stick” media or MagicGate compatible devices such as a CLIÉ handheld. MagicGate
certifies the compatible device and “MagicGate Memory Stick” media as copyrightprotection-compatible devices and encodes files/data to be played back on devices.
Copyrighted files/data cannot be played back on a device not certificated.
“Memory Stick Duo,” “MagicGate Memory Stick Duo,” and “Memory Stick
PRO”** can be used with your CLIÉ handheld.
**You can use the “Memory Stick PRO” MSX-1G, MSX-512, and MSX-256 with your
CLIÉ handheld.
However, you cannot record or play back files/data that have been copyright
protected with the MagicGate function.
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Note on using “MagicGate Memory Stick” media
Do not handle copyright-protected files/data or directories stored on
“MagicGate Memory Stick” media with CLIE Files or Windows® Explorer,
otherwise the files/data may be disabled. To handle copyright-protected files/
data, use a “MagicGate” compliant application such as the SonicStage software.
Notes
If you use a “Memory Stick Duo” with your CLIÉ handheld
• Make sure you use a “Memory Stick Duo” adapter.
• Make sure you insert a “Memory Stick Duo” into the “Memory Stick Duo”
adapter in the right direction.
• Make sure you insert a “Memory Stick Duo” into the adapter before you
insert the adapter into the “Memory Stick” slot of your CLIÉ handheld.
• Make sure you insert a “Memory Stick Duo” adapter into the “Memory
Stick” slot of your CLIÉ handheld in the right direction.
Notes on using “Memory Stick” media
When you use “Memory Stick” media, follow the precautions below.
• Avoid touching the terminals of “Memory Stick” media with your fingers or
a metal object.
• Do not drop, bend, or expose “Memory Stick” media to external shock.
• Do not disassemble or modify “Memory Stick” media.
• Avoid getting liquid on “Memory Stick” media.
• Avoid using or storing “Memory Stick” media in a location subject to:
– extremely high temperature such as inside a hot car, outdoors in direct
sunlight, or near a heater
– direct sunlight
– high humidity
– corrosive substances
– excessive dust
– magnetic fields
• When storing and carrying “Memory Stick” media, keep it in its original case
to ensure protection of important files/data.
• Make a backup of important files/data.
• Avoid removing “Memory Stick” media from the insertion slot while files/
data is being written or read.
• To avoid damaging or erasing files/data, do not
– pull out “Memory Stick” media or unplug the AC power adapter while
formatting, or reading or writing files/data.
– use “Memory Stick” media in a location subject to static electricity or
electrical interference.
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• If the battery power of your CLIÉ handheld is running low, an error message
is displayed and you cannot exchange files/data with “Memory Stick”
media. If this occurs, connect the AC power adapter or fully charge your
CLIÉ handheld.
• Use CLIE Files to format the “Memory Stick” media you use in your CLIÉ
handheld. If you format it using another application, further operation with
your CLIÉ handheld is not guaranteed.
• If you insert “Memory Stick” media that has been formatted by another
application, a message prompting you to reformat it is displayed. To use
“Memory Stick” media in your CLIÉ handheld, follow the instructions to
format it. Note, however, that all stored files/data will be erased.
• Make sure you stick a suitable label on the “Memory Stick” media.
Protecting the files/data on “Memory Stick” media
To prevent accidental erasure of important files/data, you can use the write
protect tab on the “Memory Stick” media.
Write enable position
Slide the tab to the left to select the write enable position. You can read and
write files/data on the “Memory Stick” media.
Write protect position (LOCK)
Slide the tab to the right to select the write protect position. You can only read
the files/data on the “Memory Stick” media. Select the write protect position
when you insert “Memory Stick” media containing any important files/data
that you do not want to accidentally delete or overwrite.
Back side
LOCK
Write Enable
Position
Write Protect
Position
Tip
Shape or exact location of the tab may differ from the illustration.
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Starting an application on storage media
You can start applications on storage media in the same way as applications on your
CLIÉ handheld. While the power of your CLIÉ handheld is on, the applications in the
storage media will be displayed on the Application Launcher screen automatically when
you insert the storage media into the slot. (The feature does not work when certain
applications are running.)
To switch from the Application Launcher screen to the screen where the applications in
storage media are displayed, perform the following steps.
Tip
These steps only apply to applications saved in the /Palm/Launcher folder.
1
Display the Application Launcher screen, while the storage
media is inserted in the CLIÉ handheld.
2
Press the BACK button to select the group.
3
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select
Card.
The applications stored in the Palm/Launcher folder on storage media
are displayed.
You can start an application in the same way that you start an application
of your CLIÉ handheld.
If you have assigned a name to the storage media, then the Card is
displayed in that name.
Tip
You can also tap the
Card icon to select it.
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Note
Depending on the application, some of the features may not work if you start the
application on storage media. In this case, use CLIE Files to copy the files/data in the
CLIÉ handheld and use the copied files/data.
Viewing information of storage media (Card Info)
You can view information (such as remaining memory space) of storage media
with Card Info.
1
Insert the storage media into your CLIÉ handheld.
2
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Card Info icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Card Info screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the Card Info icon to display the Card Info screen.
3
Tap the arrow V next to Card to select storage media.
The information screen of the storage media is displayed.
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Assigning a name to storage media
You can assign a name to each storage media with Card Info.
1
Insert the storage media into your CLIÉ handheld.
2
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Card Info icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Card Info screen is displayed.
3
Tap the arrow V next to Card to select storage media to
which you want to assign a name.
4
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
5
Tap Rename Card in the Card menu.
The Rename Card dialog box is displayed.
6
Enter a new name for the inserted storage media and tap
Rename.
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Formatting storage media
“Memory Stick” media produced commercially is already formatted for use.
CF compatible memory card however, must be formatted with your CLIÉ
handheld. If you need to format your storage media, use CLIE Files or Card
Info. The following explains how to format storage media with CLIE Files.
1
2
Insert the storage media into your CLIÉ handheld.
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the CLIE Files icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
CLIE Files starts.
Tip
You can also tap the CLIE Files icon to start the application.
3
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the CLIE Files screen to
select storage media that you want to format.
Tip
You can also tap the
4
Tap the Menu
icon or the
icon to select.
icon.
The menu is displayed.
5
Tap Format from the Tool menu.
When multiple storage media are inserted into your CLIÉ handheld, a
dialog box is displayed for you to select the storage media you want to
format.
6
Enter a new name for the storage media and tap OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
7
Tap OK.
To cancel formatting
Tap Cancel in step 6.
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What is formatting?
Formatting defines the recording format for your storage media so that you can
access files/data with your CLIÉ handheld.
Notes
• If storage media is reformatted, all the files/data stored on the storage media will be
erased. Make sure you check the files/data prior to formatting so that you do not delete
important files/data.
• When formatting storage media for use with your CLIÉ handheld, be sure to format it
on your CLIÉ handheld. A storage media formatted by any other device may not be
read or written properly on your CLIÉ handheld.
