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  • Page 1 SF-7100SY SF-7200SY 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 Digital Diary.
  • Page 3: Before Using The Digital Diary For The First Time

    Before using the Digital Diary for the first time... Use the following procedure to load batteries before using it for the first time. 1. Slide the battery switch on the back of the Digital Diary to the REPLACE BATTERIES position. 2.
  • Page 4 6. Pull the insulating tape from the back-up battery by pulling in the direction indicated by the arrow. Important! Be sure to load the main batteries before removing the insulating tape from the back-up battery. 7. Press ON/OFF to turn power on. After about two seconds, the Home Time screen appears.
  • Page 5: Turning Power On And Off

    I Turning Power On and Off Press ON/OFF to turn power on and off. Important! If nothing appears on the display after you load batteries for the first time, press the RESET button. If nothing appears after you press the RESET button, it means that no power is being supplied from the main batteries.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Before using the Digital Diary for the first time..1 Turning Power On and Off ... 3 About the EL backlight ... 3 Before using the Digital Diary..8 Introduction ... 8 Write down important data somewhere! ... 8 Important Precautions ...
  • Page 7 Data Bank Operations... 26 Inputting Text ... 26 Inputting Dates and Times ... 27 Display Formats ... 28 Telephone Directory Mode ... 29 Record Summary ... 30 Memo Mode ... 31 Record Summary ... 31 Calendar Mode ... 32 Maneuvering Around Calendars ... 32 Appointment Markers ...
  • Page 8 Expense Manager Mode ... 46 Expense Type Labels and Icons ... 47 Payment Type Labels ... 48 Exchange Rate ... 48 Periodic Expense Report ... 49 Record Summary ... 49 Searching for Data ... 50 Scroll Search ... 50 Initial Character Search ... 50 Wild Card Search ...
  • Page 9 Calculator Mode ... 65 Data Communications ... 68 Setting Up for Data Communications ... 68 Sending Data ... 70 Sending All Data Items In a Mode ... 72 Data Synchronization ... 73 Technical Appendix ... 74 Memory Capacity ... 74 How the Digital Diary sorts data ...
  • Page 10: Before Using The Digital Diary

    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.
  • Page 11: Getting Started

    Make sure you read this part of the manual. General Guide Number keys ON/OFF SYNCHRONIZE LIGHT key Connector terminal Getting Started Display ESC key FUNCTION key – 9 – Mode keys Cursor keys Scroll/Search keys Display Change key Alpha keyboard...
  • Page 12: Display

    5 To Do Mode 6 Reminder Mode 7 Schedule Keeper Mode 8 Calendar Mode 9 Expense Manager Mode 0 Home Time/World Time Mode q Calculator Mode w Conversion Modes – 10 – e Game Modes r Indicates data above t SHIFT key operation...
  • Page 13: All-Reset

    I All-Reset Use the following procedure to reset the unit to its initial settings. Important! Do not use a very sharp pencil or other object to press the RESET button. Perform the reset operation only after main batteries and back-up battery are correctly installed.
  • Page 14 2. Press ENTER to reset the Digital Diary or ESC to abort. After pressing ENTER, the message shown below appears to indicate that RESET is being performed. RESET takes about 10 seconds to complete. After the reset procedure is complete, the message “SET TIME!” appears. After about two seconds, the Home Time screen appears.
  • Page 15: Power Supply

