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  • Page 1 PV-S1600 User’s Guide...
  • Page 2 • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from the use of this manual. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties which may arise through the use of the PV Unit.
  • Page 3: Before Using The Pv-S1600 For The First Time

    Before using the PV-S1600 Use the following procedure to load batteries before using it for the first time. 1. Slide the battery switch on the back of the PV Unit to the REPLACE BATTERIES position. Battery switch 2. Pull with your finger on the battery compartment cover tab to release it, and then open the cover.
  • Page 4 3. Load two new batteries, making sure that their positive (+) and negative (–) ends are facing in the proper directions. 4. Taking care not to damage its tabs, replace the battery compartment cover back onto the PV Unit. 5. Slide the battery switch back to the NORMAL OPERATION position. Important! •...
  • Page 5 7. Pressing down lightly on the center of the cover, pull upwards on the bottom of the cover, and then lift up to remove it. Tirez ici. • If the above does not appear on the display, remove the batteries and then reload them into the PV Unit, making sure you follow proper procedures.
  • Page 6 About the EL backlight • The PV Unit is equipped with an EL backlight that allows easy viewing of display contents in a theater, or anywhere else where lighting is dim. • Tap the icon to turn on the EL backlight and illuminate the display screen.
  • Page 7 If you do not plan to use the PV Unit for a long time... Remove the batteries. Batteries will go dead after about six months if you leave them in the PV Unit while it is not used. Turning On the PV Unit You can turn on the PV Unit by pressing the center key.
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Before using the PV-S1600 for the first time… ... 1 Getting Acquainted ... 14 Chapter Read this first! ... 14 Make backup copies of important data! ... 14 Important Precautions ... 15 Data Errors ... 16 To reset after viewing data ... 16 General Guide ...
  • Page 9 Scheduler ... 29 Chapter Entering the Scheduler Mode ... 29 Inputting New Scheduler Data ... 29 To input a single-date Schedule item ... 30 To input a multiple-date Schedule item with the New button ... 30 To input a To Do item ... 31 To input a Reminder item ...
  • Page 10 Memo ... 61 Chapter Entering the Memo Mode ... 61 Changing the Display Category ... 61 Inputting New Memo Data ... 62 Viewing Memo Data ... 63 To view memo data ... 63 To display an item in the full-screen view ... 64 Moving a Memo within a List Screen ...
  • Page 11 Pocket Sheet ... 83 Chapter Entering the Pocket Sheet Mode ... 83 Pocket Sheet Basics ... 83 Creating a New Sheet from Scratch ... 84 Making a Cell the Active Cell ... 85 Selecting a Range of Cells ... 85 Jumping to a Specific Cell in a Sheet ...
  • Page 12 P.Referencer ... 109 Chapter Preparing and Transferring Data from Your PC ... 109 Entering the P.Referencer Mode ... 109 Searching for Text in a Data File ... 110 Viewing Database Data ... 110 To view database data ... 110 Secret Function ... 112 Chapter Creating a New Secret Memory Area ...
  • Page 13 Data Communication ... 122 Chapter Specifying the Type of Cable You are Using ... 122 Using the Cable ... 123 To connect the cable to the PV Unit ... 123 To disconnect the cable from the PV Unit ... 123 Data Communications Between Two PV Units ...
  • Page 14 General Reference ... 143 Chapter Scroll Bars ... 143 Cursor Key Scrolling ... 144 Menu Bar ... 144 To execute a menu bar command ... 144 Data Input and Editing ... 144 Moving Between Entries (Fields) ... 145 On-screen Keyboards ... 145 Time Setting Screens ...
  • Page 15 Technical Reference ... 166 Chapter Date Formats ... 166 Time Formats ... 166 Tool Bars ... 167 Keyboard Formats ... 169 Scheduler Mode Alarms ... 169 Input Limits ... 170 Resetting the PV Unit ... 170 Euro Conversion Rate Presets ... 172 Storage Capacity ...
  • Page 16: Chapter 1 Getting Acquainted

    Be sure to read this part of the User’s Guide before doing anything else! It includes important information that you need to know in order to use the PV-S1600 (hereinafter referred to as the “PV Unit”) correctly. • You can find more detailed information about other PV Unit operations in “Chapter 15 –...
  • Page 17: Important Precautions

    The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties that may arise from the use of this product. Chapter 1 Getting Acquainted...
  • Page 18: Data Errors

    You can then re-input the data after clearing PV Unit memory. Continued problems after performing the RESET operation can indicate a serious hardware problem. Consult with your nearest CASIO dealer if problems persist. To reset after viewing data 1. After the Data error message appears, tap Yes.
  • Page 19: General Guide

    Chapter 1 Getting Acquainted General Guide Center key Stylus Touch screen Cursor keys Cable connector RESET button Battery compartment cover Battery switch...
  • Page 20: Using The Cover

    Using the Cover To remove the cover Pressing down lightly on the center of the cover, pull upwards on the bottom of the cover, and then lift up to remove it. Pull here. To replace the cover 1. Hook the tabs on the top of the cover into the grooves in the PV Unit. Grooves 2.
  • Page 21: Power Supply

    Power Supply Your PV Unit can be powered by two AAA-size alkaline batteries. Important! • Normally the flash memory of the PV Unit retains its data even when power is turned off and when batteries go dead. Mis-operation or other problems, however, can cause data to become corrupted or lost.
  • Page 22 • Never mix old batteries and new ones. • Do not expose batteries to direct heat, let them become shorted, or try to take them apart. • Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment. • Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the PV Unit for a long time.
  • Page 23: To Replace The Batteries

    To replace the batteries Important! • Always make sure the battery switch is in the NORMAL OPERATION position at all times, except when replacing batteries. 1. Turn off PV Unit power. 2. Remove both of the old batteries and replace them with new ones, referring to the procedure on To turn power on and off 1.
  • Page 24: Auto Power Off

    Auto Power Off The Auto Power Off function automatically turns off power whenever you do not perform any operation for a specified period. You can specify 1 minute, 3 minutes, or 6 minutes before Auto Power Off is triggered. Use the procedure described under “To turn power on and off” above to turn power back on.
  • Page 25: To Enable And Disable Start-Up Screen Operation

    To enable and disable start-up screen operation 1. While the Mode Menu or Action Menu is on the display, tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Option – Screen Options. 2. On the configuration screen that appears, tap the check box next to the “Use start-up screen”...
  • Page 26: Cursor Keys And Stylus

