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Thank-you for purchasing My Magic Diary. Before trying to use it,
be sure to read this instruction manual carefully. Then keep this
manual in a safe place, so you can refer to it whenever you need to
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My Magic Diary can produce display messages in any one of five
languages: English, Spanish, Italian, German, and French. All of
the display messages shown in this manual are in English.
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Reset Operations... E-10
When My Magic Diary Does Not Work Correctly......E-12
About the “Check time!” Display serra. B-13
Low Battery Warning... E-13
Replacing Batteries SE
Auto Power Off Function N DT
Chapter 3. General Guide 040420. E 17
Displaying the Main Menu A E218
Main MEU circa Eee E-18
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Changing Modes tenon. ES 18
Using the FUNCTION Key …………………………E-19
Setting the System Language ..................................E-19
To Adjust the Display Contrast ................... E-20
To Switch the Key Input Tone On or Off..................E-20
Chapter 4. Entering Data eoneconcononenaccerereneonicos E21
Entering Letters and Numbers... … E-21
Switching Between Upper-and Lower Case Letters ..E-21
Entering Symbols and Other Characters................. E-22
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Entering Characters with the CODE Key ................E-24
Е Entering Icons (Schedule Mode Only) Morin E-25
“Changing Lines _....0.0.. 5.2 7 0 ......E-25
Rewriting Something You Have Just Typed .............E-25
To Delete a Character ……………'.……………………… E-25
To Insert a Character ………….….….….….…...…. s…….…......... E-26
Chapter 5. The Telephone Directory Modes ....E-27
Entering One of the Telephone Directory Modes...... E-27
The Fun Face Maker N 2
Entering Telephone Directory Data ......................... E-29
Pressing C/CLR or AC/ON peneana nene E
Automatic Sorting pnoneonaacene ano B-31
Recalling Telephone Directory Data ............. ee. E-31
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Timekeeping Mode ;
Home Time displays the current time where you are. World Time
shows the time in any of 29 zones around the globe. You can use 24-
hour or 12-hour format, and can Even specify daylight savings time.
E Alarm Mode
Lets you set alarms to the minute, for alarms to go off every
hour, or for a single time each day. You can also set the
Schedule Alarm and contro] the key input tone.
E Fortune Telling Mode
Once you have entered your birthday, you can check your
fortune today, or for any day. Have fun telling your
friend's fortune too.
Match Maker Mode
Tells you whether or not you are compatible with that
special someone.
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currencies (monies), or with combinations of currency
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Exchanges data with another unit. To communicate with a friend,
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| A = important data stored in memory. Also, be sure to perform the
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Маке back-up copies of important data! .
The electronic memory in My Magic Diary stores" and recalls
information quickly and easily. But thäf information is retained
only as long as power is supplied by the batteries. Should the
; batteries go dead, or should you remove both batteries at the same
| time, data stored in memory can be lost entirely. Data can also be
corrupted or lost due to a strong electrostatic charge, strong impact,
В > or extremes in temperature and humidity. All of this means that
E o you should always keep written back-up copies of important data.
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° Never expose the unit or batteries to direct heat or flame. .
* Avoid use or storage in very low temperatures. This may cause
display response to slow down or fail entirely. Very low tempera-
tures can also shorten battery life.
* Avoid use ог storage in very high temperatures, Even prolonged
Y Exposure to direct sunlight can damage the unit. Leaving it on
ne the dashboard of a closed car, or on a heater, is even worse.”
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* Avoid using or storing the unit where there is high humidity
or a lot of dust. Never allow liquids to come into contact
with the unit. | | - a
* Avoid dropping the unit or otherwise subjecting it to strong
impact.
* Never bend or twist the unit. Carrying it in your back pocket,
for instance, can subject My Magic Diary to abnormal bending
and twisting. о Ш Е 0
e Never try to take the unit apart.
< Do not press thé unit’s keys with a pen, pencil, or other sharp
object.
* To clean My Magic Diary, wipe it with a soft cloth. When
- necessary, You may wipe the exterior with a soft cloth that
has been dipped in a weak solution of a mild, neutral detergent
and water. E
* Never use strong liquid cleaners such as lacquer thinner or
benzine to clean the unit. |
+ In no event will CASIO or its suppliers be lable to you or any
other person for any damages, including any incidental or
. ‘consequential expenses, lost profits, lost savings, or any other
damages arising out of the use of this product.
Reset Operations
Two kinds of reset operations can be performed:
* All-reset operation deletes all data in memory.
* Secret-reset operation deletes only your password and the data
in the Secret Memory Area.
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* Do not use a very sharp pencil to press the RESET button.
Doing so can damage My Magic Diary. |
* Be sure to perform the all-reset operation before you use My
.. Magic Diary for the first time.
To Perform All-Reset:
1. Switch the power off.
2.. Remove the screw that holds the battery compartment cover in
place, then remove the battery compartment cover.
3. Press the RESET button on the back of My Magic Diary with a
thin, pointed object.
Press W to select “Reset,”.then press EXE.
Press € to select “Yes,” then press EXE.
The main menu will appear and all data will be deleted.
Replace the battery compartment cover and the screw that
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pressed the RESET button, select “Exit,” then press EXE.
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* Perform the steps described under “To Perform All-reset” above,
but select “Del Secret Data” in place of “Reset” in step 4.
Following are the initial settings produced by the all-reset
operation: . .-. EN
Home Time Zone: London (LON).
Home Time Setting: 12:00 AM, January 1, 1990
World Time: New York (NYC) * 2
12/24-Hour Clock: 12-Hour Clock ~
Alarm: OFF:
Alarm Time: 12:00 AM
Hourly Time Signal: OFF
Key Input Tone: ON E TT
Date Format: Month/Day/Year _
Language: English © o >
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When My Magic Diary Does Not Work
Correctly ... |
If My Magic Diary is jolted by a strong electrostatic charge or by
Severe impact, it may not work properly. In such a case, perform the
following operation:
1. Remove the screw that holds the battery compartment cover in
place and remove the battery compartment cover.
Press the RESET button with a thin, pointed object.
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3. Look for the message, “Exit,” to be highlighted on the display.
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display.
About the “Check time!” Display
. Press EXE. Now the message, "Check time!” should be on the
When the message, “Check timet” appears on the display, press any
key to display the current time. Make sure My Magic Diary has the
correct time before performing any other operation. If the setting is
not correct, use the procedure on page E-58 to change it.
Low Battery Warning
The message, “Main Battery Getting Weak! Replace it!” appears
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whenever battery power drops below a certain level. Replace the
main battery immediately after this message appears.
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Whenever the low battery warning message appears, the OFF key
will be the only function that works. If you don't turn the unit off
yourself, power will switch off automatically about 30 seconds after
the low battery warning appears.
Replacing Batteries
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This unit is powered by two batteries, both of which are type
CR2032. One is
the main battery, and the other is the back-up
battery. The main battery provides power for normal operations:
The back-up battery protects data stored in memory. ”
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Memory contents are lost when both the main battery and the
back-up battery are removed. ‘Be sure always to leave one of the
batteries in place to protect memory contents. . If, however, you
remove the main battery for any time, memory retention will
depend entirely on the condition of the back-up battery. Over a
long period of time with just the back-up battery in place,
memory contents are likely to be damaged. If memory seems
corrupted, clear i
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Incorrect use of batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly
damaging the interior of My Magic Diary.” Note the following
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Be sure that the positive (+) side of each battery is facing up, so
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Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.
Remove the batteries if you expect not to be using My Magic
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To avoid damage to the unit from leaky batteries, replace the
main battery at least every five years, and the back-up battery
every three vears. Batteries should be replaced no matter how
much you use the unit during that time.
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Keep batteries out of the reach of small chil
Never try to recharge the batteries supplied with My Magic
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consult a physician immediately.
