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  • Page 1 The permission of the Microsoft Corporation of the United States has been obtained for the use of screens. © Copyright 2002 Fujitsu Limited. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced, or translated, without the prior written consent of Fujitsu Limited.
  • Page 2 Notation Used in this Manual Sample Screens and Illustrations The screens and illustrations in this manual are samples. The screens and illustrations can vary slightly by model and with circumstances. Notation in Text Icon Meaning This gives items requiring attention during use or items that must be Important avoided.
  • Page 3 Product returned to Fujitsu or its service providers for Warranty Service or other repair, including but not limited to the costs of recovering such programs, data or other information.
  • Page 4 AC adapter from the socket. Make sure that the smoke stops, then notify the contact point for inquiries concerning Fujitsu products or the store you purchased this device from. Do not attempt to make repairs yourself. That would be dangerous.
  • Page 5 Do not use this device if the LCD screen is not working and can not display anything. For repairs, contact the contact point for inquiries concerning Fujitsu products or the store you purchased this device from. Using the device in this state can result in electrical shock and fire.
  • Page 6 WARNING Electrical shock Do not get water on this device or get it wet. Doing so can result in electrical shock and fire. Electrical shock Do not place any vase, flower pot, cup, or other utensil containing water or any paper clip or other metal object on or near this device.
  • Page 7 WARNING Interference In crowded locations, such as inside full trains, there is a possibility that someone nearby is wearing a pacemaker, so either switch Off the wireless communication functions or switch off the power for this device itself. The signals from this device can affect the operation of pacemakers. Interference Inside aircraft, either switch Off the wireless communication functions or switch off the power for this device itself.
  • Page 8 CAUTION Fire Use only the specified AC adapter. Using any other adapter can cause fire and injury. Fire Plug the AC adapter all the way into the socket. A half plugged-in plug can cause fire and accidents. Electrical shock When unplugging the AC adapter from the socket, hold it by the plug. Never yank on the power cable.
  • Page 9 CAUTION Electrical shock When leaving this product unused for a prolonged period of time, for the sake of safety, unplug the AC adapter from the socket and from this device. This eliminates the possibility of electrical shock and fire. Injury If the LCD display is broken and the liquid leaks out and gets on your skin, wash your skin with running water for at least 15 minutes.
  • Page 10 LCD Display Characteristics The following are characteristics of the LCD display. Please understand that they do not signal any breakdown of the equipment. • TFT LCD displays use high-level technology. The screen is comprised of over 230,000 pixels (dots) (for this device). Therefore, there may be dots on the screen that do not light up or that never turn off.
  • Page 11 Backing up Data In order to secure the data recorded on this device (including basic software and program software), customers should take necessary measures themselves, for example backing up data. Also, since the preservation of the data cannot be assured when repairs are made, when requesting repairs, it is necessary that the customer back up their data before hand.
  • Page 12 Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
  • Page 13 Configuration of this Manual SECTION 1 This chapter explains basic operation methods for the hardware. SECTION 2 This chapter explains the basic operation methods for using Pocket PC 2002. SECTION 3 This chapter explains how to use the Internet to view web pages and send and receive email and instant messages.
  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Contents SECTION 1 Notice Concerning Usage ........... 2 Handling Precautions ................. 2 Locations to Avoid for Usage and Storage ......... 2 Cleaning ..................... 3 Names of the Parts and Their Functions ......4 Right Side/Bottom ................4 Left Side/Top ..................6 Scroll Bar Operation Methods ............
  • Page 15 Data Input ................32 Soft Keyboard Input ................34 Editing Text ..................39 Writing .................40 Sound Recording ............... 42 Help ..................43 Searches ................44 File Operations Using File Explorer ......... 45 SECTION 3 Connection Settings ............48 Preparations ..................48 Settings for Connecting to the Internet ..........
  • Page 16 Contacts ................84 Screen Configuration ............... 84 Creating a New Contact ..............85 Searching the Contacts ..............85 Using the Summary Screen ............. 86 Revising/Deleting Contacts .............. 86 Tasks ................... 87 Screen Configuration ............... 87 Creating a New Task ................ 88 Using the Summary Screen .............
  • Page 17 Viewing Web Pages through Your Computer ....121 Settings ..................121 Synchronizing Pocket Word/Pocket Excel ..... 123 Linking with Word ................123 Linking with Excel ................123 Backing Up and Restoring ..........124 Backing up Data ................124 Restoring Data ................125 SECTION 7 Various Connections ............
  • Page 18 Adding/Deleting Applications ......... 177 Applications You Can Add .............. 177 Adding Applications Using Your Computer ........177 Adding Applications from the Internet ..........177 Registering Applications on the Menu ........178 Removing Applications ..............178 SECTION 9 Minimizing Problems ............180 Backing up Your Data ..............
  • Page 19 SECTION SECTION...
  • Page 20: Notice Concerning Usage

    SECTION 1 1 Notice Concerning Usage Please watch out for the following, which can cause malfunction and accidents. Handling Precautions • Do not subject this device to mechanical shock or vibration. • Do not disassemble this device. • If this device is used a prolonged periods of time, the temperature of the surface of this device rises and becomes hot when you touch.
  • Page 21: Cleaning

    Bluetooth switch Cleaning WARNING In order to prevent electrical shock or injury, always execute the following before cleaning. • Switch Off the power for this device and disconnect the AC adapter. • If this device is connected to a computer, remove this device from its cradle. Cleaning the Main Unit To clean this device, wipe it gently with a soft dry cloth.
  • Page 22: Names Of The Parts And Their Functions

    SECTION 1 2 Names of the Parts and Their Functions The names of the parts of this device and their functions are as follows. Right Side/Bottom 5 6 7 8 9 Applications buttons With these buttons, you can quickly start the applications you want. Each button can be assigned to two applications.
  • Page 23 Critical Point One-Touch Mute This application switches the muting of audio output from the built-in speakers On/Off. Be aware of the following points. – Even though the sound is muted, the on the title bar does not change to . MUTE is displayed.
  • Page 24: Left Side/Top

    Left Side/Top Back Extendable stylus pen This is a special pen for inputting text and executing programs on the touch screen. It is taken out and stored as follows. – To take the extendable stylus pen out of storage, press the head of the extendable stylus pen and release your hand when you hear a click.
  • Page 25 Power button This button switches the power for this device On/Off. Also, if this button is pressed together with the scroll lever, the touch screen calibration screen is displayed. Tap “Correct touch screen”, then following the instructions on the screen, tap “+” to correct the touch screen. For details on how to operate the scroll lever, see the scroll lever operation method.
  • Page 26: Scroll Bar Operation Methods

    Touch Screen Operation Methods Touch the extendable stylus pen gently to the screen once and remove it immediately. This operation is equivalent to “clicking” on a computer Touch screen and is used for tasks such as starting applications. Drag Press the extendable stylus pen gently against the screen and drag it along the screen.
  • Page 27 • To select the forward item, move in the direction of (1). • To select the rear item, move in the direction of (2). • To execute the selected item, press in the direction of (3). – When the scroll bar is displayed on the screen, you can scroll up with (1) and down with (2).
  • Page 28: Battery