• If you remove the storage media during formatting, the storage media will not be
usable. In this case, insert the storage media again and restart formatting.
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Starting CLIE Files
You can copy, move, or delete files/data between storage media and your CLIÉ
handheld with CLIE Files.
b For details on CLIE Files, refer to “CLIE Files” in the “CLIÉ Application Manual”
installed on your computer.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the CLIE Files icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
CLIE Files starts.
Tip
You can also tap the CLIE Files icon to start the application.
2
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the CLIE Files screen to
select Handheld or storage media.
Tip
You can also tap the
icon, the
icon, or the
icon to select.
When displaying the files/data on storage media
Tap here to sort in ascending
or descending order
Tap here to switch the view
Handheld: CLIÉ handheld
MS: “Memory Stick” media
CF: CF memory card
Tap here to switch to the Directory list screen
Tap here to switch the view of the following:
• size: File size
• date: Updated date
• time: Updated time
• creator: Creator ID of the file
• type: File type
• version: Version of the file
• none: no items displayed
Tap here to switch the view
between your CLIÉ handheld
and “Memory Stick” media or CF
memory card
Tap here to switch the view of the following:
• Name: name displayed on the computer
• DBname: name assigned on your CLIÉ
handheld
: Tap to display the contents of the zip files*
:Tap to display the contents of the folder*
:Tap to display the upper directory*
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*
,
and
icons are specific to the screen when displaying the files/data on
storage media. Except for these icons, all icons in the screen are common to the one
when displaying the files/data on your CLIÉ handheld. You can also rotate the Jog
Dial™ navigator to select a folder.
Tip
You can select a folder in the Directory list screen and tap OK to display the contents
of the folder. Additionally, you can tap New to create a new folder or tap Rename to
change the name of existing folder.
Notes
• You can display up to nine levels of the directory tree.
• The latest change date of the database may not be displayed correctly, depending on
how the application was installed.
• When the battery power of your CLIÉ handheld is insufficient, files/data on storage
media will not be displayed. In this case, you need to charge your CLIÉ handheld or
connect the AC power adapter to your CLIÉ handheld.
When displaying the files/data on your CLIÉ handheld
Tap here to switch the database display by group
• All databases
• Creator group
• Application
Lock
icon
Notes on moving or deleting files/data using CLIE Files
In some cases when you move or delete specific files/data using CLIE Files,
some CLIÉ handheld applications may not operate properly or some files/data
may be formatted. Sony is not liable for any problems with applications or
files/data, that arise from your moving or deleting a file/data.
Do not move or delete the following files:
• Saved Preference: The final operation status or settings for various
applications.
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• Unsaved Preference: The settings for various applications or user
information of your CLIÉ handheld. If this file is deleted, you may not be
able to synchronize the correct information.
• CLIE Launcher XXX: The database for CLIE Launcher. If this file is
deleted, you may not be able to operate CLIE Launcher.
• NetworkDB: Network settings. If this file is deleted, network connection is
disabled.
• AddressDB: The database for Address Book*.
• DatebookDB: The database for Date Book*.
• MemoDB: The database for Memo Pad*.
• ToDoDB: The database for To Do List*.
* These database files can be copied to storage media as a backup file. If you copy them
back to your CLIÉ handheld, the identical files in your CLIÉ handheld will be
overwritten with the information at the time of the backup. Note that any added or
edited information in your CLIÉ handheld after the backup will not be restored.
Note
When the battery power of your CLIÉ handheld is insufficient, files/data on storage
media will not be displayed. In this case, you need to charge your CLIÉ handheld or
connect the AC power adapter to your CLIÉ handheld.
Copying your CLIÉ handheld files/data to storage media
You can save your CLIÉ handheld files/data to storage media with CLIE
Files.
Notes
• Since copying files/data consumes a lot of power, you cannot use storage media when
your CLIÉ handheld battery power is low. In this case, connect the AC power adapter
to your CLIÉ handheld.
• If your CLIÉ handheld receives IR communication while copying files/data, the
copying will be interrupted. Do not allow your CLIÉ handheld to receive IR
communication while copying files/data.
– Insert storage media (“Memory Stick” media and/or CF memory card) into your
CLIÉ handheld before copying or moving files/data. Never remove storage media
while you are copying or moving files/data between your CLIÉ handheld and
storage media.
– Incomplete copying or moving may be leave an invalid file on your CLIÉ handheld
or the storage media. In this case, retry copying or moving, and if the confirm
overwrite message is displayed, tap Yes or Yes to all.
1
Insert storage media into your CLIÉ handheld.
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2
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the CLIE Files icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
CLIE Files starts.
Tip
You can also tap the CLIE Files icon to start the application.
3
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the CLIE Files screen to
select Handheld.
All the Handheld files/data are displayed.
4
Tap the file/data you want to copy to change
to
.
You can select multiple items by selecting the check boxes.
Note
Files/data marked with the
5
icon cannot be copied.
Tap Copy.
The Directory list screen is displayed.
6
Tap the storage media directory.
When you want to create a new directory on storage media, tap New and
enter the directory name. Tap the directory created.
When you want to rename an existing directory, tap Rename and enter
the new name.
7
Tap OK.
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To copy all the files/data at once
Tap Select in step 4 and select Select All.
To cancel the selection
• To cancel all the selections: tap Select and select Clear All.
• To clear only specific items: tap the selected item once again.
When you want to select files/data other than the one specified
After following step 4, tap Select and select Invert. The selections of
are reversed.
and
Moving your CLIÉ handheld files/data to storage media
When the available memory in your CLIÉ handheld is insufficient, you can
move the files/data from your CLIÉ handheld to storage media.
1
In step 5 above, tap Move.
The selected files/data on your CLIÉ handheld are transferred to the
storage media and saved.
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Copying files/data on storage media to your CLIÉ handheld
You can copy the files/data saved on storage media to your CLIÉ handheld.
Prior to copying files/data, make sure that the memory space of your CLIÉ
handheld is sufficient.
Tip
You can also copy data to another folder on the storage media.
1
Insert storage media into your CLIÉ handheld.
2
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the CLIE Files icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
CLIE Files starts.
Tip
You can also tap the CLIE Files icon to start the application.
3
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the CLIE Files screen to
select storage media.
All the files/data on the selected storage media are displayed.
4
Tap the file/data you want to copy to change
to
.
You can select multiple items by selecting the check boxes.
5
Tap Copy.
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6
Select Handheld.
7
Tap OK.
The files/data selected in step 4 are copied to Handheld.
To copy all the files/data at once
Tap Select in step 4 and select Select All.
To cancel the selection
• To cancel all the selections: tap Select and select Clear All.
• To clear only specific items: tap the selected item once again.
To change the folder to be copied
Tap
or
to select the folder you want to copy. The displays of the folders
are changed. You can specify a folder to be copied.
