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RF-1064 Personal Organizer Agenda électronique multilingue Banco de datos multilingüe User’s Guide • Mode d’emploi • Manual del usuario License Agreement READ THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT. YOUR USE OF THE PRODUCT DEEMS THAT YOU ACCEPT THE TERMS OF THIS LICENSE. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH THESE TERMS, YOU MAY RETURN THIS PACKAGE WITH PURCHASE RECEIPT TO THE DEALER FROM WHICH YOU PURCHASED THE PRODUCT AND YOUR PURCHASE PRICE WILL BE REFUNDED. PRODUCT means the software product and documentation found in this package and FRANKLIN means Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc. Limited Use License All rights in the PRODUCT remain the property of FRANKLIN. Through your purchase, FRANKLIN grants you a personal and nonexclusive licensed to use this PRODUCT. You may not make any copies of the PRODUCT or of the data stored therein, whether in electronic or print format. Such copying would be in violation of applicable copyright laws. Further, you may not modify, adapt, disassemble, decompile, translate, create derivative works of, or in any way reverse engineer the PRODUCT. You may not export or reexport, directly or indirectly, the PRODUCT without compliance with appropriate governmental regulations. The PRODUCT contains Franklin’s confidential and proprietary information which you agree to take adequate steps to protect from unauthorized disclosure or use. This license is effective until terminated. This license terminates immediately without notice from FRANKLIN if you fail to comply with any provision of this license. 1 Getting Started To Use this Organizer for the First Time The first time you use this organizer, you should perform a system reset. Warning! A system reset erases any user-entered information and clears all settings. 1. Turn the organizer over and, if necessary, carefully pull the battery insulation tape to remove it. 2. Press ON/OFF to turn the organizer off. 3. Use a thin, pointed object (e.g., a paper clip) to press the reset button on the back of the organizer. 4. Press ENTER to reset the organizer. To Change the Language This organizer can display prompts and other messages in five languages. 1. Press SHIFT. 2. Press A for English, S for Spanish, D for German, F for French, or G for Italian. To Turn the Keytone Off or On The keytone is the beep that sounds whenever a key is pressed. When the keytone is on, an icon ( ) appears at the upper left of the screen. 1. Press SHIFT. 2. Press V ( ). To Turn the Backlight Off or On 1. Press . 2 Key Guide ON/OFF 64K SCHD/MEMO TEL Q W LOCK/SET TIME ALARM R E A SPACE S Z D CHR CE/C X C Y DST AM/PM V 9 ÷ 4 5 6 x 1 2 3 – 0 . = + MC MR M- U I O H B M+ P +/- 12/24 G F 8 CAL/CONV T % 7 J N K M L SHIFT CAP DEL INS ENTER M.CK/NEXT Function Keys (TEL) Toggles between the business and personal phone directories. (SCHD/MEMO) Toggles between the schedule and memos. (LOCK/SET) Sets the home and world times, daily alarm, the secret mode, and exchange rates. (TIME) Toggles between the home and world time. (ALARM) Selects the alarm clock and then cycles through the daily, hourly, and reminder alarms to activate/deactivate them. Also turns off a sounding daily or schedule record alarm. (CAL/CONV) Toggles between the calculator and converter. Other Keys C (CE/C) Shifted, lets you delete a record. 3 Key Guide ENTER In a record, moves the cursor to the next line. At the last line, stores the record. G (DST AM/PM) When the home time is displayed, turns daylight savings on or off. When setting the home time, sets a.m. or p.m. Shifted, toggles times between 12- and 24H (12/24) hour time display. ON/OFF Turns the organizer on or off. SHIFT Pressed once, shifts a key to perform the function printed above the key. Pressed twice, activates the shift lock. SPACE Types a space in records. Shifted, types special characters. X (CHR) Shifted, turns the keytone on or off. V( ) Direction Keys ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ Unshifted, moves cursor. Shifted, (DEL) deletes a character, (INS) inserts a space, ▲ disengages or engages the caps lock, and ▼ (M.CK/NEXT) displays memory remaining. Displays records, world times, conversions. Calculator Function Keys C (CE/C) F (%) I (MR) L (+/-) O (M-) U (MC) P (M+) Clears the most recent entry. Calculates a percentage. Retrieves a number from the memory. Changes the sign (+/-) of a number. Stores a negative number in the memory. Clears the memory. Stores a positive number in the memory. 4 Using the Clock The clock lets you set a home time and view local times around the world. You should set the home time before viewing the world times or using the schedule. To Set the Home Time If you want to set the time to a.m. or p.m., make sure that the 12-hour time display is turned on by pressing H (12/24) until an A or P appears before the time. 1. Press *LON (TIME) until the home time appears. SUN 1995 - 03 - 04 11 - 23 - 17 The home time has an asterisk at the upper left. 2. Press (LOCK/SET). 3. Use or to change the time zone. If you want, you can type a city name or abbreviation of up to six characters. 4. Use (DEL) and (INS) to move the flashing cursor. 