To Replace the Main Battery:
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Switch power off, remove the screw that holds the battery
compartment cover in place, then remove the battery compart-
ment cover, (Figure 1) |
Slide the tab on the main battery in the direction indicated
by the arrow. (Figure 2) — TN a
Insert a thin, pointed, non-metallic object into (A) and remove
the old battery. (Figure 3) . | -
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4. Wipe the surfaces of a new battery with a soft, dry cloth. Insert
the new battery into the My Magic Diary, making sure that its
positive (+) side is facing up (so that you can see it).
5. Slide the tab on the main battery back into position.
6. Replace the battery compartment cover and the screw that
secures it in place.
To Replace the Back-Up Battery:
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2.
Switch power off, remove the screw that holds the battery
compartment cover in place, then remove the battery compart-
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Remove the screw that holds the back-up battery cover in place.
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HO ST " о 4. Replace the back-up battery cover and secure it in place with
В re Е 205 its screw. Press down on the cover as you replace the screw,
Co co e UN e E ; 4 5. Replace the battery compartment cover and the screw that
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This function automatically switches off the power if you do not
touch any of the unit's keys for about six minutes. To restore
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If you do not tou h any keys for six minutes while entering or
editing data, setting the current time, or setting an alarm time,
power cuts off without storing the data. В
If you have set an alarm to go off, and the unit has been shut down
by auto power off, the alarm will sound anyway at its
appropriate time, - °
SEARCH Keys
Timekeeping
Mode Key *
Cursor Keys
FUNCTION Key
Display
CODE
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Connector
Terminal
OFF Key
EXE Key
SPACE/Return Key
Clear Key
AC/ON Key
In this manual, all references to the HOME TIME/WORLD
TIME key are indicated by TIME.
Displaying the Main Menu
The main menu appears on the display when you switch the power
on. Whenever you are viewing any other screen, you can always
press MENU to return to the main menu.
Main Menu
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Menu Icons
@ Telephone Directory ® Calculator Mode
School and Business Mode @ Conversion Mode
@ Telephone Directory Alarm Mode
Personal Mode O Data Memo “Diary” Mode
@ Schedule Mode Fortune Telling Mode
@ Calendar Mode @ Match Maker Mode
© Secret Memory Area
Changing Modes
To change modes:
1. Display the main menu.
2. The icon of the current mode is highlighted on the display. Use
A. V, <<. and > to select another menu icon. |
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To enter the Timekeeping Mode, press TIME key. You cannot select
this mode from the main menu.
Using the FUNCTION Key
To view the function menu, press FUNCTION,
To select a function:
1. Use A or Y to highlight the function you want to choose.
2. Press EXE.
If another function menu appears repeat steps 1 and 2.
To backstep to a previous display, press FUNCTION.
To exit the function menu, press AC.
Setting the System Language
My Magic Diary can produce display messages in any one of five
languages: English, Spanish, Italian, German, and French,
although, the display messages shown in this manual are in
English.
To set the system to another language:
1. Display the main menu.
2. Press FUNCTION, then use A or Y to highlight “Language.”
Press EXE.
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To Adjust the Display Contrast
1. Display the main menu. o
2. To darken the figures on the display, press A. To make them
lighter, press V.
To Switch the Key Input Tone On or Off
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3. Press FUNCTION. Then use Y to highlight “Sound.” Press
EXE.
4. Use Y to highlight "Key Tone.” Use € and P to switch the key
tone on and off. Press EXE.
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You can enter letters, symbols, and other characters in Telephone
Directory Mode, Schedule Mode, Data Memo “Diary” Mode, and
Conversion Mode. You can enter numbers in all modes.
Entering Letters and Numbers
Press the keys marked with the alphabetic and numeric characters
that you want to enter. Each key is used for two different
characters. Press the ALPHA/NUM key to switch between alpha-
betic and numeric Input. When My Magic Diary is in alphabetic
mode, “©” is shown on the display. In numeric mode, “@" is shown.
Example: 48 ALPHA mode: R
(R) NUM mode: 4
Switching Between Upper- and Lower-
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The unit's default setting uses lower-case letters. To type a single
upper-case letter, press SHIFT before typing the letter. An*@" will
appear on the display while the keys are shifted to upper case.
If you want to type many upper-case (capitalized) letters, press
FUNCTION; then use A or Y to highlight “CAPS;” then press EXE.
When “CAPS” has been selected, “EM” appears on the display.
To return to lower-case letters, perform the same operation again
to cancel "EX", | To
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NN “EN” are in use, press SHIFT before typing the letter,
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Entering Symbols and Other Characters
To type a period, or +, —, X, +, and %, set My Magic Diary to
numeric mode and press the keys marked with the symbols you
wish to type. To enter a space, press SPACE. a |
Entering Symbols and Letters with the
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Select the “Syribols” option on the function menu to use any of
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1. Press FUNCTION. Use A to highlight “Symbols.” Press EXE.
2. Use A, Y, <. and to highlight the symbol or letter you want
to use.
3. Press EXE.
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Another way to type in foreign language characters is to use the
CODE key in combination with other keys. The following table
shows the characters that can be typed with the CODE key.
Key Operation Input
. CODE 1 [A,E,1,O,U] â, é, i, 6, ü
. CODE 2 [A,E,1,O,U] à, è, i, à, ù и
CODE 3 [AE OU] > 4,816 0
CODE 4 [A E,1,O,U] i810, 0
| CODE 5 [A,N, O] año
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CODE 7 - ¢
CODE 8 В
All of the characters in this table, except for B (created with
CODE 8), can also be typed as capitals. Simply use the SHIFT key
or select "CAPS,” as described on page E-21.
If you use a CODE key with a character not shown in the table
above, this will simply produce that character as it normally
appears.
"Entering Icons (Schedule Mode Only)
There are 36 icons available for use only in Schedule Mode. See
page E-35 for a list of these icons. To use one of them:
1. Press FUNCTION. Then use A to highlight “Icons.” Press EXE.
2. Use A.V, 4 and P to highlight the icon you want to use. Use
À and V to change screens.
3. Press EXE.
Changing Lines
To change to the next line while entering data, press SHIFT, then
№]. А “+!” will appear on the display.
Rewriting Something You Have Just
Typed
Use A. Y, 4 and P to move the cursor to a character you want
to change, then simply write over it.
To Delete a Character
1. Use A, W, €, and » to move the cursor to the character you
want to delete.
2. Press SHIFT,
3. Press 4 (DEL).
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There are two Telephone Direc-
tory Modes: school/business (7 —
and personal. In each, in addi-
tion to names and addresses,
you can include Fun Faces ofthe
people whose names and ad-
dresses you want to keep. The
two Telephone Directory Modes
work exactly alike; having two
simply allows you to keep two
Separate lists, if you want. Each listing in either directory can
include text of up to 380 characters. My Magic Diary sorts names
automatically. Enter the last name to quickly find your name.
Entering One of the Telephone
Directory Modes |
Enter the Telephone Directory Modes from the main menu.
1. Highlight either the school/business directory icon or the
personal directory icon.
2. Press EXE.
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To switch between a display which shows only data, and
a display showing a picture along with the data, press EXE
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The Fun Face Maker
TA The Fun Face Maker function lets you combine various facial
- features to create portraits of the people whose names, addresses,
and phone numbers you store in one of your telephone directories.
Each facial feature is numbered for easy identification. The
following table shows how many variations are available for each
feature.
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] So that you can learn how to make your own directory entries, we'll
take a sample directory listing step by step. We'll enter a listing for
Eric Jackson:
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570 Casio Avenue
Seattle WA 90904
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1. Go into one of the phone directories, as described above.
2. Type: JACKSON SPACE ERIC EXE
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6. To change the face shown on the display, use A or Y. Then
press EXE. - o e
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10. “Name?” now appears on the display, to prompt input of the
next directory listing.
