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QT-6000
Smart Touch Terminal
October 2004

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  • Page 1 Training manual QT-6000 Smart Touch Terminal October 2004...
  • Page 2 QT-6000 Training Manual Chapter 1 Hardware and Cable Specifications Chapter 2 Loading the IPL Via CF Card and PC & Setting up the In-line network Chapter 3 Initialising the Terminal Chapter 4 Memory Allocation Chapter 5 Function Keys Chapter 6...
  • Page 3: Hardware Configuration

    CHAPTER 1 HARDWARE CONFIGURATION General Configuration Front View General Configuration Back View...
  • Page 4 QT-6000 Hardware Specification QT-6000 Standard RAM is 32mb (16mb usable) Flash Memory used for IPL data is 16mb The In-Line system used is Ethernet The Ethernet communications Board comes as standard when purchasing the QT-6000 terminal You can connect up to three external printers per terminal...
  • Page 5 Layout of Com ports on the QT-6000 As you can see from the diagram above there are 6 Com ports These are used for the following tasks Com Port 1 = PC / Modem Com Port 2 = Scanner Com Port 3 = Remote display...
  • Page 6 QT-6000 Optional extra’s Card Swipe Rear display Dallas keys and lock...
  • Page 7 QT-6000 In-Line (Ethernet) Configuration 1 Terminal to Terminal (You must use a Hub) Configuration 2 Multiple Terminals 10 BASE-T Configuration 3 Multiple Terminals 100 BASE-T...
  • Page 8 In-Line Maximum Configurations You can have up to 12 terminals In-Line when using floating check tracking or floating clerk interrupt. You can have up to 32 terminals In-Line if you are not using check tracking or clerk interrupt. You can have a maximum of 8 Printers shared thought out the Ethernet network.
  • Page 9 In-Line specifications and cable lengths Wiring configuration for Cat-5 All Terminal need to be connected to the hub as shown below Cat-5 Wiring diagram This is how the cables should be wired and also the specification of the cable which should be used...
  • Page 10 Connecting printers It is possible to have 3 printers per terminal if the terminals are stand-alone and there is a maximum of 8 terminals for an In-line situation Supported Printers Epson Thermal TM-88 / UP-350 / 360 Epson Dot Matrix TM-U210 / U-220 / UP-250 Printer wiring diagram D Sub 9 Pin Female D Sub 25 Pin Male...
  • Page 11 Casio PC Interface Online Specifications PC configurations It is now possible to use either a serial or TCP/IP connection Serial Connection TCP/IP Connection...
  • Page 12 QT-6000 to Modem wiring diagram QT-6000 to PC wiring diagram...
  • Page 13 CHAPTER 2 LOADING THE IPL Via CF CARD / PC & Setting up the Ethernet network (TCP/IP) Required equipment: A PC or a CF card A PRL-CB2 (RS232 / Laplink cable/Cat-5 cable and hub) Auto Load via CF card Copy the IPL data to the route directory of the San Disk CF card via PC Insert the CF card in to the CF card reader of the PC Copy the IPL data to the CF card...
  • Page 14 IPL (3) Press the INIT Switch and the IPL will start to load (4) After the IPL has loaded the QT-6000 will ask for a Mac/Init code enter 10000 for UK and then press “ok”...
  • Page 15 Master Terminal Settings 1. Select terminal ID 1 2. This will automatically make this terminal the DHCP server 3. Select yes to confirm your options The DHCP server issues the IP addresses to all the other terminals in the In-line network provided that you select auto Settings for all other terminals in the In-Line network Terminal 2 Enter the terminal numbers in sequential order...
  • Page 16 Terminal 3 Enter the terminal numbers in sequential order Set IP Address to Auto and select yes This will give the following IP Address’s to the QT-6000’s Master 192.168.000.001 Terminal 2 192.168.000.050 Terminal 3 192.168.000.051 After this TCP/IP selection the Mac screen will now be displayed...
  • Page 17 Install CV-10 to your PC Plug your PRL-CB2 (RS-232 standard lap link cable) in to Com 1 Copy the QT-6000 IPL file to the CVW folder Go in to the CVW folder and double click on C_comw Icon Double click on C_Comw Icon...
  • Page 18 (1) Set the Com direction to IPL (2) Set Communication line to online (3) Select profile name QT-6000.INI (4) Select the dos file name to Qt-6000.IPL (5) Press the add key the screen should look the same as the above...