    * Test Conditions • “Battery Life” is the number of hours before battery failure when the unit is left on (5 minutes of a processing operation and 55 minutes of continuous display only (no processing operation) per hour in the Contacts Mode, plus the backlight operation described below).
  • Page 27: Cursor Keys

    Cursor Keys The cursor keys beneath the display screen make it possible to perform certain PV Unit operations with one hand. In this manual, many data recall operations are described using the cursor key operations. You can perform the following basic operations with the cursor keys. •...
  • Page 28: Modes

    Icon Menu Scheduler Contacts Sync START Quick-Memo Menu Bar Modes With most PV Unit operations, you must first enter a mode before you can input or view data. You can use any of the following methods to enter a mode. •...
  • Page 29: To Enter A Mode Using The On-Screen Icon Menu

    To enter a mode using the on-screen icon menu 1. On the icon menu, use the stylus to tap the Menu icon to display the on- screen icon menu. 2. Tap the “ and ‘ buttons on the right side of the display to change menu pages and display the icon of the mode you want.
  • Page 30: Customizing The Appearance Of The Mode Menu

    Customizing the Appearance of the Mode Menu You can rearrange Mode Menu so the icons are in any order you want. The following procedures describe how to swap the positions of two icons and how to move an icon to a specific location. Note that you cannot change the positions of icons on the Action Menu.
  • Page 31: Chapter 2 Scheduler

    Chapter Scheduler The Scheduler Mode provides you with a selection of powerful schedule management tools that help to keep you on time all the time. In addition to Schedule, Reminder, and To Do tools, you can select from among a variety of different screens to view your appointments on a monthly, weekly, or daily basis.
  • Page 32: To Input A Single-Date Schedule Item

    To input a single-date Schedule item 1. While any Scheduler Mode data screen is on the display, tap New. 2. On the menu that appears, tap Schedule. 3. If you want to change the date of the appointment, tap the displayed date and then use the date keyboard that appears to make the changes you want.
  • Page 33: To Input A To Do Item

    3. Tap the date you want to change and then input the year, month, and day. 4. Tap NEXT to advance to the description text input screen. 5. Input text that describes the item. 6. After the item is the way you want it, tap Save to store it. •...
  • Page 34: To Input A Reminder Item

    7. Use the date keyboard that appears to input an alarm date if you want, and then tap NEXT to advance to the alarm time. 8. Use the time keyboard that appears to input an alarm time if you want. •...
  • Page 35: Reminder Types And Settings

    5. Use the time keyboard to input the Reminder alarm time if you want, and then tap NEXT to advance to the Reminder type screen. 6. Input the required data for the Reminder type you select, and then tap NEXT to advance to description text input. •...
  • Page 36: Importing Contacts Data Into A Schedule Item

    Monthly 1 Monthly 2 Yearly 1 Yearly 2 Important! • Be sure to correctly specify all of the settings required for the Reminder type you specify. Importing Contacts Data Into a Schedule Item The following procedure lets you import certain Contacts data entries (fields) into the Description of a Schedule item, which provides you with handy reference information about the person you are planning to meet.
  • Page 37: To Import Contacts Data Into A Schedule Item

    Personal Data Name Phone (H) Fax (H) Mobile E-mail Phone (B) Fax (B) • Entries (fields) that do not contain any data are skipped (not imported). To import Contacts data into a Schedule item 1. While any Scheduler Mode data screen is on the display, tap New – Appointment.
  • Page 38 3. Tap on a tab to access either Business or Personal Contacts data, and then use the index to locate the name whose data you want to import. Highlight the name whose data you want to import by tapping on it, and then tap the highlighted name again.
  • Page 39: Viewing Scheduler Data

    Viewing Scheduler Data The Scheduler Mode provides a variety of screens that you can use to view Schedule, To Do, and Reminder data. This section describes the various data recall screens available in the Scheduler Mode, and provides information about how to navigate between them.
  • Page 40: Calendar Screens

    To select a Scheduler Mode screen 1. In the Scheduler Mode, tap the View button to display a list of available screen types. • The View list provides the following screen options: 1-Month Calendar, 2-Month Calendar, 3-Month Calendar, Weekly Scheduler, Daily Scheduler, To Do List, and Reminder List.
  • Page 41 To view a date’s Daily Scheduler screen 1. Tap a date to select it. The selected date flashes in the calendar. 2. Tap the flashing date to change to its Daily Scheduler screen. 3. In the Daily Scheduler screen, tap Esc to return to the 1-Month Calendar screen.
  • Page 42 2-Month Calendar 1 Date jump button 2 Highlighted date 3 Weekly Scheduler buttons 4 Data display tool bar 5 1-Month Calendar button 6 Indicates AM appointment. To view a date’s Daily Scheduler screen 1. Tap a date to select it. The selected date flashes in the calendar. 2.
  • Page 43: Periodic Schedule Screens

    3-Month Calendar 1 Date jump button 2 Month numbers 3 Highlighted date 4 Data display tool bar 5 Indicates AM appointment. To view a date’s Daily Scheduler screen 1. Tap a date to select it. The selected date flashes in the calendar. 2.
  • Page 44 Weekly Scheduler Screen The Weekly Scheduler screen shows your schedule for an entire week, including Schedule, To Do, and Reminder items. To view a date’s Daily Scheduler screen 1. Tap a date in the date column to select (highlight) it. 2.
  • Page 45 To shift the time bar Tap the H and J scroll buttons to shift the time bar left and right. The shaded portion in the time bar indicates a period during which an appointment is scheduled. Overlapping time bars (schedules) are black. Scheduler Area •...
  • Page 46: Schedule Data Screen

    Schedule Data Screen The Schedule data screen shows the details of a selected Schedule item. Schedule Data Screen (Single-Date) • Tapping Esc goes to the Daily Scheduler screen. Schedule Data Screen (Multiple-Date) • Tapping Esc goes to the Daily Scheduler screen. Chapter 2 Scheduler 1 Start time (and end time) 2 Data display tool bar...
  • Page 47: Reminder Screens

    Reminder Screens The two Reminder screens show currently stored Reminder items. The Reminder data screen shows full details of each item, while the Reminder list is a collection of one-line summaries of Reminder data items that can be used for quick location of a specific item. Reminder List Screen To view a Reminder data screen 1.
  • Page 48: To Do Screens

    To Do Screens The two To Do screens show currently stored To Do items. The To Do data screen shows full details of each item, while the To Do list is a collection of one-line summaries of To Do items that can be used for quick location of a specific item.
  • Page 49 To check and uncheck items Tap the check box of an item to toggle it between being checked and unchecked. • The check boxes of all unchecked data items whose due dates are passed are replaced by exclamation points ( ). To change the priority of an item Tap the current priority of an item to cycle it in the following sequence: A, etc.
  • Page 50: Date Highlighting

