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Casio E-A10 Operation Manual

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8
Press
.
• Alternatively, you also
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could touch
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(Save) on the time
setting screen.
CASIO Japanese
• This displays the
HOME screen.
Language Learning Tool
• To avoid misplacing the stylus, always be sure to
return it to its storage slot in the side of the
Japanese Learning Tool whenever you are not
Operation Guide (
)
using it.
• You can assign dictionaries you want to the HOME
screen so they are available for selection. For more
Before using this product, be sure to read and
information, see "Assigning Often-used
observe the separate "Operating Precautions" .
Dictionaries to the HOME Screen" (in the column
Be sure to keep all user documentation handy for
to the right).
future reference.
This Operation Guide provides you with general
Turning Power On and Off
information you need to start using your Japanese
Language Learning Tool.
Power turns on and off
automatically whenever you
• The screen shots and product illustrations shown in
open or close the Japanese
this manual may be different from those of the actual
product. Also note that some keys and screen
Learning Tool panels
indicators are shown in simplified form.
• You also can use the
following key operation to
Example:
turn power on or off.
1
Press the
→ Quick Palette
button
• Power also turns on when you press a dictionary/
mode key.
Loading Batteries for the First Time
2
Press
again to turn off power.
Load the two AA-size batteries that come with the
General Guide
Japanese Learning Tool before trying to use it.
1
Remove the battery
Display
cover.
You can touch the screen to select an on-screen
• While pressing down on
item, swipe it to scroll to another screen, or input
the two
locations
characters by handwriting them on the screen.
shown in the illustration,
Quick Palette icons
slide the battery cover in
You can quickly perform
the direction indicated by
various operations by
the arrows.
touching icons with the
2
stylus. The Quick Palette
Load two batteries.
icons along the left side of
• Load each battery with
the display depend on the
the minus (–) pole facing
function being used.
as shown in the nearby
illustration.
• With the battery on top of
the ribbon, press down
on the plus (+) end of the
battery.
• Make sure the (+) and (–)
ends are facing correctly
and that the spring is
pressed straight down.
3
Replace the battery cover.
4
Remove the stylus
Stylus
from the side of the
Japanese Learning
Tool and use it to
press the RESET
button.
• Do not use a
toothpick, lead pencil,
RESET button
or other object with a
breakable tip.
5
Unfold the Japanese Learning Tool.
Display
⑥ ⑦
Keyboard
① Dictionary/mode keys
Toggle between the initial screens of the two
Arrow keys
dictionaries/modes assigned to each key.
(Power) Key
Toggles power on and off.
③ Earphones Jack (Side)
Connect commercially available earphones.
④ USB Cable Connector (Side)
Recording microphone
You can use a specified USB cable to connect to a
This causes the
言語設定
(language selection) screen
computer for power.
to appear.
(Shift) Key
6
On the
言語設定
(language
*
To input (?) or (
) or to use a function marked with the
selection) screen, use
same type of frame as this key, first press
to move ● to
英語
and
Release
and then press the desired key.
(English) and then press
(Scroll) Keys
(Enter).
• Scroll screen contents up and down.
• This causes the time setting screen to appear.
• While a definition or explanation screen is displayed,
7
Use the time setting screen
pressing
to configure time settings.
previous or next screen.
• Use
,
,
, and
or
(Text Size) (Volume Level (+)) Key
the stylus to highlight the
• Changes the size of the displayed text.
setting you want to change,
• Also press to raise the pronunciation volume level. If
and then use the on-screen
no pronunciation is being output, press
Number keys
number keys to change the
(History) (Volume Level (-)) Key
setting.
• Accesses history data.
• Touch
12/24
to toggle between 12-hour and
• Also press to lower pronunciation volume level. If no
24-hour format timekeeping.
pronunciation is being output, press
• When you are using 12-hour format timekeeping,
(Jump) Key
you need to touch
AM
(a.m.) or
PM
(p.m.)
Jumps from a definition or explanation to a related
before setting the time.
item in the same dictionary, or looks up a term on the
• To display the HOME screen without changing time
displayed screen in a different dictionary.
settings, touch
【中止】
(Cancel).
(Audio/Guide) Key
• Press to play native speaker or synthesized
pronunciation or to compare your pronunciation with
native speaker pronunciation.
• Press after
(Back) Key
Back-steps through previous operations.
(Enter) Key
Applies input characters or the item selected on the
screen.
⑬ Arrow Keys
These keys move the selection highlighting or cursor
up, down, left, or right.
(Setup/Delete) Key
• Deletes the character to the right of the current
cursor location.
• Press after
to display a screen for changing
the setup of the Japanese Learning Tool.
⑮ Card Slot (Side)
Use this slot to view photo data.
⑯ Letter Keys
Use these keys to input characters.
(HOME) Key
Displays the HOME screen.
【戻る】
(Back)
Dictionary/
Performs the same functions as the ⑪
mode keys
key.
【決定】
(Enter)
Performs the same functions as the ⑫
(Power)
key.
【ノート】
(Note)
Touch to use the ノート (Note) function. (