    SECTION 1 3 Battery This device can operate on external power through the AC adapter or on its internal battery. To use this device with the battery, it is necessary to charge it beforehand. Also, while this device is operating, if low battery indicator is displayed at the top right of the screen, recharge the battery soon.
  • Page 29: Checking The Remaining Capacity Of The Battery

    As in the figure, (1) Connect the AC adapter to this device or DC-IN connector, (2) Connect the power cable to the AC adapter, (3) Plug in the power cord to the socket. AC adapter Power cable DC-IN connector Points to Watch Out •...
  • Page 30: Points To Watch Out

    In order to prevent data loss, be ready to recharge the battery whenever displayed at the top right of the screen. Please understand that Fujitsu is not responsible whatsoever for any data loss due to failure to maintain the charge in the battery.
  • Page 31: Switching The Power On/Off

    SECTION 1 4 Switching the Power On/Off You can simply switch the power On/Off, but there are a few points to watch out for. Switching On the Power Important Precaution for switching On the power When using this device for prolonged periods of time or using communications or other operations that consume large amounts of power, we recommend connecting the AC adapter.
  • Page 32 Slide the slide switch to the ON side. Battery switch Close the slide cover. Normal Method for Switching on the Power When using this device with the AC adapter, connect the AC adapter as explained in “Direct Charging”. Press the power button. Power button When using this device for the first time, read the “Power on the device for the First...
  • Page 33 Press the power button. Power button Important Disconnecting the AC adapter Check that the battery is charged before disconnecting the AC adapter and changing to battery power while using this device. For details on how to check the battery’s remaining capacity, see “Checking the Remaining Capacity of the Battery”.
  • Page 34: Resets

    SECTION 1 5 Resets Resetting is an operation that is necessary in such cases as system and application encounter critical errors and stop respond to input. There are two types of resets. • Normal resets • Full resets Normal Resets A normal reset is equivalent to Restart for a computer.
  • Page 35 Open the slide cover. Using the extendable stylus pen, (1) Slide the battery switch to the Off side, then (2) Slide it back to the On side. Close the slide cover. Read “Switching on the Power for the First Time” in the “Quick Start Guide”...
  • Page 36: Connecting With A Computer

    SECTION 1 6 Connecting with a Computer When you connect this device with a computer, you can exchange data between them. For further details, see “Chapter 6 Linking with a Computer”. Computers This Device Can Connect to In order to connect with this device, the computer must meet the following conditions. Windows XP/Windows 2000/Windows NT (SP6 or later)/Windows ME/ Windows 98 Program...
  • Page 37: Connecting

    Connecting This device can be connected with a computer with any of the following methods. • Connecting using the cradle As in the following figure, (1) Connect the USB sync cable that comes with this device or a separately-purchased serial cable to the computer connector, (2) Connect the other end to the cradle, (3) Put this device in the cradle.
  • Page 38: Installing Expansion Units

    SECTION 1 7 Installing Expansion Units You can strengthen the functions of this device by installing expansion units, such as memory. Expansion Units That Can Be Used with This Device The following functions units can be installed in this device. •...
  • Page 39 Install the expansion pack. Slide in the direction of the arrow until you hear a click. Expansion pack Removal Before removing an expansion pack, disconnect the power of this device. Remove the expansion pack. (1) While pressing the eject button, (2) Slide in the direction of the arrow and remove.
  • Page 40: Setting Cf Cards

    Setting CF Cards The methods for setting/removing CF cards are as follows. Setting Remove the dummy card. Hold the dummy card at its projecting section and pull it out. Projecting section Critical Point Store the removed dummy card carefully to avoid losing it. Setting the CF card in place.
  • Page 41: Setting Sd/Mmc Cards

    Removal Remove the CF card. Hold the card at its projecting section and pull it out. Projecting section Set the dummy card in place. Setting SD/MMC cards The methods for setting/removing SD/MMC cards are as follows. Setting Set the SD/MMC card in place. Set the card with the rounded corner facing the bottom of this device and insert all the way until you hear a click.
  • Page 42 Removal Push the card and let go when you hear a click. The card jumps out slightly. Remove the SD/MMC card. Important Be careful. The card eject mechanism contains a spring, so the card may leap out with some force.
  • Page 43 SECTION SECTION...
  • Page 44: Initial Screen And Application Startup

    SECTION 2 1 Initial Screen and Application Startup This section explains the initial screen for this device and methods for starting/ ending application. Today Screen The Today screen is the initial screen for this device. This screen shows important information for the day at a glance. The Today screen is displayed in cases such as the following.
  • Page 45: Starting/Switching Applications

    Critical Point Customizing the Today screen → “Settings” → You can change the Today screen background, items displayed, etc. Tap “Personal” tab → “Today” in that order to make the settings. For details, see “Today Screen Settings”. Status Icons The status icons are displayed at the bottom right of the Today’s screen. You can check the status of this device with the status icons.
  • Page 46: Starting/Switching From The Menu

    Starting/Switching from the Menu Tap the menu. From the displayed menu, select the application you want to start or switch The selected application is started. If the application you selected has already been started, this device switches to that application. →...
  • Page 47: Differences Between Switching Applications And Ending Applications

    Differences between Switching Applications and Ending Applications Even when you switch the application you are using or tap the at the top right, the application is not ended. (The currently displayed application is closed and this device returns to the previously started application.) Details on how to completely end an application are given in “Closing Applications”.
  • Page 48: Operations Common To All Programs

    SECTION 2 2 Operations Common to All Programs This section explains the operations common to all programs. Navigation Bar and Command Bar The blue section that is displayed at the top of the screen is the navigation bar. The current time, the programs running, etc. are displayed. The gray section always displayed at the bottom of the screen is the command bar.
  • Page 49: Pop-Up Menus

    Pop-Up Menus Using pop-up menus makes it possible to execute desired operations quickly and easily. If you tap-and-hold the item for the operation with the extendable stylus pen, a pop-up menu is displayed. Remove the extendable stylus pen from the screen, then tap the desired operation from the menu.
  • Page 50: Data Input

    SECTION 2 3 Data Input You have several options for entering new information: • Use the input panel to enter typed text, either by using the soft keyboard or Character Recognizer. • Write directly on the screen. • Draw pictures on the screen. •...
  • Page 51 The methods for inputting data to this device are as follows. Input using soft keyboard Text is input using the input panel displayed on the screen. This method is usually used for inputting text. Writing You can write characters directly on the screen with the extendable stylus pen just like writing on paper.
  • Page 52: Soft Keyboard Input