    Date Highlighting You can highlight dates on the 1-Month or 2-Month Calendar screen to specify them as holidays or other special events. To highlight dates 1. While the 1-Month Calendar or 2-Month Calendar is on the display, tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Option – Highlight. •...
  • Page 51: Jumping To A Specific Date

    Jumping to a Specific Date You can use the following procedure while the Calendar, Daily Scheduler, or Weekly Scheduler screen is on the display to select a date and display its data. 1. While the 1-Month Calendar, 2-Month Calendar, 3-Month Calendar, Weekly Scheduler screen, or Daily Scheduler screen is on the display, tap the date jump button.
  • Page 52: Chapter 3 Contacts

    Chapter Contacts The Contacts Mode is the easy way to organize, store, and manage all your business and personal contact data. Fields are provided for name, address, phone number, fax number, e-mail address, and more. Business data is grouped under company name, so you have instant at-a-glance access to information on everyone who works for the same company.
  • Page 53: Changing The Display Category

    Changing the Display Category 1. Display a Contacts list screen. Category name box • Note that you can change the display category only from a Contacts list screen. 2. Tap the L arrow to the right of the category name box to open a list of categories, and tap the one you want to select.
  • Page 54: Latest Calls List

    Latest Calls List Selecting an item in the Contacts list screen and then changing to the item’s data screen causes that item to be added to the Latest calls list. An item is not added to the Latest calls list if you scroll to its data screen from another data screen. Note •...
  • Page 55: Inputting New Contacts Data

    Inputting New Contacts Data The following procedure shows how to input new Business category data. Data input procedures for Personal and Untitled category data are identical. 1. While a Contacts Mode list or data screen is on the display, tap the New button.
  • Page 56: Viewing Contacts Data

    Viewing Contacts Data Use one of the following procedures to view the Contacts data you want. To view Business data 1. In a Contacts list screen, tap the L arrow to the right of the category name box to open a list of categories. 2.
  • Page 57: To View Other Data

    5. Scroll with the K and L cursor keys to move the highlighting to the name of the person whose data you want to view, and then press the center key to display the data screen for that person. To view other data 1.
  • Page 58: Changing Contacts List Screen Contents

    Changing Contacts List Screen Contents You can specify one of the entries (fields) that appears in the list screens of the Personal category and the five Untitled categories, and of the employee list screen that appears when you select a company name from the Business category list. The following table shows the entries (fields) in each list screen that are fixed.
  • Page 59: Changing Contacts Input Screen Contents

    Changing Contacts Input Screen Contents Use the procedure described here to change the contents of the Contacts Mode data input screen for each category. The following table shows the entries (fields) in each input screen that are fixed. All others are selectable. Category Business Personal...
  • Page 60: Managing Untitled Categories And Free Entries

    3. Tap the check box next to an entry to toggle it between checked (display entry) and unchecked (do not display entry). • You can check or uncheck any of the displayed entries shown on the screen. 4. After making the settings you want, tap Yes to save them and close the entry selection screen.
  • Page 61: To Edit Contacts Untitled Category And Free Entry Names

    Contacts Field Names Business Name* Company* Phone (B) Fax (B) Address (B) E-mail Position Department Phone (H) Fax (H) Mobile Address (H) Note * Indicates entries on which data items are sorted. • (B): Business • (H): Home To edit Contacts Untitled category and Free entry names 1.
  • Page 62: Copying Data Items Between The Personal And Business Categories

    Copying Data Items Between the Personal and Business Categories You can select a Personal data item and copy it to create a Business data item, and vice versa. You can then make any changes you want in the copy. 1. In the Business or Personal category, select the data item you want to copy.
  • Page 63: Chapter 4 Memo

    Chapter Memo The Memo Mode works much like a basic word processor. It lets you input and store text files for later recall when you need them. Entering the Memo Mode Enter the Memo Mode by tapping Menu to display the Mode Menu, and then selecting Memo.
  • Page 64: Inputting New Memo Data

    Inputting New Memo Data Data input procedures are the same for all categories. 1. While a Memo Mode list or data screen is on the display, tap the New button. 2. On the menu that appears, tap the category where you want to input the data.
  • Page 65: Viewing Memo Data

    Viewing Memo Data The following procedures explain how to recall a memo item (record) for viewing, and how to expand the data display to fill the entire screen. To view memo data 1. Display the Memo list screen. • Note that you can change the display category only from the Memo list screen.
  • Page 66: To Display An Item In The Full-Screen View

    To display an item in the full-screen view 1. Select the memo whose contents you want to display in the full-screen view. • You can select a memo by highlighting it in the list screen or by displaying its data screen. 2.
  • Page 67: Moving A Memo Within A List Screen

    Moving a Memo within a List Screen Use the following procedure when you want to move a memo to different location within the list screen of the same category. • You can’t move a memo from one category to another. 1.
  • Page 68: Chapter 5 Expense Manager

    Chapter Expense Manager The Expense Manager is like having your own personal bookkeeper along with you wherever you go. You input transaction data as it occurs, and later you can calculate periodic totals. It’s the easy way to keep track of your finances day by day.
  • Page 69 2. If you want to change the date of the transaction, tap the displayed date and then use the date keyboard that appears to make the changes you want. Tap NEXT to advance to the amount. 3. Input the amount of the transaction, and then tap NEXT. •...
  • Page 70: Recalling Expense Manager Data

    Recalling Expense Manager Data 1. In the Expense Manager Mode list screen, tap the date jump button. Data jump button 2. Use the date keyboard that appears to input the date to which you want to jump, and then tap NEXT. •...
  • Page 71: Calculating Periodic Totals

    Calculating Periodic Totals This section describes how to calculate total for a period you specify. You can calculate a periodic total for a specific payment type or expense type. 1. In the Expense Manager Mode list screen, tap the Total type 2.
  • Page 72: Managing Payment And Expense Types

    Managing Payment and Expense Types Your PV Unit comes with the built-in payment and expense types shown below. You can use these as they are, or you can change the names of the built-in payment and expense types to suit your own needs. Built-in Payment and Expense Types Payment Types Cash...
  • Page 73: Chapter 6 Currency Converter

    Chapter Currency Converter The Currency Converter lets you instantly convert from one currency to two other currencies. You can even convert between euros and national currencies. Entering the Currency Converter Mode Tap the Menu icon to display the Mode Menu, and then tap Conversion. •...
  • Page 74: Changing The Currency Name And Rate