5. Type the date and time. If the cursor is on the time (i.e., third) line and the 12hour time display is set (see above), you can change the time to or from a.m. or p.m. by pressing G ( DST AM/PM). 6. When done, press ENTER to save your settings. The day of the week changes when you save your settings. 5 Using the Clock 7. To change the time to or from daylight savings time, press G (DST AM/PM). Daylight savings time is indicated by an # next to the day of the week. To View the World Times The world times are calculated by adding or subtracting hours to or from your home time. They are not separate clocks that can be set independently of the home time. (TIME) until a world time appears. 1. Press LON SUN 1995 - 03 - 04 11 - 23 - 17 The absence of an asterisk before the city abbreviation indicates that this is a world time. 2. Use or to change the time zone. PAR SUN 1995 - 03 - 04 12 - 23 - 17 6 Using the Alarms This organizer has three types of alarms: a single daily alarm, a schedule reminder alarm, and an hourly chime. To Use the Daily Alarm ( ) The daily alarm is based upon the home time and is not affected by time zone changes. 1. Press (ALARM). 2. Press (LOCK/SET). 3. Type an hour and minutes. 4. Use G (DST AM/PM) to change the time to or from a.m. or p.m. 5. Press ENTER to save your settings. The icon indicates that the daily alarm is set. 6. When the daily alarm sounds, press off the sound. to turn Enabling or Disabling Reminder Alarms ( ((\)) ) To enable a reminder alarm to sound whenever a schedule record occurs, press until the ((\)) icon appears at the right on the screen. To disable the schedule reminder until the ((\)) icon disappears. alarm, press Enabling or Disabling the Hourly Chime ( To enable the hourly chime, press until the bell icon appears at the right on the screen. To disable it, press until the bell icon disappears.. 7 ) Entering Records To Enter a Phone Directory Record Business and personal phone directory records contain three lines of information of up to 36 characters per line. The second and third lines store only numbers. 1. Press (TEL) until the business or personal phone directory appears. 2. Type a name or other text: • To type lower case letters, press ▲ (CAP) to disengage the caps lock and then type letters. Press ▲ (CAP) to engage the caps lock. • To type symbols (e.g., $, :, #), press SHIFT twice to engage the shift lock, press X (CHR) until the correct symbol appears, and then press SHIFT. 3. Type an e-mail address or phone number: • To type an e-mail address, press ENTER, type the address, and then press ENTER again. (To type an @ sign in an e-mail address, press SHIFT and then press X (CHR).) • To type a phone number, press ▼ (M.CK/NEXT) to go to the next line. (To type a hyphen, use the minus key. To type a period, press the decimal point key.) 4. In the third line, type another phone number. 5. Press ENTER to store the entry. 8 Entering Records To Enter a Schedule Record or Memo Schedule records and memos contain three lines of information of up to 36 characters per line. The second and third lines store only numbers. You can also set a reminder alarm to sound whenever a scheduled event occurs. Read “Using the Alarms.” (SCHD/MEMO) until the schedule or memo 1. Press pad appears. 2. Type an event description or memo: • To type lower case letters, press ▲ (CAP) to disengage the caps lock and then type letters. Press ▲ (CAP) to engage the caps lock. • To type symbols (e.g., $, :, #), press SHIFT twice to engage the shift lock, press X (SYM) until the symbol you want appears, and then press SHIFT. 3. Press ENTER or ▼ (M.CK/NEXT) to go to the next line. 4. In the second line, type the year, month, and date of the event, and then press ENTER or ▼ (M.CK/NEXT). If you are entering a memo, you can type numbers in the second and third lines. 5. In the third line, type the time of the event. 6. To change the time to or from a.m. and p.m., press G (DST AM/PM). The cursor must be positioned at a time digit (hour or minute) and the home time must be in the 12-hour time display. 7. Press ENTER to store the record. 9 Viewing and Changing Records You can easily find, view, edit, and delete your phone directory records, schedule records, and memos. To Find and View a Record 1. Use (TEL) or (SCHD/MEMO) to select a database. 2. Do one of the following: • Use or to view the records alphabetically, • Or type the first character(s) of a record and then or until the record appears. use 3. At a phone directory record, press ▼ (M.CK/NEXT) to view the e-mail address, if any. Then press ▼ (M.CK/NEXT) to return to the record. To Edit a Record 1. Find a record. 2. Press SHIFT and then press (INS). 3. To move the cursor, use , , ▼ or ▲. 4. Type your changes. 5. Press ENTER to store the changes. To Delete a Record 1. Find a record. 2. Press SHIFT. 3. Press C (CE/C). 4. Press ENTER to delete it. Or press any other key to cancel the deletion. 10 Using Password Protection This organizer has a secret mode, which lets you create secret business phone directory records, personal phone directory records, and schedule records that only someone with the password you set can use. Warning! Your secret records can be viewed only if you remember your password, so always write down your password and keep it in a separate location. To Set the Password 1. Toggle (TEL) or press (SCHD/MEMO). 