Samsung | GT-B7300 | Samsung GT-B7300 User Manual

GT-B7300
extended usage guide
About this guide
This online-only guide contains additional procedures and usage tips
that may be helpful when using your Samsung mobile phone. This
guide is intended to enhance your mobile experience and is not
intended as a substitute for the printed user manual. Please refer to
the user manual provided with your device or the help system on your
device for information not contained in this extended usage guide.
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Instructional icons
Before you start, familiarise yourself with the icons you will see in this
guide:
Warning – situations that could cause injury to yourself or
others
Caution – situations that could cause damage to your
device or other equipment
Note – notes, usage tips, or additional information
X
Refer to – pages with related information;
for example: X p. 12 (represents "see page 12")
>
Followed by – the order of options or menus you must
select to perform a step; for example: Tap Start > Settings
(represents Start, followed by Settings)
[ ]
Square brackets – device keys; for example: [
(represents the End/Power key)
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]
Contents
Using your device .......................................................... 9
Customise key shortcuts ..................................................... 9
Adjust vibration intensity .................................................... 10
Switch sound profiles (shortcuts) ....................................... 10
Set time for the backlight and Sleep mode ........................ 11
Communication ............................................................ 12
Phonebook ....................................................................... 12
Use a photo as a contact caller ID image ............................. 12
Register numbers to reject list .............................................. 13
Add a new category into categories ..................................... 14
View Phonebook information ................................................ 14
Calling ............................................................................... 15
Use the speakerphone ......................................................... 15
Set Auto Answer .................................................................. 15
Activate Call Waiting ............................................................. 16
Hold a call/retrieve a held call ............................................... 17
Bar (block) calls .................................................................... 17
Forward calls ........................................................................ 17
Make a multiparty call (conference call) ................................. 18
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Restrict caller ID information ................................................. 18
Reset the call timer ............................................................... 19
Messaging ........................................................................ 20
Activate Threaded SMS view ................................................ 20
Edit the message style ......................................................... 20
Record and send a voice message ...................................... 21
Set message options ............................................................ 22
Multimedia ................................................................... 24
Camera ............................................................................. 24
Send a photo ....................................................................... 24
Media Player ..................................................................... 25
Change playback speed ....................................................... 25
Use a song as a ringtone ...................................................... 26
Change Media Player options ............................................... 26
Photo ................................................................................ 27
Upload photos to the web .................................................... 27
Edit images .......................................................................... 27
Apply effects to images ........................................................ 29
FM radio ........................................................................... 30
Change FM radio options ..................................................... 30
Video Editor ...................................................................... 31
Add audio to a storyboard .................................................... 32
Add images or videos ........................................................... 34
Delete or change the order of images or videos .................... 34
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Set the viewable duration of an image .................................. 36
Crop a video while customising a storyboard ....................... 37
Record audio and add it to images or videos ....................... 38
Attach pre-recorded audio to images or videos .................... 39
Add subtitles ........................................................................ 40
Add effects ........................................................................... 44
Capture an image from a video ............................................ 45
Add text slides ..................................................................... 46
Personal productivity ................................................... 47
Browse files with My Files .................................................. 47
Search your device for files and folders ............................. 47
Clock ................................................................................ 48
Change World Clock options ................................................ 48
Schedule ........................................................................... 49
Change Schedule options .................................................... 49
Memo ............................................................................... 50
Set Memo options ................................................................ 50
Recorder ........................................................................... 51
Change Recorder options .................................................... 51
Tasks ................................................................................ 52
Beam a task to another device (via Bluetooth) ...................... 52
Sort tasks ............................................................................. 52
Set Tasks options ................................................................ 53
Smart Reader .................................................................... 54
Change Smart Reader settings ............................................. 54
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Using Office Mobile ........................................................... 55
Create and edit an Excel workbook ...................................... 55
Create and edit a Word document ....................................... 56
Open and view a PowerPoint presentation ........................... 56
Create and edit a note with OneNote Mobile ........................ 57
Adobe Reader ................................................................... 57
Open and view a PDF file ..................................................... 57
Web applications ......................................................... 59
Windows Live .................................................................... 59
Messenger ........................................................................ 60
Set up Messenger and sign in .............................................. 60
Chat with Messenger ........................................................... 60
Live Search ....................................................................... 61
Streaming Player ............................................................... 62
Set Auto Full Screen ............................................................. 62
Set Streaming Player options ............................................... 62
Midomi .............................................................................. 63
Filter results by language ...................................................... 63
Check for updates ................................................................ 64
RSS Reader ...................................................................... 64
Search for feeds ................................................................... 64
Mark feeds as read .............................................................. 65
Add new feed category ........................................................ 66
Change feed options ............................................................ 66
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Change RSS Reader options ................................................ 67
Podcast ............................................................................ 68
Change Podcast options ...................................................... 68
QIK ................................................................................... 69
Change optimisation and storage settings ............................ 69
Communities ..................................................................... 70
Change Communities options .............................................. 70
Settings ........................................................................ 71
Basic Settings ................................................................... 71
Sound Settings .................................................................... 71
Display and Light .................................................................. 71
General Settings ................................................................... 72
Phone Settings ..................................................................... 75
Motion Settings .................................................................... 77
Security ................................................................................ 78
Network Settings .................................................................. 78
Memory Settings .................................................................. 79
Advanced Settings ............................................................ 80
System ................................................................................. 80
Connection .......................................................................... 83
Installed Items ...................................................................... 84
Index ............................................................................ 85
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Using your device
Customise key shortcuts
Customise the shortcuts activated by the Menu key and the
Back key. To customise keys,
1
2
Tap Start > Settings.