  • Page 19 On the cash register (1) Initialise the Terminal with 44449999 Sub-Total (2) Select IPL Com Port 1 (3) Select speed 115200 (4) Select Start...
  • Page 20 Now select “OK” from the PC The IPL will now be loaded to your terminal After the IPL has loaded you will see the Mac screen The next chapter of this manual will guide you though the Mac procedure for the QT-6000...
  • Page 21 CHAPTER 3 INITIALISING THE TERMINAL (Mac) Enter 10000 for the UK Mac...
  • Page 22 Mac Screen Setting the time Setting the date Setting the ID Character...
  • Page 23 Check tracking type selection Explanation of Check Tracking Types Master This terminal controls all of the other Satellite terminals on the network as far as check tracking and clerk interrupt is concerned. Please note you can only have one master per check tracking cluster.
  • Page 24 Printer type selection Slip printer selection Final Confirmation The terminal will now set up the Initial Casio program keyboard and memory allocation.
  • Page 25 This menu allows you the option to restore a program that has previously been backed up to a CF card, or receive a program from another terminal in the In-line network CF Card Note: By selecting option 1 the standard Casio program will be loaded...
  • Page 26 To Restore the program In-line Flag Clear / INIT 2 Operation These operations are used to clear terminal lock up’s and clear sales figures for installation...
  • Page 27: Memory Allocation

    CHAPTER 4 MEMORY ALLOCATION Where ever possible please allocate the memory using the main Daily and Program option. Go to PGM 5 via the mode key and select option1 this will take you to the daily and program option. Programming options...
  • Page 28 Daily and Program Explanation of files and rules Memory Allocation rules Always allocate the main memory allocation from the Daily and Program option (1) and not individual files wherever possible. When allocating memory in the Daily and Program area there are lots of files that will change with out you knowing The size of printer buffers and registration buffers are decided by what you allocate in this area.
  • Page 29 Please be very careful when allocating or re-allocating any files in the individual file section of programming. These files will have to be allocated in Individual files section New Memory Allocation Files File 037 Customer File File 042 Customer Group File 050 Intelligent Electronic Journal File 650 Intelligent Electronic Journal Collection File 085 Menu level Character...
  • Page 30 Original QT-6000 Files Allocated in individual area File 027 if you are using more than 10 Dallas Keys File 030 Clerk Detail file (Set to 10 records as standard) File 038, 138, 238, 338, 438 Arrangement files File 047 External Graphic Logo file...
  • Page 31 Table Analysis (File 18) This file allows you to take a report of tables that have been served and cashed off. It provides information such as the amount of money taken on a table or range of tables in an evening. PLU (File 004) Input the number of PLU’s required PLU 2@ price (File 054)
  • Page 32 Departments (File005) Input the number of departments required Groups (File 006) Input the number of groups required Receipt / Slip Msg (File 32) This file is allocated as standard so you do not need to allocate anything Text recall (File 039) This file allows you to pre program text for messages which can be accessed via a text recall function key Order Character Link (File 065)
  • Page 33 Employee File (File 19) Enter the number of employees, which will have to clock in and out Job Code (File 802) Input the number of different jobs, which can be specified when clocking in. IDC Link (File 804) This file must be at least 5 times bigger than IDC 1, IDC 2 and IDC IDC 1 (File 057) Enter the number of IDC lines you require IDC 2 (File 058)
  • Page 34 CHAPTER 5 ASSIGNING FREE FUNCTION KEYS How to assign function keys Using the mode key go to PGM 4 Key assign to specified menu level PGM4 - 1.Keyboard - 1.Key assign nn000 <YES> --> Continue normal key assign operation (1) "nn" is menu level number 01 to 15. (2) If nn=00, it means current ver1.10 style.
  • Page 35 Specify new menu level mm. FILE002 empty record search When assigning a key or a free function record which is linked to more than 2 keys is not over written. Ex) Menu level 1 <CASH> links FILE002 REC#040 Menu level 2 <CASH> links FILE002 REC#040 Menu level 3 <CASH>...
  • Page 36 Explanation of Free Function Keys Original function keys for pubs and Restaurants Add Check (94) This function allows two open checks to be added together Arrangement key (44) This function allows you to program sequences of buttons and function for example you can program a cash key to have a preset price for automatic change calculation Clerk Number key (72) This function allows you to sign clerks on and off the cash register...