    Soft Keyboard Input When you use the input panel, your Pocket PC anticipates the word you are typing or writing and displays it above the input panel. When you tap the displayed word, it is inserted into your text at the insertion point. The more you use your Pocket PC, the more words it learns to anticipate.
  • Page 53 You can cut, copy, and paste text by tapping and holding the selected words and then tapping an editing command on the pop-up menu, or by tapping the command on the Edit menu. In any programme that accepts writing, such as the Notes programme and the Notes tab in Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks, you can use your extendable stylus pen to write directly on the screen.
  • Page 54 To select writing If you want to edit or format writing, you must select it first. Tap and hold the extendable stylus pen next to the text you want to select until the insertion point appears. Without lifting, drag the extendable stylus pen across the text you want to select. If you accidentally write on the screen, tap Edit and then Undo and try again.
  • Page 55 If the conversion is incorrect, you can select different words from a list of alternatives or return to the original writing. To do so, tap and hold the incorrect word (tap one word at a time). On the pop-up menu, tap Alternates. A menu with a list of alternate words appears.
  • Page 56 You can draw on the screen in the same way that you write on the screen. The difference between writing and drawing on the screen is how you select items and how they can be edited. For example, selected drawings can be resized, while writing cannot.
  • Page 57: Editing Text

    Editing Text Adding characters Tap the location where you want to add characters. The cursor is displayed flashing. Input the characters. The characters are added at the cursor position. Deleting characters To delete a single character, tap immediately after the character to delete it. To delete multiple characters, drag the range to be deleted.
  • Page 58: Writing

    SECTION 2 4 Writing You can write characters directly onto the screen with the extendable stylus pen the same way you write on paper. Characters written by hand are stored as is and can be used with Pocket Word or in email. Inputting Writing with Pocket Word When you tap the “View”...
  • Page 59 Critical Point When writing is handled as drawing If your writing extends over three or more of the ruled lines, it is handled as drawing. For more details, see “6 Drawing”. Inputting a note by hand When you tap and switch to the display with the frame ( ), you can input a note by hand.
  • Page 60: Sound Recording

    SECTION 2 5 Sound Recording The recording function enables you to capture thoughts, reminders or voice messages quickly. The recorded messages can be inserted into your document or stored as audio file. You can record using the recording tool bar. •...
  • Page 61: Help

    SECTION 2 6 Help You can check in the help to see how to operate the applications built into this device and other applications installed on it. The help function explains how to operate the programs built into this device. →...
  • Page 62: Searches

    SECTION 2 7 Searches You can find the information you need quickly, search for file names and for text strings included in files. → “Search” in that order displays the search screen. Tapping Input the text string you want to search for. Tapping displays previously searched for text strings.
  • Page 63: File Operations Using File Explorer

    SECTION 2 8 File Operations Using File Explorer You can manage files using File Explorer. → “Programs” → “File Explorer” in that order to display the File Explorer screen. Tap to change folders. Select the sort order for the list. Tap the folder name to open it.
  • Page 64 Deleting Folders/Files Tap the folder/file you want to delete and hold down on it. From the displayed pop-up menu, select “Delete”. A dialog box is displayed to confirm that you want to delete the folder or file. Tap “Yes”. Copying Folders/Files Tap the folder/file you want to copy and hold down on it.
  • Page 65 SECTION SECTION...
  • Page 66: Connection Settings

    SECTION 3 1 Connection Settings This sets the parameters necessary for using the Internet. This section explains connecting using a CF card. For details on connecting in any other way, see help or “Chapter 7 Various Connections”. Preparations The requirements for connecting to the Internet are as follows. •...
  • Page 67 Tap “Add”. Execute the following operation.
  • Page 68 1 Input any name that will remind you what the contents of these connection settings are. The name of the service provider is often a good choice. 2 Make the correct settings for your CF card. 3 Tap “Detailed settings”. The detailed settings screen is displayed.
  • Page 69 Critical Point Primary DNS and secondary DNS Some providers use different designations. For example, the primary DNS may be called the DNS server, DNS server address, or domain name server. Also, if your provider only gave you one server address, set it as the primary DNS. The display returns to the new connection screen.
  • Page 70 (1) Check that the connection name is displayed. (2) Tap 10 (1) Tap the “Dial properties” tab. (2) Tap , then select “CF”. (3) Tap “Tone” and set to 11 Tap to finish the connection screen. This completes the Internet connection settings.
  • Page 71: Settings For Sending/Receiving Email

    Settings for Sending/Receiving Email → “Inbox” in that order. The Inbox screen is displayed. Tap the “Service” menu → “New Service” in that order. The Email setup screen (1/5) is displayed. Critical Point What is a service The setting information for one email address is considered as one service. If you have multiple email addresses, each one is registered as a separate service.
  • Page 72 (1) Input the email address. (2) Tap “Next”. (1) Check the “Status:”and if it is “Completed”, tap “Next”.
  • Page 73 Input the user information. 1 Input your own name. This is the sender name given to the receiver. 2 Input the “User name” and “Password” required for connecting to the email server. 3 Tap “Next”. Critical Point User names and passwords Some providers use different designations.
  • Page 74 Input the server information. 1 Input the reception email server and transmission email server names specified by the provider. 2 Set this for network connection. This does not need to be specified when connecting with a CF card. 3 Set this as necessary. For the options, see help. 4 Tap “Finish”.
  • Page 75: Viewing Web

    SECTION 3 2 Viewing Web Pages Once you have completed the settings for connecting to the Internet, you can view Web pages using Pocket Internet Explorer. This section explains how to view Web pages using a CF card. For details on connecting in any other way, see help or “Chapter 7 Various Connections”.
  • Page 76: Basic Pocket Internet Explorer Operation

    Basic Pocket Internet Explorer Operation Screen Configuration → “Internet Explorer” in that order. Hide pictures button. Favorites button. Home button. Refresh button. The operations of the buttons are as follows. This returns the display to the previous page. During reading-in, this stops the reading-in. At any other time, this updates the page to the latest status.
  • Page 77 Specifying and Opening Web Pages Critical Point When the address bar is not displayed Tap the “View” menu → “Address Bar” in that order to display the address bar. When you start Pocket Internet Explorer, the homepage is displayed first. Input the URL for the Web page you want to display in the address bar.
  • Page 78: Viewable Web Pages

    Critical Point Deleting a Web page from the favorites on the command bar → “Add/Delete” in that order. 1 Tap 2 Select the page to be deleted from the favorites list, then tap “Delete”. To display a Web page registered in the favorites, tap on the command bar, then tap the desired page from the favorites.
  • Page 79: Sending/Receiving Email