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If you attempt to store more data than there is room for, the
message, "Memory Full!” will appear on the display. Further input
will be impossible. If this happens, press AC/ON to clear the
message. Then delete unnecessary data (see page E-74), and try
entering the data again.
If you press AC/ON or C/CLR during data display, “Name?” will
appear on the display.
If you press C/CLR while entering data, the screen that requests,
“Name?,” “Number?,” or “Address etc.,” will reappear, If you press
AC/ON while you are entering data, “Name?” will appear on the
display.
Automatic Sorting
All of the listings you enter in a directory are automatically sorted
alphabetically, by name. See the table on page E-87 for the sort
sequence,
Recalling Telephone Directory Data
There are two ways to recall telephone directory
data:
* sequential search
* initial character search.
To recall data using sequential search:
1. Enter the school/business or personal directory mode.
2. Use A and V to search through your listings, one after
another alphabetically.
Ifyou hold down A or V, the My Magic Diary will scroll through
your directory at high speed.
If you have no entries recorded in the directory, the message, “No
У Record!” will appear on screen.
To recall data using initial character search:
; 1. Enter the school/business or personal directory mode.
o 2. Typeinthe first few letters of a listed name. For example, to find
- a Jackson Eric type: J A C K. Then press A ог V.
If you press V, the unit will display the first directory listing
with the initial characters that you typed. If you press À, the unit
will display the last directory listing with the initial characters
that you typed. ; ВЕ CL
You may find Eric Jackson, in our example, on the first try. Oryou
may also have listings for Wolfman Jack and President Andrew
Jackson. You would then find one of those entries first. depending
on whether you touched À or V.
You can use up to 16 characters in an initial character search. So,
you could also type in Eric Jackson's entire name, to narrow down
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“Not Found!" will appear on the display. If this happens, press
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the search. Then you might want to try again with a different
spelling; maybe you forgot exactly how you spelled the name when
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schedule of classes, homework
appointments, etc. You can
record the date, time, and type of
appointment for each listing,
Dates on which you have sched-
uled things are automatically
marked on th: calendar (page
E-40). You can also use the
main menu to see if you have
had an appointment today.
Entering the Schedule Mode
There are two main ways to get into the Schedule Mode: directly, or
through the Calendar Mode.
To go directly into Schedule Mode:
* On the main menu, highlight the Schedule Mode icon. Then
press EXE. Appointments scheduled for the current date will
be shown on screen.
To enter the Schedule Mode quickly, by way of
the Calendar Mode:
* On the main menu, highlight the Calendar Mode icon. Then
press EXE twice. The first time you press EXE, it will put you
in Calendar Mode; the second time, it will put you in Schedule
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* While in the Calendar Mode, select a date With the calendar's
date cursor. (See page E-46, “To move the Date Cursor. ”) Then
press EXE. You will enter the Schedule Mode for the date you
have selected, with appointments shown on screen.
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To display the data below, press Y. Ва т
The display in Schedule Mode.” Days that you have noted
as holidays are enclosed in << >>, You can decide on your
own date format in the Timekeeping Mode — see page E-59,
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Icons
The Schedule Mode gives you a selection of sm
so that you can understand af'a glance wha
have scheduled for any day. All of the available icons are shown
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Entering Schedule Data
Let's say you want to note that you have a birthday party to attend
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17, 1993. You're supposed to be there a
mornins and the party should run till about 3:00 in the afternoon.
We ve got a good icon for birthday parties: LE . |
When you enter the Schedule Mode, the display looks like this:
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When there is an appointment scheduled for the displayed date.
Specifying a Date
The first thing you need to do, in order to schedule that party, is tell
My Magic Diary the date when it will happen. There are two ways
to do this: —
* Scrolling
* Direct input.
To select a date using the scrolling method:
* Use À and V to scroll past the days until the date you want
is displayed. _——° В o "U
LINA a E To select a date using the direct input method:
RASE Tg A LE 1. Press FUNCTION. Then use A or Y to highlight “Date”. Press
EXE.
2. Type in the desired date, within the format you've chosen in
Timekeeping Mode (see page E-59). For our birthday party —
youdtype: 07171993 Then press EXE.
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Using an Icon
The next step in scheduling our party would be to enter an
appropriate icon for quick reference. To do this:
1. Press FUNCTION. Then use A to highlight “Icons”.
2. PressEXE. 2 | +
3. Press A, Y, 4, and P until you have highlighted = .
4. Press EXE. | Do |
Describing the Event “ 2 =
Now you'll want lo type ina verbal description of the event. You can
use up to 372 characters for the description. If you input three or
more lines of text, the topmost line will scroll off the top of the
display, and “4” will be displayed in the screen's upper left corner.
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For our party, type in: BIRTH DAY SHIFT PARTY EXE.
Specifying the Time
Type in the desired time, within the format you've chosen in
Timekeeping Mode (see page E-59). For our birthday party — and
assuming you've chosen this format in Timekeeping — you'd type:
” .
2. If you have set the My Magic Diary for 12-hour timekeeping,
you'll need to press AM/PM until the display reads “11:00 am.”
3. You don't need to specify an end time. But, since we want to
do so here, type in 0300, if you are on 12-hour timekeeping,
and then press AM/PM until the display reads “3:00 pm.”
If you are on 24-hour timekeeping, type in 1500. In either
case, afterwards press EXE,
4. “Schedule?” will appear on the display. My Magic Diary is
asking if you would like to schedule another appointment,
since you're done scheduling this one.
Pressing C/CLR or AC/ON
If you attempt to store more data than there is room for, the
message, “Memory Full!” will appear on the display. Further input
will be impossible. If this happens, press AC/ON to clear the
message. Then delete unnecessary data (see page E-74), and try
entering the data again. |
If you press AC/ON or C/CLR during data display, “Schedule?” will
appear on the display.
If you press C/CLR while entering data, the screen that requests,
“Schedule?,” “Time?,” will reappear. If you press AC/ON while you
are entering data, “Schedule?” will appear on the display.
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| : т Fa —_ ) Ш | - | | | You can set an alarm to sound for 20 seconds at the time of any
appointment. See page E-65 for details on switching alams on and
off.
Automatic Sorting
Appointments noted on a day, but without a time assigned, are
located at the beginning of that day's schedule. When the day and
starting time of two appointments are the same, they are shown in
the order in which they were entered.
Appointment Markers
Dates with appointments are marked on the calendar display (see
page E-45) as shown below. НЕ
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Morning and afternoon appointments
No appointment time
Another sort of marker for your appointments appears in the main
menu on days when you have something scheduled. It is the
message, “CHECK SCHED." Be sure to check your schedule when
you notice this marker.
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My Magic Diary offers five ways to recall Schedule Mode informa-
tion:
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* daily sequential search
° appointment sequential search
. initial character and icon search
e calendar search
* date search. ;.-
To recall data using daily sequential search:
1. Go into the Schedule Mode.
2. Use A and V to scroll through the days. Holding down either
key lets you scroll at high speed.
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search: |
1. Enter the Schedule Mode.
2. Press SHIFT, then press A or V. This will jump to the next
To recall data using appointment sequential
date on which you have something scheduled,
* When you've jumped past the last date with appointments
scheduled, the message "Not Found!” will appear on the dis- °
play. To return the screen to the way it was before you began
the search, press « or №. | | |
If no schedule data is stored for any date, the message, “No
Record!” will appear on screen. : ВЕ
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To recall data using initial character and icon
search:
1. Enter the Schedule Mode.
2. Select either an icon or a written description of an event to
search for. To search for an icon, press FUNCTION, press A to
highlight “Icons,” and then use A, Y, <, and > to highlight
« - the desired icon. Then press EXE. To search for a written
description of the event, type in up to 16 characters that you
remember using in describing the appointment. For example,
to search for our July 17 birthday party, you could type:
BIRTHDAY.