3
Tap the assigned menu below a key action and select a
program shortcut:
• Button1: activated by pressing the Back key
• Button1 Hold: activated by pressing and holding the Back
key
• Button2: activated by pressing the Menu key
• Button2 Hold: activated by pressing and holding the Menu
key
From the Basic Settings tab, tap General Settings > Button
> Assign a program.
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4
Repeat step 3 as needed to customise additional key
shortcuts.
5
When you are finished, tap Done.
Adjust vibration intensity
1
Press the Volume key up or down and tap
the device to vibrate.
2
While in Vibrate mode, press the Volume key up or down to
adjust the Vibration intensity.
or
to set
Switch sound profiles (shortcuts)
To quickly switch your device from one sound profile to
another, use one of the following shortcuts:
• Vibrate: press the Volume key up or down and tap
or .
• Silent: press the Volume key up or down and tap
or .
• Ring: press the Volume key up or down and tap
or .
10
Set time for the backlight and Sleep
mode
Set the device to turn off the backlight and switch to Sleep
mode when not in use or during a call. By doing this, you can
save battery power and reduce battery consumption.
1
2
Tap Start > Settings.
3
4
5
Select a duration from the Turn off backlight field.
From the Basic Settings tab, tap General Settings > Power
> Battery Power.
Select a duration from the Turn off device field.
Tap Done.
• Your device automatically turns off the screen when you hold it
close to your face during a call. When you distance the device
from your face, the screen turns on again.
• Even if you select Always turn on, the screen turns off 1 minute
after it turns on during a call.
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Communication
Phonebook
Use a photo as a contact caller ID image
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Tap Start > My Files.
Navigate to the appropriate folder.
Tap an image name to open an image.
Tap Menu > Set As > Caller ID.
Align a face in the image with a white box.
Tap Done at the bottom of the screen.
Select a contact.
Tap OK.
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Register numbers to reject list
1 Tap Start > Phonebook.
2 Tap .
3 Tap New.
4 Enter a reject list name and tap Done.
5 Select the new reject list.
6 Tap the Reject list field.
7 Tap .
8 Select a category or Type manually.
9 Select contacts or enter numbers to reject.
10 Tap Done.
11 Tap Done to save the reject list.
12 Tap Done.
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Add a new category into categories
1
2
3
4
Tap Start > Phonebook.
Tap
.
Tap New.
Enter a name and tap Done.
View Phonebook information
Phonebook stores information about your contact entries,
including how many contacts are stored in the device’s
memory or on the SIM or USIM card and how many SDN or
FDN contacts you have created. To view this information,
1
2
Tap Start > Phonebook.
Tap Menu > Phonebook Info.
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Calling
Use the speakerphone
Your device features a speakerphone option for use during
calls. To use the speakerphone,
1
2
Make a call.
Any time during the call, tap Speaker On.
To turn off the speakerphone feature, tap Speaker Off.
Set Auto Answer
Use the Auto Answer feature to automatically answer calls
during hands-free operation. To activate the Auto Answer
feature,
1
2
Tap Start > Settings.
From the Basic Settings tab, tap Phone Settings > General
> Auto Answer.
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3
Select a length of time to delay before the device
automatically answers calls.
4
Tap Done.
When using a headset, the device will automatically answer
incoming calls after the length of time you specified for the
delay.
Activate Call Waiting
Activate the Call Waiting feature to be notified of an incoming
call while you are on the phone. To activate the Call Waiting
feature,
1
2
Tap Start > Settings.
3
4
Tap
From the Basic Settings tab, tap Phone Settings > Voice
Call > Call Waiting.
to activate the feature.
Tap Done.
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Hold a call/retrieve a held call
While on a call, you can place a caller on hold. To place a caller
on hold, tap Hold. While a caller is on hold, you may answer
another call or use other features and applications. To retrieve
a held call, tap Unhold.
Bar (block) calls
1
2
Tap Start > Settings.
3
4
Tap the type of calls you want to bar.
On the Basic Settings tab, tap Phone Settings > Voice Call
> Call Barring > Get Settings...
Tap Done.
Forward calls
1
2
Tap Start > Settings.
On the Basic Settings tab, tap Phone Settings > Voice Call
> Call Forwarding > Get Settings...
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3
4
Tap a forwarding option and enter a phone number.
Tap Done.
Make a multiparty call (conference call)
1
2
Call the first party you want to add to the multiparty call.
3
4
5
When connected to the second party, tap Join.
While connected to the first party, call the second party.
• The first party is automatically placed on hold.
Repeat steps 2-3 to add more parties (if necessary).
To end the multiparty call, press [
].
Restrict caller ID information
Your device allows you to limit who sees your caller ID
information. To restrict the use of your caller ID information,
1
Tap Start > Settings.
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2
From the Basic Settings tab, tap Phone Settings > General
> Caller ID.
3
4
Select who is allowed to see your caller ID information.
Tap Done.
Reset the call timer
The call timer tracks the duration of your last call, the total
duration of your dialled calls, and separate durations for dialled
voice calls and dialled video calls. To reset the call timer,
1
2
3
Tap Start > Call Log.