  • Page 37 Discount Key This function allow you to give a % discount off an individual item or multiple items You can also give a 100% discount for buy one get one free Dutch Account (140) This function allows you to split the bill in to the number of people you would like after finalisation.
  • Page 38 House Bon (114) This allows you to sell PLU’s at zero unit prices This function could be used for staff or complimentary Operation Press the house bon key Register PLU’s To return to normal registration press 0 house bon Ketten Bon (113) This function allows you to produce individual stubs for each customer It is used mostly in entrance machines...
  • Page 39 #/NS (041) Used to open the drawer and for cash declaration for UK pub operation. Operator Number Key (078) This key is used when transferring from one clerk to another it is used to tell the operator number you are transferring to. Please see the clerk transfer operation for more detail.
  • Page 40 Table Number Key (58) This function is a table reference number It can be possible in some applications that you are using check number 123456 but setting at table number 1 Table transfer (014) This function allows you to transfer from one table to another. If you program the status bit (1000000) to the function key it will allow you to add to a check that is already open.
  • Page 41 New Functions Customer # Key (148) This function is used for our customer accounts system There is a maximum of 200 accounts Operation 1 customer number (Or push the customer No and select) Register some items Press the table transfer key if you have set up auto check transfer. If not press the number of the table you wish to transfer to then check transfer if you have not set up auto check transfer.
  • Page 42 Payment key (149) This function is used in conjunction with the customer accounts system please see the Cust # key on the pervious page to see a full description of how the customer accounts work. Search function (246) This function allows you to search the PLU file by character. This functionality is also available by using the PLU key.
  • Page 43 Memory Allocation General Notes If you want to use clerk interrupt please make sure you have a NB key allocated in the free function file. If you want to use a Slip printer please make sure you have a Slip print key allocated in the free function file.
  • Page 44 CHAPTER 6 SETTING UP SHARED CHECK TRACKING Setting up the network to use shared check tracking Master Back-up Satellite Master IP Address IP Address IP Address 192.168.000.001 192.168.000.050 192.168.000.051 System Connection Table for Master MC#01 020101000000 MC#02 010202000000 MC#03 010000000000...
  • Page 45 Note The Back-up master and satellite terminals should have the same connection tables apart from their own terminal will have the symbol and the first two digits of their own terminal will be Methods of clearing the check file There are two methods of check tracking they are as follows Check tracking method Table tracking method Please note most businesses will use the table number method...
  • Page 46 CHAPTER 7 SETTING UP FLOATING CLERK INTERRUPT Setting up the network to use floating clerk interrupt Master Back-up Satellite Master IP Address IP Address IP Address 192.168.000.001 192.168.000.050 192.168.000.051 System Connection Table for Master MC#01 1 020101000000 MC#02 2 010202000000 MC#03 3 010000000000...
  • Page 47 Note The Back-up master and satellite terminals should have the same connection tables apart from their own terminal will have the symbol and the first two digits of their own terminal will be Clerk Programming In the clerk program please make sure that the clerk interrupt operators have been assigned clerk interrupt buffers Clerk Interrupt programming Please make sure you have a New Balance key allocated in the...
  • Page 48 Shared printing Method 1 Set up at mac stage When you initialise the QT-6000 if the printer is connected and switched on the Terminal will automatically see the printer and set up the relevant I/O parameters for you. Receipt and Journal printing will be set for my printer...
  • Page 49 Method 2 Setting up after the Mac/Init stage Printer 1 (Linked to Com port 4) Printer 2 (Linked to Com port 5)
  • Page 50 Printer 3 (Linked to Com port 6) Setting up the printer connection table To keep continuity in the programming side I would suggest that all Multi terminal sites are programmed as RS232 printer in all terminals.
  • Page 51 And .11g for RF communications the speed is 54Mbps Please note the above access point and wireless card are the only ones that can be used with the QT-6000 system. Casio do not recommend or support any other type of equipment.
  • Page 52 Wiring Configuration 1 (wired and RF) Netgear FS108 WG-511 WG-511 Wiring configuration 2 RF only WG-511 WG-511 WG-511...
  • Page 53 Setting up the PC (TCP/IP) and the Access point PC SETTINGS Changing the TCP/IP settings on your PC (Can be found in the control panel) Instructions for Windows XP Go to your control panel Go to Network settings Double click on network connections Double click on local area connection Double click on properties...