【さらに検索】
(Search Again)
key to turn on power.
Touch this button when performing split screen
*
search
1, refine/specific word order search
*
spelling/original form search.
3

音声】
(Audio)
Performs the same functions as the ⑩
Guide) key.

【ジャンプ】
(Jump)
Performs the same functions as the ⑨
key.

【トレーニングジム】
(Japanese Training Gym)
Touch to display the initial screen of the Japanese
Quick Palette buttons
*
Training Gym.
4
You can quickly perform

(HOME)
various operations by
Performs the same functions as the ⑰
touching buttons with the
stylus.
key.
*
1 While a definition or explanation screen is
displayed, you can display a definition or
explanation screen from another dictionary in the
lower half of the display.
*
2 On a PHRASE (Phrase Search) or EXAMPLE
(Example Search) list screen, you can add terms
and specify the word order to refine a search.
*
3 Inputting characters for HEADWORD (Headword
Search) with a dictionary that has FUZZY SEARCH
(Spell Check) and then touching
【さらに検索】
(Search Again) will display a term whose spellings
resemble your input or a term that is thought to be
the spelling original form of your input.
*
4 Content to help improve your Japanese ability.
You can select a learning plan, which is a
combination of recommended content. Or you can
select from among Vocabulary/Grammar,
Listening, and more to work on a specific area.
Display Items
The following explains the meanings of the different
items (indicators, icons, buttons) that appear on the
display.
This:
Means this:
A definition or explanation continues
off the top, bottom, left, or right of the
screen. Use the arrow keys to scroll
the screen.
There is an explanation for the word
(Comment)
where the indicator is located.
There is a phrase that uses the term
(Phrase)
you are looking up.
There is an example that uses the term
(Example)
you are looking up.
Native speaker pronunciation is
available for the contents to the right
or below this indicator.
Native speaker pronunciation is
(Native Voice)
available.
.
Synthetic voice reading is available.
(Reading)
Pronunciations are available for the
(Pronunciation
English term on the screen.
Search)
The language whose pronunciation is
and then a scroll key scrolls to the
(English)
applied for pronunciations and
(Language)
readings.
There is related information for the
term you are looking up in the current
dictionary.
first.
Jump function is in use.
(Jump)
History function is in use.
(History)
first.
Zoom function is in use.
(Enlarge)
Guide function is in use.
(Guide)
Indicates the display method when
(Display All)
using Example Search or Phrase
Search.
(Word Order)
(Continuous)
to view guide information.
Panel Touch and Text Input Tips
Handwriting Input
Use the stylus to write the character on the screen.
• When performing a display
Display
screen touch operation, be
• Touch the Quick Palette
sure to support the back of
display character input cells.
• Write a character into a cell and then touch
the display with your hand.
(Recognize).
• Strong pressure is not
required when performing
Character Input Mode
display screen touch
The indicators described
operations.
below appear on the
• Avoid applying excessive pressure during touch
screen to show the current
operations and input. Strong pressure can cause
input mode.
cracking or breaking of LCD panel.
• For stylus input, be sure to use only the stylus that
comes with your Japanese Learning Tool.
Indicator
• When using your finger for input, do not tap with your
fingernail.
Keyboard Input
(Back)
• To input numbers, touch the on-screen number keys.
• For information about Thai input (search), see
(Enter)
"Specifying the First Letter of a Thai Term" under
" 【Pattern 3】 : Searching step-by-step through a series
of titles" (in the column to the right).
page 2).
Inputting Japanese Characters
*
• The number of cells that appear on the screen depends
2, or
on the type of characters that can be input.
Correcting Character Input
(Audio/
• The example here uses the screen (character input
• Use alphabetic characters to input Japanese.
cells) that are displayed after
To input this:
Type this:
(Jump)
touched.
いんかん
Example: If you write
さんぽ
or
recognized as
きょう
らっこ
or
えーる
(HOME)
Inputting Alphabetic Characters
1
Touch the character
(
• This displays up to
10 possible
candidates for the
character.
To input this:
Type this:
2
If you find the correct
internet
character among the
?
candidates, touch it.
*
• If you do not find the
correct character,
*