You can also search for data by specifying both an icon and
initial character. When you do, be sure to specify the icon first.
3. Press A or V tostart the search. Pressing V causes My Magic
Diary to search for the nearest date in the future. Pressing A
| causes the unit to search for the most recent date in the past.
TT No | | | | RE Both future and past, for this operation, are relative to
o | a whatever date My Magic Diary is displaying, in Schedule Mode,
e when you begin to search. This need not be the same as the
A actual, present date. |
4. If the appointment data you have specified can’t be found, the
message "Not Found!” will appear on the display. To return the
screen to the way it was before you began the search, press 4
or >. You can edit your search data and try again.
* While a search is in progress, the indicator, “EZE39” is shown
on the display.
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1. On the main menu, highlight the Calendar Mode icon, then
press EXE.
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2. To view appointment information for any date, move the
cursor to highlight that date on the calendar, See page E-46 for
details on moving the date cursor.
3. Press EXE. The appointment information for the selected date
will be shown.
* Ifyouwish to view appointment information for other dates, you
Can press A or V to scroll through each day
To recall data using date search:
1. Go into the Schedule Mode.
2. Press FUNCTION, then use A or Y to highlight “Date.” Press
EXE.
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3. Type in the desired date. The date format you use depends on
what you have already specified in Timekeeping Mode (page
E-59). Then press EXE.
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you can press A or V to scroll through each day.
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display monthly calendars from
January, 1901, to December,
2099. You can highlight any
holidays you wish. You can also
use the calendar to check your
schedule. a |
Entering the Calendar Mode
To go into the Calendar Mode from the main menu, highlight the
Calendar Mode icon, then press EXE.
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- о 2 3. Press EXE’ The calendar for the month you have specified
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date you have specified.
To move the Date Cursor
Use A. Y. 4. and Dto move the date cursor.
Highlighting Dates on
Be careful! My Magic Diary lets you highlight individual days.
(The day of a birthday party, for example.) It also lets you highlight
days that occur every week, for any defined period (every Sunday,
for example). If you highlight a recurring day of the week,
however, My Magic Diary automatically unhighlights any
individually chosen days within the same period. Therefore, be
sure to set highlights for recurring holidays BEFORE you set
individually highlighted days. In other words, highlight your
birthday only after you have highlighted every Sunday.
* 6 bytes of memory are used for each month that contains
highlighted dates (see page E-85).
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1. Go into the Calendar Mode.
2. Press FUNCTION, then use A or Y to hichlight “Holi i
Press EXE. ighlight “Holiday Set.
3. Use A to highlight “1 Day.” Press EXE. The “Sal” indicator
will appear on the display.
4. Move the date cursor to the date you wi h a
press EXE. —. you wish to highlight, then
ps LÉ = e e , e a 5. If you wish to highlight another day, repeat only step 4
CRT en 6. To complete day-highlighting, press AC/ON.
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6. Specify the days of the week that you want to highlight by
using À and V to move among days. Then use 4 and P to
select “Y” (yes) or “N” (no). When finished, press EXE.
Removing Highlighted Dates
To unhighlight a single day, use the same procedure as decribed
under, “To highlight one day.” Move the date cursor to the date
you want to unhighlight, and press EXE. В
ific period, use
To unhighlight the same day every week, for a specif
the same procedure as described under, “To highlight the same
day every week, for a specific period.” Select “N” (no) for the day
that you want to unhighlight, and press EXE.
To remove all highlights, use the same procedure as described
under, “To highlight the same day every week, for a specific
period.” Specify the period as January, 1901, to December, 2099.
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The Data Memo “Diary” Mode
lets you store memos that are up
to 381 characters long.
To enter the Data Memo “Diary”
Mode, highlight the Data Memo
> “Diary” Mode icon in the main
menu, then press EXE.
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That's it; a short memo. Here's how it's done:
1. Enter the Data Memo “Diary” Mode from the main menu.
2. Type: HIKING SPACE TRIP EXE
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ТУР T E D SPACE S U Z Y SPACE A N D SPACE |
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Then use A to highlight “Symbols.” Press EXE. Use
A, Y, «€ and P to highlight the exclamation point
> ("1"). Press EXE twice.
4. The message, “Item Name?” will prompt you to type in the
next data item.
Pressing C/CLR or AC/ON
If you attempt to store more data than there is room for, the
“ "wi | . Further input
message, “Memory Full!” will appear on the display
will be impossible. If this happens, press AC/ON to clear the
A message. Then delete unnecessary data (see page E-74), and try
3 да entering the data again. Е > >. ;
A If you press AC/ON or C/CLR during data display, “Item Name?”
will appear on the display.
If you press AC/ON while you are entering data, “Item Name?”
will appear on the display. Ifyou press C/CLR while entering data,
the screen that requests, “Item Name?,” or “Data?” will reappear.
Data are automatically sorted alphabetically by the initial letters
entered as the Memo Name. See the table on page E-87 for the
sort sequence.
Recalling Data
There are two ways to recall data:
* sequential search
* Initial character search.
To recall data using sequential search:
1. Enter the Data Memo “Diary” Mode.
2. Use A and V to search for the data you want. Holding down
A or V scrolls at high speed. |
3. If no data have been stored, “No Record!” will be displayed on
screen.
To recall data using initial character search:
1. Enter the Data Memo “Diary” Mode.
2. Type in up to 16 characters, They should be the initial
characters of the data item you wish to find. For example, to
find the data item we entered at the beginning of this
chapter, type: H!K ING. a
3. Press A or V to find either the last (A) or the first ( VJ of the
data items whose initial characters match those you typed in.
4. If the data you have specified can't be found, the message
"Not Found!” will appear on the display. To return the screen
to the way it was before you began the search, press «< or ».
You can edit your search data and try again.
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If you store telephone directory,
schedule, and memo data in the
Secret Memory Area, no one can
view this information without
entering the right password. A
password can be up to 16 char-
acters long. With the correct
password, you can transfer data
back and forth between the Se-
cret Memory Area and the Open
Memory Area.
To create a Secret Memory Area:
1. On the main menu, highlight the Secret Memory Area icon.
Press EXE.
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2. Type ina password. A password can be composed of up to 16
characters, numbers, or symbols. Choose a password that is
easy for you to remember, but hard for others to guess; you'll
want to write it down elsewhere, so you don't forget it.
Password
Registered!
4. Retum to the Open Memory Area, by highlighting the Secret
Memory Area icon in the main menu. then pressing EXE. The
Secret Memory Area indicator (wg) will disappear from the
isplay. |
Warning!
You can have only one password at a time. Be sure to keep a record
of your password; ifyou forget it, you'll need to perform a secret reset
operation before you can create a new one. The secret reset
operation deletes all data stored in the Secret Memory Area! So it
can be very inconvenient to forget your password!
To enter the Secret Memory Area:
To enter the Secret Memory Area, follow the same procedure we just
used to create the Secret Memory Area. If you use the wron
password, the message, “Password Mismatch!” will appear on the
display, and the password input screen will reappear.
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But all of the
information you input is stored in the Secret Memory Area, avail-
able only to those who know the password.
To leave the Secret Memory Area, follow step 4 in “To create a Secret
Memory Area,” above,
To change your password:
1. Enter the Secret Memory Area (be sure the Secret Memory Area
indicator is displayed) and display the main menu. |
2. Press FUNCTION. Use Y to highlight “Password Change.”
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Press EXE.
Password Change
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3. Type ina new password, then press EXE.
To transfer data from the Open Memory Area to
the Secret Memory Area:
1. Bring up the information you wish to transfer, from a schedule,
Data Memo “Diary”, telephone directory, etc.
2. Press FUNCTION. Then use A or Y to highlight “Open +
Secret.” Press EXE.
3. Enter your password, then press EXE.
4. When the data transfer is complete, the Secret Memory Area
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however, ask for your password as part of the process. After your
data have been transferred to the Open Memory Area, the display
will change to show that area, and the “0” indicator will not be
displayed anymore.