Tap Menu > Call Timer.
Tap
.
You can also access the call log from the Phone application by
tapping Menu > Call Log.
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Messaging
Activate Threaded SMS view
You can view all text or multimedia messages sent to and
received from a specific contact like a messenger.
1
2
3
4
5
Tap Start > Message.
Tap
.
Tap Menu > Conversation.
Check
next to Enable Threaded SMS View.
Tap Done.
Edit the message style
Customise the font, background color, and page duration for
your messages. To edit the message style,
1
Tap Start > Message.
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2
3
4
5
Tap Menu > Options.
Tap Style.
Edit the font, background, and page duration settings.
When you are finished, tap Done.
Record and send a voice message
As an alternative to leaving a voicemail for one of your contacts,
you can record and send a voice message via MMS. To record
and send a voice message,
1
2
3
4
5
6
Tap Start > Message.
Tap
.
Tap Tap to add recipients.
Enter a number and tap Done.
Tap
.
Tap Yes to confirm that you want to send a multimedia
message.
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7
Tap Record and speak into the mouthpiece to record your
voice message.
8 When you are finished, tap Stop.
9 Tap Select to attach the recording to the message.
10 Tap Send.
Set message options
1
2
3
Tap Start > Message.
Tap Menu > Options.
Tap an option category:
• Sending: options for messages you send, including
message priority, expiration, delivery time, message size,
and whether or not you want to hide your address, request
a delivery report, request a read report, or keep a copy of
the sent message. You can also set to request a delivery
notification for SMS messages.
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• Receiving: options for messages you receive, including
download methods for home and roaming networks and
whether or not you want to send a delivery report, send a
read report, reject unknown senders, allow advertisements,
or allow message information.
• Profile: the network profile to use when sending MMS
messages. You can edit and create new profiles.
• Compose: options for composing MMS messages,
including the MMS class (allow or restrict imaging or video in
MMS messages) and creation mode (free, warning, or
restricted). You can also set to use unicode characters for
SMS messages.
• Style: appearance options for MMS messages, including
font colour, font size, font style, background colour, and
page duration.
• Signatures: the signature to use when you send a new
message or reply and forward to a message.
4
5
Set the options.
Tap Done to save your changes.
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Multimedia
Camera
Send a photo
While using the camera, you can send photos to your contacts
via multimedia message, email, or the Bluetooth wireless
feature. You can also send photos to DLNA-authorised devices
or upload photos to photo-sharing websites. To send a photo,
1
2
Press the Camera key to activate the camera.
3
4
Capture a photo or press
Rotate the device anti-clockwise to the landscape
orientation.
Tap
to view stored photos.
> a sending option.
When sending a photo via MMS, you may be asked to allow the
device to resize the photo. Tap Yes to allow the photo to be
resized.
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5
Select a recipient for the MMS, select an email account and
enter an email address, select a Bluetooth-enabled device,
select a DLNA-authorised device, or select a website.
6
Tap Send or the name of a device to send the photo.
Media Player
Change playback speed
While listening to music with Media Player, you can speed up
or slow down the playback. To change the playback speed,
tap Menu > Play Speed and select an option:
• Play Faster (+0.1): increase the playback speed
• Play Slower (-0.1): decrease the playback speed
To further speed up or slow down the playback, tap Menu >
Play Speed and select the same option again. To return to
normal playback speed, tap Menu > Play Speed > Play at
Normal Speed.
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Use a song as a ringtone
While listening to music with Media Player, you can set the
currently playing song as your ringtone. To set the song as a
ringtone, tap Menu > Set as Ringtone.
Change Media Player options
1
2
3
Tap Start > Media Player.
4
When you are finished, tap Done.
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Tap Menu > Options.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Resume playback after a phone call: select whether or not
to resume playback after a call.
• Pause playback while using another program: select
whether or not to pause playback while using another
program.
• Show time as: select to show the remaining time or elapsed
time of playback.
• Image ratio adjustment: select to show images in original
size or stretched size.
Photo
Upload photos to the web
1
2
3
4
5
Tap Start > Photo.
Locate and tap a thumbnail to open an image.
Tap Menu > Upload to Web.
Select a blog from one of the blog lists.
Tap Upload.
Edit images
Learn to edit images and apply fun effects. To edit an image,
1
2
3
Tap Start > Photo.
Locate and tap a thumbnail to open an image.
Tap Menu > Edit.
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4
Tap one of the following icons to edit the image:
Icon
Function
Flip an image horizontally or vertically
Rotate the image clockwise or anti-clockwise
Resize the image
Crop the image
Adjust the brightness of the image
Adjust the contrast of the image
Apply an effect (X p. 29)
5
6
7
8
9
When you are finished, tap Menu > Save as.
Select a location to store the edited image.
Enter a name for the new image.
Tap Done.
Tap OK.
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Apply effects to images
1
2
3
4
5
Tap Start > Photo.
Locate and tap a thumbnail to open an image.
Tap Menu > Edit.
Tap
.
Tap one of the following icons to add an effect:
Icon
Function
Apply a negative exposure effect
Change the colour tone to black and white
Change the colour tone to sepia
6 When you are finished, tap Menu > Save as.
7 Select a location to store the edited image.
8 Enter a name for the new image.
9 Tap Done.
10 Tap OK.
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FM radio
Change FM radio options
Set options to select your region, activate the alternative
fnequency, turn off the radio while using another program, turn
on the radio after a call, and define a storage location for
recorded files.