    Example: To find out the dollar and yen equivalents of 2 pounds. 1. In the Currency Converter, tap the General tab. Currency names 2. Tap the name of the currency from which you want to convert. In this example you would tap £. 3.
  • Page 75: Displaying The Current General Rates

    To change a currency name 1. While the General tab is displayed on the Currency Converter screen, tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Option – Name edit. 2. On the screen that appears, tap the currency name you want to change. 3.
  • Page 76 Example: To find out the mark, franc, and lira equivalents of 5 euros. 1. In the Currency Converter, tap the Euro tab. Currency names 2. Tap the name of the currency from which you want to convert. In this example you would tap 3.
  • Page 77: Changing The Displayed National Currencies

    Changing the Displayed National Currencies Use the following procedure to select from among the 12 national currencies and display the ones you want on the Euro tab. 1. On the Currency Converter Euro tab, tap the L button next to the currency you want to change.
  • Page 78: Specifying The Rounding Method

    3. Use the text keyboard to input a name up to four characters long. • Tapping the Initial button displays a list of initial default currency names and rates. Tapping on a currency in this list returns its name and exchange rate to the settings shown on the list.
  • Page 79 4. Tap a button at the bottom of the screen to specify the rounding method. • The rounding method you select is applied for all currency conversion calculations involving a currency for which you specified 0 or 2 decimal places in step 3, above. Cut: Cuts off the decimal part to the specified number of places.
  • Page 80: Chapter 7 Quick-Memo

    Chapter Quick-Memo Quick-Memo is like having a digital memo pad on which you can sketch simple line drawings or jot down reminders. Entering the Quick-Memo Mode Tap the Quick-Memo icon below the PV Unit screen to enter the Quick-Memo Mode. •...
  • Page 81: Using The Quick-Memo Drawing Tools

    Using the Quick-Memo Drawing Tools The following describes the functions of the Quick-Memo Drawing tools when inputting Quick-Memo data. Tap a drawing tool with the stylus to select it. The currently selected drawing tool is highlighted on the toolbar. Tapping some of the drawing tools also cycles through a number of optional settings.
  • Page 82: Creating A New Quick-Memo

    Line Tool • Tap this tool to cycle through the type of line or eraser path produced when dragging the stylus on the display while the line tool or eraser tool is selected. Each tap of this tool cycles through the line type in the sequence: freehand rectangle Darkness Tool...
  • Page 83: Recalling A Quick-Memo

    Recalling a Quick-Memo Use the following procedure to scroll through a list of Quick-Memos and find the one you want. Then you can select a Quick-Memo in the list to view it. 1. While the Quick-Memo input screen is on the display, tap List. •...
  • Page 84: Screen Copy

    6. In the Quick-Memo data display, you can use the scroll buttons to scroll back and forward to the data display of other memos. 7. After viewing the Quick-Memo, tap List to return to the list screen. Screen Copy The screen copy feature lets you copy an image of certain screens and store it as a Quick-Memo screen.
  • Page 85: Chapter 8 Pocket Sheet

    Chapter Pocket Sheet Pocket Sheet gives you access to basic spreadsheet capabilities while on the go. You can build your own spreadsheets from scratch, and even synchronize with ® Microsoft Excel data on your computer. Entering the Pocket Sheet Mode 1.
  • Page 86: Creating A New Sheet From Scratch

    Creating a New Sheet from Scratch 1. Display the Pocket Sheet list screen. 2. Tap the New button. • Columns are named using the letters of the alphabet from A to Z, while rows are numbered sequentially from 1 to 999. •...
  • Page 87: Making A Cell The Active Cell

    Making a Cell the Active Cell You can make a cell active by tapping it with the stylus so it becomes highlighted. You can also move the highlighting around the display using the scroll bar. • Tapping the gray areas of the scroll bar scrolls the entire screen with the highlighted active cursor in the same relative position in the newly displayed screen.
  • Page 88: Inputting Data Into A Cell

    Inputting Data Into a Cell This section explains the rules and procedures for inputting text, values, and mathematical expressions into sheet cells. It also contains detailed information on the various cell functions that are available. General Input Rules The following are the general rules that you should observe whenever inputting data.
  • Page 89: Relative Cell References

    Relative Cell References As its name suggests, a relative cell reference is one that references a cell in relation to the cell where the reference is made. Note the following examples. Relative Cell Reference A1:A10 A1:E1 Absolute Cell References An absolute cell reference is one that references a specific cell, no matter where it is located in relation to the cell where the reference is made.
  • Page 90: Mixed Cell References

    Mixed Cell References A mixed cell reference is one in which one component (column name or row number) is relative, and the other component is absolute. Note the following examples. Mixed Cell Reference Using the On-screen Keyboards Opening a new sheet that does not contain any data or tapping the highlighted cell within a sheet causes an on-screen keyboard to appear.
  • Page 91: Inputting Mathematical Expressions

    Inputting Mathematical Expressions You can set up a cell to perform arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), and other useful functions like SUM (sum of a series of values), MIN (extracts the lowest value), and COUNT (counts the number of values). You can also use parentheses to ensure that operations are performed in the sequence you want.
  • Page 92 Examples The following are some examples of mathematical expressions you can input into sheet cells. Cell Contents =1+2-3 =(1+2)*(3+4) =(A1+B5)*2 =$A$1+B2 =2^3 =ABS(A1) =AVERAGE(A1:D5) =COUNT(A1:D5) =COUNTA(A1:A7) =EVEN(3) =INT(8.9) =MAX(A1:D5) =MIN(A1:D5) =MOD(3,2) =ODD(2) =ROUND(2.15,1) =SQRT(A1*5) =SUM(A1:D5) Chapter 8 Pocket Sheet Displayed Result Result of expression using contents of cells A1 and B5 Contents of cell A1 + Contents of cell B2...
  • Page 93: Inputting Text

    Inputting Text Text (letters and numbers) can be input into the active cell using the on- screen text input keyboard. • Input make up entirely of numbers (including decimal point) is treated as a numeric value. Inclusion of even a single non-numeric character (alpha-character or symbol) causes the input to be treated as text.
  • Page 94: Input Example

    Input Example This section contains an example that illustrates a number of Pocket Sheet input techniques. Example Data All of the operations in this section are performed using the data shown below. Example: To input the function below into cell C5. =SUM(A2:B5)*C2 •...
  • Page 95: Controlling The Appearance Of A Cell