Moving files/data on storage media to your CLIÉ
handheld
You can move the files/data from storage media to your CLIÉ handheld.
1
In step 5 above, tap Move.
The selected files/data on the storage media are transferred to your CLIÉ
handheld and saved.
Note
Some files/data copied from storage media to your CLIÉ handheld may not be
synchronized during the HotSync® operation.
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Deleting files/data on storage media
You can delete the files/data from storage media with CLIE Files.
1
Insert storage media into your CLIÉ handheld.
2
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the CLIE Files icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
CLIE Files starts.
Tip
You can also tap the CLIE Files icon to start the application.
3
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the CLIE Files screen to
select storage media.
All the files/data on the selected storage media are displayed.
4
Tap the file/data you want to delete to change
5
Tap Del.
to
.
The Delete File dialog box is displayed.
6
Tap OK.
The files/data selected in step 4 are deleted from storage media.
To delete all the data at once
Tap Select in step 4 and select Select All.
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To cancel the selection
• To cancel all the selections: tap Select and select Clear All.
• To clear only specific items: tap the selected item once again.
To change the folder to be deleted
Tap
or
to select the folder you want to delete. The displays of the folders
are changed. You can specify a folder to be deleted.
Extracting a Zip file
You can extract Zip files without using a computer, either downloaded from a
website using NetFront v3.0 for CLIE, or received as attachment files with
an e-mail on CLIE Mail.
Tip
A Zip file downloaded using NetFront v3.0 for CLIE will be stored in the /Palm/
Programs/Archive folder of storage media inserted into your CLIÉ handheld.
1
Insert storage media containing Zip files into your CLIÉ
handheld.
2
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the CLIE Files icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
CLIE Files starts.
Tip
You can also tap the CLIE Files icon to start the application.
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3
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the CLIE Files screen to
select storage media.
All the files/data on the selected storage media are displayed.
The
icon is Zip files.
Tips
• A Zip file downloaded using NetFront v3.0 for CLIE will be stored in the /Palm/
Programs/Archive folder of the storage media.
• An attached file received by CLIE Mail will be stored in the /Palm/Programs/
MSFILES folder of the storage media.
4
Tap the Zip file you want to extract.
The contents of the Zip file are displayed on the screen.
5
Tap the file you want to extract to change
to
.
You can select multiple files by selecting the check boxes.
6
Tap Unzip.
The Directory list screen is displayed.
7
Tap a folder in which to save the extracted data.
You can also save the data on your CLIÉ handheld.
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Note
Some data cannot be saved on your CLIÉ handheld. In these cases, an error message
is displayed.
8
Tap OK.
The data is extracted to the folder selected in step 7.
: Files that were extracted normally.
: Files that could not be extracted.
: Files that were skipped during extraction.
9
Tap Close.
To extract all the data at once
Tap Select in step 5 and select Select All.
To cancel the selection
• To cancel all the selections: tap Select and select Clear All.
• To clear only specific items: tap the selected item once again.
To change the folder to be deleted
Tap
or
to select the folder you want to delete. The displays of the folders
are changed. You can specify a folder to be deleted.
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CLIE Files menu items
The following describes the menu items that are specific to CLIE Files.
For the menu items common to CLIÉ handheld applications, refer to “Common
menu items” on page 39.
Tool menu
Format
Formats (initializes) a storage media inserted
into your CLIÉ handheld. Note that all data
stored on storage media will be erased when
formatting the storage media.
Media Info
Displays information, such as the amount of
memory or volume label, of your CLIÉ
handheld or storage media.
New Dir
Creates a folder within the current folder on
the storage media. (Only when storage media
is selected.)
Rename
Changes the name of current directory or
folder. (Only when storage media is selected.)
About CLIE Files
Displays the version information of CLIE Files.
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Exchanging files/data without using CLIE Files
You can exchange the files/data between storage media and your CLIÉ
handheld or between “Memory Stick” media and CF memory card from the
menu of the Application Launcher screen.
However, problems may occur depending on the application. Note the
following.
• You can copy only applications to storage media. Related files/data cannot
be copied.
• Files/data stored on the storage media (such as image files) cannot be
displayed.
1
Insert the storage media into your CLIÉ handheld.
2
Tap the Menu
icon on the Application Launcher screen.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Copy from the CLIE Launcher menu.
The Copy dialog box is displayed.
4
Tap the arrow V next to Copy To, and select Handheld or
storage media.
5
Tap the arrow V next to From to select storage media or
Handheld.
6
Tap the application you want to copy.
7
Tap Copy.
The selected application is copied to Handheld or storage media.
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Notes on starting applications from storage media
You can start an application (files with extensions such as .prc,.pdb) from
storage media. However, note the following prior to starting them.
• You can start only applications from storage media. Related files/data such
as image files or movie files may not be opened (played back).
• When the files/data that cannot be opened in the application are saved on the
storage media, move the files/data to your CLIÉ handheld, or delete them by
using CLIE Files.
Tip
When the data is installed on storage media with the HotSync® operation, the files/data
are stored in the /Palm/Launcher folder.
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Beaming
This chapter explains how to communicate with another
Palm OS® PDA device via the infrared communications port.
Beaming between your CLIÉ handheld and
another Palm OS® PDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Beaming between your CLIÉ handheld and
another Palm OS® PDA
What you can do with beaming
Your CLIÉ handheld is equipped with an IR (infrared) port that enables you to
exchange data or applications with another Palm OS® PDA device that has an
IR port. The IR port is located at the top of your CLIÉ handheld, behind the
small dark shield.
IR Port
(Location of the IR port may
vary depending on your model.)
You can beam the following information between your CLIÉ handheld and
another Palm OS® PDA device that has an IR port:
• The data of Address Book, Date Book, To Do List, or Memo Pad.
• All data in the category currently displayed in Address Book, To Do List,
or Memo Pad.
• Address Book data that you designate as your business card.
• Add-on applications installed in the memory.
Note
Some applications are protected from copying and cannot be beamed. Applications
marked with the
icon cannot be copied.
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Beaming information
You can beam the data on your CLIÉ handheld to another Palm OS PDA
device that has an IR port.
1
Select the data, category, or business card you want to
beam.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap one of the following:
• The Beam command for an individual record
• In Address only: Beam Business Card
• Beam Category
4
When the Beam dialog box is displayed, point the IR port of
your CLIÉ handheld directly to the IR port of another Palm
OS PDA device.
The Beam dialog box shows that the transfer is complete.
(Location of the IR port may
vary depending on your model.)
Tip
For best performance of the data exchange, keep 4 to 8 inches (approximately 10 to
20 centimeters) between your CLIÉ handheld and the other Palm OS PDA device.
Do not place any obstacle between the devices. The optimum distance for beaming
may vary depending on devices.
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Sending applications via beaming
1
Tap the Menu
icon on the Application Launcher screen.
The menu is displayed.
2
Tap Beam from the CLIE Launcher menu.