    I Power Supply Your Digital Diary is powered by two AA-size alkaline batteries, and its memory is protected by a single CR2032 lithium battery. Low Battery Warning Failure of anything to appear on the display after you turn on power or appearance of the low battery message, “MAIN BATTERIES WEAK! REPLACE THEM! UNIT WILL NOT TURN ON AGAIN!”...
  • Page 16 Replace batteries at least once every year, no matter how much you use the unit during that period. Never try to recharge the batteries that come with the unit. Should a battery leak, clean out the battery compartment of the unit immediately, taking care to avoid letting battery fluid come into direct contact with your skin.
  • Page 17 To replace the main batteries Important! Do not remove the main batteries from the Digital Diary while the back-up battery is removed. Be sure to replace both batteries with two new ones. Do not mix an old battery with a new one. 1.
  • Page 18 To replace the back-up battery Important! Do not remove the back-up battery from the Digital Diary while the main batteries are removed or the low battery message appears on the display. Be sure to replace the back-up battery at least once every 5 years. Otherwise, you run the risk of losing data stored in memory.
  • Page 19: Turning Power On And Off

    I Turning Power On and Off Press ON/OFF to turn power on and off. Important! If nothing appears on the display when you turn on power, it means that the main batteries are low. Replace the batteries (page 13). Auto Power Off Function The unit automatically turns power off if you do not press any key for about three minutes.
  • Page 20: Display Contrast

    – 18 – I Display Contrast Use the following procedure to make the figures on the display darker or lighter. To adjust display contrast 1. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Display contrast”. 2. Use H and J to make display images darker or lighter. 3.
  • Page 21: Memory Management

    2. Use L to move the pointer to “Destructive”. 3. Use H and J to turn destructive backspace on and off. 4. Press ENTER to quit. I Memory Management The memory of your Digital Diary is designed to make your normal data input and recall operations as quick and efficient as possible.
  • Page 22: Home Time Mode

    The time kept in the Home Time Mode is used for control of various time based functions. To enter the Home Time Mode Press the HOME/WORLD key once. To set your Home Time zone 1. In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Time zone change”. 2.
  • Page 23: Using The Daily Alarm

    To switch between standard time and daylight saving time In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Daylight savings”. This toggles to the opposite setting and returns to the Home Time Mode screen. indicates daylight saving time. To switch between 12-hour and 24-hour timekeeping In the Home Time Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “12/24 hours”.
  • Page 24 How the Daily Alarm works The daily alarm sounds at the alarm time you set. A snooze feature sounds the alarm more than once, helping to make sure you don’t oversleep or miss an appointment. About the snooze feature The snooze feature activates (and the SNOOZE indicator appears on the display) if you do not press any key or if you press the SPACE key after the Daily Alarm starts to sound.
  • Page 25: World Time Mode

    With World Time you can view the current time in time zones around the world. To enter the World Time Mode Press the HOME/WORLD key twice. From the Home Time Mode, press HOME/ WORLD only once. Every time you press HOME/WORLD, the Digital Diary switches between the Home Time Mode and World Time Mode.
  • Page 26: Zone Information Screen

    I Zone Information Screen The zone information screen shows the name of a major city and the time difference from your Home Time for each World Time zone. To display the zone information screen In either the World Time Mode or Home Time Mode, press DISP CHNG to change to the zone information screen for the displayed zone.
  • Page 27 City List City Name Midway Honolulu Anchorage Los Angeles Denver Chicago New York Santiago R. de Janeiro F. de Noronha Azores London Rome Jerusalem Moscow Abu Dhabi Karachi Dhaka Bangkok Hong Kong Tokyo Sydney Noumea Auckland • The time difference values in the above table are what would appear when New York is set as the home time.
  • Page 28: Data Bank Operations

    Data Bank Operations This part of the manual tells you how to input and edit text, and how to protect your personal data with a password. I Inputting Text Input or correction is performed at the current cursor location. About “data items” and “entries” Data item The above shows a typical Telephone Directory data item, which is made up of a number of entries.
  • Page 29: Inputting Dates And Times

    To shift the keyboard Press SHIFT to temporarily shift the keyboard. The indicator “SHIFT” on the screen shows that the keyboard is shifted. If the keyboard is set for upper-case letters (by the CAPS key), pressing SHIFT changes to lower-case. As soon as you input one character, the keyboard unshifts. To input punctuation marks and other symbols Press CODE and then any key marked with the punctuation or symbol you want to input.
  • Page 30: Display Formats