    6. Type * into the input field. 7. Tap cell C2. 8. Tap any cell or the NEXT button to display the calculation result. • The value in cell C5 shows the result of the function. Controlling the Appearance of a Cell This section explains how to make cell format settings that control the format of data inside individual cells or a range of cells.
  • Page 96 3. Make the format settings you want. • See the following sections for information about the settings you can make on the Formats tab. 4. After making the settings you want, tap Set to apply them. • Tapping Esc exits the Formats tab without applying any changes you have made in the settings.
  • Page 97 Edit • Tap this button to display the euro currency symbol editing screen shown below. • Note that you can edit the euro currency symbol only. The symbols for the other currencies are fixed. • Use the on-screen keyboard to type up to three letters for the currency to which you want to change.
  • Page 98: Specifying Cell Border Lines

    Comma • Tap the check box to toggle comma separators every three digits on (checked) and off (unchecked). Lock • Tap the check box to toggle cell lock on (checked) and off (unchecked). • Note that the sheet where the locked cell is located must be a protected sheet (page 107) for the cell’s locked status to be enforced.
  • Page 99: Row And Column Operations

    Row and Column Operations This section contains such information as how to change the width of a column, how to insert rows and columns, and how to delete rows and columns. Changing the Width of a Column You can change the width of a column of cells either by dragging the boundary to the width you want, or by specifying width value that represents a number of display dots.
  • Page 100: Scroll Freezing Rows And Columns

    To change the width of a column by specifying a value 1. Make a cell in the column whose width you want to change the active cell (page 85). 2. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Option – Width to display the Width dialog box.
  • Page 101 To freeze columns only Example: The following procedure describes how to freeze column A. 1. In the top row of the displayed sheet, tap cell in the column to the right of the column you want to freeze. • To freeze column A, for example, you would tap cell B in the top row. To freeze both column A and column B, tap cell C.
  • Page 102: Inserting Rows

    To freeze a row and column at the same time 1. Tap the cell below the row and to the right of the column you want to freeze. • To freeze column A and row 1, for example, you would tap cell B2. 2.
  • Page 103: Inserting Columns

    Inserting Columns 1. Select the location in the sheet where you want to input the columns. • The number of cells you select determines the number of columns that are inserted. Selecting C1 inserts a single column at column C. Selecting C1 and D1 inserts two columns at columns C and D.
  • Page 104: Sheet Operations

    Sheet Operations This section contains information about the procedures you need to perform when working with sheets. Opening a Sheet 1. Display the Pocket Sheet list screen. 2. Double-tap the title of a sheet to open it. Displaying the Input Screen You can use any one of the following two operations to change from a sheet screen to the input screen.
  • Page 105: Exiting A Sheet

    Exiting a Sheet While a sheet is on the display, tap Esc to exit. • Instead of tapping Esc, you could tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Edit – Close. • If there are unsaved edits in the sheet, tapping Esc displays a screen for saving the sheet.
  • Page 106: Pasting Cell Data

    2. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Edit – Cut or Edit – Copy. • With Cut, the original data is deleted from the cell and placed onto the clipboard. • With Copy, a copy of the data is placed onto the clipboard without changing the original data.
  • Page 107: Copying A Relative Cell Reference

    Copying a Relative Cell Reference With relative cell reference, the cell reference changes automatically to maintain the same relationship between the calling cell and the cell being called. Note the following example. =A2+B2+C2+D2 Copying an Absolute or Mixed Cell Reference Since absolute cell references are “absolute,”...
  • Page 108: Searching For Data In A Sheet

    Searching for Data in a Sheet Use the following procedure to search for specific data in a sheet. Note • The Pocket Sheet search function checks cell data only for the characters you specify. It does not check calculation formulas and functions assigned to cells. •...
  • Page 109: Setting Sheet Calculation, Gridline, And Protect Options

    Setting Sheet Calculation, Gridline, and Protect Options 1. Display the sheet whose options you want to set. 2. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Option – Sheet to display the option setting dialog box. 3. On the screen that appears, tap the check boxes to turn the options you want on (checked) and off (unchecked).
  • Page 110: Pocket Sheet Sync

    Pocket Sheet Sync Pocket Sheet Sync for Microsoft stored in your PV Unit with data in files created using Microsoft Excel (97, 2000, 2002). For details on using Pocket Sheet Sync, see the documentation contained on the CD-ROM that comes with your PV Unit. Pocket Sheet Errors The message #ERR appears inside of a cell any time one of the following operations is attempted with the cell.
  • Page 111: Referencer

    Chapter P.Referencer P.Referencer is a tool that lets you view database data on your PV Unit. You can view data files created using Easy Referencer Tool on a Windows PC. Preparing and Transferring Data from Your PC See the user documentation that comes with the Easy Referencer Tool application for details about how to prepare database data and transfer it from your PC to your PV Unit.
  • Page 112: Searching For Text In A Data File

    Searching for Text in a Data File 1. Display the P.Referencer search screen. • You can return to the search screen any time by tapping the 2. Tap the L arrow to the right of the data file name box to open a list of data file names, and tap the one you want to select.
  • Page 113 If you want to change to another data file, tap the L arrow to the right • of the data file name box to open a list of data file names, and tap the one you want to select. 2. Tap the name of the record whose data you want to view so it is highlighted.
  • Page 114: Chapter 10 Secret Function

    Chapter Secret Function Your PV Unit lets you set up a secret memory area that keeps your data safe and secure under a password you specify. After you enter the secret memory area, you can use the Scheduler, Contacts, Memo, and Expense Manager modes to store data.
  • Page 115: Using The Secret Memory Area

    Using the Secret Memory Area The following describes the operations you can perform after you create a secret memory area. To enter an existing secret memory area 1. Tap the Menu icon to display the Mode Menu, and then tap Secret. 2.
  • Page 116: To Transfer Data From The Open Memory Area To The Secret Memory Area

    To transfer data from the open memory area to the secret memory area 1. Enter the mode that contains the data you want to transfer to the secret memory area. 2. Select the data item you want to transfer. • You can select a data item (record) by highlighting it on a list screen, 1-Month Calendar screen, etc.
  • Page 117: Chapter 11 Pop Up Tools

    Chapter Pop Up Tools The pop up tools of the PV Unit provide you with instant access to a calculator, a calendar, and a clock whenever you need them. Displaying the Pop Up Tool Screen While a screen that has a Tools button in its upper right-hand corner is on the display, tap Tools to display the pop up tool screen.
  • Page 118: To Display The Clock Screen