  • Page 54 Double click on Internet protocol (TCP/IP) Click on “use the following IP address” Enter the IP address 192.168.0.226 Enter the subnet mask to 255.255.255.0 Connect the access point to the Ethernet board of the PC and read the follow pages of how to set up the access point.
  • Page 55 Access point settings The standard IP address of the Access point is 192.168.0.227 Standard IP address and access point name In order to see the access point software settings firstly click on the Internet explorer icon At the command line type http://192.168.0.227 You should now see the following software You must at this point log on with a user name and password...
  • Page 56 The following screen will be displayed The user name is admin The password is password Click Ok after entering the correct user name and password The QT-6000 default setting’s for ID and WEP address are SSID: CQ6KNG Please set these settings in the option below...
  • Page 57 Make sure this is set to 128 bit These setting will make the access point compatible with the QT-6000’as far as the SSID and WEP encryption code If the firmware version in the access point is older than 3.2rc6, Please download the updated firmware from the Netgear web site.
  • Page 58 Note: The ID and encryption code is recommended to be unique for each site for security reason. ESSID: Up to 32 characters can be programmed. WEP: Encryption: up to 26 digits (WIRED EQUIVALENT PRIVACY When looking at the overall settings they should look like this Access Point Information...
  • Page 59 Step by Step installation for wiring configuration1 (Wired and RF Network) 1. Connect the first terminal to the Hub 2. Connect the access point to the Hub 3. Initialise the first terminal with 10000 4. Enter the terminal number as 1 5.
  • Page 60 Step 2 Add a second terminal to the configuration Install the wireless card in to the PCMCIA slot at the top of the QT-6000. Initialise the terminal with 10000 Enter the terminal number as 2 You should see the screen below select yes at the bottom of the...
  • Page 61 Step 3 Add a third terminal to the configuration Install the wireless card in to the PCMCIA slot at the top of the QT-6000. Initialise the terminal with 10000 Enter the terminal number as 3 You should see the screen below select yes at the bottom of the...
  • Page 62 The Final configuration Netgear FS108 WG-511 WG-511 How to remove the Netgear RF card from the terminal 1. Change the I/O Parameter Settings 2. Perform flag clear operation 3. Power OFF 4. Pull out the WG511 from QT6000 5. Power ON...
  • Page 63 Changing the WEP address For security reasons you should change the WEP address please follow the sequence below to change the WEP 1. Use AP with QT6000 default ID and key. 2. Init ECR#1 with DHCP server ON Init #2 onward as we did it 3.
  • Page 64 CHAPTER 10 New Memory Allocation and functions keys New Memory Allocation Files...
  • Page 65 The new functions keys are shown in yellow...
  • Page 66 The new function keys are as follows 1 Customer ID (function code 148) 2 Item Search (function code 246) 3 Location Change (function code 260) 4 Mode Key (Function code 124) 5 Order Character Change (Function Code 252) 6 Payment (Function Code 149) 7 Table Share (Function Code 261) All these function keys are explained in detail in chapter 5 of this manual.
  • Page 67 New General Machine features 0005-022 Page 131...
  • Page 68 00622-022 Code Page 132...
  • Page 70 0015-022 Code Page 138...
  • Page 71 0019-022 Code Page 142 0026-022 Code Page 145...
  • Page 73 0027-022 Code Page 146...
  • Page 74 0028-022 Code Page 146 0039-02 Code Page 148...
  • Page 75 0042-022 Code Page 148...
  • Page 76 CHAPTER 11 New Functionality Check Tracking / Clerk interrupt Pull-down groups / keyboard features New Functionality Check Screens (Table layouts) and Dummy Check Screens It is now possible to link a clerk to an area Layout of a restaurant or bar. Please note if you would like to see the table layout as soon as you sign on you must program compulsory check number.
  • Page 77 You Can Change the description of the dummy check/table window to whatever you like to call it After changing the description select the “yes” option Select Check/Table number 1. CHK# Range 2. Key Shape Option 1: The Check Range for dummy check area Option 2: Key Shape type for dummy check Icons...
  • Page 78 Option 1 CHK# Range CHK Window CHK# Range Enter Start Range 000001 End Range 000050 Enter the start and end range for the Dummy check/table Area This number should be the same as the number set in auto check range, and different to the check numbers used on a every day basis Option 2 key shapes Before using this option delete an area on the keyboard where the...