The Beam screen is displayed.
3
Tap the arrow V next to Beam From and select Handheld.
Select Handheld when the application you want to send is saved on your
CLIÉ handheld or card when it is saved on the /Palm/Launcher
folder on the storage media.
4
Tap an application you want to send, on the Beam screen.
Some applications are protected from copying and cannot be beamed.
Applications marked with the
icon cannot be copied.
5
Tap Beam.
A message will be displayed when the beaming is complete.
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Beaming between your CLIÉ handheld and another Palm OS® PDA
Receiving beamed information
1
Turn on your CLIÉ handheld and point the IR port of your
CLIÉ handheld directly to the IR port of another Palm OS
PDA device.
The Beam dialog box is displayed and beaming of data or applications
starts.
2
Select the category where you want to save the received
data or applications.
Data or applications received by beaming are saved in the Unfiled
category.
You can also create a new category to save the data or applications to, or
save it in the Unfiled category.
3
Tap Yes.
The data or applications are saved.
Note
When Beam Receive in the General Preferences screen is set to Off, you cannot
receive data or applications using the beaming feature. Prior to beaming data or
applications, set Beam Receive to On.
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Using the Bluetooth™
function
(for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
This chapter explains how to exchange information such as
applications or data with another Bluetooth™ compatible
device using the Bluetooth™ function.
Exchanging files/data using the Bluetooth™
function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .156
What you can do with the Bluetooth™
function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Sending files/data, such as image files or Date
Book data, to another CLIÉ handheld with
the built-in Bluetooth™ function or Bluetooth™
Module (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Performing the wireless HotSync® operation
with a computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Connecting to the Internet by communicating with
a Bluetooth™ compatible mobile phone . . 159
Exchanging files/data using the Bluetooth™
function
What you can do with the Bluetooth™ function
The Bluetooth™ function enables wireless communication within a range of
33 feet (approximately 10 meters). You can use the function to exchange files/
data between your CLIÉ handheld and other Bluetooth™ compliant devices.
Sending files/data, such as image files or Date Book data, to
another CLIÉ handheld with the built-in Bluetooth™ function or
Bluetooth™ Module (optional)
1
Select a file/data.
1 Sending an image file, movie file, voice memo, or
handwritten memo
Start CLIE Viewer, tap the Menu
icon to display the menu, select
Send… from the Data menu, and tap a file/data you want to send.
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Tip
Sending image files
You can select a method of sending files/data in the Send With dialog box.
(The dialog box below may not be displayed depending on your operating
environment.)
2 Sending Date Book data or Address Book data
Tap the schedule data or address data you want to send, tap the Menu
icon to display the menu, and then select Send Event (for Date
Book) or Send Address (for Address Book) from the menu.
2
Send a file/data.
After the Bluetooth Discovery dialog box is displayed, the list of
Bluetooth™ compatible CLIÉ handhelds within range of the
communication area is displayed on the Discovery Results dialog box.
Tap to select the CLIÉ handheld to which you want to send data.
The Bluetooth Progress dialog box will be displayed on both CLIÉ
handhelds. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Tip
If you have renamed a target Bluetooth™ compatible device registered on your
CLIÉ handheld, the device may be listed in the previous name when you detect
target Bluetooth™ compatible devices.
In this case, follow the procedure below.
1 Tap the Menu
icon on the Bluetooth Preferences screen.
2 Tap Disable device name cache from the Options menu.
3 Detect target Bluetooth™ compatible devices.
Note
To view or edit received files/data, applications supporting each file/data must be
installed on the CLIÉ handheld.
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Performing the wireless HotSync® operation with a computer
If you are using a Bluetooth™ compatible computer, you can perform the
wireless HotSync® operation between your CLIÉ handheld and your computer.
b For details, refer to “Performing the HotSync® operation using the Bluetooth™
function (for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)” on page 110.
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Connecting to the Internet by communicating
with a Bluetooth™ compatible mobile phone
You can enjoy browsing various websites or send/receive e-mails using your
CLIÉ handheld, via a Bluetooth™ compatible mobile phone.
Connecting
When you access the Internet via a Bluetooth™ compatible mobile phone, you
need to follow this procedure to pair the device with your CLIÉ handheld.
1 Setting the connection method/Performing pairing
2 Setting up the network connection
Tip
What is pairing?
To enable Bluetooth™ communication between this Bluetooth™ Module and
another Bluetooth™ compatible device, the device must be identified. This process
is referred to as pairing which is necessary to prevent access from unauthorized
Bluetooth™ compatible devices. A common Passkey is used to pair the device with
this Bluetooth™ Module.
1 Setting the connection method/Performing pairing
You need to set the communication method and perform pairing for
Bluetooth™ communications.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Prefs icon on
the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Preferences screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the Prefs icon to display the Preferences screen.
2
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the screen, and select
Connection.
The list of Available Connections appears.
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3
Tap New.
The Edit Connection screen appears.
1Name: Enter any connection name you like.
Custom is displayed by default.
2Connect to: Tap V and select Modem.
3Via: Tap V and select Bluetooth.
4Dialing: Tap V and select the type of telephone circuit you use. The
most common selection is TouchTone™.
5Volume: Tap V and select the speaker volume to browse the Internet.
4
Tap Tap to discover.
Bluetooth™ compatible device discovery begins in the vicinity of your
CLIÉ handheld.
When the discovery is complete, Bluetooth™ compatible devices found
around your CLIÉ handheld are displayed.
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5
Select the mobile phone you want to pair with your CLIÉ
handheld, and tap OK.
The Add Trusted Device dialog box appears.
6
Tap Yes.
The Passkey Input screen appears on the display of the mobile phone.
Tip
What is a Passkey?
A Passkey is a secret code entered by the user to enable two Bluetooth™
compatible devices to communicate. When the same alphanumeric string is entered
at both devices, communication becomes possible. The Passkey may be changed
for every communication session as long as the same one is used for both devices.
Once a valid link has been established, communication is possible without further
Passkey input for a preset period of time.
7
Enter a Passkey on the mobile phone, and click OK.
The Authentication screen appears on your CLIÉ handheld.
8
Enter the same Passkey you entered in step 7 and tap OK
on your CLIÉ handheld.
Pairing is completed on the CLIÉ handheld and the mobile phone. The
communication method you have set is added to the list of Available
Connections by the name you entered in Name in step 3.
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Tips
• The step in which the Passkey Input screen appears varies depending on the
mobile phone, and for some devices, the Passkey input screen does not
appear. In any case, follow the instructions shown on the screen and enter a
Passkey when required.
• Depending on the radio wave conditions, it may take time to complete a
Bluetooth™ compatible device discovery or establish communication.
• If it takes too long to perform a device discovery, tap Cancel on the discovery
screen, and conduct a discovery again.
• If the device discovery failed in detecting a device, conduct a discovery again.