    To display the clock screen On the pop up tool screen, tap the 1 Date in city of main clock 2 Time in city of main clock 3 Clock 1 city name 4 Main clock 5 Clock 2 city name 6 Clock 1 •...
  • Page 119: To Select A Time Zone City

    To select a time zone city 1. On the clock screen, tap the city name you want to change. 2. Highlight the name of the city you want to select by tapping it or by using the cursor keys. 3. Tap Set to register the selected city. To switch between standard time and daylight saving time (DST) On the clock screen, tap on the DST (summer time) setting of one of the...
  • Page 120: Calculator Keys

    Calculator Keys The following describes the functions of the calculator screen keys. • Use the number keys to input values. • MC clears calculator memory. • MR recalls calculator memory contents. • M– subtracts the currently displayed value from memory contents. Tapping M–...
  • Page 121: To Perform Calculations

    To perform calculations 53 + 123 – 63 = (23 – 56) = 3 – 89) 5.2 + 63 = 1234567890 741852 = 12 + 23 = 45 + 23 = 7 – 5.6 = 2 – 5.6 = 12 = 12 = 45 9.6 = 78 9.6 =...
  • Page 122: To Perform Constant Calculations

    To perform constant calculations 1. On the calculator screen, input the first value of the operation, tap an arithmetic operator key twice, and then input the second value of the operation. • You can perform a constant calculation using +, –, •...
  • Page 123: To Clear An Error

    Any of the following conditions produces an error. • Whenever the number of digits in the mantissa of an intermediate or final result exceeds 12 • Whenever the number of digits in the mantissa of a value in calculator memory exceeds 12 digits. In this case, the PV Unit automatically retains the last value stored that did not exceed 12 digits.
  • Page 124: Chapter 12 Data Communication

    SB-305 cable. Specifying the Type of Cable You are Using You can use either the USB cable that comes with your PV-S1600 Unit or a separately available SB-305 serial cable for data communication. Note, however, that before connecting, you need to perform the following procedure to specify the type of cable you will be using.
  • Page 125: Using The Cable

    Using the Cable The PV Unit comes with a cable for data communication. Use the following procedure to connect the cable to the PV Unit. To connect the cable to the PV Unit 1. Turn off PV Unit power. 2. Plug the cable into the cable connector at the bottom of the PV Unit as shown below.
  • Page 126: Data Communications Between Two Pv Units

    2. Connect the cable to the cable connectors of each of the PV Units as described below. • Connect the optional SB-305 serial cable to your PV-S1600. • Connect the cable that comes with the other PV Unit to the other PV Unit.
  • Page 127: To Send Data From The Host Unit To The Terminal Unit

    3. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Data communication. 4. On the screen that appears, tap the button next to Pocket Viewer to specify the data communication configuration. 5. Tap the button next to Send.
  • Page 128: To Receive Data From The Terminal Unit On The Host Unit

    To receive data from the terminal unit on the host unit 1. Perform steps 1 through 4 under “To send data from the host unit to the terminal unit”. 2. On the screen that appears, tap the button next to Receive. 3.
  • Page 129: Data Communications Between A Pv Unit And A Bn Unit

    • Transferring data from the PV-S1600 to a PV-100 or PV-200 causes all euro symbols to be replaced by spaces. •...
  • Page 130: To Send Data From The Pv Unit To The Bn Unit

    4. Use the optional SB-90 9-9 pin connector to connect the SB-305 serial cable to the BN Unit’s Mini Cradle. Host unit (PV Unit) SB-305 serial cable • All data communication settings must be made on the PV Unit, which is the host unit.
  • Page 131 4. On the screen that appears, tap the button next to BUSINESS NAVIGATOR to specify the data communication configuration. 5. Tap the button next to Send. 6. Tap Set. 7. Tap the check boxes to specify the data you want to send (checked) and the data you do not want to send (unchecked).
  • Page 132: To Receive Data From The Bn Unit On The Pv Unit

    • Transferring data from the PV-S1600 to the BN Unit causes all euro symbols to be replaced by spaces. •...
  • Page 133: Receiving Data From An Sf/Csf/Nx Series Unit

    To connect an SF/CSF/NX Series Unit to your PV Unit 1. Make sure that the power of both units is turned off. 2. Connect the optional SB-305 serial cable to your PV-S1600. 3. Open the cover of the data communications jack of the SF/CSF/NX Series Unit, and connect the optional SB-90 3-9 pin cable.
  • Page 134: To Make Communication Parameter Settings

    To make communication parameter settings 1. After connecting the two units, turn on the PV Unit. 2. Display the list view in a mode whose data can be received with this setup. • This configuration supports receipt of Contacts, Memo, Schedule and To Do data.
  • Page 135 • Data cannot be received from the following CASIO units: SF-A Series, SF-5580, 5780, 5980, 5580E, 5780E, 5980E, 5590SY, 5790SY, 5990SY, 5590SYE, 5790SYE, 5990SYE, 6500SY, 6700SY, 6900SY, 7100SY, 7200SY.
  • Page 136: Chapter 13 Pv Applications And File Transfer

    PV Applications Data Files PV Applications A “PV Application” is a program you can download from the CASIO Website (http://world.casio.com/download/pv/) or from other Websites to your computer, and then install on your PV Unit. You can delete PV Applications when you no longer need them.
  • Page 137: Installing A Pv Application To Your Pv Unit

    Chapter 13 PV Applications and File Transfer Installing a PV Application to your PV Unit You install a PV Application on your PV Unit by downloading it from your computer. Use the following procedure to download a PV Application from your computer to your PV Unit.
  • Page 138: Deleting Pv Application Data Files

    Chapter 13 PV Applications and File Transfer 6. The Mode Menu or the Action Menu screen reappears after download is complete. • The icon of the PV Application you downloaded is shown in the Mode Menu. • You can interrupt the download at any time by tapping Esc on the PV Unit.
  • Page 139: Transferring Files

    Chapter 13 PV Applications and File Transfer Transferring Files You can use File Transfer Manager to transfer text files, Excel files, and other types of files to your PV Unit and carry them with you wherever you go. For details about file transfer, see the File Transfer Manager documentation. Note, however, that you cannot display the contents of such files on your PV Unit.
  • Page 140: Chapter 14 Game

    Chapter Game The PV Unit comes with two built-in games for your enjoyment. The games are named Game-1 and Game-2. Entering the Game Mode and Selecting a Game 1. Tap the Menu icon to display the Mode Menu. 2. Tap the “ and ‘ buttons on the right side of the menu screen to change menu pages and display the Game icon.
  • Page 141: How To Play