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You may have noticed the HOME 7—
TIME /WORLD TIME key on My NN
Magic Diary. We'll refer to it 7
simply as the TIME key through-
out this manual. Home Time DJ О 7
shows you the current date and 7
time where you live, while World
Time displays the current date
and time in one of 29 time zones
around the world.
The Timekeeping Mode also lets
you specify any of three formats for the date.
Entering the Timekeeping Mode
To enter the Timekeeping Mode, press TIME. Whenever you press
TIME, the display switches between the Home Time and World Time
screens.
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Before making any changes in any other time and date settings, be
sure your Home Time zone is set correctly.
Setting the Home Time Zone
The initial Home Time zone setting produced by the all-reset
operation (see page E-11) is known around the
; world as Greenwich
Mean Time or Universal Time. It is the time zone that includes
London, England. Ifyou live in an |
. y other time zone, you'll prob
want to change the Home Time zone setting. DO
To change the Home Time zone:
1. Press TIME until the display shows Home Time. -
2. Press FUNCTION. Then use Y to highli , | |
PressEXE.. 0°. OTE 'ent Zone Change.
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and other Home Time zone. The unit
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a ВЕ В ‘ Ш | E. В shown in the city code table on page E-62.
o a 4. When the display shows the city code for Home Time zone you
want to select, press EXE.
Setting the Date and Time
To set the date and time:
1. Press TIME until the display shows Home Time. Be sure you
are not on Worid Time. |
2. Press FUNCTION. Then use A or V to highlight “Time Set.
Press EXE.
NEW YORK
07/16/1993
07:20 om
The hour digit is flashing. allowing you to change the hour
setting.
Jo TY PC OT OIC CUI ret une ari dare: Lers say itis 10:30 AM, on
August 9, 1993. Type in: 103008091 993.
4. Use € or > to cause each detail of the time and date setting
to flash, allowing you to change just that detail.
5. If you are using the 12-hour time format, be sure to specify
AM or PM by pressing AM/PM.
6. After properly setting all details ofthe time and date. pressEXE.
Pressing EXE resets the seconds count to 00.
To change the date format:
1. Press TIME until the display shows Home Time.
2. Press FUNCTION. Then use A or Y tohighlight “Date Format.”
Press EXE. ;
3. Use A or Y to highlight either “Month/Day/Year,” “Day/
Month/Year,” or “Year/Month/Day.” These determine the
order in which My Magic Diary will always show the date.
When you have chosen the setting you prefer, press E
Setting the World Time Zone
The initial World Time zone setting produced by the all-reset
operation (see page E-11) is U.S. Eastern Standard Time. Itis the
time zone. that includes New York City os
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To change the World Time zone: |
1. Be sure you have already set the Home Time,
2. Press TIME until the display shows World Time.
3. Use 4 or » cycle among all of the possible city codes,
denoting different World Time zones. Zones cycle through the
sequence shown in the city code table on page E-62.
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calculated, based on the Home Time setting.
Other Time and Date Functions
- To switch between 12-hour timekeeping (using
AM and PM) and 24-hour timekeeping (using
- Numbers from 13 to 23 for PM hours):
= 1. Press TIME to display either Home Time or World Time.
2. Press FUNCTION. Then use A or V to highlight “12/24
“ - Hours.” Press EXE.
To switch to or from Daylight Savings Time:
1. Press TIME to display either Home Time or World Time,
whichever you wish to change to or from Daylight Savings Time.
2. Press FUNCTION. Then press A to highlight “DST ON/OFF.”
Then press EXE.
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The following table shows all of the city codes used by My Magic
Diary, the name of each corresponding city, and the time difference
between each city/zone and Greenwich Mean Time.
You can set My Magic Diary's
alarm to go off for 20 seconds at
the same time every day. Or you
can set the Hourly Time Signal,
so that My Magic Diary beeps
every hour on the hour. The
alarm can be set for your Home
Time or for any of the World Time
zones. |
Enter the Alarm Mode from the
city Time
Code City Name |Differ- Other Cities in Zone
ence
— 11 HGMT- 11} — 11 Midway
HNL | Honolulu — 10
ANC | Anchorage — 09
LAX | Los Angeles |- 08 San Francisco, Seattle, Las Vegas
DEN | Denver ” — 07 El Paso
CHI | Chicago — 06 Dallas, Mexico City, Houston
NYC | New York -05 Washington D.C.. Boston,
Montreal
CCS | Caracas — 04 Santiago
RIO | Rio de Janeiro |- 03 Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires
—2H | (GMT - 2) — 02
— 1H |(GMT- 1) — 01 Azores
LON | London 00 Greenwich Mean Time, Lisbon
PAR | Paris +01 Rome, Madrid, Amsterdam, Berlin
CAI | Cairo + 02 Athens, Helsinki, Beirut
JRS | Jerusalem + 02
JED |Jeddah +03 Kuwait, Nairobi
THR {Teheran + 03:30] Abadan, Shiraz
DXB | Dubai +04 Abu Dhabi
KBL | Kabul + 04:30
KHI {Karachi +05
DEL | Delhi + 05:30| Bombay, Calcutta, Colombo
DAC | Dhaka + 06 |
RGN {Yangon + 06:30
BKK | Bangkok + 07 Jakarta, Hanoi
HKG | Hong Kong + 08 Beijing, Taipei, Singapore, Manila
TYO | Tokyo —1+09 Seoul, Pyongyang
ADL | Adelaide + 09:30| Darwin
Sydney + 10 Guam
Noumea +11 Port vila
main menu by highlighting the Alarm Mode icon. Then press EXE.
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City Name — NEW YORK
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1. Enter the Alarm Mode.
2. Press FUNCTION. Use A to highlight “Alarm Time Set.” Press
. EXE.
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to a desired setting.
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3. Type in a desired time. For example, for 7:30, type: 07 30.
4. Use 4 or № to move the flashing detail selector.
5. Hfyouare using the 12-hour format, be sure to specify AM or PM
-- by pressing AM/PM. |
6. Press EXE. The alarm will automatically switch on.
By setting the alarm zone, you can set an alarm for another time
zone. This may help you make a long-distance phone call, for
example, at an agreed-upon time.
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To set the alarm zone:
1. Enter the Alarm Mode.
2. Press FUNCTION, then use A or V to highlight “Alarm Zone
Set.” Then press EXE.
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3. Use € or > to change the alarm zone. Then press EXE, and
the alarm will automatically switch on. |
You can switch the alarm and hourly time signal
on and off. To do so: | |
1. Enter the Alarm Mode. * * | = О
2. Press FUNCTION. Use Y to highlight “Sound.” Press EXE. |
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3. Use A or Y to highlight one of the features shown in the |
illustration above. Use € or > to switch the features on or off, ~~
4. Press EXE. This will store the settings you've just made.
Tostopa sounding alarm, press any key on My Magic Diary.
My Magic Diary is programmed
to calculate the six currency
conversions shown below. You
will have to enter the current
rates for these conversions,
though, since they change fre-
quently. Once you have entered
the current rate, you can calcu-
late currency ccnversions with
the touch of a key. You can also
edit the built-in currency names
(see page E-73).
Built-In Currency Conversions
Built-in Rates
$1.=£05 $ 1. = Lit 1000.
$1.=DM15 ° $ 1. = Pts 100. +
$ 1. = FFr 5. $ 1. = Y 100.
For information about programming in currency conversions not
shown here, see page E-73, “Changing a Currency.”
The built-in conversions have been assigned pre-programmed
rates. If you perform a conversion without changing the preset rate,
the message, "NOTICE! Change Preset Rates Before Using!” will
appear on the display. This is because the preset rates are unlikely
to remain accurate for long, and should not be relied upon to be
corrected. Press any key to clear the message.