1
2
3
4
Plug a headset into the multifunction jack.
Tap Start > FM Radio.
Tap Menu > Options.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Region: select your location.
• Alternative frequency: select whether or not to activate the
alternative frequency.
• Turn radio off while using another program: select whether
or not to turn the radio off while using another program.
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• Turn radio on again after a phone call: select whether or not
to turn the radio on after a call.
• Record location: select a storage location for the recorded
files.
5
When you are finished, tap Done.
Video Editor
With Video Editor, you can use the storyboard feature to
customise videos in a variety of ways. This feature allows you
to organise your photos or videos as you desire and then add
audio and subtitles, apply transitions, add effects, and add text
slides before compiling a video.
See the user manual for more information about cropping videos
(Auto cut) and adding music to videos (Music movie).
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Add audio to a storyboard
Before you can add audio to a storyboard, you must either
record an audio file or transfer a file to your device (see the user
manual for more information).
This procedure adds pre-recorded audio to the entire storyboard. To
add audio to individual images or videos, see Record audio and add
it to images or videos or Attach pre-recorded audio to images or
videos.
To add audio to a storyboard,
1
2
Tap Start > Video Editor.
3
4
5
Tap Storyboard.
Rotate the device anti-clock wise to the landscape
orientation.
Tap
.
Tap thumbnail images to select photos and videos to add
to your storyboard.
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6
Tap
.
• The video editor will extract the files you have selected.
7
8
Tap
.
Tap the name of an audio file.
The audio file must be at least 10 seconds long.
9 Tap .
10 Tap
.
11 Continue customising your storyboard.
12 When you are finished, tap .
13 Tap to preview the video.
14 Tap to save the video.
• The device will display information for the video, including
the file's location, size, and length.
15 Tap
.
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Add images or videos
While customising a storyboard, you may want to add a file. To
add an image or video to a storyboard,
1
2
From the storyboard, tap
3
When you are finished, tap
screen.
.
Tap thumbnail images to select photos or videos to add to
the storyboard.
to return to the storyboard
Delete or change the order of images or videos
While customising a storyboard, you may want to remove a file
or change the order of files.
To delete an image or video from a storyboard,
1
2
From the storyboard screen, tap
.
Tap thumbnail images to select photos or videos to delete
from the storyboard.
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3
4
5
Tap
Tap
.
.
When you are finished, tap
screen.
to return to the storyboard
To change the order of an image or video from a storyboard,
1
2
3
4
From the storyboard screen, tap
.
Tap and hold an thumbnail image until
appears.
Drag the thumbnail image to the position you want.
When you are finished, tap
screen.
to return to the storyboard
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Set the viewable duration of an image
Setting the viewable duration of an image allows you to specify
how long that image will display in the video. To set the
viewable duration,
1
From the storyboard screen, scroll to an image and tap the
thumbnail.
2
3
Tap
.
Drag the sliders to adjust the duration.
The minimum duration is 1 second and the maximum duration is
30 seconds.
4
5
Tap
.
When you are finished, tap
screen.
to return to the storyboard
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Crop a video while customising a storyboard
While customising a storyboard, you can crop videos that you
have added to the storyboard. To crop a video,
1
From the storyboard screen, scroll to a video and tap the
thumbnail.
2
3
4
5
6
7
Tap
Tap
.
to start playback.
Tap
at the point where the new video should start.
Tap
at the point where the new video should stop.
Tap
.
When you are finished, tap
screen.
to return to the storyboard
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Record audio and add it to images or videos
While customising a storyboard, you can add audio to images
and videos by recording audio directly from the Dubbing utility
or by attaching a pre-recorded audio file to an image or video.
You can only record audio for the duration that the image or video is
set to display. To change the duration, see Set the viewable duration
of an image or Crop a video while customising a storyboard.
1
From the storyboard screen, scroll to an image or video and
tap the thumbnail.
2
3
Tap
4
5
6
7
Tap
and record your audio.
Tap
at the point where the audio should stop.
Tap
.
.
Tap a point on the progress bar where the audio should
begin.
When you are finished, tap
screen.
to return to the storyboard
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Attach pre-recorded audio to images or videos
While customising a storyboard, you can add audio to images
and videos by recording audio directly from the Dubbing utility
or by attaching a pre-recorded audio file to an image or video.
You can only record audio for the duration that the image or clip is
set to display. To change the duration, see Set the viewable duration
of an image or Crop a video while customising a storyboard.
1
From the storyboard screen, scroll to an image or video and
tap the thumbnail.
2
3
Tap
4
5
Tap
.
Tap a point on the progress bar where the audio should
begin.
.
Tap the name of an audio file.
The audio file must be at least 10 seconds long.
6
Tap
.
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7 Tap
.
8 Tap at the point where the audio should stop.
9 Tap
to attach the audio file to the image or clip.
10 When you are finished, tap
to return to the storyboard
screen.
Add subtitles
Add subtitles to your images or videos and customise the style
of the subtitle. Subtitles will appear in the centre of the image or
video.
To add subtitles,
1
From the storyboard screen, scroll to an image or video and
tap the thumbnail.
2
3
Tap
.
Tap a point on the progress bar where the subtitle should
first appear.
