User`s Guide

User`s Guide
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License Agreement
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Introduction
Congratulations! You now have a powerful and
portable way to improve your SCRABBLE® skills
and scores. With The Official SCRABBLE®
Players Dictionary you can:
• check if your word is a valid SCRABBLE® word
according to The Official SCRABBLE® Players
Dictionary from Hasbro® and view its definition
(when available);
• check word spellings;
• build words from your letter and blank tiles;
• enter patterns of letters appearing on the board
and fit your tiles to those patterns;
• include double and triple letter and word scores
in your patterns;
• play three fun word games.
To learn how to use The Official SCRABBLE®
Players Dictionary, read this manual and then
keep it handy for reference.
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Getting Started
Your unit is powered by four AAA batteries. You
must install the batteries before you can use the
unit. The battery compartment is located on the
back of the unit at the top. Please have a small
Phillips screwdriver at hand before following the
steps below to install or change the batteries.
1. Turn the unit off (if necessary) and turn it over.
2. Unscrew the tiny screw at the bottom of the
battery compartment.
3. Using your thumbs, push the latches in and
lift the cover off.
4. Install four new AAA batteries following the
markings in the compartment.
5. Replace the battery cover and the screw.
6. Using a paper clip, gently press the Reset
button located on the back of the unit.
CAUTION: TO AVOID BATTERY LEAKAGE…
•
Be sure to insert the batteries correctly and always follow
the product and battery manufacturer's instructions;
•
Do not mix old and new batteries or alkaline, standard
(carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium)
batteries;
•
Always remove weak or dead batteries from the product.
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Getting Started
✔ Adjusting the Contrast
You can make the screen lighter or darker to
suit your viewing needs. Press
or
to
adjust the contrast at the Ready screen. If the
screen remains blank, you may need to
replace the batteries.
✔ Resuming Where You Left off
To save battery life, this product will automatically shut off within two minutes if no key is
pressed.
Each time you turn the product on, you will
return to the last screen you viewed.
Note: This will only work if you have turned the
demonstration off.
✔ Viewing the Demonstration
Each time you turn the unit on, the Quick
Demo appears. You can stop the demo at any
time by pressing CLEAR.
If you do not wish to have the Demo run each
time you turn the product on, you can disable it
at any time. To do so, type ✽✽d at the Ready
screen, then press ENTER. To re-enable the
demo, type ✽✽d and press ENTER again.
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Key Guide
Builds words from entered letters.
Goes to the pattern entry screen.
Shows the Games menu.
Sets the skill level for the games.
Displays a help message.
Cycles through the double and triple
letter and word scores.
Types
to stand for any series of
letters.
Types
to stand for one unknown
letter or a blank tile. In games, ends
a round.
Clears to the Ready screen or stops
the demonstration.
Enters a word.
Goes back or erases a typed letter.
/
Scrolls up and down. Adjusts screen
contrast at the Ready screen.
/
Moves left or right.
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Building Words
To build words from your letter tiles, type the tiles you have
at the Ready screen and then press BUILD. You will see a
list of words ranked by their SCRABBLE® scores.
Here is an example.
1. Type the tiles in your tray.
For example, type the letters ypxbtro.
To erase a letter, press BACK.
2. Press BUILD to build your SCRABBLE® list.
The number shows the word’s SCRABBLE® score. If no
words can be built from your tiles, you’ll see the message
Sorry can’t help.
3. Press
to see more words and scores.
4. Press CLEAR when done.
✔ Viewing More Words
Blinking arrows to the right of the screen indicate that
there are more words to see. To scroll the list of words,
just press the arrow keys that are shown.
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Building Words
Building Words with Blank Tiles
To build words with blank tiles, press
for each blank
tile and then press BUILD. For example:
1. Type asde .
2. Press BUILD.
Note: The blank tile letter is not counted in the word
score.
3. Press
to see more words.
4. Press CLEAR when done.
✔Helpful Hint
You can build words using as many blank tiles as you
like. However, you cannot build words using
. If
you type
and then press BUILD, the
message Invalid query appears.
✔Help is at Hand
At most displays, you can view an appropriate help
message by pressing HELP. To exit a help message,
press BACK.
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Filling Patterns
Using PATTERN you can type patterns of letters
appearing on the SCRABBLE® board and then fit
your tiles around them. For example, say you
have the tiles pleorkn and your board looks like
this:
P
TRIPLE
WORD
A
R
T
DOUBLE
LETTER
Y
1. Press PATTERN to see the Pattern entry
screen.
You can enter a combination of 15 letters and the
following designated squares.
One empty square
A series of empty squares
Double letter square
Triple letter square
Double word square
Triple word square
Press
to enter an empty square.
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Filling Patterns
Press SCORE to cycle through the double and
triple word choices.
2. Type your pattern.
To make a word using ART, your pattern will
look like this.
3. Press ENTER.
4. Type your tiles pleorkn and press ENTER.
5. Press
to view more words.
6. Press CLEAR when done.
Adding Letters to the Beginning or
End of Words
At the Pattern entry screen, you can use
to
find words either ending or beginning with the tiles
on the board. For example, say you have the tiles
eknjsuh and your board looks like this:
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Filling Patterns
A
H
To find words ending with ah, do the following:
1. Press PATTERN and type
ah.
2. Press ENTER.
3. Type your tiles eknjsuh and press ENTER.
4. Press
to view more words.
5. Press CLEAR when done.
✔ Cleaning and Storage
To clean, spray a mild glass cleaner onto a
cloth and wipe the screen. Do not spray liquids
directly on this product. Do not use or store this
product in extreme or prolonged heat, cold,
humidity, or other adverse conditions.
