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Mobile Address Book
User's Guide
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Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
All other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their
respective owners.
The contents of this document are subject to change without notice.
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In no event shall CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. be liable to anyone for special, collateral,
incidental, or consequential damages in connection with or arising out of the purchase or use
of these materials.
of any kind whatsoever against the use of these materials by any other party.
This manual and the software it describes are owned by CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. The
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structure, organization, and code of the software are the valuable trade secrets of CASIO.
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The operations described in this manual assume that you are already familiar with the basic
operation of Windows CE. See the documentation that comes with Windows CE for full
details on its operation.
Sample displays shown in this manual may differ somewhat from the displays actually
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without the express written permission of CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
Copyright 2000 CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. All rights reserved.
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Mobile Address Book (Version 2.0US)
(Version 2.0US)
User's Guide
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  • Page 1

    The contents of this document are subject to change without notice. In no event shall CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. be liable to anyone for special, collateral, incidental, or consequential damages in connection with or arising out of the purchase or use of these materials.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ...3 Features...3 Starting Up Mobile Address Book...4 Inputting Data with Mobile Address Book...5 Inputting New Data...5 To input new data using Mobile Address Book...5 Editing Data with Mobile Address Book...7 To edit a Contacts database record with Mobile Address Book...7 To delete a Contacts database record with the Mobile Address Book...8 To cut a record...8 To copy a record...8...

  • Page 3: Introduction

    Introduction Mobile Address Book is an application that gives you a digital address book on your Pocket PC. Though it is similar to and uses the same data as your Pocket PC's built-in Contacts application, it provides you with additional functions and more display versatility than Contacts alone.

  • Page 4: Starting Up Mobile Address Book

    Business Card Screen for Contacts Business data, and Personal Screen for Contacts Personal data, plus an All Data screen that shows all the data stored in a specific record. Personal Screen View attached memo text with the tap of a button. Powerful search functions Starting Up Mobile Address Book Turn on your Pocket PC.

  • Page 5: Inputting Data With Mobile Address Book

    Inputting Data with Mobile Address Book This section describes how to use Mobile Address Book to input new data into the Contacts database and how to edit existing records. Inputting New Data Mobile Address Book input using four tabs, named Business, Personal, Address, and Other.

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    (1) To input a birth date, tap the check box in the Birthday box so it looks like this: . This means that date input is enabled. (2) Tap the year, month, or day digits, and then input a value using the keyboard, or tap the that you can use to select a date.

  • Page 7: Editing Data With Mobile Address Book

    Editing Data with Mobile Address Book This section describes how to use Mobile Address Book to edit and delete existing Contacts database records. It also explains how to cut, copy, and paste existing data. To edit a Contacts database record with Mobile Address Book Display the Business Card screen, Personal screen, or All Data screen.

  • Page 8: To Delete A Contacts Database Record With The Mobile Address Book

    To delete a Contacts database record with the Mobile Address Book Display the Business Card screen, Personal screen, or All Data screen. In the data list, tap and hold the record you want to delete, and then tap Delete in the shortcut menu that appears.

  • Page 9: To Paste A Record From The Clipboard

    To paste a record from the clipboard Display the Business Card screen, Personal screen or All Data screen. Anywhere in the data list, tap and hold, and then tap Paste in the shortcut menu that appears. l This pastes the record currently on the clipboard into the screen that is on the display.

  • Page 10: Mobile Address Book Screens

    Mobile Address Book Screens There are five different screens that you can use to view Mobile Address Book data: a Company List screen, Name List screen, Business Card Screen, Personal screen, and All Data screen. This section describes each screen and explains the operations you can perform for each one.

  • Page 11: Name List Screen

    The Business Card Screen, Personal Screen, or All Data Screen that appears when you tap a company name contains data only for the company whose name you tapped. Tapping "CASIO," for example displays data about CASIO employees only. Tapping launches the search function.

  • Page 12: Changing The Content Of The Name List

    l Tapping a field name toggles the sorting of the data under it between ascending and descending. The symbol ( sorted ascending, while ( l Tapping data in the list highlights the data to indicate that it is selected. You can also move the highlighting up and down with the ACTION control.

  • Page 13: Business Card Screen

    Business Card Screen The Business Card screen shows the data fields in the Contacts database that belong to the Business category. The following shows the fields that appear on the Business Card screen. Upper Window Company name, name, Job title, Department Business address Business postal code...

  • Page 14

    Moving the cursor in the data list to the Company field and tapping an index tab displays all the Company data items that start with the letters marked on the tab. When the data list cursor is in the Name field, tapping an index tab displays all the Name data items that start with the letters marked on the tab.

  • Page 15: Personal Screen

    Personal Screen The Personal screen shows the data fields in the Contacts database that belong to the Personal category. The following shows the fields that appear on the Personal screen. Upper Window Name, Home address, home postal code Home phone Mobile phone Pager E-mail 2...

  • Page 16: All Data Screen

    All Data Screen As its name suggests, the All Data screen shows all of the data stored in each Contacts database record. The operations you can perform for the data list in the lower window are the same as those for the Business Card Screen as described on page 13. Tapping the button displays the Business Card screen.

  • Page 17: About The Memo Screen

    About the Memo Screen Tapping the button when a memo is attached to Contacts data causes the memo to appear on the display. The following are the operations you can perform on the memo screen. Select a screen zoom factor of 75%, 100%, 150%, 200%, or 300% from the Tools menu.

  • Page 18: Searching For Data

    Searching for Data Use the procedure below to search for Contacts database records that match a string of text you specify. The search function checks all fields for the text you specify. You can also input a date for the search text (such as 98/03/25) and find a specific birth date, anniversary, or other date.

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    This tab title indicates that the data list is the result of a search. Exit clear the search operation and return the screen to normal, tap Note The operations you can perform for the list of matching records in the bottom window are identical to those for the lower windows of other screens.

  • Page 20: Command Bar Items (menus And Buttons)

    Command Bar Items (Menus and Buttons) Tools Menu Command Edit Item Displays the data editing screen for the record selected on the Business Card, Personal, or All Data screen. Delete Deletes the record selected on the Business Card, Personal, or All Data screen.

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