• Input of a question mark (?) and asterisk (
) is not
touch
supported for a HOME screen search.
rewrite the character
• When entering a noun that is normally accompanied by
and then touch
an article, enter the noun only without the article. To
Recog.
look up "the Beatles" for example, input "beatles" .
• Touching
■ Inputting Vietnamese
blank (nothing input) will delete the character
currently in the input field.
• Input Vietnamese using characters without tone
symbols and blank spaces.
Touch Screen Operations
Example: "bác sĩ" → "bacsi"
■ To select a dictionary
• Your Japanese Learning Tool does not support input of
Vietnamese characters (ặ, đ, ể, etc.)
1
Touch the Quick Palette
Inputting Chinese Characters (Pinyin)
to display the HOME screen.
2
Touch
1
2
3
4
5
3
Touch a category.
• Touching a category
selects it.
• The currently selected
category or dictionary
• Numbers are not actually printed on the keyboard
will be indicated by a
keys.
green cursor (
To input this:
Perform this operation:
4
Touch a dictionary
W T I A N
ming2tian1
(icon).
(
)
Q
明天
• This displays the initial
screen of the
• To input one of the four tone symbols (
, ,
, ) or
dictionary.
the neutral tone symbol ( ), press
, use
and
to select the desired symbol, and then press
.
• To input "ü" , press
V
.
Inputting with the Japanese
■ To select a headword or screen item
Syllabary Keyboard
1
Enter characters. On the list that appears,
touch the term or screen item you want.
When the Quick Palette
Kana Key
icon is displayed
• This highlights the term or item.
during text input, touching it displays a Japanese
2
syllabary keyboard, which makes text input easier.
Touch the highlighted term or item again.
• This displays the definition or explanation in the
Example:
スーパー大辞林 3.0
(Japanese Dictionary)
case of a term, or the next screen in the case of a
Touching the Quick Palette
screen item.
Kana Key
icon displays a
■ Scrolling the Screen
Japanese syllabary
• If there are pages following the currently displayed
keyboard.
page, you can scroll to them by swiping the panel.
• Swiping quickly will scroll at high speed. Touch the
panel to stop the scrolling.
Japanese syllabary
keyboard
• To delete a character, use
and
to move the cursor
to the left of the character to be deleted, and then
touch
Delete
.
• To input a small character while the Japanese syllabary
screen is displayed, input the desired character and
then touch
Small
(Small Letter).
• Katakana and hiragana keyboards are both available.
Use 【Kata】/【Hira】 to toggle between them.
• Touching
closes the Japanese syllabary screen.
1
Assigning Often-used Dictionaries to
the HOME Screen
Hand
(Handwriting) icon to
You can assign up to six often-used dictionaries to
the HOME screen for quick and easy recall whenever
Recog.
you need them.
■ To assign a dictionary to the HOME screen
1
Press
to display the HOME screen.
Indicator
2
Touch
.
3
Touch and hold the dictionary you want to
assign for about one second.
• Dictionaries are displayed on the screen in the
Supported
Supported
order they were assigned, from left to right. To
Input
Indicator
Input
change the arrangement of dictionaries, delete the
Characters
Characters
ones currently registered and register them again.
Hiragana
Simplified
■ To select a dictionary
Chinese
Katakana
Alphabetic
Kanji
1
While the HOME screen is displayed, touch
the dictionary you assigned to the HOME
screen.
Recog.
(Recognize)
■ To remove a dictionary
1
While the HOME screen is displayed, touch
Rewrite
and hold the dictionary you want to remove
Delete
for about one second.
2
Use
and
to select a dictionary removal
option, and then press
• To remove only the selected dictionary, select
"Delete the selected content (1)" .
• To remove all dictionaries you assigned, select
"Delete all contents" .
Hand
(Handwriting) is
Launching a Search from the HOME
喜怒哀楽
but it is mistakenly
Screen
喜怒衰楽
You can input Japanese, alpha characters, or Chinese
to perform a Multi-Dictionary Search from the HOME
Screen.
Input field
1
Press
.
• This displays the
) in the input field.
HOME screen.
2
Touch the search
method you want to
use: JAPANESE,
ALPHABET,
EXAMPLE, PHRASE,
CHINESE.
• This causes the cursor ( l ) to appear in the search
term input box. As long as nothing is contained in
the search term input box, you can touch and
select a different search method, if you want.
Rewrite
,
• Touching
or
(Handwriting) displays the
handwriting input cells. For information about