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Correcting Misspellings
You can use The Official SCRABBLE® Players
Dictionary to check the spellings of words. When
you enter a misspelled word at the Ready screen,
a list of corrections appears. When you enter a
word not in this product, the message Sorry Can’t
Help appears.
When you enter a correctly spelled word, the word
Dictionary flashes and you go to a brief definition.
Please see “Defining Words” on page 13 for more
information.
To correct misspellings at the Ready screen, do the
following:
1. Type a misspelled word.
For example, type chinon.
To erase a letter, press BACK.
2. Press ENTER to see a corrected word.
3. Press
repeatedly to view more words.
4. Press CLEAR when done.
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Finding Spellings
You can also use The Official SCRABBLE®
Players Dictionary to find the spelling of a word
even when you don’t know all the letters in that
word. Just type
for each unknown letter, or
type
for any number of letters. Here is an
example.
1. At the Ready screen, type
and
to take
the place of one letter and a series of letters
respectively.
For example, type q
2. Press ENTER.
3. Press
v
t.
to see more words (if any).
When more words are available, you will see
an arrow pointing down.
✔ Finding Unusual Words
Use
and
to find unusual words. For
example, type a to see two-letter words
beginning with A. To see words beginning and
ending with H, type h h.
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Defining Words
You can see the definition of a word, when available. When The Official SCRABBLE® Players
Dictionary does not contain a complete definition
for the word you look up, you will see the part of
speech. If the word you enter is an inflection, you
will see the definition for the root word. If the word
you enter is not in The Official SCRABBLE®
Players Dictionary you will go to a spell correction
list. Here’s how you look up a word.
1. At the Ready screen, type a word.
For example type agone.
To erase a letter, press BACK.
2. Press ENTER.
To see the full definition, press
and
.
3. Press CLEAR when done.
This unit may change operating modes due to Electrostatic Discharge. Normal operation of this unit can be reestablished by pressing the reset key, ON/OFF or by
removing/replacing batteries.
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Playing the Games
There are three challenging word games: Jumble, Mystery
Word and Word Deduction.
Selecting a Game
1. Press GAMES.
or
to find the game you want.
2. Press
3. Press ENTER to select it.
Selecting the Skill Level
There are three skill levels to choose from: Beginner,
Intermediate and Advanced.
1. Press SKILL.
2. Press
or
to find the skill level you want.
3. Press ENTER to select it.
✔Understanding Skill Levels
The skill level you choose changes the number of guesses in Mystery Word and the length of words in Jumble
and Word Deduction.
Mystery Word
Mystery Word selects a word and challenges you to guess it
letter by letter. The letters of the mystery word are hidden by
blank tiles. The number of guesses remaining is indicated at
the right of the screen.
1. Select Mystery Word on the Games menu.
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Playing the Games
2. Type letters and press ENTER.
Press
to reveal a letter.
Press
to reveal the word.
3. Press ENTER to play another round.
4. Press BACK to return to the Games menu.
Jumble
In Jumble, a jumbled word appears and you must unscramble the letters to spell a word or words.
1. Select Jumble on the Games menu.
2. Type a word and press ENTER.
Press
to shuffle the letters.
Press
to reveal the word.
3. Press ENTER to play another round.
4. Press BACK to return to the Games menu.
Word Deduction
Word Deduction challenges you to guess a three, four or
five letter word depending on the skill level you choose. You
have twelve tries in which to win.
1. Select Word Deduction on the Games menu.
2. Type a word.
For example, type gal.
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Playing the Games
3. Press ENTER.
The 1 means this is your first guess. P stands for perfect.
M stands for misplaced. In the above example, P=1
means that one of the letters you typed is in the mystery
word and in the perfect place. M=0 means that there are
no matching letters that are misplaced.
4. Type another word.
Keep one or two letters from your previous guess if you
have numbers next to the P or M. For example, type jab.
5. Continue typing words, evaluating what the correct
letters are and where they are placed.
Use
to see your previous guesses.
Press
to give up.
6. Press ENTER to play another round.
7. Press BACK to return to the Games menu.
Press CLEAR to exit the Games
✔ Resetting the Unit
If the keyboard fails to respond, or if the screen performs erratically, perform a system reset. Use a paper
clip to gently depress the reset button. The reset button is recessed in a pin-sized hole on the back of your
unit beneath the battery compartment.
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Specifications
Model SCR-226: The Official SCRABBLE® Players Dictionary
Battery: 4 AAA
Size: 13.13 x 13. 13 x 2.16 cm.
ISBN 1-59074-200-1
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE.
©1992-2003 Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc. Burlington N.J.
08016-4907 U.S.A. All rights reserved.
SCRABBLE® the distinctive game board and letter tiles, and all associated logos are trademarks of Hasbro in the United States and Canada
used with permission.
© 1995 Hasbro, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
U.S. Patents: 4,830,618; 4,891,775; 5,113,340; 5,218,536;
5,396,606; 5,435,564.
Limited Warranty (outside U.S.)
This product, excluding batteries and liquid crystal display (LCD),
is guaranteed by Franklin for a period of one year from the date of
purchase. It will be repaired or replaced with an equivalent product (at Franklin’s option) free of charge for any defect due to faulty
workmanship or materials.
Products purchased outside the United States that are returned
under warranty should be returned to the original vendor with proof
of purchase and description of fault. Charges will be made for all
repairs unless valid proof of purchase is provided.
This warranty explicitly excludes defects due to misuse, accidental
damage, or wear and tear. This guarantee does not affect the consumer’s statutory rights.
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Limited Warranty (U.S. only)
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FCC Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
–Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
–Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
–Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
–Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
NOTE: This unit was tested with shielded cables on the peripheral
devices. Shielded cables must be used with the unit to insure compliance.
NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment.
Such modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
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