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4
5
Tap
.
Tap the following icons to set text options:
Icon
Function
Change font size
Change the font style
Change the font colour
6 Tap and rotate the device clockwise.
7 Enter the subtitle text and tap Done.
8 Rotate the device anti-clockwise and tap
.
9 Tap at the point where the subtitle should stop.
10 Tap to preview the subtitle (if necessary).
11 Tap
.
12 When you are finished, tap
to return to the storyboard
screen.
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Apply transitions
1
From the storyboard screen, scroll to an image or video and
tap the thumbnail.
2
3
4
Tap
.
Tap
.
5
6
Tap
Drag the slider to adjust the length of the transition
(maximum of 10 seconds).
again.
Scroll to and tap one of the following transition types:
Icon
Function
No transition
Expand and fade
Fade out and fade in
Box in (rectangular)
Oval out
Circle in
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Icon
Function
Blinds horizontal (up)
Checkerboard
Dissolve
Split horizontal out
Wheel clockwise (1 spoke)
Uncover left
Diamond out
Random transition
7
8
9
Tap
to preview the transition.
Tap
> Apply or Apply to all.
When you are finished, tap
screen.
to return to the storyboard
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Add effects
Change the tone or mood of your storyboard by adding effects
to images or videos.
1
From the storyboard screen, scroll to an image or video and
tap the thumbnail.
2
3
Tap
.
Scroll to and tap one of the following effect types:
Icon
Function
No effect
Sepia tone
Black and white
Negative effect
Heat sensor effect
Red tone
Green tone
Blue tone
Brighten
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4
5
6
Tap
to preview the effect.
Tap
> Apply or Apply to all.
When you are finished, tap
screen.
to return to the storyboard
Capture an image from a video
1
From the storyboard screen, scroll to a video and tap the
thumbnail.
2
3
4
5
6
7
Tap
.
Tap
to start playback.
Tap
to capture an image at the moment you want.
Tap OK.
Tap
.
When you are finished, tap
screen.
to return to the storyboard
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Add text slides
Add text slides between images or videos. Text slides will
accommodate more text than subtitles. To add a text slide,
1
2
From the storyboard screen, tap
.
Tap the following icons to set text options:
Icon
Functions
Change the font size
Change the font style
Change the font colour
Change the background colour
3
4
5
Tap
and rotate the device clockwise.
Enter the text and tap Done.
Rotate the device anti-clockwise and tap
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.
Personal productivity
Browse files with My Files
With My Files, you can browse all the files and folders on your
device. Tap Start > My Files. Navigate through files and folders
by tapping folders to open them and tapping
to return to a
higher level. Tap Menu to rename, delete, or edit your files and
folders.
Search your device for files and
folders
1
2
Tap Start > Search Phone.
Enter part of a file or folder name in the Search for field.
You can restrict your search by selecting a data type from the
drop-down list.
3
4
Tap Search.
To open an item in the results list, tap the item's name.
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Clock
Change World Clock options
Control the function of your time zone updates and clock
display in the title bar by changing the options. To change
World Clock options,
1
2
3
4
Tap Start > Clock.
5
When you are finished, tap Done.
Tap
.
Tap Menu > Options.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Automatic system time zone update: select how to change
the time zone when travelling.
• Display the clock on the title bar in all programs: select
whether or not to show the clock in the title bar.
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Schedule
Change Schedule options
Control the arrangement of information in Schedule by
changing the options. To change Schedule options,
1
2
3
Tap Start > Schedule.
4
When you are finished, tap Done to return to the calendar
screen.
Tap Menu > Options.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Show week numbers: select whether or not to display
numbers for each week of the year.
• Set 1st day of week: select to start the calendar week with
either Sunday or Monday.
• Start in: select the default calendar view mode.
• Set colors of categories: select a colour for each category.
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Memo
Set Memo options
1
2
3
Tap Start > Memo.
4
When you are finished, tap Done.
Tap Menu > Canvas settings.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Canvas size: select a default canvas size for your Memo.
• Storage: select a storage location for your Memo.
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Recorder
Change Recorder options
Set options to define a storage location and specify an
encoding format for your recordings. To change Recorder
options,
1
2
3
Tap Start > Recorder.
4
When you are finished, tap Done.
Tap Menu > Options.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Storage: select a storage location for your recordings.
• Record Format: select an encoding format for your
recordings.
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Tasks
Beam a task to another device (via Bluetooth)
1
2
3
4
Tap Start > Tasks.
Tap the check box next to a task.
Tap Menu > Beam Task…
Tap the name of a Bluetooth-enabled device.
The device will attempt to beam the task to the device you
selected. If successful, "Done" will appear next to the name of
the Bluetooth-enabled device.
Sort tasks
Sort your tasks to locate a task more easily or view tasks with
similar properties. To sort tasks from the Tasks screen, tap
Menu > Sort By > a sort option.
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Set Tasks options
1
2
3
Tap Start > Tasks.
4
When you are finished, tap OK.
Tap Menu > Options...
Tap the check boxes next to one or more of the following
options:
• Set reminders for new items: set whether or not to receive a
reminder for each new task.
• Show start and due dates: show or hide start and due dates
for each uncompleted task on the task list.
• Show Tasks entry bar: show or hide the shortcut bar for
adding new tasks.