handwriting input, see "Handwriting Input" (in the
(Recognize).
column to the left).
Rewrite
while the character cells are
• Touching
(Japanese syllabary keyboard)
displays the Japanese syllabary keyboard. For
information about Japanese syllabary keyboard
input, see "Inputting with the Japanese Syllabary
Keyboard" (in the column to the left).
3
Enter the term you want.
• Terms starting with the characters you have
(HOME) button
entered appear in a list on the display. In the case
of EXAMPLE (Example Search) and PHRASE
(Phrase Search), enter the characters you want and
.
then press
.
• Each term also includes an indicator showing its
dictionary.
4
Use
and
to move the highlighting to a
dictionary and term combination, and then
press
.
• This displays the definition screen.
or
).
Launching a Search from a Dictionary
You can use any one of the four patterns shown
below to search for terms and sentences.
Pattern 1
: Entering the initial
characters of the term you want to find
The displayed list of search results changes as you
enter characters of the term you want to find.
Example: To look up the meaning of "
スーパー大辞林 3.0
(beautiful) (
1
Use
and
to highlight HEADWORD
(Headword Search).
2
Enter the term you
want.
• As you enter each
character, the list of
terms is updated
accordingly.
• When entering a
headword, you can
use the following
wildcard characters.
Character
Represents
?
A single unknown character
*
A series of multiple unknown characters of
unknown length
3
Use
and
to move the highlighting to a
term, and then press
• This displays the definition screen.
Pattern 2
: Entering all of the terms
you want to find
Enter the entire term you want to find and then press
.
Example: To find the phrases that use the words "go"
and "to" (
ウィズダム英和辞典
(English-Japanese
Dictionary))
1
Use
and
to highlight PHRASE (Phrase
Search).
• Highlight EXAMPLE (Example Search) to search for
an example.
2
Enter the term.
• When inputting multiple words, separate them with
a space. Enter a space using the
(Space) key.
3
Press
.
• This displays a list of
all phrases that
contain the terms.
4
Use
and
to move the highlighting to a
phrase, and then press
.
• This displays the detailed information screen.
Pattern 3
: Searching step-by-step
through a series of titles
.
With some dictionaries, you need to perform
successive select and execute (by pressing
operations until you arrive at the information you
need.
Example: To look up the counter for rabbits (
例解学習
国語辞典
) (Japanese Dictionary)
例解学習国語
After the initial
辞典
第十版
(
) (Japanese
Dictionary) screen appears,
perform the following
procedure to display the
explanation screen:
「APPENDIX」 →
(
もの
)
を数
かぞ
えることば
(
)
(Counters of things) →
き物
もの
・体
からだ
(
)
(
)
(
)
(Counters of living things)
ウサギ
(Rabbits)
Search
Handwriting/
■ Specifying the First Letter of a Thai Term
method
Keyboard
After displaying the Thai Soft Keyboard, you can input
characters to recall terms that begin with them.
Example: To look up the meaning of "
愛情
" (affection)
(Portable JP-TH-EN)
1
Use
and
to
select "THAI" , and
then press
.
• This displays the Thai
Soft Keyboard.
2
Touch the key of the
first character of the
term you want.
• This will display a list
of terms that start
with the character
whose key you
touched.
3
Repeat the headword select and execute
operations until the explanation screen of the
term you want to look up is displayed.
• When a selection item has a letter next to it, you
can press the applicable letter key to select that
item.
• If a selection item has
next to it, you need to
press
before pressing the applicable letter
key.
美しい
"
(Japanese Dictionary))
.
(Continued on other side.)
)

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    • Touch the Quick Palette 【 Hand 】 (Handwriting) icon to © 2017 CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. (Save) on the time You can assign up to six often-used dictionaries to sure to support the back of These keys move the selection highlighting or cursor display character input cells.

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    ■ Initialize Pattern 4 : Narrowing down the search Pronunciation Synthesized Voice Readings • Meanings of setting item marks 【 】 to move the highlighting to the : Item can be configured during HOME setting Except for Language Settings, User Name, and Date/ using multiple conditions term you want, and then press Synthesized voice readings of terms and examples...

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