  • Page 79 Setting up Check Area’s 1 to 9 (Table Layouts) Setting up Table Layouts Edit the description if you wish to and select yes CHK Window 1. Select Check/Table Number 2. Table Area 1 3. Table Area 2 4. Table Area 3 5.
  • Page 80 When selected the QT-6000 will display enter Check/Table number Enter the table number you wish to designate to this area and then hit the table Icons Selection 2 Select the key shape or picture Icon you would like to put to the...
  • Page 81 Check windows Static check window This is when you program a clerk to automatically display a table layout via making the clerk input a compulsory check number See programming on the next page. Static checks display all programmed check numbers - Up to 9 check windows - Up to 24 checks display per one check window <Operation>...
  • Page 82 In order to automatically call a Table/Check Layout via a clerk you must program compulsory check number input Programming Please note this option is not available when you enable clerk Interrupt. Check Window Programming [PGM3] 1.Machine Feature - 24.Check Window – Select Job Select Check / Table No., CHK# range, Key shape, Key attribute, Key assign, Key delete Colours of Checks during operation...
  • Page 83 Programming of Display detail when using check tracking windows It is possible to program what to display when using check windows and check icons The example below shows the sub-total of the check It is also possible to show the clerk / Time of last order or Time opened Programming Select ST/Clerk/Time last ordered/Time of opening...
  • Page 84 Clerk Static and dynamic windows Static clerk window To display all programmed clerk numbers in the clerk window - Up to 9 clerks windows - Up to 24 clerks display per one clerk window Dynamic clerk window To display only clerks that have signed on in the clerk windows - Up to 9 clerks windows - Up to 24 clerks display per one clerk window Dynamic Clerk/Check window programming...
  • Page 85 Receipt key programming It is now possible to program the receipt key to automatically bring the check window to allow issuing of guest receipts for tables very easy Set this option to yes...
  • Page 86 Table Transfer programming for check windows It is now possible to program the table transfer key to transfer to the dummy check area (section 0) or table layout 1-9 New Option Hotel Functions Table transfer key status setting D7 = 4 “ST transfer” D8 = 1 “Transfer time and clerk”...
  • Page 87 NEXT: move to next page (function code is 220) ESC: You can delete but not possible to reprogram it again by the QT-6000 terminal you have to use a PC utility. CHK: Select CHK for active checks TBL: Select “TBL” it will show the table layout...
  • Page 88 Colours and styles You can select from two default colour keyboard patterns Style-1: Colour keyboard with the Casio Colour bar Style-2: Colour keyboard without the Casio colour bar...
  • Page 89 Touch Screen Themes Touch screen themes “User define = 0, Theme 1 = 1 or Theme 2 = 2” – YES – ESC These theme’s were designed for different light conditions Theme 1 = Outside or a very bright environment Theme 2 = Inside artificial light environment (Default)
  • Page 90 New Program 4 Key Attributes Key Attributes 1. Key Shapes...
  • Page 91 2. Key Colour Selection 3. Key Text...
  • Page 92 4. Pictures...
  • Page 93 Pull-Down List Programming Pull-Down List Options List01 1. Items 2. Window Colour 3. Key Shape 4. Key Colour 5. Key Text Editing of key top text has also been added for Pull-down groups Maximum of 16 Character per pull-down group PLU...
  • Page 94 Separate Check Function Graphical Single Separate Check...
  • Page 95 New Multiple Separate Check It is now possible to split a check graphically to 9 other checks Multiple Separate Check Screen Programming for multiple check Set the multiple separate check option to yes...
  • Page 96 Table share Function Application This function allows the facility for a number of people to share the same table and manage the check tracking system at the same time. Programming for table share function Firstly you must make sure you have an Old/New Check key in file number 2 (Free Function File) Assign the table share key in program 4 Function code for table share is 261...
  • Page 97 CHAPTER 12 Other New functions Memory Free Functions This function has been designed for two reasons Reason One: You need more functions but there is not enough space on the keyboard. Reason Two: To allow function key status programming for Menu Level keys, Clerk and Check windows Character item search function Application...
  • Page 98 Order character change function Application To change the order character information before the designated PLU items are transferred to the kitchen. To change a starter to a main course Programming Function code for order character change Is 252 Order character change status/stay down programming Operation [REG] Press Order character change Press PLU with order character link Programmed...