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Smart Reader
Change Smart Reader settings
Control how Smart Reader automatically captures business
cards and saves images by changing the settings. To change
Smart Reader settings,
1
2
3
4
Tap Start > Smart Reader.
5
When you are finished, tap
Tap BizCard or Document.
Tap
.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• BizCard automatic capture: set whether or not to
automatically capture a business card when it is aligned with
the frame.
• Save taken image: set whether or not to save captured
images.
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Using Office Mobile
Learn to create and edit Excel workbooks and Word
documents, open and view PowerPoint slideshows, use
OneNote Mobile, and backup and restore your files. For more
information about using Office Mobile, please refer to the
embedded help on your device.
Create and edit an Excel workbook
1
2
3
4
Tap Start > Office Mobile > Excel Mobile.
5
6
7
Repeat steps 3-4 to create a spreadsheet.
Tap New to create a new workbook (if necessary).
Tap a cell to select it.
Enter values or text with the input panel and tap the Enter
virtual key.
To format cells, tap Menu > Edit, Insert, Format, or Tools.
To save the workbook, tap OK.
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Create and edit a Word document
1
2
3
4
Tap Start > Office Mobile > Word Mobile.
5
To save the document, tap OK.
Tap New to create a new document (if necessary).
Create your document with the input panel.
To change the font or paragraph format, tap Menu >
Format > Font… or Paragraph…
Open and view a PowerPoint presentation
1
2
Tap Start > Office Mobile > PowerPoint Mobile.
3
4
Tap the file name to launch the presentation.
Tap the drop-down menu in the top left of the screen to
navigate folders and locate a PowerPoint file.
To advance the slides, tap the screen.
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5
6
To go back to the previous slide, tap
To end the presentation, tap
> Previous.
> End Show.
Create and edit a note with OneNote Mobile
1
2
3
4
5
Tap Start > Office Mobile > OneNote Mobile.
Tap New to create a new note.
Create your text with the input panel.
When you are finished, tap Done.
To edit a note, tap the note and repeat steps 3-4.
Adobe Reader
Open and view a PDF file
1
2
Tap Start > Adobe Reader LE.
Navigate to a PDF file and tap the file name.
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3
While viewing a PDF file, use the following tools:
Icon
Function
Fit the document width
Fit the document on the screen
Go to the first page in the document
Go to the previous page
Go to the next page
Go the last page in the document
Zoom out
Zoom in
• When zoomed in on a PDF page, drag the page around to
reposition it on the screen.
• To zoom by a specific percentage, tap Tools > Zoom > To % and
drag the slider to adjust the zoom. Tap OK to return to the
document view.
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Web applications
Windows Live
With Windows Live, you can stay in touch with friends and
quickly access information on the wireless web.
1
2
3
4
5
Tap Start > Windows Live.
Tap Sign in to Windows Live.
Tap Accept (if necessary).
Enter your login ID and password and tap Next.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
For more information about Windows Live, refer to the
embedded help on your device.
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Messenger
With Messenger, you can remain available to other users and
stay up-to-date with your email without a constant connection
to the wireless web. When a new message arrives or you want
to access internet services, the connection will be restored.
Set up Messenger and sign in
1
2
3
4
Sign in to Windows Live (see previous section).
Scroll to Messenger.
Tap Tap here to sign in.
Select your status and tap Sign in.
Chat with Messenger
1
2
3
Tap Start > Messenger.
Locate and tap a contact's name, and tap Send IM.
Enter a message in the text field at the bottom of the screen
and tap Send.
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4
While chatting, you can perform the following actions:
• Insert emoticons: tap Menu > Add emoticon.
• Transfer a file: tap Menu > Send > a file type > a file.
• Invite a contact to chat: tap Menu > Options > Add
participant.
• Record and send a voice clip: select Voice clip, record your
voice clip, and tap Send.
• Switch between contact list and chat: scroll left or right.
5
To end the chat, tap Menu > End conversation.
Live Search
With Live Search, you can search for local businesses, get
maps and directions, see latest traffic conditions, and even find
local movie showtimes.
Tap Start > Live Search.
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Streaming Player
Set Auto Full Screen
Set the Streaming Player to automatically switch to full screen
mode when you begin streaming a file from the internet. To set
Auto Full Screen,
1
2
Tap Start > Streaming Player.
Tap Menu > Auto Full Screen.
Set Streaming Player options
1
2
3
Tap Start > Streaming Player.
Tap Menu > Options.
On the RTSP tab, tap one of the following options and
select your setting:
• Buffer: set the length of a buffer to use when streaming files
from the internet.
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• UDP Port Range: tap the fields to configure a range for UDP
ports.
• Transport: set the transport method.
• Select Network: set a connection to use when streaming
files from the internet.
4
On the Proxy tab, tap the Enable check box to enable a
proxy server for the real-time streaming protocol. To
configure the proxy server, you must enter the address of
the proxy server and the appropriate port.
5
When you are finished, tap Done.
Midomi
Filter results by language
1
2
Tap Start > Midomi.
3
When the list of results is returned, tap Filter.
Sing a song or grab a song and search for results (see the
user manual for more information).
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4
Tap a language.
• The application will search for results that match only the
selected language.
Check for updates
1
2
3
Tap Start > Midomi.
Tap Menu > Check for updates.
If an update is found, follow the on-screen instructions to
download the update. If no update is found, tap Ok.