Note
Enter a Passkey to activate security. If the security is off and you access the Internet
from your CLIÉ handheld through a Bluetooth™ compatible mobile phone, you
may be charged the telephone line rental fee that someone else should be paying for.
2 Setting up the network connection
You need to set up the network connection in the Preferences screen.
1
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
to select Network.
2
Enter the information about your Internet Service Provider
(ISP).
1Service
Select the service (ISP name) to be used.
If a service you want to use is not listed, select New from the menu and
add the service name to the list.
2User Name
Enter the user name specified by ISP.
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3Password
Enter the password specified by your ISP.
4Connection
Select the connection that is compliant with your network card.
5Phone
Enter the phone number of the access point specified by your ISP.
Tip
For details, contact your ISP or telephone carrier.
Connecting to the Internet
1
Turn on the power of the mobile phone and activate
Bluetooth™ communications.
For detailed operations, refer to the manual of the mobile phone.
2
Start the appropriate application on the Application Launcher
screen of your CLIÉ handheld.
3
Start browsing websites, sending or receiving e-mail.
A dial-up connection is executed.
If you cannot connect to the Internet
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen, and select
Network.
Tap Connect at the bottom of the screen.
If you still cannot connect to the Internet, perform pairing again for the
Bluetooth™ compatible device (mobile phone), following the instructions
in “Connecting” on page 159.
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After using the Internet
1
Stop the dial-up connection on your CLIÉ handheld.
b For detailed operations, refer to the “CLIÉ Application Manual” on your
computer.
2
Terminate Bluetooth™ communications on the mobile
phone.
Tip
Bluetooth™ communication between the CLIÉ handheld and the mobile phone is
automatically cut off when the dial-up connection is disconnected.
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Using the Calculator
and finding records
This chapter explains how to use the calculator and how to
efficiently search for records.
Using the Calculator (Calc) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
Finding records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Using the Calculator (Calc)
Calculating with the Calculator
You can perform basic calculations with the Calculator. Moreover, you can
save values in the calculator memory and recall them from the memory.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Calculator icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
Calculator starts.
Tip
You can also tap the Calc icon to start the application.
2
Perform calculations.
To use the Calculator, tap the numbers or symbols on the screen with the
stylus.
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The functions of the Calculator buttons
The calculator has several buttons to help you perform calculations.
CE
Clears the last number you entered.
Use this button if you make a mistake while entering
numbers. This button enables you to re-enter the number
without starting the calculation again.
C
Clears the entire calculation and enables you to start a
new calculation.
+/–
Toggles the current number between positive and
negative. If you want to enter a negative number, enter
the number and then tap this button.
M+
Adds the current number to the total value in the memory.
Each number you enter with this button is added to the
total value stored in the Calculator memory. The number
to be added can be either a calculated value or the number
you entered by pressing the number buttons.
Pressing this button has no effect on the current
calculation (or series of calculations); it merely adds the
value to the memory.
MR
Recalls the total value stored in the Calculator memory
and inserts it in the current calculation.
MC
Clears any value that is stored in the Calculator memory.
Calculates the square root of the entered number.
Tap the button after entering the number.
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Using the Calculator (Calc)
Using the Calculator menus
Edit menus
Copy, Paste
Copies values from Calculator and pastes them into
another application. You can also paste numeric values
you copied from another application, such as Memo
Pad, into Calculator.
Options menus
Recent Calculations
You can review the last series of calculations.
About Calculator
Shows the version information for Calculator.
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Finding records
Using the Find option
You can find records, such as Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, or Memo
Pad data on your CLIÉ handheld, by entering the whole word or the first few
letters. The search results are displayed by application. This feature helps if you
do not remember which application you used to create the record you are
searching for.
Note
The Find option is not compatible with some application data.
1
Tap the Find
icon.
The Find dialog box is displayed.
2
Enter the text you want to find.
You can enter letters, symbols, or numbers.
3
Tap OK.
The Find option starts to search and displays the list of search results.
Comments attached to data can also be searched for.
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4
Tap the data you want to view in the list of search results.
The application associated with the data automatically starts and opens the
data.
To stop searching
Tap Stop and Exit.
To resume the search, tap Find More.
Note
The Find option is not case sensitive; searching for “sony” also finds “Sony.”
Tip
If you select text in an application prior to tapping the Find
automatically placed in the Find dialog box.
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Backing up your
CLIÉ™ handheld data
and applications
This chapter explains how to make a backup of your CLIÉ
handheld data.
Backing up your CLIÉ™ handheld data and
applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Backing up data and applications to your
computer with the HotSync® operation. . . . . 172
Backing up data and applications
to “Memory Stick” media
using Memory Stick Backup . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
Backing up your CLIÉ™ handheld data and
applications
You can create a backup of your CLIÉ handheld data by one of the following
methods:
• Back up data to your computer through the HotSync® operation
• Back up data to “Memory Stick” media using Memory Stick Backup
Backing up data and applications to your computer with the
HotSync® operation
By the default settings, you can back up the following data to your computer
through the HotSync® operation:
• Memo Pad files/data
• Address Book files/data
• To Do List files/data
• Date Book files/data
• Preferences files/data
• Application files/data that have been installed using the HotSync® operation
• User information files to perform the HotSync® operation
When the HotSync® operation is performed, the backup data is compared with
the data in your computer, and the newer one becomes effective. If you perform
a hard reset, all data stored in your CLIÉ handheld is erased and the initial
status will be restored. In this case, you can restore the backup data from your
computer that was created through the previous HotSync® operation.
Notes
• The following applications or data cannot be backed up with the HotSync® operation.
– Applications or data beamed or transferred from a “Memory Stick” media or CF
memory card
– Certain applications or driver files added later, or certain data in an application
For details on applications that cannot be backed up, refer to the manual of each
application.
When you want to make a complete backup, use Memory Stick Backup.
• If you customize settings in the Change HotSync Action dialog box, you may not
be able to create a back up file. You cannot back up an application or restore its data
if an option other than “Synchronize the files” is selected.
b For details, refer to “Customizing HotSync® application settings (Conduit)” on
page 103.
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Backing up data and applications to “Memory Stick” media using
Memory Stick Backup
With Memory Stick Backup, you can back up the following applications
and data to “Memory Stick” media.
• Memo Pad files/data
• Address Book files/data
• To Do List files/data
• Date Book files/data
• Preferences files/data
• Add-on application files/data
1
Insert “Memory Stick” media into your CLIÉ handheld.
2
Tap the Home
icon.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
3
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the MS Backup icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
Memory Stick Backup starts.
4
Tap the Backup
icon.
The Backup All Files dialog box is displayed.
5
Tap OK.
The Backup Progress screen is displayed.
General information of the backup (date, size, and number of database) is
displayed in the list.
Note
When backing up data to “Memory Stick” media, free space greater than the size of
the data to be backed up, is needed on the “Memory Stick” media. The battery
power of your CLIÉ handheld and memory space of “Memory Stick” media should
be adequate. Otherwise, data may not be backed up or restored properly.