    SECTION 3 3 Sending/Receiving Email You can use send/receive email through the Internet. Email sending and receiving use the Pocket Outlook Inbox. This section explains sending/receiving email using a CF card. For details on connecting in any other way, see help or “Chapter 7 Various Connections”. Email Writing and Sending/Receiving In order to send and receive email, it is necessary that the settings for connecting to the email server already be complete.
  • Page 80 Tap to return to the message list. Tap to delete this message. Tap to view the previous or next message. Tap to reply to or forward this message. 1 Input the email address for the contact at “To” and the subject of the email at “Subj.”...
  • Page 81 When input is complete, tap to the left of “To” and “Subj.” The email you have written is stored and placed in the “Outbox”. If you are connected to the email server, your email is sent immediately. For details on the method for sending email in the “Outbox”, see “Connecting to the Email Server and Sending/Receiving”.
  • Page 82: Connecting To The Email Server And Sending/Receiving

    Connecting to the Email Server and Sending/ Receiving When you connect the email server, your email is automatically sent/received. • Any email in the “Outbox” is sent. • Any unread mail on the email server is received. Received email is put in the “Inbox. The following operations are carried out with the Inbox.
  • Page 83: Basic Inbox Operations

    Basic Inbox Operations Screen configuration → “Inbox” in that order. Select the folder and service displayed. Select the order for email list display. The sender addresses and subjects of the emails are displayed. If you tap- and-hold, a pop-up menu is displayed and you can carry out such operations as deleting or forwarding the email or replying to it.
  • Page 84 Viewing Received Email → “Inbox” in that order. A list of the email is displayed. If you want to look at email from other services, tap “Inbox”, then select the other service. In the email list, tap the email you want to view. The operations of the buttons are as follows.
  • Page 85 Replying to/Forwarding Email Replying Display the received email according to Steps 1 and 2 of the procedure in “Viewing Received Email”. on the command bar →“Reply”. For “Reply”, the email you write is sent only to the sender of the original email. To reply to all the addresses on the original email, including the cc’s, tap “Reply to all”.
  • Page 86 Critical Point To completely delete email in “Recycled items (local)” Tap the “Tools” menu → “Empty Recycle Bin” in that order. Managing Email Important Operating on folders with this device When executing the following operations on folders on this device, then connecting to your email server, the operations depend on the service used (ActiveSync, SMS/POP3/IMAP4).
  • Page 87 (1) Input the folder name. (2) Tap Moving Email From the email list, tap-and-hold the email you want to move. From the displayed pop-up menu, tap “Move to folder”. The screen for specifying the folder to move to is displayed. Email can not be moved to a service folder.
  • Page 88 Changing Folder Names It is not possible to change the name of an existing folder. Only the names of folders that have just been created can be changed. Tap the “Tools” menu → “Manage folders” in that order. The folder management screen is displayed. Tap the folder whose name you want to change, then tap “Change name”.
  • Page 89: Exchanging Instant Messages

    SECTION 3 4 Exchanging Instant Messages You can use the Pocket PC edition of MSN Messenger to exchange instant messages and hold conversations (called chats) with multiple people. This section explains simple MSN Messenger usage methods. For further details, see the help for this device or the MSN Messenger help.
  • Page 90: Sign-In And Sign-Out

    Select a Passport or Exchange account, then input the sign-in name and password. Select the account to sign in first. Sign-in and Sign-out You must sign in to use MSN Messenger and you sign out when you exit MSN Messenger. Sign-in Set the CF card in place.
  • Page 91 (1) Input your sign-in name and password. (2) Tap “Sign-in”. When connecting to the Internet for the first time, input the required items. (This is not necessary from the second time on.)
  • Page 92: Basic Msn Messenger Operations

    1 Input the user name and password for connecting to your provider. 2 Normally, this does not need to be input. 3 To store the password, tap the checkbox to select it 4 Tap “OK”. The MSN Messenger screen is displayed. Sign-out Tap the “Tools”...
  • Page 93 Adding/Deleting Contacts You register chat contacts beforehand. Tap the “Tools” menu → “Add Contact” in that order. (1) Input the sign-in name for the contact to be added. (2) Tap “Next”. The completion screen is displayed and the new chat contact is added. Enter message.
  • Page 94 (1) Use the input panel to input your message into the text box displayed in the center of the screen. (2) Tap “Send”. The message you sent is delivered to the other party and your messages back and forth are displayed as a dialog on the screen. When an instant message arrives for you from a chat contact, you are notified with a pop-up.
  • Page 95 SECTION SECTION...
  • Page 96: Pocket Outlook Functions

    SECTION 4 1 Summary As functions for using this device as a notebook, you can use the Pocket PC edition of Microsoft Outlook (Pocket Outlook). This chapter is a simple explanation of Pocket Outlook information, see the help. Pocket Outlook Functions The functions you can use with Pocket Outlook are as follows.
  • Page 97 Tap the “Reminder” tab and specify the reminder method. • If you want an audible reminder, select the checkbox and specify the type of sound from the list box on the right. • If you want a screen reminder, select the checkbox and specify the flashing time from the list box on the right.
  • Page 98: Calendar

    SECTION 4 2 Calendar This program can be used as a schedule pad. This application can be used as a schedule pad. Appointments can be checked on calendars of various formats. You can also set reminder by alarm or message for the calendar date and time. For details on alarm and message settings, see “Reminder Settings”.
  • Page 99: Creating New Appointments

    Switching the Display You can switch the display by tapping the icon on the command bar. The screens displayed for each icon are as follows. Icon Screen Name Summary Plan display Lists the appointments for one day. Day display Displays the appointments for one day in a timetable. Week display Displays the appointments for one week.
  • Page 100: Using The Summary Screen

    When the input is complete, tap The appointment is saved and the display returns to the Calendar screen. Using the Summary Screen The “Summary” screen is displayed when you tap an appointment on the “Plan display” screen or the “Day display” screen. View appointment details.
  • Page 101: Automatic Creation Of A Meeting Reminder

    Automatic Creation of a Meeting Reminder The Calendar can be used to send a meeting notice email to an Outlook or Pocket Outlook user. Critical Point Before writing a meeting notice • The email addresses for the meeting attendees must be input in Contacts beforehand. •...
  • Page 102: Contacts

    SECTION 4 3 Contacts In Contacts, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses, etc. can be registered. Also, the registered data can be shared quickly between this device and another Pocket PC using “2 Infrared Connections”. Screen Configuration → “Contacts” in that order. Select the category of contacts displayed in the list.
  • Page 103: Creating A New Contact

    Creating a New Contact Tap the “New” menu. Tap the item to be input, then input the required item. When the input is complete, tap The information is stored and the display returns to the Contacts list screen. Searching the Contacts You can search using the input box under the navigation bar.
  • Page 104: Using The Summary Screen

    Using the Summary Screen To display the “Summary” screen, tap a contact on the Contacts list. View contact details. Tap to view notes. Tap to change contact information. Revising/Deleting Contacts Revising Contacts In the Contacts list, tap the contact to be revised. The summary screen is displayed.
  • Page 105: Tasks

    SECTION 4 4 Tasks Tasks that need to be executed can be managed in Tasks. You can also set alarms for registered tasks. For details on alarm settings, see “Reminder Settings”. Screen Configuration → “Tasks” in that order. Select the category of tasks you want displayed in the list.
  • Page 106: Creating A New Task