    Times Use the 12-hour/24-hour format setting of the Home Time. With 12-hour format, press A for AM or P for PM. Dates Use the preset date format (page 21). The year input range is 1901 through 2099. I Display Formats Two display formats (data display format and index display format) are used.
  • Page 31: Telephone Directory Mode

    Telephone Directory Mode Telephone Directory data is automatically sorted according to name entries. To enter the Telephone Directory Mode 1. Press TEL to display the initial Telephone Directory Mode screen. Number of records stored in area Memory usage Initial prompt 2.
  • Page 32: Record Summary

    Cursor 3. Input up to 13 characters for the title. See page 26 for details on how to input characters. 4. Press ENTER to quit. To specify Telephone Directory Mode index display contents 1. Press TEL to display the initial Telephone Directory Mode screen, and then press K, L, “, or ‘...
  • Page 33: Memo Mode

    Memo data is stored in the sequence it is input, without sorting. To enter the Memo Mode 1. Press MEMO to display the initial Memo Mode screen. Number of records stored in area Memory usage Initial prompt 2. Press MEMO again to change to another Memo Mode file. Each press of MEMO changes the file in the following sequence.
  • Page 34: Calendar Mode

    The Calendar displays calendars from January 1901 through December 2099. Pressing SCHEDULE in the Calendar Mode enters the Schedule Keeper Mode for the date selected on the Calendar Mode Screen. If the date cursor is located at a date that includes Reminder Mode data, pressing REMINDER enters the Reminder Mode for that date.
  • Page 35: Appointment Markers

    2. Input the month, day and year and then press ENTER. To jump a specific number of days 1. In the Calendar Mode, move the date cursor to the start date. 2. Press ! (forward) or @ (backward). 3. Input the number of days you want to jump and then press ENTER. You can input a value in the range of 0 to 999.
  • Page 36: Highlighting Calendar Dates

    I Highlighting Calendar Dates You can highlight calendar dates to indicate holidays or other special events to remember. To highlight and unhighlight individual dates 1. Move the date cursor to the date. 2. Press SPACE to highlight or unhighlight the date. To highlight days of the week for multiple weeks Example: To highlight all Sundays from July 2000 to December 2001.
  • Page 37: Working Day Count

    I Working Day Count Use the following procedures to count the number of working days. To count working days 1. Move the date cursor to the start day. 2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Working day count”. Starting date Count Currently selected date 3.
  • Page 38: Schedule Keeper

    The Schedule Keeper lets you input the time and a description of your appointment and set Schedule Alarms. Pressing REMINDER in the Schedule Keeper Mode enters the Reminder Mode for the date that is currently selected in the Schedule Keeper Mode. Pressing CALENDAR displays the month with the date cursor located at the Schedule Keeper date.
  • Page 39: To Input Schedule Keeper Data

    To jump to a specific date 1. In the initial Schedule Keeper Mode screen, move the date cursor to the date to which you want to jump. 2. Press ENTER. You can also go to a specific date selecting “Date search” (page 51) in the Function Menu which you can enter by pressing FUNCTION.
  • Page 40: Schedule Alarms

    8. After you finish inputting the start and end time, press J to move to the alarm time. Use K and L to select the alarm time type and input an alarm time, if necessary. While the alarm time is selected, pressing K and L selects one of three alarm types.
  • Page 41: Schedule Type Labels And Icons

    I Schedule Type Labels and Icons Schedule Keeper Mode data includes an icon and a schedule type label. Initially, schedule types are labelled “SCH TYPE 1” through “SCH TYPE 8”, and the initial default schedule type icon is To change schedule type labels and icons 1.
  • Page 42: Daily Schedule Screen