    How to play • Alternate the cards in the piles by piling cards in descending order, alternating black and red. Place the black 5 on top of the red 6. • Tap the next face down card in a pile to turn it up when you move the face up cards over to a different pile.
  • Page 142: Game Levels

    Game Levels Beginner: Tapping a card causes the applicable destination to become highlighted, showing you where it should go. Intermediate: No indication of where cards should go Advanced: Undo up to two steps only. Game-2 1 2 3 4 How to play •...
  • Page 143: Game Levels

    • After making all the plays that are available at the bottom of the pile, tap the down deck to turn up the next card on top of the down deck. The card that is turned up can be tapped in combination with a card at the bottom of the pile to equal 13.
  • Page 144: General Game Procedures

    General Game Procedures The following procedures can be used for either Game-1 or Game-2. To change the level Tap Level to open a menu of levels, and tap the one you want. To undo the last play Tapping undoes the last play. You can undo only the latest play you made.
  • Page 145: Chapter 15 General Reference

    Chapter General Reference This section describes general operations and procedures. Scroll Bars Item • Tap to scroll up and down, a page at a time. (Tapping these buttons while the Weekly Scheduler screen is on the display, for example, scrolls a week at a time.) •...
  • Page 146: Cursor Key Scrolling

    • The PV Unit scroll bars operate similarly to the scroll bars of many popular personal computer applications. • The scroll handle location indicates approximately how much data is above and below the data on the screen. If the scroll handle is located in the middle of the scroll bar, for example, it means that there is about the same amount of data above and below.
  • Page 147: Moving Between Entries (Fields)

    Moving Between Entries (Fields) When inputting and editing data, you can move between entries (fields) either by tapping on the entry you want with the stylus, or by tapping the on-screen NEXT button to advance to the next sequential entry. Note that the NEXT button may not appear on some input or editing screen.
  • Page 148 Symbol Keyboard Displays other symbols. Returns to the Text Keyboard. Code Keyboard Date Keyboard • Specify a date by tapping it in the calendar, or by tapping the number keys. Scrolls the month shown on the input screen. Jumps to the month that contains today’s date as kept by the main clock.
  • Page 149: Time Setting Screens

    Calculator Keyboard • See “Using the Calculator Screen” on mathematical operations. Time Setting Screens There are two basic time setting screens that you can switch between while inputting time data: a dial type screen and a time bar type screen. The dial type screen is best for setting a single time, while the bar type screen lets you specify a time period (start time and end time) quickly and easily.
  • Page 150 • The time format you should use for input should match the format of the system setting you selected under “Setting the Date, Time, Calendar, and Keyboard Formats” on • If you are using the 12-hour time format, be sure to tap the am or pm button to specify “am”...
  • Page 151: Selecting A Range Of Text By Dragging

    • Use the number buttons to input individual digits. • If you are using the 12-hour time format, be sure to tap the am or pm button to specify “am” or “pm”. Changes to the dial type time setting screen. Tap to specify “am”...
  • Page 152: Cut, Copy, Paste

    Cut, Copy, Paste The cut, copy, and paste functions of the PV Unit operate just as they do on a personal computer. To cut or copy data 1. Drag the stylus across characters on the display that you want to cut or copy.
  • Page 153: Initial Default Dates For New Items

    Initial Default Dates for new items When you create a new Scheduler or Expense Manager item, the PV Unit automatically assigns dates to the required date fields in accordance with the rules described below. You can leave an initial default date as it is or change it to another date, if you want.
  • Page 154: Using The Quick Find Feature

    Using the Quick Find Feature The Quick Find feature automatically remembers a list of words you have recently input, and displays a list of candidates when it senses you are inputting one of the words again. You can tap a word in the list of candidates to input it, without having to type all the characters.
  • Page 155: Editing Data Items

    Editing Data Items Use the following procedure to edit data items. This general procedure applies in all modes. 1. Select the data item you want to edit. • You can select an item by displaying its data screen, or by tapping the item on a list screen, calendar, etc.
  • Page 156: Deleting Data

    Deleting Data The following describes the general procedure for deleting data. 1. Enter the mode that contains the data you want to delete. 2. If you want to delete a particular data item, select the item. 3. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Edit – Delete to display the data delete screen.
  • Page 157 Delete Operations Table Delete Operation Single data item Schedule data items Done data items To Do data items Reminder data items Specified data items All Scheduler data items All data items Category data items Chapter 15 General Reference Deletes Data item that is selected when Edit – Delete is tapped All Schedule data All done To Do data items...
  • Page 158: Searching For Data

    Searching for Data You can use either initial character search or all search to look for specific data in the Scheduler (Schedule, To Do, Reminder), Contacts, and Memo Modes. Note that both search operations check the data only in specific entries (fields) of each data item.
  • Page 159: Search Results

    3. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Edit – Search. 4. On the screen that appears, tap Initial to specify initial character search or All to specify all search. 5. Input up to 12 search characters. 6.
  • Page 160: Changing The Display Font

    Changing the Display Font You can select one of two different display fonts for list and data screens in the Scheduler, Contacts, Memo, and Expense Manager Modes. 1. Display the list screen or data screen in the mode whose display font you want to change.
  • Page 161: To Display Version Information

    To display version information 1. On the Mode Menu, tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap Option. 2. On the screen that appears, tap Version to display the version list screen. 3. Tap an item in the list to display its full data. 4.
  • Page 162: Chapter 16 Configuring The Unit

    Chapter Configuring the Unit The System menu provides you with a number of items that you can use to set up the unit to suit your particular needs. Note that the System menu is available on the menu bar while the Mode Menu is on the display.
  • Page 163: Turning Sound On And Off

    Turning Sound On and Off 1. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Sound. 2. Tap a check box to toggle the corresponding item’s sound on (checked) and off (unchecked). • Scheduler alarms turns all Scheduler Mode alarms on and off. •...
  • Page 164: Setting The Date, Time, Calendar, And Keyboard Formats

    Setting the Date, Time, Calendar, and Keyboard Formats 1. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Format. 2. Tap the date format next to Date. • Each tap of the date format changes it in the cycle: M/D/Y D/M/Y 3.
  • Page 165: Setting The System Language

    Setting the System Language 1. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Language. 2. On the screen that appears, tap the button next to the language you want to select as the system language. 3.
  • Page 166: Calibrating The Touch Screen

    Calibrating the Touch Screen Use the following procedure to calibrate the touch screen after initializing the unit, or if you feel that the function performed when your tap the screen does not match the button or command you tapped. 1. Tap Menu Bar to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Touch Panel Alignment.
  • Page 167: Memory Management