    Creating a New Task Tap the “New” menu item. Tap the item to be input, then input the required item. When the input is complete, tap The information is stored and the display returns to the Tasks screen. Critical Point Creating a Task list simply Tap the “Tools”...
  • Page 107: Using The Summary Screen

    Using the Summary Screen To display the “Summary” screen, tap a task on the Task list. View task details. Tap to show and hide additional summary information. View notes. Tap to change task. Revising/Deleting Tasks Revising a Task From the Task list, tap the task to be revised. The summary screen is displayed.
  • Page 108: Notes

    SECTION 4 5 Notes This device can be used as a notepad when you want to write something down quickly. In addition to text and figures, you can also record sound. Screen Configuration → Notes in that order. Tap to change the sort order of the list.
  • Page 109: Creating A New Note

    Creating a New Note Tap the “New” menu item. Input the contents of the note. Tap to return to the note list (the note is saved automatically). Tap to show or hide the input panel. Tap to write on the screen. Tap to add a recording to the note.
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  • Page 111: Program List

    SECTION 5 1 Program List This displays a list of the applications built into this device and accessory applications. For details, read the references given in this list. Built-In Programs Icon Program Name Function Summary Reference You can connect this device and 1 “ActiveSync Summary”...
  • Page 112: Bundled Applications

    Icon Program Name Function Summary Reference File Explorer Manages files and folders. “File Explorer” Infrared reception You can use the infrared “Infrared reception” communications port to exchange data with other Pocket PCs and other devices with infrared communications ports. Calculator You can calculate using the “Calculator”...
  • Page 113: Standard Pocket Pc 2002 Built-In Programs

    SECTION 5 2 Standard Pocket PC 2002 Built-In Programs This section explains the programs that come built-in with Pocket PC. Pocket Word With Pocket Word, you can create documents in the same way as when creating Word documents on a computer. In addition to text, drawings and sound may also be stored in these documents.
  • Page 114 Critical Point If no file list is displayed when you start Pocket Word The first time you start Pocket Word or if you start Pocket Word with no Pocket Word documents stored, the screen for editing a new file is displayed. File Operations To copy/delete a file or move a file to another folder, operate as follows.
  • Page 115: Pocket Excel

    Handwriting You can handwrite characters directly on the screen. Handwritten characters are displayed as is on the screen. See “5 Writing Characters”. Drawing You can use the extendable stylus pen to draw freely on the screen. Such drawing is displayed as is on the screen. See “6 Drawing”. Recording You can insert sound into documents.
  • Page 116 File Operations The operations for copying/deleting a file or moving a file to another folder are basically the same as for Pocket Word. See “File Operations”. Critical Point Pocket Excel save formats Pocket Excel has a variety of save formats, including Pocket Excel (.pxl) and Excel (.xsl). The format the file is saved in can be specified by tapping the “Tools”...
  • Page 117: Windows Media Player For Pocket Pc

    Splitting the Screen and Displaying Different Areas Since you can scroll through each part of the split screen, you can display different regions on the same worksheet at the same time. This is useful for viewing and editing different areas on large worksheets. Select the cell to split at.
  • Page 118: Pocket Internet Explorer

    Indicates the progress of the current track. Tap to adjust volume. Tap to skip to the next song. Tap to play a previous song. Tap to stop. Tap to play or pause. Pocket Internet Explorer For details on Pocket Internet Explorer, see “Chapter 3 Connecting to the Internet” or help.
  • Page 119: Other Built-In Application

    SECTION 5 3 Other Built-in Application This section introduces built-in programs that are in addition to the standard Pocket PC 2002 programs. Critical Point For details on each application, see help. LX Launcher LX Launcher makes it easier to launch pre-registered applications. You can register applications that you use frequently with classifications that are easy for you to use.
  • Page 120 Screen Configuration Application icon This is a registered program. Tapping one of these icons starts the application. Tapping-and-holding an icon displays a pop-up menu that allows you to register/ delete/edit the application. Switches the program type. Edit Adds and deletes tabs, changes the wallpaper, etc. Switching to large icon display Switches to large program icons.
  • Page 121 Registering/Deleting Registering Programs Tap the “Edit” menu → “Adding/deleting items”. Operate as follows. 1 Specify the position for the tab to add. 2 Input the tab name. 3 Tap “Add”. The new tab is added behind the selected tab.
  • Page 122 Registering Applications Tap the “Edit” menu → “Add/delete tab” in that order. Operate as follows. 1 From the “Item List”, select the tab to register the application to. 2 Input the application name to be displayed. 3 Select the application to register. When directly opening a file related to the application and when referencing an Internet page using Pocket Internet Explorer, tap the “Details”...
  • Page 123 Deleting a registered Application Tap the “Edit” menu → “Add/delete tab” in that order. From the item list, tap the icon for the application to be deleted, then Tab “Delete”. All the starting application information registered to the tab will be lost. “OK to delete item?”...
  • Page 124: Automatic Storage Device Startup/Inf File Editor

    Automatic Storage Device Startup/Inf File Editor Automatic storage device startup refers to the following three applications for automatically starting up the application in a CF card or SD/MMC card when it is set in this device. • Automatic startup editing tool: Creates the automatic startup file (autorun.inf). •...
  • Page 125 Operate as follows. 1 Tap the card in which the automatic startup file was created. 2 Tap the executable file on the card or in the main memory. 3 Tap “Create”. The automatic startup file is created and written onto the card. 4 Tap Startup Settings This sets whether or not to start the application automatically when the card is set in...
  • Page 126: Lx-Backup

    Starting Manually → “Settings” → “System” tab → “Autorun” in that order. Tap “Re-execute”. The “Application Selection” screen is displayed. (1) Tap the automatic startup file for the program to start. (2) Tap “Execute”. The application called in the automatic startup file is started. LX-Backup LX-Backup is an application that backs up the data on this device’s RAM to a CF card or SD/MMC card.
  • Page 127 → “Programs” → “LX-Backup” in that order. (1) Tap either of the memory cards as the backup destination. (They are displayed as “Memory Card” and “Memory Card 2”, depending on the order in which they were set in place.) (2) Tap “Backup”. The backup starts.
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  • Page 129: Activesync Summary

    SECTION 6 1 ActiveSync Summary This section explains what you can do with ActiveSync. ActiveSync ActiveSync is an application for exchanging data between this device and a computer. It can do the following. • Synchronize To synchronize means to compare the data on this device and on the computer and where they are different, to make them the same.
  • Page 130: Installing

    Installing When you install Microsoft ActiveSync, you are prompted to connect your Pocket LOOX and create a partnership. The Fujitsu USB sync driver ( in Companion CD ) must be installed to establish a connection. The first time you connect, the New Partnership Wizard on your desktop PC helps you to establish a partnership and sets synchronize options.
  • Page 131: Synchronization Settings