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Tips
• The backup takes a few minutes.
• In step 4, you can also select an existing file from the backup list then tap the
Backup icon to overwrite it.
• The data size displayed in the list shows the size of the applications and data
stored in CLIÉ handheld.
• Number of database shows the number of applications and data that have
been backed up.
• If a backup file on “Memory Stick” media has been updated using CLIE Files,
the file may not be restored properly.
To delete a backup file from the “Memory Stick” media
Select the backup data you want to delete in the Backup list, and tap Delete.
Restoring backup data and applications to your CLIÉ
handheld
Notes
• When you restore backup data and applications to your CLIÉ handheld, the data
currently saved in your CLIÉ handheld will be overwritten with the backup data. Any
data created or edited after you saved the backup will be lost.
• You can only restore data to the CLIÉ handheld from which you took that backup.
1
Perform a hard reset on your CLIÉ handheld.
b For details on a hard reset, refer to “Basic operations of your CLIÉ™ handheld:
Restarting your CLIÉ handheld” in the “Read This First (Operating
Instructions).”
2
Insert the “Memory Stick” media containing the backup files
into your CLIÉ handheld.
3
Tap the Home
icon.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
4
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the MS Backup icon
on the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
Memory Stick Backup starts and the backup list appears.
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5
Tap the backup data you want to restore from the list.
6
Tap the Restore
icon.
The Restore All Files dialog box is displayed.
7
Tap OK.
The Confirm Restore dialog box is displayed.
8
Tap OK.
The Restore Progress dialog box is displayed.
If there was initial data automatically created by each application when
you performed a hard reset or if you created or updated data after a hard
reset, the Restore File dialog box is displayed. Tap Yes to overwrite, tap
Yes To All to overwrite all data, or tap No to leave the data.
When the backup data is restored, the CLIÉ handheld shuts down and
restarts automatically.
Tip
To restore backed up data by file, use the Copy feature in CLIE Files.
b For details on using CLIE Files, refer to “Exchanging files/data via storage
media” on page 136.
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Protecting your data
with a password
This chapter explains how to manage your personal details
using the various applications of your CLIÉ handheld and
how to protect your data with a password.
Entering personal information . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
Locking your CLIÉ handheld with a password
(Data protection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
Turning off your CLIÉ handheld
after locking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
Setting your CLIÉ handheld to be locked
automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
Protecting data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Assigning a password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Changing or deleting a password . . . . . . . . . 183
Hiding or masking private data . . . . . . . . . . . 184
Entering personal information
You can enter personal information such as name, company name and
telephone number in your CLIÉ handheld. If you assign a password, the
personal information will be displayed when the CLIÉ handheld is turned on
next time.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Prefs icon on
the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Preferences screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the Prefs icon to display the Preferences screen.
2
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Owner.
The Owner preferences screen is displayed.
Note
The Bluetooth option is displayed only on Bluetooth™ built-in models.
3
Enter your personal information.
When character strings entered do not fit within the screen, a scroll bar is
displayed on the right of the screen.
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Entering personal information
If you have already assigned a password to protect your
data
If personal information is already protected, it cannot be entered or edited. To
enter/edit personal information, follow the steps below to unlock the
protection.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Prefs icon on
the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Preferences screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the Prefs icon to display the Preferences screen.
2
Tap the arrow V at the top right of the Preferences screen
and select Owner.
The Owner preferences screen is displayed.
3
Tap Unlock.
The Unlock Message screen is displayed.
4
Enter the assigned password and tap OK.
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Locking your CLIÉ handheld with a password
(Data protection)
You can lock your CLIÉ handheld by assigning a password. Your CLIÉ
handheld then requires the user to enter the password when it is turned on.
Note
To turn on your CLIÉ handheld when it is locked, you must enter the correct password.
If you forget the password, you need to perform a hard reset. However, performing a hard
reset deletes all the data and applications which you installed on your CLIÉ handheld.
(By performing the HotSync® operation, you can restore the backup data or applications
from your computer.)
b For details on how to reset your CLIÉ handheld, refer to “Basic operations of your
CLIÉ™ handheld: Restarting your CLIÉ handheld” of the “Read This First
(Operating Instructions).”
Turning off your CLIÉ handheld after locking
This feature locks and turns off your CLIÉ handheld. To turn on your CLIÉ
handheld, you must enter the correct password.
1
Perform the HotSync® operation between your computer
and CLIÉ handheld to create backup data from your CLIÉ
handheld to your computer.
b For details on the HotSync® feature, refer to “Backing up data and applications
to your computer with the HotSync® operation” on page 172.
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Locking your CLIÉ handheld with a password (Data protection)
2
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Security icon on
the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Security screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the Security icon to display the Security screen.
3
Follow “Assigning a password” on page 182 to assign a
password.
4
Tap Lock & Turn Off.
The System Lockout screen is displayed.
5
Tap Off & Lock.
Your CLIÉ handheld turns off and locks.
To turn on your CLIÉ handheld, you must enter the correct password.
Note
The Graffiti® writing system will be displayed in System Lockout mode, even if you
were using the Decuma Input system.
You can drag the stylus from left to right on the status bar to switch the Silk screen area.
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Locking your CLIÉ handheld with a password (Data protection)
Setting your CLIÉ handheld to be locked automatically
You can set a time for your CLIÉ handheld to be locked automatically.
1
Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Turning off your CLIÉ handheld after
locking” on page 179.
2
Tap Never.
The Password screen is displayed.
3
Enter the password and tap OK.
The Lock Handheld screen is displayed.
4
Tap your choice from the list on the Lock Handheld screen.
• Never: Your CLIÉ handheld is not locked automatically.
• On power off: Your CLIÉ handheld is locked when it is turned off.
• At a preset time: Sets a time for your CLIÉ handheld to be locked
automatically.
• After a preset delay: Sets a time for your CLIÉ handheld to be
locked automatically if it is inactive for a preset time interval.
5
Tap OK.
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Protecting data
You can protect your data from unauthorized users by assigning a password.
Additionally, you can create private data which will not be shown even if a
password is entered.
Assigning a password
You can assign a password to protect your private data or to lock your CLIÉ
handheld.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Security icon on
the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Security screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the Security icon to display the Security screen.
2
Tap -Unassigned-.
The Password dialog box is displayed.
3
Enter a password.
Enter up to 29 alphanumeric characters (in the range a-z, 0-9).
4
Tap OK.
The Password dialog box is displayed.
5
Enter the password once again to verify it and tap OK.
Your password is assigned and -Assigned- is displayed on the screen in
step 2.
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Protecting data
Tip
In step 3, you can enter a hint to remember your password. The hint will be
displayed to remind you of the correct password if you enter an incorrect password.
Changing or deleting a password
You can change or delete the assigned password.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Security icon on
the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Security screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the Security icon to display the Security screen.
2
Tap -Assigned-.