2. Press (LOCK/SET). 3. Type a password of up to six characters. Remember to write down your password and keep it in a separate location. (LOCK/SET) to store the password and ac4. Press tivate the secret mode. The key icon on the screen indicates that the secret mode is activated. 5. To deactivate the secret mode, press (LOCK/ SET) twice. To Enter Secret Records 1. Toggle (TEL) or press (SCHD/MEMO). 2. Type a record. To learn how, read “Entering Records.” 3. Press (LOCK/SET) to activate the secret mode. Notice that the key icon appears on screen. 4. Press ENTER to store the secret record. 11 Using Password Protection To View Secret Records Important! To view your secret records, the secret mode must be activated and the business or personal directory, or the schedule, must be selected. 1. If the secret mode is not activated, press (LOCK/SET) until the flashing key icon appears and then enter your password. The key icon indicates the secret mode is activated. 2. Toggle (TEL) or press (SCHD/MEMO). 3. View any secret records. To learn how, read “Viewing and Changing Records.” To Change the Password Important! To change the password, the secret mode must be activated. 1. If the secret mode is not activated, press (LOCK/SET) until the flashing key icon appears and then enter your password. 2. Press (LOCK/SET). 3. Press SHIFT. 4. Use (DEL) and (INS) to move the cursor, type your changes, and then press (LOCK/SET). 12 Using the Calculator To Make Calculations 1. Press (CAL/CONV) until the calculator screen appears. 0. 2. Type a number. You can type up to 10 digits. To change the number to or from positive or negative, press L (+/-). 3. Press the addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division key. 4. Type another number. 5. Press = to make your calculation. 6. To clear the calculation, press C (C/CE). Or press F (%) to calculate a percentage. To Use the Calculator Memory 1. Make a calculation as shown above or simply type a number in the calculator. 2. Press P (M+) to add the result to the memory as a positive number or O (M-) to add it to the memory as a negative number. 3. To retrieve the number from memory, press I (MR). 4. To clear the calculator memory, press U (MC). 13 Converting Measures and Currency To Perform Metric Conversions 1. Press (CAL/CONV) until the inches-to-centimeters conversion screen appears. 2. Press or until the desired conversion appears. 3. To change the direction of the conversion, press (DEL) or (INS). 4. Type a number. 5. Press ENTER to convert it. To Set Exchange Rates You can set more than one exchange rate and convert currencies in both directions. 1. Press (CAL/CONV) until the inches-to-centimeters conversion screen appears. 2. Press or until the blank conversion screen appears. – –> 0. This is the blank conversion screen. 3. Press (LOCK/SET). 4. Type a short abbreviation for the source currency (e.g., USD for U.S. dollars). 5. Press (INS). 6. Type a short abbreviation for the target currency (e.g., YEN ) and then press ENTER. 14 Converting Measures and Currency 7. Type an exchange rate (units of the target currency per one unit of the source currency). 8. Press ENTER to save the exchange rate. To Convert Currencies Note: To convert currencies, you must first set their exchange rates. To learn how, read “To Set Currency Exchange Rates” above. (CAL/CONV) until the inches-to-centime1. Press ters conversion screen appears. 2. Press or until the appropriate conversion screen appears. USD – –> YEN 114. 3. To change the direction of the conversion, press (DEL) or (INS). 4. Type units of the source currency. 5. Press ENTER to convert it to the target currency. This organizer may change operating modes due to electrostatic discharge. Normal operation of this organizer can be re-established by pressing the ON/ OFF key twice or pressing its reset button. 15 Using Other Functions To Check the Memory 1. Press SHIFT. 2. Press ▼ (M.CK/NEXT). CAPACITY 11905 The number indicates bytes remaining. To Reset the Organizer Warning! Resetting the organizer permanently erases all the information entered in it. Perform a reset only when you want to erase and lose all your information. 1. If needed, turn the organizer on. 2. Using the pointed end of a paper clip, press the recessed reset button on the back of the organizer. RESET? should appear on the screen. 3. Press ENTER to reset the organizer. Or press any other key to cancel the reset. 16 Replacing the Batteries This organizer uses two CR2025, 3-volt lithium batteries. Before you follow these steps you should have a small Phillips screwdriver and the new batteries at hand. Warning! When no batteries are installed, this organizer will save your information for only about 30 seconds. So quickly install the new batteries when you remove the old ones. 1. Turn off the organizer and turn it over. 2. With the Phillips screwdriver, remove the two screws at the top of the battery cover and then remove the lid. Do not remove the screws at the sides of the organizer. 