    Synchronization Settings The “Synchronization Settings” tab sets which information is to be synchronized. Mobile device Select the items you want to synchronize with a computer. Settings This is for detailed settings for synchronization. When you select an item from “Mobile Device”, its button goes into the pushed state. Synchronization Settings The “Synchronization Settings”...
  • Page 132: Synchronization Options

    Synchronization Mode The “Synchronization Mode” tab sets when synchronization is executed. Synchronize continuously while device is connected As long as this device is in its cradle, if information is updated on either the computer or this device, it is synchronized immediately. Synchronize only when connecting Synchronization is only started when this device is first placed in its cradle.
  • Page 133 Resolving Conflicts Select the way how to resolve a conflict when it occurs. – Leave conflicts unresolved When a conflict occurs, this setting leaves undecided the decision as to which contents to unify on. In this case, “Synchronization completed. 1 conflict item” is displayed after synchronization ends.
  • Page 134: Copying Files

    Copying Files To copy files from the computer to this device, operate as follows. Set this device in the cradle connected to the computer. If ActiveSync is not set to be opened automatically, double-click (Microsoft ActiveSync) on the desktop to start ActiveSync. Click the “File”...
  • Page 135: Synchronizing Web Pages And Email

    SECTION 6 2 Synchronizing Web Pages and Email You can use ActiveSync to transfer Web pages viewed on the computer and email received on it to this device so you can read them on the go. Synchronizing Web Pages If you find a Web page using your computer but do not have time to read it right away, you can transfer it to this device to read on the go.
  • Page 136 (1) If necessary, change the name of the favorite. (2) Set the update schedule. (3) Click “OK”. The next time synchronization is executed, the Web page is transferred to this device. Critical Point When the update schedule is specified, the newest information is downloaded to the computer periodically.
  • Page 137: Synchronizing Email

    Mobile Channel Mobile Channel provides text-centric Web pages to make them easier to view on Pocket PCs. On the computer, if you execute the procedure called “Read”, the Web page is downloaded to the computer and transferred to this device during synchronization. Critical Point Reading Mobile Channel requires Internet Explorer Version 4.0 or higher.
  • Page 138: Viewing Web Pages Through Your Computer

    SECTION 6 3 Viewing Web Pages through Your Computer You can view Web pages on this device using your computer’s Internet connection environment by utilizing the desktop pass-through function. A log is kept of the pages viewed on this device, so you can check them again when out at a client’s office.
  • Page 139 Settings on the Computer Start ActiveSync. Click the “Tools” menu → “Options” in that order. At the “Rule” tab, set the pass-through to “Connect”. Select either “Company Network” or “Internet” according to the setting on this device. See “Rules”. Click “OK”.
  • Page 140: Synchronizing Pocket Word/Pocket Excel

    SECTION 6 4 Synchronizing Pocket Word/Pocket Excel Pocket Word/Excel files can be synchronized with computer Word/Excel files. This section explains the points to watch out for during synchronization. Linking with Word When the synchronization folder is used, files can be synchronized between Pocket Word on this device and Word on the computer.
  • Page 141: Backing Up And Restoring

    SECTION 6 5 Backing Up and Restoring This section explains how to back up the data of this device to your computer and restore it from your computer. Backing up Data IMPORTANT Always backup Always backup just in case. If you can not back up to a computer, see “LX Backup” and backup to a CF card or SD/MMC card.
  • Page 142: Restoring Data

    To save these settings, click “OK”. To start the backup immediately, click “Backup”. When the backup is started, “Backup processing is complete.” is displayed after the end of the backup. Click “OK”. Critical Point The first time you back up, execute a batch backup. After the batch backup has been completed once, if you set to execute differential backups automatically, from then on the latest information will be backed up reliably.
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  • Page 145: Various Connections

    SECTION 7 1 Various Connections Connection Configurations That Can Be Used This section explains the connection devices that can be used with this device and how to connect them. Connecting with a Data Communications Card or Modem When a modem card or data communications CF card is set in this device, you can make dial-up connections to the Internet.
  • Page 146 Check that the “Use the IP address allocated by the server” checkbox is selected then tap For a Fixed IP Address 1 Tap “Use specified IP address” to select it. 2 Set the IP address and other information. 3 Tap the “Name Server” tab. 4 Set the information concerning the DNS server.
  • Page 147 This enables you to connect to the company LAN. If you will be connecting to the Internet, make the following settings too. Check the information input in setting with the network administrator. Tap “Connection” on the “Settings” screen. Tap “Modify” and set your network settings. Tap the “Proxy Settings”...
  • Page 148 5 Tap 10 Tap The display returns to the “Proxy Settings” screen. 11 Tap This completes the settings. You can now connect to the Internet using Pocket Internet Explorer. For details on Pocket Internet Explorer, see “Basic Pocket Internet Explorer Operation”.
  • Page 149: Connecting With The Cradle

    Connecting with the Cradle Using the cradle enables you to connect to a computer. For details on how to connect the cradle to the computer and on how to set in the cradle of this device, see “6 Connecting with a Computer”. For details on exchanging data with the computer, see “Chapter 6 Linking with a Computer”.
  • Page 150: Infrared Connections

    SECTION 7 2 Infrared Connections This section explains how to use the infrared port to exchange data between this device and another Pocket PC. Infrared Communication Summary Infrared communication is a wireless communication technology for transferring data using light in the infrared region. •...
  • Page 151: Transferring Files

    Critical Point For details on how to make the infrared communications settings, see “Infrared Communications Settings”. Transferring Files This section explains how to exchange files between two of these devices. Critical Point Folders can not be transmitted. Transmission Face the infrared communications ports to each other. Select the file to send from a program or File Explorer, then tap-and-hold it.
  • Page 152 From the displayed pop-up menu, tap “Beam File”. When reception is approved on the transmission destination, the file is transmitted. Reception When file transmission operations are carried out on the transmission source, “Accept (File name)?” is displayed. When you tap “Yes”, the file is received.
  • Page 153: Bluetooth

    SECTION 7 3 Bluetooth Connections This section explains how to use Bluetooth to exchange data with other Bluetooth Bluetooth Features Bluetooth is a wireless communication technology that transfers data using the signals between 2400 MHz and 2483.5 MHz. • Bluetooth connects devices no more than 50 meters from each other.
  • Page 154: Bluetooth Connection Using Pocket Plugfree