RSS Reader
Search for feeds
1
2
3
4
Tap Start > RSS Reader.
Tap a category.
Tap Add Feed.
Tap Search for Feeds.
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5
6
Enter a keyword that appears in the feed's title and tap
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8
9
Tap Add to add the feed.
Tap a search type to search for the feed via a particular
source.
If the feed is located, the RSS Reader will display the feed
properties.
Tap OK to acknowledge that the feed was added.
When you are finished searching for feeds, tap Done.
Mark feeds as read
1
2
3
4
5
Tap Start > RSS Reader.
Tap a category.
Tap Menu > Mark as Read Mode.
Tap the check box next to any feed to mark it as read.
Tap Done.
To mark feeds as unread, tap Menu > Mark as Unread Mode and
tap the check box next to any feed to make it as unread.
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Add new feed category
1
2
3
4
Tap Start > RSS Reader.
Tap New Category.
Enter a name for the new category.
Tap Done.
Change feed options
1
2
3
4
5
Tap Start > RSS Reader.
Tap a category.
Tap Menu > Options.
Tap a feed.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Delete expired pages: set whether or not to automatically
delete expired pages.
• Pages expire after: set an expiration date for pages.
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• Use automatic deletion: set whether or not to delete old
pages when the feed has the maximum number of pages.
• Max no. of pages: set the maximum number of pages that
the feed will store.
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When you are finished, tap Done.
Change RSS Reader options
Control how RSS Reader updates feeds by changing the
option. To change RSS Reader option,
1
2
3
4
Tap Start > RSS Reader.
Tap Menu > Option.
Change the Update after ActiveSync option. When the
option is on, feeds will automatically update after you
synchronise your device. When the option is off, you must
manually update your feeds.
When you are finished, tap Done.
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Podcast
Change Podcast options
Control how Podcast updates feeds by changing the options.
To change Podcast options,
1
2
3
Tap Start > Podcast.
4
When you are finished, tap Done.
Tap Menu > Options.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Download Storage: select a storage location for podcasts.
• Update after ActiveSync: select whether or not to
automatically update after you synchronise your device.
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QIK
Change optimisation and storage settings
1
2
Tap Start > QIK.
3
4
Tap
5
When you are finished tap
Login to QIK by entering your login ID and password (see
the user manual for more information) (if necessary).
.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Optimize for: set QIK to optimise the video stream for quality
or speed.
• Media storage: set a location to store media files.
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Communities
Change Communities options
1
2
3
Tap Start > Communities.
4
When you are finished, tap Done.
Tap Menu > Options.
Tap one of the following options and select your setting:
• Upload settings: select a default image size to upload.
• Upload reservation: set to upload files to a destination
automatically at the scheduled time.
• Upload details: view details of your last upload.
• Preferred Sites settings: edit your ID and password for
favourite destinations.
• Disclaimer: view the disclaimer information.
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Settings
To access the settings menu, tap Start > Settings.
Basic Settings
Sound Settings
• Ring: select a ring type, ringtone, and vibration type.
• Notification Sound: enable options for playing and repeating
notifications, displaying messages, flashing lights, and
vibrating to notify you of an event, such as a reminder, voice
mail, or new message.
• Touch Alert: set alerts for various touch screen events.
• Hardware Buttons Tone: enable or disable key sounds.
Display and Light
• Wallpaper: select a wallpaper image.
• Theme: select a theme for the device interface.
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• Items on Today: view or edit the items shown on the Today
screen.
• Large Indicator: enable or disable the large versions of status
indicators.
• Brightness: adjust the brightness of the touch screen.
• Lock Screen: set whether or not to lock the device upon
wake up.
• Main Menu: select a Menu mode style.
General Settings
Wireless Manager
Enable or disable wireless functions.
Power
• Battery Power: set battery-saving options, including
backlight options.
• External Power: set options for using external power,
including backlight options.
• Performance: select a CPU performance profile.
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Button
• Assign a program: assign program shortcuts to device keys.
• Wake up: set which keys will wake up the device.
• “X” button: set to end the program with the X button.
Align Screen
Align the touch screen.
USB Connection
Select a function for the USB connection and enable or disable
advanced network functionality.
DivX Registration
Register your device to play videos protected by DivX
encoding.
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GPS
• Connection: select GPS program and hardware ports, the
baud rate, and whether or not to manage GPS automatically.
• XTRA: enable or disable the XTRA enhanced GPS server and
select when to automatically download XTRA data.
• Assist GPS: enhance the startup performance of GPS
receivers by using network elements such as assistance
server.
Owner Information
• Identification: enter your personal identification information,
including name, company, address, telephone number, and
email address.
• Notes: enter a note regarding owner information.
• Device Name: view and edit your device name.
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Phone Settings
Change the following settings to control how your device
functions:
General
• Call Cost: view call cost information, reset the call cost
counter, set a maximum allowable call cost, and set the price
per unit for calls.
• Caller ID: set whether to provide your Caller ID information to
everyone, no one, or only your contacts.
• Own Number: store your own numbers. The maximum
number of own numbers you can store may differ depending
on your SIM or USIM card.
• Fixed Dialing: activate fixed dialling and add numbers to the
fixed dialling list.
• Auto Answer: set how quickly calls are automatically
answered during hands-free operation.
• Closed User Group: activate a closed user group, allow or
prevent outside access, and use either default group
numbers or specify a group index.