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Enter the Conversion Mode from the main menu by highlighting
the Conversion Mode icon. Then press EXE.
To set conversion rates:
1. Enter the Conversion Mode.
2. Use the A and V keys to choose a conversion.
3. Press FUNCTION, then use A or Y to highlight “Rate Set.”
Then press EXE. a
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4. Type in a new value for the conversion rate in U.S. dollars.
For example, the preset value for $1 is 1,000 Italian lire. Set a
realistically complex rate, such as 1489. Then press EXE.
5. You may find that the stored conversion rate is acceptable. In
- that case, simply type in No new amount, in step 4. Just press
EXE. This will leave the rate as it was. =~
To convert U.S. dollars into foreign currency:
1. Enter the Conversion Mode. EE
2. Usethe À and V keys to choose the conversion you need. For
example, choose U.S. dollars into French francs. The display
will show the stored value for this conversion: the preset value
here is $1 = FFr5.
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Type in the amount in U.S. dollars that you wish to convert to
foreign currency. To continue our example, say you want to
convert $98.50 to French francs. Type: 98.5. Then press
EXE.
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$ 98.
To convert foreign currency into U.S. dollars:
1.
2.
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Enter the Ceaversion Mode. Nic ah Ns
Use the A and V keys to choose the conversion you need.
Actually, the display only shows the inverse of the conversion
you need. For example, choose U.S. dollars into French
francs, though you may want to convert francs into dollars.
The display will show the stored value for the conversion; the
preset value here is $1 = FFr5. В
Press FUNCTION. Then use A to highlight “Reverse.” Then
press EXE.
Type in the amount in foreign currency that you wish to convert
to U.S. dollars. To continue our example, say you want to
convert FFr98.50 to dollars. Type: 98.5. Then press EXE.
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Calculations Using Conversion Results
Let's say that a German friend has come to visit you, and she
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figures it out:
bought five souvenirs, each for $20. She wants to know how
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much she has spent in German marks. Here's how My Magic Diary
1. Enter the Conversion Mode. В
2. Use the A and V keys to choose U.S. dollars into German
marks. The display will show the stored value for this
conversion; the preset value hereis $1 = DM 1.5. We'll use that
value for our example. , ~~
3. Typeinthe number of dollars you need to convert. In this case,
Буре: 2 0. Ргезз ЕХЕ..
4. Type: X 5 = : MOI
The result will be DM 150.
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Use the procedures described here to edit your telephone directo-
ries, schedule, memos, and currency names. Remember that you
must access the Secret Memory Area to edit data stored there.
To edit data:
1. Enter the mode that contains the data you want to edit.
2. Use the search functions to recall the data you want to edit.
3. Press FUNCTION, then use À or VW to highlight “Edit.” Press
EXE.
4. “EM” will appear on the display and the cursor will appear
at the beginning of the data.
5. Use À, V, À, and № to move the cursor to the location of the
characters you want to edit.
6. Using SHIFT in combination with A, Y, 4, and № will allow
you to move the on-screen cursor quickly around data entries.
When the cursor is at the beginning of an entry:
SHIFT V jumps to the end of the entry.
SHIFT A jumps to the beginning of the previous entry.
When the cursor is at the end of an entry: |
SHIFT V jumps to the end of the next entry.
~~ SHIFT A jumps to the beginning of the entry.
7. Edit the data using the procedures detailed in Chapter 4,
Entering Data.
8. When you have finished editing, press EXE to store the new
data.
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Making Fun Face Changes
To change a Telephone Directory Mode Fun
Face: ВЕ |
1. Follow the directions given in Chapter 5, to bring up a Tel-
ephone Directory listing.
2. press FUNCTION, then use A or Y to highlight “Edit.” Press
3. . Before making any changes in the Fun Face, first make any
changes you want in the text that accompanies the pi
e
Then press EXE. ° picture
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Delete
4. Use A and Y to highlight a selection. Then press EXE.
à.
If you select “Delete” in step 3, an on-screen message will ask
if you are sure you want to delete the Fun Face. Selecting “Yes”
{lets the Fun Face. Selecting “No” cancels the delete opera-
ON. -. . _ o
а rs
5. Make any changes that you like and press EXE to store the
changed data.
Changing a Schedule
To change a Schedule Mode date:
1. Enter the Schedule Mode.
2. Use the search functions to recall the data you want to edit.
3. Press FUNCTION. Use A and V to highlight “Edit.” Then
press EXE. “E” will appear on screen.
- 4. Press FUNCTION. Use A and Y to highlight “Date.” Then
a press EXE. 5 a
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5. Change the date. Use € and > to change the data entry that
flashes, showing that it can be edited. Then press EXE. When
you have finished editing data, press EXE.
Changing an Icon
| | To change a Schedule Mode icon:
1. Enter the Schedule Mode.
3 2. Use the search functions to recall the data you want to edit.
3. Press FUNCTION. Use A and Y to highlight “Edit.” Then
+ press EXE. “EP” will appear on the display. | |
4. Press FUNCTION. Use A to highlight “Icons.” Then press
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5. Highlight the new icon you wish to use. Then press EXE.
When you have finished editing, press EXE to store the new
data.
Changing a Currency
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Let's say you would like to include a conversion between dollars and
NIT Mexican pesos, and you have little use for a conversion between
a ПМ пе NE dollars and German marks. You want to change the German mark
RA conversion into one for pesos.
Here's how to do it:
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Le | 1. Enter the Conversion Mode.
; y 2. Use A and Y to display the currency pair that includes a
| A currency you'd like to change. In this example, display $/DM.
% x Cf Don't press EXE,
“1 3. Press FUNCTION. Use V to highlight “Edit.” Then press EXE.
$
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4. Thefirst currency that you can now change is the one to the left,
dollars. But we don't want to change that, so press EXE without
entering anything, Е | . a о
If you don't want to change the highlighted currency name,
simply press EXE. о, |
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Now the cursor has moved to allow you to change the other
currency name. This is the name you'd like to change, to
accomplish our goal of changing German marks into Mexican
pesos. You can enter up to four letters for each Currency name.
That's convenient for our example.
Туре “МЕХ.” Press FUNCTION. Use A to highlight “Symbols.”
Then press EXE. Use A, Y, 4, and ) again to highlight “$.”
(The dollar sign is also the symbol used for Mexican pesos.)
Press EXE. Then press EXE. -
We've chosen to refer to Mexican pesos as “MEX $.” We could
also simply have entered “Peso,” with no symbol. See page E-22
for information on entering other characters and symbols.
Now the conversion rate appears for editing. For our example,
we want to leave the first figure at $1, so press EXE without
making any’changes.
The second currency value now can be edited. Instead of the
DM rate, type in the number of pesos per dollar: 3 . 1. Then
press EXE. :
Deleting Data
Use the procedures described here to delete phone directory,
schedule, and memo “diary” data. Remember that you must access
the Secret Memory Area to delete data there.
1.
To delete a single item:
Enter the mode that contains the data you wish to delete, and
recall the data.
Press FUNCTION. Then use A and Y to highlight “Delete.”
Press EXE.
Use A to highlight “1 Data.” Press EXE.
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Delete OK?
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Use 4 to highlight “Yes.” Press EXE.
To abort the delete operation, highlight “No,” and press EXE.
When the deletion is completed, one of the follow
on the screen: COMITE WA appear
* a prompt for new data input
* other data for whatever mode you are in.
To delete all data in a specific mode:
Enter the mode Which contains data you want to delete.
2. Press A and Y to display data.
3. Press FUNCTION. Then use A and y lo select “Delete.” Press
EXE. - -.
4. Use Y to highlight “Mode Data.” Press EXE.
5. Use 4 to highlight “Yes.” Then press EXE.
* To abort the delete operation, highlight “No,” and press EXE.
6. When the deletion is completed, a new data input prompt for
whatever mode you are in will appear on the screen.