    In order to secure good communications In order to secure good communications, observe the following points. • Communicate with another Bluetooth device within a straight-line distance of 50 meters maximum. The maximum communications distance may be reduced by the ambient environment (walls, furniture, etc.) or the building structure.
  • Page 155 Service Summary of Service Accessing files File copying/renaming/deleting/editing with another Bluetooth Sharing files device. Accessing name cards Exchanges name cards (name and contact information) with Sharing name cards another Bluetooth device. Names cards received from another Bluetooth device are added to the Pocket Outlook “Contacts”. Accessing the Internet Connects to the Internet via a Bluetooth -equipped cell phone/...
  • Page 156 Starting up and Initial Settings This section explains how to start up and set Pocket Plugfree. → “Programs” → “Pocket Plugfree” in that order. When you start up Pocket Plugfree for the first time, the setup wizard for making the initial settings is started up. (1) Input your name.
  • Page 157 Critical Point To stop the test, tap “Cancel”. If the test does not go well, “Test ended abnormally. Wireless hardware may not be operating correctly.” is displayed Check that the Bluetooth switch is not switched to the Off side, then tap “Test”...
  • Page 158 2. (1) Input a name for the shared folder. (2) Input the shared folder path. (3) Tape the “Access Rights” tab. Critical Point The shared folder name set here is displayed on other Bluetooth devices. The shared folder name does not need to match an actual folder name. This is a name for display on other Bluetooth devices.
  • Page 159 • Read-only access Tap this to select it , then input the password. After inputting the password in the left box, input it again for verification in the right box. Other Bluetooth devices can only read files on this device. •...
  • Page 160: Pocket Plugfree Screen Configuration

    Critical Point → “Setup Wizard” in that order. To re-execute the setup wizard, tap Device List Pocket Plugfree Screen Configuration Device List This is the first screen displayed when Pocket Plugfree is started up. At the same time, Bluetooth devices in the area are searched for and if any are found, their names are displayed.
  • Page 161 Pop-up Menu This pop-up menu is displayed if you tap and hold another Bluetooth device. • Bonded: Bonding means establishing a relationship of trust between this device and another Bluetooth device. If pass keys are exchanged and they match, a bonded relationship is established.
  • Page 162 Specifies the device address and adds other Bluetooth devices to the device list. Properties This is the screen displayed when you tap and hold a device in the device list, then tap “Properties” from the displayed pop-up menu. Address/Type/Name This displays the device address, type (desktop computer, notebook computer, etc.), and name.
  • Page 163 My Device This is the screen displayed when you select “My Device” from the device list. This screen is for setting basic such basic items as the device name and password and for setting services. Files This is the folder used for exchanging files with other Bluetooth devices.
  • Page 164 Settings The settings screen is divided into the “Device” tab, “Detection” tab, “Object” tab, and “Others’ tab. “Device” tab This sets the name displayed on other Bluetooth devices and the pass key input when other devices access this device. Name Sets the name displayed on other devices.
  • Page 165 "Discovery" tab This sets such parameters as the interval at which to search for other Bluetooth devices and whether or not this device can be seen from other devices. Discover devices at start up Sets how many seconds to search for other devices when Pocket Plugfree is started.
  • Page 166 “Advanced” tab Set “Encryption” On. When you tap and select “Encryption”, data exchanged with other Bluetooth equipment is encrypted. This sets the strength of the signals emitted by Bluetooth . The communications rate is about 50 meters for “Normal power (Class 3)” (the mode which consumes more power) and about 10 meters for “Low power (Class 3)”.
  • Page 167: File Operations

    File Operations When the “Access files” or “Share files” service is used, files can be copied/renamed/ deleted/edited between this device and other Bluetooth devices. Note also that unlike “ActiveSync usage”, file copying is only used for exchanging data that requires no data format conversion.
  • Page 168 Copying to Another Bluetooth Device This section explains how to copy files and folders from this device to another Bluetooth device. → “Programs” → “File Explorer” in that order to start File Explorer. Move or copy the files to be copied to directly under “My Device”. Start Pocket Plugfree.
  • Page 169 Deleting/Renaming/Editing Files on Other Bluetooth Devices When file access is permitted on the other Bluetooth device, you can directly delete, rename, or edit files. In order to edit, it is necessary that the program related to the file being edited be installed on this device. Deleting Execute Steps 1-3 of “Copying from Other Bluetooth Devices”.
  • Page 170: Exchanging Business Cards

    Exchanging Business Cards When the “Access Business Cards” or “Share Business Cards” service is used, Business Cards (name and contact information) with another Bluetooth device. Sending a Business Cards Critical Point Before starting the sending, use Pocket Outlook “Contacts” to input the information about yourself you want to send.
  • Page 171 When the other device approves reception of the Business Cards, the Business Cards is sent from this device and “(Business Cards) sent correctly” is displayed. When the other device refuses reception of the Business Cards, “Request denied” is displayed on this device. Requesting a Business Cards Critical Point It is necessary that the device from which you request a Business Cards be equipped with a...
  • Page 172: Connecting To The Internet

    From the displayed services, tap “Business Cards”. Tap “Request Business Cards”. The request is sent. When the other device approves the request, the Business Cards is sent to this device and displayed as Pocket Outlook “Contacts” data. When the other device refuses the request, “Request denied” is displayed on this device.
  • Page 173 (1) Input the “User name” and “Password” for connecting to the Internet service provider. (2) Tap OK. If necessary, tap “Store password” to select it For the information for connecting, see the material provided by your Internet service provider. Critical Point If you are requested on the cell phone or CF side to input the pass key On some models, you may be requested to input the pass key.
  • Page 174 Connecting Using Internet Connection Sharing This method connects to the Internet via a computer set to share its Internet connection. Critical Point The connecting computer must have a Bluetooth utility equipped with the personal area networking (PAN) profile. For details on how to set Internet connection sharing, see the Bluetooth manual for your computer or optional product or the Windows help.
  • Page 175: Using Activesync

    Critical Point Concerning “Dialup Network (DUN)” and “Local Area Network (LAN)” On some computers, the “Dialup Network (DUN)” and “Local Area Network (LAN)” services on the above screen can not be used. Using ActiveSync Even when this device is not set in its cradle, it can be synchronized with a computer using Bluetooth .
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  • Page 177: Settings

    SECTION 8 1 Settings You can set the basic usage environment for this device and make various hardware adjustments. List of Setting Items The settings for this device are made on the following screen displayed by tapping → “Settings” in that order. From this screen, tap the icon for the item to be set.
  • Page 178 “System” tab Setting Item Setting Contents Regional Settings This sets the calendar, currency, and other display formats for each region (Japanese-language region, English-language region) so that the display can be switched to match regions you travel to. Clock The device for this clock can be set and the display can be switched to the times for locations you go to frequently.
  • Page 179: Adjusting The Display

    Adjusting the Display Changing the Front Light → “Settings” → “System” tab → “Front Light” in that order. The following screen is displayed. If you tap here to select this checkbox , the front light goes off automatically when the internal battery is used. Sets how much time the system waits before putting off the front light automatically.
  • Page 180 Adjusting the Touch Screen There are two ways to start touchscreen adjustment. → “Settings” → “System” tab → “Align Screen” in that order. • Tap • Press the scroll lever while holding down the power button on this device. The following screen is displayed. When you tap “Align Screen”, the touch screen adjustment starts.
  • Page 181: Adjusting The Memory