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Voice Call
• Call Barring: view and receive settings from your service
provider that allow you to bar (block) incoming calls.
• Call Forwarding: view and receive settings from your service
provider that allow you to forward calls.
• Call Waiting: receive a notification of an incoming call while
you are on the phone.
Video Call
• Video Call Options: select display layout, an image to display
when using the Hide me option, and video quality for video
calls.
• Call Barring: view and receive settings from your service
provider that allow you to bar (block) incoming calls.
• Call Forwarding: view and receive settings from your service
provider that allow you to forward calls.
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Message
• Cell Broadcast Message: enable or disable cell broadcast
message reception, modify the channel list, and set
languages for CB messages.
• WAP Push Message: set the push message receiving option,
the push message service centre, and push message loading
options.
• Voice Mail: view and edit voice mail numbers.
• Send Text Message Options: set the validity period for
sending text messages and the text message service centre.
Motion Settings
• Etiquette: enable or disable the etiquette pause feature.
• Calibration: calibrate the motion sensor.
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Security
• Password Lock: set a device lock password.
• SIM Lock: enable or disable the SIM lock function.
• SIM PIN: set whether or not to require a PIN when using the
device.
• Change PIN: change the current PIN.
• Change PIN2: change the current PIN2.
• Change Barring Password: change the current call barring
password.
• Mobile Tracker: configure and change the password for the
mobile tracker feature.
Network Settings
• Band Selection: select a band to use for cellular service.
• Network Options: set the network selection method and set
preferred networks.
• HSDPA: enable or disable high-speed downlink packet
access.
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• Restore Connections: restore all network settings to factory
defaults.
• Operator Settings: select a cellular operator.
• Bluetooth: activate or deactivate the Bluetooth feature.
• Wi-Fi: turn on or off Wi-Fi.
• Certificates: view personal, intermediate, and root security
certificates and their expiration dates.
Memory Settings
• Program RAM: view available RAM and RAM usage for
currently running programs.
• Main Storage: view available Main Storage memory and
programs currently stored in the Main Storage memory.
• Storage Card: view available external card memory and
format the memory card.
• Clear Memory: delete all data and reset all settings to the
manufacturer’s defaults.
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Advanced Settings
System
ClearType
Enable or disable the ClearType feature.
Customer Feedback
Enable or disable feedback reporting for Windows Mobile
software issues. If you participate, anonymous information
about how you use Windows Mobile software will be sent to
Microsoft.
Encryption
Set whether or not to encrypt files when saved to a storage
card. Encrypted files can only be read by the original device
used to encrypt them.
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Error Reporting
Enable or disable error reporting. If you enable error reporting,
information about software operation can be used for later
reporting to Microsoft in the event of a serious error.
Input Method
Set input method options on the following tabs:
• Input Method: set input method options.
• Word Completion: set whether or not to suggest words when
entering text and enable or disable the Auto Correct feature.
• Options: set voice recording format, default zoom level for
writing and typing, capitalisation, and scrolling options.
Managed Programs
View details for managed programs.
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Regional Settings
Set regional options on the following tabs:
• Region: set a region and view samples of regional settings.
• Number: set options for displaying numbers.
• Currency: set options for displaying currency.
• Time: set options for displaying time.
• Date: set options for displaying dates.
Version
• Device: view the device version (information cannot be
changed).
• Windows Mobile: view the Windows Mobile software version
(information cannot be changed).
Windows Updates
Set how to check for the latest Windows Mobile updates.
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Connection
Browser Connections
Set whether or not to automatically detect network settings
and select a network to use when browsing the web.
Connections
Add and configure settings for internet or work network
connections.
Domain Enrollment
Enroll your device in a company domain.
GPRS Authentications
Set the authentication type for your network provider.
Microsoft My Phone
Set to configure your My Phone account.
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Installed Items
Manage installed applications.
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Index
Adobe Reader 57
images
applying effects, 29
editing, 27
uploading to web, 27
Auto Answer 15
call timer 19
keys, customising 73
Caller ID
restricting, 18
using photo as Caller ID, 12
Live Search 61
Media Player
changing options, 26
changing playback
speed, 25
using song as ringtone, 26
calls
blocking, 17
forwarding, 17
mulitparty (conference), 18
placing on hold/retrieving
held, 17
waiting, 16
Memo 50
Messenger
chatting, 60
setting up and signing in, 60
Communities 70
FM radio 30
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Midomi
checking for updates, 64
filtering results, 63
RSS Reader
adding new categories, 66
changing feed options, 66
marking feeds as read, 65
searching for feeds, 64
My Files 47
Office Mobile
Excel, 55
OneNote, 57
PowerPoint, 56
Word, 56
Schedule 49
Phonebook
adding categories, 14
rejecting numbers, 13
using photo as Caller ID, 12
sound profiles 10
Search Phone 47
Smart Reader 54
speakerphone, using 15
storyboards
adding audio, 32
adding effects, 44
adding images or videos, 34
adding subtitles, 40
adding text slides, 46
applying transitions, 42
capturing videos, 45
Podcast 68
QIK 69
Recorder 51
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cropping videos, 37
deleting images or
videos, 34
recording audio, 38
setting viewable duration, 36
Streaming Player 62
Tasks
beaming to another
device, 52
sorting tasks, 52
Video Editor (see storyboards)
Windows Live 59
World Clock 48
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