    I Daily Schedule Screen The daily schedule screen provides a quick overview of appointments scheduled for the day. Multiple-day appointment Normal appointment (includes time and description) You should use the daily schedule screen to input multiple-day appointments. To display the daily schedule screen 1.
  • Page 43: Reminder Mode

    The Reminder Mode helps you keep track of anniversaries, birthdays, and other important events. To enter the Reminder Mode Press REMINDER to display the initial Reminder Mode screen. Number of records stored in mode Memory usage Initial prompt Pressing REMINDER in the Calendar Mode or Schedule Keeper Mode enters the Reminder Mode for the date selected in the Calendar Mode or Schedule Keeper Mode.
  • Page 44: Reminder Alarms

    Note You must input a description. After that, you can skip any input by pressing ENTER without inputting anything. I Reminder Alarms When a Reminder Alarm time is reached, an alarm sounds for 20 seconds and the corresponding Reminder data appears on the display. Press any key to stop the alarm and return to the screen that was shown before the alarm began to sound.
  • Page 45: To Do Mode

    You can classify items according to priority, and even input a To Do message and icon. To enter the To Do Mode 1. Press TO DO to display the initial To Do Mode screen. Number of records stored in area Memory usage Initial prompt...
  • Page 46: Record Summary

    To change a file title 1. Use TO DO to display the initial screen of the To Do Mode file whose title you want to change. 2. Press FUNCTION and then select “File title”. 3. Input up to 13 characters for the title. 4.
  • Page 47: How To Do Data Is Sorted

    To display the record summary In the To Do Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Record summary”. Press ESC to return to your original To Do Mode display. I How To Do Data is Sorted To Do data is sorted into chronological order when it is stored in memory. I Priority Icons To Do Mode priorities are assigned icons that appear on the screen whenever you assign a priority.
  • Page 48: Expense Manager Mode

    Expense Manager Mode With the Expense Manager you can store expense data and produce a report that shows totals for any specific period. To enter the Expense Manager Mode 1. Press EXPENSE to display the initial Expense Manager Mode screen. Number of records stored in area Memory...
  • Page 49: Expense Type Labels And Icons

    9. Press H or J to toggle between “Yes” and “No”, and then press ENTER to advance to the note area. 10. Input any text you want as a memo. 11. While the cursor is in the note area, press ENTER to store all of the data. To change a file title 1.
  • Page 50: Payment Type Labels

    6. Use K, L, H and J to move the flashing cursor to the icon you want to use. 7. When the icon you want is selected press ENTER to register it and return to the expense type menu. 8. Press ENTER to store all your changes and return to the initial Expense Manager Mode display.
  • Page 51: Periodic Expense Report

    To set the exchange rate 1. Press EXPENSE to display the initial Expense Manager Mode screen. 2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Exchange rate”. Current setting 3. Input an exchange rate. The exchange rate can have an integer part up to 12 digits and a decimal part up to 12 digits.
  • Page 52: Searching For Data

    This section explains everything you need to know about searching for and recalling data. I Scroll Search Scroll search can be used in the Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, To Do, and Expense Manager modes. To recall data using scroll search 1.
  • Page 53: Wild Card Search

    I Wild Card Search Wild card search can be used in the Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, Reminder, and To Do modes. To recall data using wild card search 1. Enter the mode where you want to search for data. Wild card search can be started from the initial screen, the index display, or the data display.
  • Page 54: Editing Data

    The procedures described here can be used in the Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, Reminder, To Do, and Expense Manager modes. To edit data 1. Enter the mode that contains the data you want to edit, and recall the data (page 50).
  • Page 55: Deleting Data

    Use these procedures to delete data. I Deleting a Single Data Item This procedure can be used in the Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, Reminder, To Do, and Expense Manager modes. To delete a single data item 1. Enter the mode that contains the data you want to delete, and recall the data (page 50).
  • Page 56: Deleting Marked Data Items Only