The Password dialog box is displayed.
3
Enter the current password and tap OK.
The Password dialog box is displayed.
4
Enter a new password and tap OK.
To delete the password, tap Unassign.
If you forget your password
If you forget your password, you can delete it forcibly. However, note that
deleting the password forcibly also deletes all your private data. (If you
perform the HotSync® operation to synchronize with your computer, you can
restore your private data that has been backed up.)
1
In the above step 2, tap Lost Password.
The Delete Password dialog box is displayed.
2
Tap Yes.
Your password and private data are deleted.
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Protecting data
Hiding or masking private data
You can choose to hide or mask your private data in applications such as
Address Book or Memo Pad. To view the private data, you need to enter
the password. Even if the data is invisible, it is saved.
1
Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Security icon on
the Application Launcher screen and press the Jog Dial™
navigator.
The Security screen is displayed.
Tip
You can also tap the Security icon to display the Security screen.
2
Tap the arrow V next to Current Privacy to select Mask
Records or Hide Records.
The Mask Records screen or Hide Records screen is displayed.
3
Tap OK.
The private data becomes invisible.
When you select Hide Records
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Enhancing features
with add-on
applications
This chapter explains how to enhance features of your CLIÉ
handheld by installing applications from your computer,
Internet and storage media such as “Memory Stick” media.
Enhancing features with add-on
applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing from your computer . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing applications on storage media . . . .
Installing from the Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting installed add-on applications . . . . . .
186
187
187
189
189
190
Enhancing features with add-on applications
To install the applications from the supplied CD-ROM, refer to “Using
applications” of the “Read This First (Operating Instructions).”
You can enhance the features of your CLIÉ handheld by installing applications
such as games or other application that run on Palm OS (Add-on applications).
For the latest information on the applications that can be used in your CLIÉ
handheld, refer to your CLIÉ handheld support website.
For details of the website, refer to the URL shown on the last page of this
manual.
Note
As all the add-on applications installed on your CLIÉ handheld are temporarily saved in
the memory, all the add-on applications will be deleted when a hard reset is performed.
In this case, you would need to reinstall them on your CLIÉ handheld.
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Installing
Installing from your computer
You can install the applications of your computer into your CLIÉ handheld.
For details on how to install the applications that are supplied with your
CLIÉ handheld, refer to “Using applications” of the “Read This First
(Operating Instructions).”
1
Double click the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ icon on the
Windows desktop.
You can also click Start, select Programs (for Windows XP, select All
Programs), Sony Handheld, and click Palm Desktop for CLIÉ.
The Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software starts.
2
Click Install.
The Install Tool screen is displayed.
3
Select the user from the User list.
4
Click Add.
The Open dialog box is displayed.
The supplied applications are saved in the folder: Program Files/Sony
Handheld/Add-on.
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Installing
5
Select applications you want to install from the folder and
click Open.
A list of the selected applications is displayed on the Install Tool screen.
Click Remove to delete applications that you do not want to install. The
applications will be deleted from the list, but not from your computer.
6
Click Done.
The confirmation screen is displayed.
7
Click OK.
8
Perform the local HotSync® operation.
The applications selected in step 5 are installed into your CLIÉ handheld.
b For details on local HotSync®, refer to “Performing the HotSync® operation” on
page 66.
Displaying the Install Tool screen directly from the Start
menu in Windows
To display the Install Tool screen, click Start, select Programs (for
Windows XP, select All Programs), Sony Handheld, and click
Installation Tool. You can also double-click files that can be installed, such
as .prc or .pdb format files.
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Installing
Installing applications on storage media
Applications can be installed on storage media such as “Memory Stick” media
or CF memory card by the following methods:
• Install an application directly into “Memory Stick” media from your
computer using Data Import/Data Export.
• After step 5 of “Installing from your computer,” click Change
Destination. Select the application and click either >> or << to specify
Memory Stick or CompactFlash Card for the location to save the
application.
Notes on installing applications on storage media:
In some applications, related files such as image files or movie files cannot be
opened (played back).
In the procedure mentioned above, select Memory Stick or CompactFlash
Card and install the data or application onto the storage media you select by
the HotSync® operation. They are installed in /Palm/Launcher folder. Some
Sony applications only support data in the designated folder. The data installed
in /Palm/Launcher folder on storage media by the HotSync® operation
cannot be displayed in those applications.
In this case, delete the data or applications from the storage media using CLIE
Files.
Installing from the Internet
You can download applications from the CLIÉ handheld support website and
install them on your CLIÉ handheld.
For details of the website, refer to the URL shown on the last page of this
manual.
1
Download the applications you want to install in your
computer, from the Internet.
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Installing
2
Follow the instructions including readme files to install the
downloaded application in your CLIÉ handheld.
If there are no specific instructions, double-click the downloaded PRC
format (.prc) file and perform step 6 through 8 of “Installing from your
computer” on page 187.
Deleting installed add-on applications
Tip
You can only delete the applications that you installed yourself. Default applications,
such as Address Book and Memo Pad, cannot be deleted.
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The CLIE Launcher screen is displayed.
2
Tap the Delete
icon.
The Delete dialog box is displayed.
Tip
When the Use Drag&Drop check box on the CLIE Launcher Preferences
screen (page 27) is on, you can also delete an application by dragging its icon and
dropping it in the Delete
icon at the top right of the screen.
3
Tap the arrow V next to delete source to select Handheld
or storage media.
4
Tap the application you want to delete and tap Delete.
A confirmation message appears.
5
Tap Yes.
The application selected in step 4 is deleted.
To cancel deleting, tap No.
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Installing
6
Tap Done.
The Application Launcher screen is displayed.
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Transferring data from
another CLIÉ™
handheld
This chapter explains how to transfer data from your CLIÉ
handheld to another CLIÉ handhelds.
Transferring data from another CLIÉ™
handheld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193
Transferring data using the Palm™ Desktop for
CLIÉ software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193
Transferring data from another CLIÉ™
handheld
Notes
• You cannot transfer data from another CLIÉ handheld with Memory Stick Backup.
• You cannot transfer applications that you installed. You need to reinstall them to your
CLIÉ handheld.
• Some third party applications may operate only on your old CLIÉ handheld. For
details, contact the application manufacturer.
Transferring data using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
For data of the basic Palm OS® applications such as Address Book, Memo
Pad, To Do List, and Date Book, you can use the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ
software to transfer data from your old CLIÉ handheld to your new CLIÉ
handheld, by exporting and importing data.
Before you start transferring data, you need to perform the HotSync® operation
between your old CLIÉ handheld and the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software.
Your new CLIÉ handheld will need a new user name. Perform the HotSync®
operation following “Exchanging and updating files/data using the HotSync®
operation” on page 63. Then follow the steps below.
1
Double-click the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ icon on your
Windows desktop.
You can also click Start, select Programs (for Windows XP, select All
Programs), Sony Handheld, and click Palm Desktop for CLIÉ.
The Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software starts.
2
Select the user name of your previous CLIÉ handheld from
the list at the top right of the screen.
3
Click the icon of the application you want to copy.
4
Click Export, from the File menu.
5
Enter the file name and click Export.
The data of your old CLIÉ handheld is exported.
Change the location to save the application as needed.
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Transferring data from another CLIÉ™ handheld
6
Repeat step 3 through 5 to export data of other applications.
7
Select the user name of your new CLIÉ handheld from the
list at the top right of the screen.
Tip
If you have never performed the HotSync® operation with your new CLIÉ
handheld, select Users from the Tools menu. Click New in the Users screen and
enter the new user name.
Then select the user name you just entered.
8
Click Import, from the File menu.
9
Select the files you have exported in step 3 through 6 and
click Open.
10 Perform the HotSync® operation.
The data exported from your old CLIÉ handheld is copied onto your new
CLIÉ handheld.
Do not perform the HotSync® operation with the same
user name of other CLIÉ handhelds
If you perform a HotSync® operation between your new CLIÉ handheld and
the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software for your old CLIÉ handheld, and use
the old user name, then setup information specific to the old CLIÉ handheld
will be transferred with data. This may causes some problems. Similarly, if you
try performing the HotSync® operation with your old CLIÉ handheld,
problems may also arise. Do not transfer data by this method.
The screen to select the user name is displayed when
performing the HotSync® operation in your CLIÉ
handheld
Please enter a name that is different from the user name of the CLIÉ handheld
being used. If the same user name is used, the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ
software will not recognize your CLIÉ handheld properly and the data of the
respective models will be mixed or deleted.
Moreover, if you copy UnsavedPreference from another CLIÉ handheld to
your CLIÉ handheld, you will not be able to manage your CLIÉ handheld with
another name, since the user name is also copied.
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Transferring data from another CLIÉ™ handheld
Note on performing the HotSync® operation on another
CLIÉ handheld
When using a new CLIÉ handheld, install (overwrite) the Palm™ Desktop for
CLIÉ software supplied with the newly purchased CLIÉ handheld. Install this
without deleting the old Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software being used, from
your computer.
The new Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software will replace the old software,
except for the necessary features required by the old CLIÉ handheld.
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INDEX
Bluetooth™ function
A
Application
Add-on applications . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
Deleting the add-on applications . . .190
Enhancing the features . . . . . . . . . .186
Installing applications on storage
media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
Installing from the Internet . . . . . . . .189
Installing from your computer . . . . . .187
Quitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Application buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
Communicating with a Bluetooth™
compatible mobile phone . . . . . . . . 159
Exchanging files/data . . . . . . . . . . . 156
HotSync® operation using the
Bluetooth™ function . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Performing the wireless HotSync®
operation with a computer . . . . . . . 158
Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Turning on or off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
What you can do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78, 79, 80
Application Launcher screen
CLIE Launcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Palm OS standard screen . . . . . . . . . .28
Application manager icon
Beam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Delete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Archive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65, 105
Automatic power-off time . . . . . . . . .88
C
Calculator
Calculating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
functions of the Calculator
buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
Using the Calculator menus . . . . . . 168
CF compatible memory card . . . 14, 128
CLIE Files
B
Backing up data
Backing up data and applications to
“Memory Stick” media using Memory
Stick Backup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
Backing up data and applications to your
computer with the HotSync®
operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
Basic operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Beam Receive feature
Beaming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152
IR HotSync . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
Receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154
What you can do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151
Copying files/data on storage media to
your CLIÉ handheld . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Copying your CLIÉ handheld files/data to
storage media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Deleting files/data on storage
media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
Exchanging files/data without using
CLIE Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Menu items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
CLIE Launcher
Application manager icon . . . . . . . . .
CLIE Launcher group . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating a new group . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting a group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24
18
20
21
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Displaying information about
applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Locating the components . . . . . . . . . .17
Menu List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Ordering listed groups . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Selecting a group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Using Favorite Applications
(shortcuts) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Common menu items . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Communication device . . . . . . . . . . . .81
Conduit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103
Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
Customizing the full-screen pen stroke
activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
D
Data protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
Date Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Decuma Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42, 56
Digitizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
Dragging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
E
Entering text
Graffiti® writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Using Decuma Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
F
File Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
Finding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .169
Fonts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
G
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88, 89, 90, 91
Graffiti® writing
Graffiti character list . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Graffiti writing area . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Navigation strokes and
shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What is Graffiti writing? . . . . . . . . . .
45
52
54
44
H
Hide Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
HotSync
Assigning applications to HotSync
buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Customizing HotSync® application
settings (Conduit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Customizing HotSync® Manager startup
and HotSync® setup options . . . . . . 106
Performing the HotSync® operation . 66
Performing the HotSync® operation using
the Bluetooth™ function . . . . . . . . 110
Performing the HotSync® operation via a
modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Performing the HotSync® operation via a
network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Performing the HotSync® operation via
LAN (LANSync) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Performing the HotSync® operation with
the cradle (Local HotSync®) . . . . . . . 66
Performing the IR HotSync®
operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Synchronizing with external data
(File Link) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
What is the HotSync® operation? . . . 64
HotSync button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
HotSync® operation via a
modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
HotSync® operation via a
network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
I
IR port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26, 107, 151
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Preferences
J
Jog Dial™ navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
L
LANSync . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124
Locking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
Log-in scripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
M
Mask Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
Memory Stick Backup . . . . . . . . . . . .173
“Memory Stick” media
Protecting the files/data on “Memory
Stick” media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130
Using “Memory Stick” media . . . . . .128
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78, 79, 80
Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Date & Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Digitizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88, 89, 90, 91
Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Owner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
ShortCuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Private data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Protecting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
R
Restoring backup data and
applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174
S
N
Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Network Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
Numbers
Selecting a regional default . . . . . . . .87
O
Owner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
P
Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
Basic operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Locating components . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
Transferring data from another
CLIÉ handheld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193
Password
Changing or deleting . . . . . . . . . . . .183
If you forget your password . . . . . . .183
Service template . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92, 96
Setting up the Date & Time
preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
ShortCuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 54, 101
Sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Storage media
Assigning a name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Exchanging files/data . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Formatting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Starting an application . . . . . . . . . . 131
The type of storage media you can use
with your CLIÉ handheld . . . . . . . . . 128
Viewing information . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Stylus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
T
Tapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Transferring data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193
198
U
User name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103, 120
Using Favorite Applications (shortcuts)
Creating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Deleting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Using the Palm OS® standard screen
Changing the display style of the Palm
OS® standard screen . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Starting an application . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Switching to the CLIE Launcher
screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
V
View Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
199
For the latest information on support
and accessories,
check our official Sony CLIÉ website
For customers in the U.S.A. and Canada
http://www.sony.com/clie/
For customers in Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia,
Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan and
Thailand
http://vaio-online.sony.com/clie/
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