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The Fortune Telling Mode lets
you check your fortune on any
date from January 1, :1901
through December 31, 2099.
Fortunes are indicated both .
graphically and with messages.
The Fortune Telling Mode is
meant for entertainment pur-
poses only. The manufacturer
makes no claims as to the accu-
racy of any of the fortune-telling messages or indicators produced
by My Magic Diary. | o o
To tell someone's fortune: |
AN 1. Enter the Fortune Telling Mode by highlighting its icon in the
3 main menu, then pressing EXE.
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[04/01/1990]
Next... [EXE]
2. Enter the birthday of the person whose fortune is to be told. For
example, someone born on January 5, 1980.
Type: 01051980. Then press EXE.
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you have specified th
should appear. See the Timekeeping Mode, page E-59 “я
3. Now type in the date for which you want the fortune.
example, type: 10101993. Then press EXE, Рог
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this day! For your Fortune, press EXE again. your luck on
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To retum to the birthday input screen, press EXE. |
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With the Match Maker Mode,
you can check the compatibility
of any two people born between
January 1, 1901 and December
31, 2099. Compatibility is indi-
cated both graphically and with
messages.
The Match Maker Mode is meant
for entertainmen purposes only.
The manufacturer assumes no
responsibility for the success of
marriages or other relationships fostered by use of My Magic Diary.
To use the Match Maker Mode:
1. Enter the Match Maker Mode by highlighting its icon in the
main menu, then pressing EXE. -
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В and someone born August 25, 1979. |
- Type: 01051980. Then press EXE.
| o 5 Type: 0825 1979. Press EXE again.
N . EEE К * The date format depends on how you have specified that it
| Ре el RTA д should appear. See Timekeeping Mode, page E-59,
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LA a The more black hearts that appear, the better the compatibil-
2 ity between the two people! To display a message about the
В compatibility between these two people, press EXE again.
N ; 3. To return to the birthday input screen, press EXE.
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My Magic Diary also gives you
the capability to perform
mathematical operations.
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Entering the Calculator Mode
To enter the Calculator Mode, select the Calculator Mode icon from
the main menu, and press EXE.
Double entry of an operator (+, —, X, +) makes the numeric
value followed by the double entry a constant. |
e The following indicators also appear on the display: |
M=with a value: Indiccates that the displayed value is stored in
the independent memory.
K: Indicates that a constant calculation is being performed.
E: Indicates that an error has occurred”.
Press Pto shift the displayed value to the right, deleting the
rightmost digit.
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* You can clear an error and continue with the current calcula-
tion by pressing C. You can clear the error along with the
current calculation by pressing AC.
Corrections
* Clear the last numeric entry by pressing the C key immediately
after making the initial entry.
e You can correct the last arithmetic operator entry (+, —, x, +)
by pressing the correct arithmetic operator key immediately
after making the initial entry.
* Press AC to clear an entire calculation, including calculation
memory contents. ; г or
* Pressing MC (memory clear) key clears memory contents.
About Calculation Capacity
Any of the following condition will cause the “E” indicator to appear
on the display to indicate that the capacity of the calculator is
exceeded. Note that memory contents are protected, and the total
accumulated so far can be recalled by pressing MR (for the
independent memory) after the error is cleared. Co
* Whenever the integer part of a result (whether intermediate or
final) is longer than 10 digits. In this case, the display shows
the 10 most significant digits of the result. The true decimal
point of the result is 10 places to the right of the decimal
position shown in this display.
* Whenever the integer part of a total being accumulated in the
independent memory is longer than 10 digits.
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Calculation Examples
Example Operation Display
| (Ac) 0.
53 +123 -63= | 533125 (Error) 125.
(c)123 123.
[-)63(=) | 113.
963 x (23 - 56) = 23(=)56(х)963(Е} | -81779.
(56х 3-89) + 5.2+63= 56(x]3(=)89(3)5.2
78.19230769
В He
123456 x 741852 = 123456(x)741852(=) ..E 9.158608051 -
(ce) 9.158608051
a 0.
13 x5= 3C0sE] 8.660254035
12423: ° © 939122) К) 35.
45+23= 45(=] K+ 68.
78+23= —— o 78(=] K+ 101.
7-56= о” 5.6—)(-)7[=) K- 1.4
‘2.56= © © oF K- -36
2.3x12= — 120023) Kx 27.6
45x12= ASE) Kx 54,
45+9.6= 9.6[+)[#]45(Е) К. 4.6875
78 + 9,6 =. 78(=) K- 8.125
12% of 1500 1500(x)12(%] 180.
Percentage of 660 660(+]880(%) 75.
against 880
15% add-on of 2500 2500x)15[%)[+] 2875.
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25% discount of 3500 3500(%)25(%] (5) 2625.
and profit ee Price 480(+)25 640.
£450 and de prof tee * = 160.
the selling price is 25%?
4% mark-down of 130 130(F)47 195.
25d $100 this week winks 10058007) 25.
the percent increase?
80x9= :
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—20x3= 60 СЕ Mos 60
460 М = 480. 60.
M = 480. 480.
Memory Capacity Screen
dures to check the status of the memory
the amount of memory used and the ом
The other shows you how many data
Use the following proce
. One procedure displays
much memory is remaining. N
items you have stored in each mode.
ity:
i e memory capaci
Nr и is di d. or any time you are in the
1. While the main menu is displayed, or any me you are en.
| Telephone Directory, Schedule, Data Memo "Diary,
ON.
dar mode, press FUNCTI
Use À and V to select "Memory Capacity” and then press
EXE.
Remaining memory |
(Unit: bytes) Memory Capacity
“Free 5954 | 3 ,
Used 190 7
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« {À Memory used | Memory used
. | (Unit: bytes)
The memory values shown above are the total for both the open
- memory area and the secret memory arca.
« Press AC to clear the memory capacity screen.
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To display the number of items in each mode
1. While the main menu is displayed, press FUNCTION.
2. Use A and Y toselect “Number of Items” and then press EXE.
Open Memory Area
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a Tel (Pers) : 8
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E 3 Data Memo 7
| 5 Secret Memory Area
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* If you perform the above procedure while in the open memory
area, the number of items stored in the Open memory area only
are displayed. To see the number of items in the Secret Memory
‘ Area, you must perform the above operation while accessing the
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How Memory Capacity Is Calculated
You can store up to 6,144 bytes of data in memory. There is no limit
on the amount of memory you can use in each mode, but the total
amount of data stored is 6,144 bytes. The following shows how
many bytes the data in each mode takes up. One character [each
newline operation counts as a character also) takes up one byte.
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Telephone Directory | (name) + (telephone number) + |
(address, etc.) + 15
(description) + 12
Schedule .
Calendar 6 bytes per calendar that contains
| highlighted dates
(memo name) + (memo contents)
Data Memo “Diary”
- В | + 3 | |
Examples: Ш
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Tee cero 10 Characters for the name, 12 characters
iteris USE
the phorle number, and 16 characters of the address, you
can store approximately 110 items. |
Schedule data only
When all items u
190 items.
“Diary” data only
Data Meme en aracters for the memo name and 10
When all items use 10 ch |
characters for the memo content, you can store approximately
260 items.
se 20 characters, you can store approximately
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Sort Sequence
The following table shows the sequence used for sorting data in the
Telephone Directory and the Data Memo “Diary” Mode.
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Ce т 11 | % |140 | С | 69 | а | 98 | - [127] ú l56l a 185, 2
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Loins A 20 | - |49| L |78! j |107| à [136] ££ 165: € [194] 3
A 53 21| 7 150 | М 79] k [108] ¢é [137| ce [166] D 1195: 0
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Error Messages ;
Action |
Message . — Meaning |
— d then
Memory Full! Not enough room © е pw e data you no
О” store the data you longer need from
trying to | memory.
data before
; rform | Input da
No Record! vou Te operation attempting search
> while there is no data operations.