    3. Use K and L to move the pointer to the file whose setting you want to change, and then use H and J to change the setting. Files set to “Yes” will be deleted, while those set to “No” will not. 4.
  • Page 57: Deleting All Data Items In Specific Modes

    To delete all marked data items 1. While the index display of the To Do or Expense Manager Mode is on the screen, press FUNCTION and then select “Delete marked records”. At this time the message “DELETE MARKED RECORDS (Y/N)?” appears. 2.
  • Page 58: Secret Function

    Your Digital Diary lets you protect data you store in the Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, Reminder, To Do, and Expense Manager modes (protected modes) with a password. To register a password 1. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Password”. At this time, “ENTER PASSWORD”...
  • Page 59 3. Press SHIFT FUNCTION and then select “Password”. 4. Select “Modify password”, which causes the currently registered password to appear. 5. Make any changes to the password you want, and then press ENTER to store the new password. To delete the password 1.
  • Page 60: Conversion Modes

    Your Digital Diary actually gives you two conversion modes, one for metric conver- sion and one for currency conversion. To enter the Conversion Modes 1. Press CONV/GAME to display the initial Unit Conversion Mode screen. Unit 2. Press CONV/GAME again to change to the Currency Conversion Mode (page 59) and display the initial Currency Conversion Mode screen.
  • Page 61: Metric Conversions

    I Metric Conversions All conversion values in this mode are preset and cannot be changed. inches — centimeters miles — kilometers knots — kilometers/h US tons — kilograms ounces — grams UK gallons — liters calories — joules Celsius — Fahrenheit To perform a metric conversion 1.
  • Page 62 3. Press FUNCTION to change to the editing screen. 4. Input up to five characters for the name of the first currency, and press ENTER. 5. Input up to five characters for the name of the second currency, and press ENTER.
  • Page 63: Game Modes

    The Game Modes give you a choice between poker and blackjack. To enter the Game Modes 1. Press SHIFT CONV/GAME to display the initial Poker Mode screen. Game over indicator Mode name You win indicator 2. Press M to change to the Blackjack Mode (page 63) and display the initial Blackjack screen.
  • Page 64 Type of Hand Royal Flush Straight Flush Four of a Kind Full House Flush Straight Three of a Kind Two Pair One Pair (Jacks or better) Note that no points are awarded for anything less than a pair of Jacks. The relative value of the cards is meaningless.
  • Page 65: Blackjack Game

    If you win, the “Win” indicator appears and the number of points based on your hand and the amount you bet are added to your point total (see the table). If you lose, the “Win” indicator does not appear and your point total remains unchanged.
  • Page 66 Type of Hand Double Down Blackjack Insurance Surrender (Fold) To play the blackjack game 1. Enter the Blackjack Mode. 2. Use B to declare the bet amount if you want. 3. Press H to start the game. Two cards are dealt to the player and one to the dealer. The “Hit”, “Stand”, and “Fold”...
  • Page 67: Calculator Mode

    The Calculator Mode provides you with all the tools you need to perform a variety of calculations throughout the day. It also includes a calculation editing feature that lets you recall the steps of a calculation and make changes. Number keys C/AC —...
  • Page 68 Press C/AC once to continue with the same calculation. If you want to clear the calculation and start again, press C/AC twice. To enter the Calculator Mode Press } to display the initial Calculator Mode screen. Example 1: 21 + 3 = 24 Example 2: 11 + 10% = 12.1...
  • Page 69 To use the calculation edit feature 1. After inputting a calculation, press DISP CHNG to change to the calculation edit screen. You can also display the calculation edit screen by pressing FUNCTION and then selecting “Edit calculation”. 2. Use K and L to scroll through the steps of the calculation. The Digital Diary stores up to 99 lines of a calculation for editing.
  • Page 70: Data Communications