    Memory Management The memory of your PV Unit is designed to make your normal data input and recall operations as quick and efficient as possible. After repeated storage and deletion of data, however, you may find that you are unable to store new data, even after you have deleted some data from memory.
  • Page 168: Chapter 17 Technical Reference

    Chapter Technical Reference This section contains technical information about the PV Unit. Date Formats The following describes the date formats that can be set for the system Format M/D/Y Month/Day/Year. Example: Jan/31/2003 D/M/Y Day/Month/Year. Example: 31/Jan/2003 Y/M/D Year/Month/Day. Example: 2003/1/31 Time Formats The following describes the time formats that can be set for the system Format...
  • Page 169: Tool Bars

    Tool Bars The PV Unit uses standard tool bars for data input and display. The following shows typical examples of these tool bars, and describes the items that can appear in each. Data Input Tool Bar Mode icon Button Mode icon Indicates the mode you are currently in.
  • Page 170 Data Display Tool Bar Mode icon Button Indicates the mode you are currently in. Mode icon Displays a menu of other views that can be used to display data. In the Scheduler and Expense Manager modes, jumps to today’s date as kept by the PV Unit’s built-in clock. Advances to the next item.
  • Page 171: Keyboard Formats

    Keyboard Formats The PV Unit provides you with a selection of keyboard formats. QWERTY AZERTY QWERTZ Scheduler Mode Alarms • When you set an alarm time for a Schedule, To Do, or Reminder item, an alarm sounds for about 20 seconds when the alarm time is reached on the date that is also specified for the data item.
  • Page 172: Input Limits

    Input Limits The following table shows the maximum number of characters that can be input into various fields. Mode Entry (Field) Schedule Description To Do Description Category Reminder Description Contacts – Category Item Memo Description Expense Amount Manager Payment Type Expense Type Description Search...
  • Page 173 1. Remove the cover and touch the screen with the stylus to turn on power. 2. Use the stylus to press the RESET button on the back of the PV Unit. RESET button REPLACE BATTERIES • It takes a while for the OS to load. After a few moments, the touch screen calibration screen should appear.
  • Page 174: Euro Conversion Rate Presets

    7. After the reset procedure is complete, tap the button next to the language you want to select as the system language. 8. Tap Set to change to the pop up tool screen. 9. Check the time setting and correct it if necessary •...
  • Page 175: Storage Capacity

    Storage Capacity The memory capacity of the PV-S1600 is 16 Mbytes (12MB for the User Area and Add-in Area plus 4MB for the OS Area). The following shows the number of items that can be stored. Scheduler Approximately 32,000 items with 60-character description.
  • Page 176: Auto Sort Sequence

    Auto Sort Sequence The following table shows the sequence used for alphabetical data sorts. (space) ” & ’ – < ˆ > — Chapter 17 Technical Reference Ú À È Ì Ò Ù Â Ê Î Ô Û ¡ á é...
  • Page 177: City Name List

    City Name List Time City Name Difference Abidjan 0:00 Abu Dhabi + 4:00 Acapulco – 6:00 Accra 0:00 Addis Ababa + 3:00 Adelaide + 9:30 Aden + 3:00 Al Manamah + 3:00 Algiers + 1:00 Alice Springs + 9:30 Amman + 2:00 Amsterdam + 1:00...
  • Page 178 Time City Name Difference Lagos + 1:00 Las Palmas 0:00 Lilongwe + 2:00 Lima – 5:00 Lisbon 0:00 Lome 0:00 London 0:00 Los Angeles – 8:00 Luanda + 1:00 Lusaka + 2:00 Luxembourg + 1:00 Madrid + 1:00 Managua – 6:00 Manaus –...
  • Page 179: Message Table

    Message Table Cause: The maximum allowable limit of 1,000 alarms are already set. All dates you select must be within the same year. Cause: You are trying to highlight dates for a period that spans multiple years. Batteries are getting weak! Replace them as instructed in the User’s Guide. Cause: Battery power is getting weak.
  • Page 180 Cause: An error occurred during data communication. Data error! Consult your User’s Guide for correct procedure. Cause: An internal data error has corrupted memory data. Data error! Do you want to view data before resetting? Cause: A data error requires that you perform the RESET operation, which deletes all data stored in memory and returns all settings to...
  • Page 181 Make sure you are inputting the date correctly. Cause: You are trying to use invalid values for a date. Make sure you are inputting the time correctly. Cause: You are inputting invalid values for a time setting. Cause: You are trying to input data or receive data while memory is already full.
  • Page 182 That date is outside of the specified period. Cause: You are specifying a Reminder date that is outside the period specified by the start date and end date. Cause: You are trying to assign a name that is already used when naming a payment type or expense type.
  • Page 183 This operation will push some data outside the sheet. Cause: The Pocket Sheet Mode operation you are performing will cause some of the cells of the sheet to be pushed outside the range of the sheet. This causes the data in the cells to be deleted.
  • Page 184: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Power Supply Problem: Nothing appears on the display when power is turned on. Possible Causes 1. The battery switch on the back of the unit is set to REPLACE BATTERIES. 2. Battery power is low. 3. Display contrast is too light. 4.
  • Page 185: Operation

    21 for information about battery replacement. 3. The touch screen must be replaced. Contact your nearest CASIO dealer to have the touch screen replaced. You will be charged for this replacement. Recommended Action Replace batteries...
  • Page 186: Data Communication

    1. Equipment is not connected correctly. 2. Cable connector is dirty. • If any of the above does not restore your PV Unit to normal operation, contact your nearest CASIO dealer for servicing. Chapter 17 Technical Reference Recommended Actions 1. Carefully follow the procedures on...
  • Page 187: Specifications

    Chapter 17 Technical Reference Specifications Model: PV-S1600 Main Modes: Scheduler (Schedule, To Do, Reminder); Contacts; Memo; Expense Manager; Currency Converter; Quick-Memo; Pocket Sheet; P.Referencer; Pop Up Tools (Clock, Calendar, Calculator); Game Data storage: Storage and recall of Schedule, To Do, Reminder, Contacts, Memo, Expense, Quick- Memo, Pocket Sheet data;...
  • Page 188 Battery life: (Ambient Temperature: 20 C (68 F)) • Approximately 120 hours of continuous display only in the Contacts Mode • Approximately 80 hours with 55 minutes of continuous display only and 5 minutes of processing operation per hour in the Contacts Mode •...
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