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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS–KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Do not dispose of batteries in fire–they may explode. Do not swallow batteries. If an AAA battery is swal-
lowed, contact your local poison control center, your physician, or the National Battery Ingestion Hotline at
(202) 625-3333.
Do not swallow the battery door.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction............................................................................... 2
Safety Notes .............................................................................. 3
Operation................................................................................... 5
Turning the ADVISOR On ...................................................... 5
Turning the ADVISOR Off...................................................... 6
Receiving a Message............................................................. 6
Reading your Message.......................................................... 7
Automatic and Manual Message Scrolling .......................... 8
Manual Scrolling Line by Line .............................................. 9
Moving Through Messages in Memory .............................. 11
Previewing the First Screen of Messages in Memory....... 12
The Advisor Function Menu................................................... 14
Alerts Function .................................................................... 16
Clock Function..................................................................... 18
Alarm Function .................................................................... 19
Speaker Function ................................................................ 21
WARNING
WARNING
Lock Function ......................................................................22
Delete Function ....................................................................26
Personal Message File............................................................30
Transferring a Message .......................................................30
Transferring a Message from the Read Mode ....................32
Reading a Message..............................................................33
Deleting a Message..............................................................35
ADVISOR Standard Features..................................................37
Selected ADVISOR Options....................................................39
Duplicate Message Detection..............................................39
Priority Alerting....................................................................39
Memory Clean Up.................................................................39
Group Call.............................................................................40
Mail Drop ..............................................................................41
Out-of-Range Indicator ........................................................43
Battery Information .................................................................43
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Congratulations! You are now using one of the most versatile, technically advanced, feature-packed alphanumeric display
pagers available.
The Motorola ADVISOR Message Receiver provides a complete personal message center that fits easily in your pocket
or purse, or in a convenient carrying case you can wear on your belt.
The ADVISOR Message Receiver stores complete messages in memory, continuously keeps you informed of the status
of each message, and provides message-memory control with a variety of memory-management functions.
The Motorola ADVISOR Message Receiver offers many convenient features not found on most pagers; therefore, we
suggest that you read this operating instructions manual carefully to get the full benefit from your page r.
Function
Button
Read
Button
ADVISOR
CONTROL SUMMARY
READ BUTTON–Used to read messages in memory.
FUNCTION BUTTON–Used to select the ADVISOR's
special function menu. When pressed and held for one
second, the backlight turns on.
ON/RESET BUTTON–Used to turn the ADVISOR "on,"
as well as reset the unit when it is paged.
LAMP–Flashes to give a visual indication when a mes-
sage is received.
INTRODUCTION
On/Reset
Button
Liquid-Crystal
Display (LCD)
Lamp
Directional
Control
Buttons
DIRECTIONAL CONTROL BUTTONS– These buttons
have several functions:
LEFT and RIGHT BUTTONS–
Used to move the
cursor through the status screen or to preview the first
screen of each message in memory. Also used to
move between various menu functions.
UP and DOWN BUTTONS–
Used to scroll the mes-
sage display forward or back, one line at a time. Also
used to move the cursor between the first and second
lines of the message status screen.

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    Congratulations! You are now using one of the most versatile, technically advanced, feature-packed alphanumeric display pagers available. The Motorola ADVISOR Message Receiver provides a complete personal message center that fits easily in your pocket or purse, or in a convenient carrying case you can wear on your belt.

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    MOTOROLA, INC. On/Reset button until the “ PUSH FOR OFF ” screen appears on the Turning the ADVISOR on: Press the On/Reset button to turn the pager PUSH FOR OFF display. The “ PUSH FOR OFF ” screen displays an arrow pointing to the on.

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    Manual Scrolling Line by Line: When a message contains more than Press the Down Directional Control button again to scroll to the next X01:PLEASE COME TO THE NEW CONTRACT AT four lines of data, it can be read line-by-line using the Up and Down Di- line of the message.

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    X01:PLEASE COME TO of message #3, the cursor wraps around to the first line of message #1. The ADVISOR Function menu is displayed by pressing the Function button. The functions to the left of the Home position MY OFFICE TO DISCUSS Õ...

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    Ï Chirp Alert - Chirp at the loudest level. If the pager is equipped with Right Directional Control buttons to move to the field(s) you wish to É change (hours, minutes, am/pm/24hr, day, month, year); the Up and Down the VIBRA-PAGE feature, it chirps and vibrates on incoming mes- 12:00 AM 6/11/90 á...

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    ©©À ©©©À can be “locked” to prevent them from being overwritten when memory is set the ADVISOR to either the audible mode or the silent mode of opera- tion. If the speaker symbol ( õ ) is displayed in the lower left-hand corner full.

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    A lock symbol ( ë ) replaces the arrow Message to be Locked with Messages that are no longer important can be deleted from the ADVISOR Message Receiver. cursor at that message location. Function Menu Displayed ©©©í...

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    Õ ë ¶ « ory location is the last right-hand position on the second line of the display.) The ADVISOR leaves the read mode and the display changes to the mes- First Screen of Message to be Deleted Location of Personal Message File sage-status screen.

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    The message is removed from its memory location and stored in the per- X© ©© NOTE THE COMPLETED sonal message file. The display reverts to the message-status screen. À The messages contained in the Personal Message File are stored in FINANCIAL ANALYSIS a vertical fashion in the order in which you transferred them;...

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    5:05 PM 8/25/90 memory. A single message may be 2000 characters in length. The ADVISOR can also store up to 16 Mail Drop messages “ MEMORY FULL ” warning on the message-status screen indicates that (optional). An additional 10 messages can be transferred to the Personal Message File (if equipped) and 10 messages a message may be pushed out of memory by a new incoming message.

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    ARRIVE AT 4:00 PM ON deleted in its entirety by selecting the delete function from the message- • Information Services messages do not remain in memory when the ADVISOR is turned off unless the pager is equipped FLIGHT 382. status screen. The message number indicator is preceded by a History with “Save Mail Drop Messages”...

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    Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the Motorola products described in this manual may not be copied or reproduced in any manner without the express written permission of Motorola.

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