    Data Communications You can transfer data between two CASIO SF-7100SY, SF-7200SY units, or between your Digital Diary and a personal computer. You can also transfer data between your Digital Diary and the following CASIO Digital Diary Models: SF-5590SY, SF-5790SY, SF-5990SY, SF-5590SYE, SF-5790SYE, SF-5990SYE, SF-6500SY, SF-6700SY, SF-6900SY units.
  • Page 71 Note The CASIO Data Communication Package may not be included with certain Digital Diary models. If your unit does not come with the Data Communication Package, contact your dealer about purchasing one. Please note that there are a number of different CASIO Data Communication Packages to suit various computers and Digital Diary types.
  • Page 72: Sending Data

    This message indicates that the unit is standing by to receive data. To abort the receive operation, press ESC. This procedure is the same regardless of whether data is being received from another Digital Diary unit or from a personal computer. I Sending Data This section tells you how to operate the Digital Diary to send data to another unit or to a personal computer.
  • Page 73 To send one data item 1. Display the data display (page 28) of the item you want to send. 2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Send record”. 3. Input a number 1 or 2 to select the model to which you want to send the data. A message appears asking if you are ready to send.
  • Page 74: Sending All Data Items In A Mode

    To send Calendar data (highlights) 1. In the Calendar Mode, press FUNCTION and then select “Send (Holidays)”. 2. Input a number 1 or 2 to select the model to which you want to send the data. A message appears asking if you are ready to send. 3.
  • Page 75: Data Synchronization

    To send all data items from a single file mode (Schedule Keeper, Reminder) 1. Display the initial screen of the mode that contains the data you want to send. 2. Press FUNCTION and then select “Send all records”. 3. Input a number 1 or 2 to select the model to which you want to send the data. At this time the message “READY TO SEND (Y/N)?”...
  • Page 76: Technical Appendix

    I Memory Capacity Memory capacity differs according to model. Model Memory SF-7100SY: 1M byte SF-7200SY: 2M bytes The following shows the number of items that can be stored in each model. Telephone Directory 8-character name, 10-character Phone 1 number SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY: 17,600/37,800...
  • Page 77: How The Digital Diary Sorts Data

    I How the Digital Diary sorts data Sorting Sequence The following table shows the sequence used for sorting data in the Telephone Directory Mode. (space) ” & ’ – < > Ç ü é â – 75 – ä à å...
  • Page 78: Error Messages

    11, and continue with the procedure under “When to press Y for “yes”” on page 11. If you still have trouble after trying the RESET operation, you may have a hardware problem. If so, consult with your nearest CASIO dealer. I Message Table Message NOT FOUND! PRESS ESC TO QUIT.
  • Page 79 DATA COMM. ERROR, PRESS ANY KEY. DATA SYNC. ERROR, PRESS ANY KEY. THE RESET OPERA- TION DELETES ALL DATA IN MEMORY! DO YOU WANT TO CONTINUE (Y/N)? THE NEXT STEP STARTS DATA DELETION AND UNIT RESET! DO YOU WANT TO CONTINUE? YES (ENTER)/NO (ESC) THE UNIT IS BEING INI- TIALIZED.
  • Page 80: Specifications

    I Specifications Model: SF-7100SY/SF-7200SY Main Modes: Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, To Do, Expense Manager, Reminder, Calendar, Home Time, World Time, Calculator, Conversion (metric/currency) and Game (Poker/Blackjack) Data storage: Storage and recall of telephone, memo, schedule, to do, expense, reminder data;...
  • Page 81 Battery life: Main: Approximately 240 hours of continuous display only in Telephone Directory Mode. Approximately 140 hours with 55 minutes of continuous display only and 5 minutes of processing operation per hour. Approximately 120 hours with 55 minutes of continuous display only and 5 minutes of processing operation per hour, plus 3 minutes of backlight operation per hour during continuous display only period.
  • Page 82 CASIO ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. Unit 6, 1000 North Circular Road London NW2 7JD, U.K.
  • Page 83 CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. 6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan MO9905-A Printed in China...

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