  • Page 99 Monitoring function Application To watch the registration procedure of another terminal The person using the terminal will not know that the terminal is being monitored. Operation To start Monitoring [Manager] 99990000nn <ST> (nn…ID number) To stop Monitoring [Manager] <ESC> <ESC> Removing the quantity for preparation and condiment items It is now possible to program not to print the quantity of a condiment or preparation when the quantity is 1...
  • Page 100 “D20 = 1 (Save X report data to CF card)” 0002-029(Batch report 2) 20001112141700000000 “D20 = 2 (Save Z report data to CF card)” Report data format programming CF card format Data saving directory CASIO\QT6000\XZ\DDMMYY\xxxx.txt xxxx.txt [X or Z][File No.][T][Machine No.][A,B,…Z].TXT...
  • Page 101 Free function and PLU keys colour settings Display area colour definition (File 906) Memory allocation [PGM5] 3. Individual File – FILE 906 – 99 – YES - ESC Seat No Colour # 0010-906 - “Seat 1-3 colour program” – YES 0011-906 - “Seat 4-6 colour program”...
  • Page 102 Free function keys that can have their own colour RF, Coupon, Coupon2, %+, %-, Text recall, Text print 0012-906 – “Colour code setting” – YES …. Colour code link setting for free function keys PGM manual 85, 88, 90 PGM3] 3.Key Feature – 7.Function Key Colour link “12-99”...
  • Page 103 CHAPTER 13 Customer file and invoice numbers When using the customer accounts system the check tracking files are used to store the details of the customer accounts these files File 15 (Check Index) File 60 (Check detail) After customer payment operation, the finalized and discounted amount are accumulated in the totalizer area of File 37 (Customer file) and File 42 (Customer group file) Customer number entry can be done by entering a customer...
  • Page 104 Registration [REG] <CUST #> (New customer) “Swipe the card” or “Input customer number” Input “Name”, ”Title” , “Address” , “Phone no” , “Customer GP” – YES…. Press the <Table trans> key Payment operation [REG] <Payment> <CUST #> (New customer) “Swipe the card” or “Input customer number”...
  • Page 105 <X/Z report function> [X/Z] 1.Daily X/Z – 5.Customer account – 1. Customer – 4. All Information Invoice number function Application To print the invoice number only for real registration operations Programming Invoice number programming “Invoice number for std fin.” - YES “Invoice number for clerk int.”...
  • Page 106 CHAPTER 14 Picture And Sound Files BMP Files Application To display the picture data for the QT-6000 Free function keys PLU items Check windows Clerk windows Programming BMP:FILE910 (Bitmap image file for graphical keys) Memory allocation PGM manual page 13,17.
  • Page 107 Copy the bmp file converter and the wav file converter from the dealer CD. These files can be found in QT-6000/pctools Copy the Bit map files to the same directory as the two utilities above Convert the BMP files to file 910 PGM data using the Casio BMP file conversion software.
  • Page 108 How to convert the Data using the Casio utilities Double click on the BBMPCHG Icon You should see the following screen Drag and drop the bitmap to positions 1 to 99 Press the convert key...
  • Page 109 The utility should now say normal end and a file 910 will be made in the data directory Data Folder Touch screen File Copy file 910 PGM data to the following directory of the CF card. CASIO\QT6000\AUTPPGM\FILE910P.910...
  • Page 110 [Notes] 1) Supported BMP files: Windows bitmap, 24 bit colour 2) Number of bitmap image: Maximum of 100 single key images can be stored. When the double size key is specified, it will be occupied two single keys memory space. If the quadruple size key is specified, it will be occupied four single keys memory space.
  • Page 111 WAV:FILE701-710 (Bitmap image file for graphical keys) Memory allocation [PGM5] 1.Memory allocation - 3.Individual File – File701-710 – 32000 - YES – ESC Casio WAV conversion utility Double click the WAV conversion Icon You should see the following screen Press convert...
  • Page 112 Data Folder Touch screen File Transfer the sound data to a CF card CASIO\QT6000\AUTPPGM\FILE701P.701 FILE701 PGM data transfer via CF card Load the Data to the QT-6000 Terminal [CF card] - 2.Data Restore – Select “FILE710P.701” – YES – YES...