* ‚ 4 |] stored in memory.
| des Press Cor P to :
There is no data that search :
t Found! | h recall your
No ES matches your searc “| data. You can then
- | specification. | edit the previous data
A | or input new data.
word
The password you Input the passwort
Password input to access the correcty.
Mismatch! Secret Memory Area
does not mateh the
one that is registered.
| Replace the battery in
The main battery -:: with the
ain Battery . ; a . | ‘accordance
Getting Weak! 15 weak. | instructions on page
Replace it! a “| E-13 of this manual.
| — - | “Correct the problem
ВЕ Co Poor connections or in. (See
но Send Error! some other problem and y sean
: Е. Receive Error! has caused data page ! C
ss. | transfer be aborted.
>. >. CASIO's SB-62 Data Communication Cable is available as an
UA option. You can use this to connect My Magic Diary to another My
Magic Diary unit, or to a CASIO SF-A10, SF-A20, or SF-A30. Data
| | can be shared among all of these products.
1 В Data Type | How received data is stored
e + — Telephone Directory Lo A à
: Re Data Memo “Diary”. | Appended to existing data.
: 7 = 3 Schedule . . . | ~~. ~~ |
Ze - x Er ! DE SA | OA Replaces existing data. If a received month
IER ET TS Calendar... ... . | Баз ‚no highlighting, the highlighting data in
ОН ПО | the receiving unit is retained as is,
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.-; Some of the other products with which My Magic Diary can
o exchange data may use different icons, or they may not have a
e EA Fun Face Maker function. When you send My Magic Diary data to
- ANT a one of these units, icon and Fun Face Maker data are not sent.
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; 5:7 Basic hardware set up for data communication:
от al 1. Switch off the power of both the sending and receiving units.
2. Remove the connector covers of both units.
a 3. Connect the two units with a CASIO SB-62 Data Communica-
us tion Cable. Be sure to insert the connectors at the ends of the
cable securely into the units.
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4. Switch on the power of both sending and receiving units.
To prepare one unit to receive:
_ On the unit intended for reception, nent
; a data display, press FUNCTION. Then use V to highlight
“Communication.” Press EXE.
2. Usethe A or ¥ to highlight “Receive Data.” Press EXE.
Sending Data for a Specific Mode
e data item (the smallest packet of data
vhi nt i for example, is a single
h can be sent in the Calendar Mode,
month) or all the data items stored in a specific mode. Different
rocedures are used to send all the data ina mode, depending on
whether you start from within that mode, or from the main menu.
You can send either a singl
To send one data item:
1. Enter the mode that contains the data; then search for and
display the data you wish to send. ВНЕ
Press FUNCTION. Then use \ to highlight “Communication.
Press EXE.
3. Use A to highlight “Send Data.” Press EXE.
4. Use A to highlight “1 Data.” Press EXE.
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5. Use € to highlight “Yes.” Then press EXE. This begins data
transfer to the receiving unit. |
To send all the data in a mode, starting from
within that mode: ВЕ
1. Enter the mode that contains the data you want to send. Then
press A or V to display the data for that mode.
2. Press FUNCTION. Then use Y to highlight “Communication.”
Press EXE. Cu :
3. Use A to highlight “Send Data.” Press EXE.
4. Use A and ¥ to highlight “Mode Data.” Press EXE.
5. Use 4 to highlight “Yes.” Then press EXE. This begins data
transfer to the receiving unit. : | o
6. “After the transmission has been completed, the data display
for the item sent will appear on screen.
; To send all the data in a mode, starting from the
1 main menu:
j 1. Start from the main menu.
- 2. Press FUNCTION. Then use Y to highlight “Communication.”
Press EXE.
3. Use Ato highlight “Send Data.” Press EXE.
4. Use A to highlight “Mode Data.” Press EXE.
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Sending All Data ~~~".
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(Telephone Directory,
Calendar). | | | |
2. Press FUNCTION. Then use ¥ to highlight “Communication.
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main menu or from a data display
Schedule, Data Memo “Diary , or
3 ‘Use À to highlight “Send Data.” Press EXE.
4 Use Y to highlight “All Data.” Press EXE. | ata
| Use «€ to highlight “Yes.” Then press EXE. This begins
transfer to the receiving uni |
6. After the transmission has been completed, the display you
started from will reappear.
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About the “Set up” Menu Item
You will probably notice that the menu appears on the display
after you select “Communication” from the function menu and
press EXE. The “Set up” item contained in that menu is used for
setting the parameters of the My Magic Diary. Note, that the
parameters should always be set to “None” (Parity) and “9600”
(BPS) for data communications between two units.
Data Communication and Error
Messages
Error messages will appear, and data communication will be
interrupted, when any of the following conditions occur. If this
happens, press AC/ON to clear the message and take the
appropriate action.
Message Cause
Stopped! * Data communication interrupted by operation
of the AC key.
* Low battery power in the sending unit.
* No data stored in the sending unit.
Main Battery | Low battery power.
Getting Weak!
Replace it!
Receive Error! | e Connector disconnected.
* No data transferred for more than one minute
after the receiving unit starts tostandby to =~
receive data. — a
Memory Full! | + Not enough memory in the receiving unit.
— Cause
Message
Send Error!
by operation
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of the receiving unit's AC key. ne unit.
Low battery power in the receiving
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Model: JD-5000
Telephone Directory Mode
Storage and recall of telephone directory data (name, telephone
number, address, etc.). Each item can contain up to 380 charac-
ters with a Fun Face. Includes secret memory area and auto sort
function. Ш |
Schedule Mode |
Storage and recall of appointments for any date in the range of
January 1901 through December 2099. Each item can contain up
to 372 characters with an icon. Includes secret memory area and
auto sort function.
Calendar Mode
Full-month calendars in the range of January 1901 through
December 2099. Includes highlighting of important dates and
holidays. = ВЕ |
Data Memo “Diary” Mode
Storage and recall of memos. Each item can contain up to 381
characters. Includes secret memory area and auto sort function.
Timekeeping Mode a
Average of accuracy +3 seconds per day under normal
temperatures; Home Time (year/month/date, AM/PM, day of the
week, city name, daylight saving/standard time); World Time:
full automatic calendar; 12/24 hour timekeeping format |
Alarm Mode -
Daily Alarm (20-second electronic buzzer); Schedule Alarm
Зе ни - 2 - (20-second electronic buzzer); Hourly Time Signal (beeps every
a hour on the hour)
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Six built-in conversion pairs (4-
user-definable)
Fortune Telling Mode
Fortune telling on any date from
2099.
Match Maker Mode |
Compatibility of any two people whose birthdays are from
January 1,1901 to December 31, 2099.
character unit name + 10 digit rate;
January 1, 1901 to December 31,
Calculater Mode | | |
10-digit arithmetic calculations; constant calculations; memory
calculations: 20-digit approximations; percentage calculations;
square roots; sign changes; function command signs
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Other functions
Contrast adjustment
General _
Display: liquid crystal display | o
Memory Capacity: 6,144 bytes * e
Power supply: Two lithium bateries (C R2032) .. Main and Back-up
Power consumption: 0.05W В DO
Battery life:
Main battery - approximately 7,000 hours (1 hour use per day)
Back-up battery - approximately 3 years after the low main
battery warning appears on the display
Auto power off: Approximately 6 minutes after last key operation
Ambient temperature range: 0 °C ~ 40 °C (32 °F ~ 104 °F)
Dimensions: Open: 9.3 (H) x 145 (W) x 163 (D) mm
o 0/5 (H)x53/;" (W) x 67/3" (D))
Closed: 13.9 (H) x 145 (W) x 84 (D) mm
О (Чо) ж 53/4” (80 ХЗ 1/4" (D)
Weight: 112 g (4 0z) including batteries | to
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