3. Remove the old batteries and quickly replace them with the new batteries, with their plus (+) signs facing you. 4. Replace the battery cover. Warning! If RESET? appears when you next turn on the organizer, do not press ENTER unless you want to reset the organizer and erase all your information. Keep Written Copies of Important Data This organizer stores your information as long as the batteries supply power. Warning! If the batteries lose power or are removed, all your information will be lost. Information can also be lost or corrupted if you make a mistake while operating this organizer. Therefore, always keep written copies of your important information in case it is corrupted or lost. 17 Limited Warranty (U.S. only) Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc. (“Franklin”) warrants to the end user that this product will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of ONE YEAR from the date of original retail purchase, as evidenced by sales receipt. On discovery of a defect, the end user must return this product (transportation charges prepaid) either to the dealer from whom it was purchased or directly to Franklin at the address given below. Each product returned must include the user’s name, address, and telephone number, as well as a brief description of the nature of the defect and a copy of the sales receipt as proof of the date of the original retail purchase. Franklin will, at its option, repair or replace any product at no further charge to the end user on determination by Franklin, in its sole discretion, that the product was defective and that such defect arose within the duration of this limited warranty. This warranty does not apply if, in the sole discretion of Franklin, the product has been tampered with, damaged by accident, abuse, misuse, or misapplication, or as a result of service or modification by any party, including any dealer, other than Franklin. FRANKLIN SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE IN ANY WAY FOR ANY SERVICE OR MODIFICATION TO THIS PRODUCT BY ANY PARTY, INCLUDING ANY DEALER, OTHER THAN FRANKLIN. This warranty applies only to products manufactured by or for Franklin. Batteries, corrosion of battery contacts and any damage caused by batteries are not covered by this warranty. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL BE STRICTLY LIMITED IN DURATION TO THAT OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE, THAT IS, ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASE. THE WARRANTY AND REMEDY SET FORTH ABOVE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE RETAIL BUYER AND END USER IN CONNECTION WITH THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, OR USE OF THIS PRODUCT AND ARE IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OR REMEDIES, WRITTEN OR ORAL, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. NO FRANKLIN DEALER, AGENT, OR EMPLOYEE IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE ANY ADDITIONAL WARRANTY IN THIS REGARD OR TO MAKE ANY MODIFICATION OR EXTENSION OF THIS EXPRESS WARRANTY. FRANKLIN SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, OR USE OF THIS PRODUCT UNDER ANY LEGAL THEORY, WHICH DAMAGES SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS, DAMAGES TO PROPERTY OR DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURY (BUT ONLY TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW). UNLESS OTHERWISE CONTRARY TO APPLICABLE LAW, FRANKLIN’S LIABILITY SHALL IN NO CASE EXCEED THE PRICE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT CLAIMED TO BE DEFECTIVE. This warranty shall not be applicable to the extent that the enforcement of any provision may be prohibited by applicable law. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or limitation on how long an implied warranty may last so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Enclose $3.00 check or money order for shipping and handling to: FRANKLIN ELECTRONIC PUBLISHERS, INC. ATTENTION: SERVICE DEPARTMENT ONE FRANKLIN PLAZA BURLINGTON, NEW JERSEY 08016 609-386-2500 18 Specifications Model RF-1064 Size: 12.4 x 8.2 x 1.3 cm • Weight: 3 oz •Batteries: Two CR2025 lithium • Storage capacity: 64 K Cleaning This Product To clean this product, spray a mild glass cleaner onto a cloth and wipe its surface. Don’t spray liquids directly onto the unit. Don’t use or store your organizer in extreme or prolonged heat, cold, humidity, or other adverse conditions. FCC Notice Complies with the limits for a Class B computing device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of 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 undesirable operation. Copyrights, Trademarks and Patents © 1997 Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc. Burlington, N.J. 08016-4907 USA. All rights reserved. ROLODEX® is a registered trademark of Sterling Plastics Co., a subsidiary of Newell Co. Patents Pending Limited Warranty (outside U.S.) This product, excluding batteries is guaranteed by Franklin for a period of one year from the date of purchase. It will be repaired or replaced (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. 19 RF-1064 Personal Organizer Agenda électronique multilingue Banco de datos multilingüe User’s Guide • Mode d’emploi • Manual del usuario
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