    Adjusting the Memory Changing the Memory Allocation → “Settings” → “System” tab → “Memory” in that order. The following screen is displayed. Dragging the knob left and right adjusts the allocation of memory to data and application execution. This displays the details on memory for application execution. This displays the details on memory for data storage.
  • Page 182: Cpu Settings

    Closing the Active Program For details on the method for closing programs, see “Closing Programs”. CPU Settings → “Settings” → “System” tab → “CPU Settings in that order. The following screen is displayed. When you select the checkbox , power consumption is reduced by lowering the CPU clock speed.
  • Page 183: Setting The Date/Time

    Setting the Date/Time → “Settings” → “System” tab Set the CF card/SD/MMC card beforehand, then tap → “Clock” in that order. The following screen is displayed. Tap the to change it to , then select the current region or visiting region (overseas).
  • Page 184: Menu Settings

    Menu Settings → “Settings” → “Personal” tab → Menu in that order. The following screen is displayed. When you select a checkbox , the selected application is put in the menu. The menu may have up to 9 applications. Tapping here moves you to the “New Menu” settings. With the “New Menu”...
  • Page 185: Setting The Owner Information

    Setting the Owner Information → “Settings” → “Personal” tab → “Owner Information” in that order. The following screen is displayed. Tap each item and enter the appropriate information. If you tap here, when you switch the power On, the “Owner Information” is displayed on the “My Information”...
  • Page 186: Setting The Password

    Setting the Password → “Settings” → “Personal” tab → “Password” in that order. The following screen is displayed. No password is set. You can set a four-digit number as the password by tapping the key pad displayed on the screen. You can set a password of at least 7 characters that must combine letters (uppercase and lowercase) and delimiters (-, -, etc.) If this device is left unused for a specific period, the password input screen is...
  • Page 187: Power Settings

    Power Settings → “Settings” → “System” tab → “Power Management” in that order. The following screen is displayed. Displays the battery status. If you select this checkbox , if this device is left unused for the specified time while the battery is being used, the power is switched off. This sets the time after which to automatically switch off the power.
  • Page 188: Today Screen Settings

    Today Screen Settings → “Settings” → “Personal” tab → “Today” → “Item” tab in that order. The following screen is displayed. Select the item and then tap either "Move Up" or "Move Down" to change your display order. Detailed settings for “Calendar” and “Tasks” can be set with “Options”.
  • Page 189: Application Buttons Settings

    Application Buttons Settings This assigns the applications started when the Record button, application buttons, and Start button are pressed. Each application button and the Start button can start two applications, one started by pressing the button and releasing it immediately, the other started by pressing the button and holding it about one second before releasing it (long press).
  • Page 190 Here is how to set the program assigned to each of these buttons. → “Settings” → “Personal” tab → “Buttons” in that order. The following screen is displayed. Tap here and select the button to be set. Voice Recorder This sets the application started when the Record button is pressed.
  • Page 191: Infrared Communications Settings

    This adjusts the time from when you press the scroll lever up or down until the item starts moving. This adjusts the speed with which the item moves when the scroll lever is held up or down. Infrared Communications Settings This sets the method for receiving files sent from other Pocket PCs.
  • Page 192: Checking System Information

    When this checkbox is selected , files sent via infrared from other Pocket PCs are always received. When this checkbox is not selected , files sent via infrared from other → “Applications” → Pocket PCs are not received. To receive files, tap “Infrared Reception”...
  • Page 193 Checking the Expansion Pack Status → “Settings” → “System” tab → “Expansion Pack Status Display” in that order.
  • Page 194: Adding/Deleting Applications

    SECTION 8 2 Adding/Deleting Applications You can install additional applications on this device and uninstall applications from it. Applications You Can Add You can use the following applications on this device. • StrongARM/XScale applications • Pocket PC 2002 applications Applications for other CPUs and operating systems cannot be installed. Adding Applications Using Your Computer You can connect this device with your computer and install applications from your computer.
  • Page 195: Registering Applications On The Menu

    Registering Applications on the Menu This makes it possible start installed applications from the menu. For details on how to register applications on the menu, see “Menu Settings”. Removing Applications You can delete applications you have installed. You cannot delete applications built into this device.
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  • Page 197: Minimizing Problems

    SECTION 9 1 Minimizing Problems This section explains points to watch out for in order to prevent problems and what you should watch out for in order to be ready in case a problem should occur. Backing up Your Data Backup daily in case you device should ever need a full reset or should break down.
  • Page 198: Basic Troubleshooting

    SECTION 9 2 Basic Troubleshooting This section explains the first things to do if trouble occurs. Checking the Charge and the Connections If the power will not come on, nothing is displayed on the screen, it is not possible to connect with the computer, or other such trouble occurs, first check the charge and the connections.
  • Page 199: General Troubles

    SECTION 9 3 General Troubles If you think that your device may have broken down, check the following points first. Q: Is the Power on? Solution Is the battery switch On? See “Preparing to Use this Device for the First Time” and check that the battery switch is switched On.
  • Page 200: Q: The Screen Is Dark And Hard To Read

    3 Tap the “Tools” menu → “Options” in that order. 4 On the “ File Locations”, tap the “Save attached files to memory card” checkbox to selected Attachment files stored in the main memory are moved to the card. Also, attachment files received from now on are stored to the card, so either restore this setting as necessary or be sure to install the card when receiving email.
  • Page 201: Connection Related Troubles

    SECTION 9 4 Connection Related Troubles This section covers troubles related to connections. Q: Infrared communications do not work Check the following points Check the installation position and ambient environment according to the instructions in “Securing Good Communications”. Bluetooth communications do not work Check the following points •...
  • Page 202: When You Can Not Solve A Problem

    5 When You Can Not Solve a Problem If you can not find a solution to a problem, contact the appropriate contact point. In the following cases, contact Fujitsu service center. • Inquiries concerning breakdown and repair, for example if you accidentally break this device •...
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  • Page 204: Specifications

    SECTION 10 1 Specifications The hardware specifications for this device are as follows. Specifications Main unit Item Specifications Remark Microsoft Pocket PC Software 2002  Intel PXA250 Applications Processor (400 MHz) Display controller Built into CPU Main memory 64 MB DRAM Backup Memory Uses part of the above main memory and flash memory...
  • Page 205 Bluetooth function section Item Specifications Interface Communications method Bluetooth Specification Ver.1.1 Communication speed about 720 kbps (for asynchronous communications) about 430 kbps (for synchronous communications) Communications distance about 50 meters (varies with signal strength and environment) 11 dBm max. * (PowerClass 1) Output * Does not include the antenna efficiency.
  • Page 206: Recycling

    SECTION 10 2 Recycling This section explains how to dispose of/recycle this device. Disposing of This Device The fluorescent tube inside the LCD display in this device contains mercury. Disposal of this device is regulated by the “Law concerning Processing and Cleaning of Waste Materials”.

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