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Chapter 1
Using the StarTAC Clip-On Mobile Organizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Getting started with the Setup Wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 2
Using the StarTAC Clip-On's call memory . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing views. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sorting cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the telephone number display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing your Contacts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing views (Daily, Weekly, Monthly) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using reminder alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing your Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using To Do Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking off completed items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating To Do items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Memos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating QuickNotes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Time Zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing cities and time zones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Understanding time zones and travel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Synchronizing with the Clip-On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  Summary of Contents for Motorola STARTAC CLIPON

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Using the StarTAC Clip-On’s call memory ... . . Using Contacts ......
  • Page 2 Installing new batteries ......Product care .......
  • Page 3 Creating a cardfile ......Adding cards .......
  • Page 4 Using the Printing options ......Calendar printing ......
  • Page 5: Introduction

    StarTAC Clip-On enables you to store, view, and edit thousands of names, numbers, appointments, notes, and tasks in a space smaller than the average wallet. To dial a number, select a contact on your Clip-On and press the Call button. The Clip-On promptly dials the number for you.
  • Page 6 Starfish updates its synchronization accessors frequently, to ensure that customers can synchronize with the most recent releases of popular software organizers and devices. For all the latest Starfish news, visit www.starfish.com. Introduction...
  • Page 7: Getting Started

    Getting started Chapter 1 Using the StarTAC Clip-On Mobile Organizer This chapter describes the special features of the StarTAC Clip-On. To turn on the Clip-On, press any of the seven keys described in the table below. Icon Name Description Press Home to go up one level; press and hold again to return to the main (Home) screen.Press...
  • Page 8: Getting Started With The Setup Wizard

    For example, in the Welcome screen of the Setup Wizard, shown below, the status icons tell you to press the Home key to exit the Setup Wizard, or the Next/Down key to continue.
  • Page 9 These lists will be updated as you enter new information. You can change your profile later in the TrueSync Desktop software. For details, refer to the TrueSync Desktop help system. Press the Select key to enter your choice.
  • Page 10 View key. To return to letters, press the View key again. When your first name is spelled correctly, press the Edit key. Now enter your last name, using the keys described previously. When your last name is spelled correctly, press the Edit key.
  • Page 11 Select key when you have finished. The next screen shows a summary of your settings. If they are correct, press the Next/Down key to continue. Now press the Select key, and you are ready to start using the StarTAC Clip-On. Getting started...
  • Page 12 Chapter 1...
  • Page 13: About The Startac Clip-On Organizer

    To cancel a call (for example, if you receive a busy signal or the phone rings numerous times without a response), press End on the telephone or close the phone. Using the StarTAC Clip-On’s call memory...
  • Page 14: Using Contacts

    Select key. Changing views You will see a cardfile name or “All Cards” at the top right of the screen. “All” means that you are viewing all the cardfiles that were synchronized. (If you have only one cardfile category or the Contacts modules does not contain any cardfiles, “All”...
  • Page 15: Sorting Cards

    If the contents of a cardfile field are too long to display, you will see three dots (...) at the end of the text to indicate that additional information can be viewed. To view the entire field if it is a number, highlight the number, and press the Select key.
  • Page 16: Editing Your Contacts

    1 In the Contacts module, use the Up or Down key and the Select key to go to a specific lettered tab. 2 Press the Select key, and then use the Up or Down key to highlight a specific card. Press Select again to view its details.
  • Page 17 “Company in Contacts” use the Up or Down key to scroll through the alphabetical tabs of a cardfile. You can use the Select key, and then the Up or Down key, to go to a specific lettered tab. Press the Select key, and then use the Up or Down key, to go to the card for the company.
  • Page 18 2 Choose meeting or call from the menu, and press the Select key. 3 Next, select a meeting date (or a due date for a call). If you choose “Specific Date,” use the next Wizard screen to choose the month, date, and year. Use the Up or Down key to scroll through each field;...
  • Page 19: Using The Calendar

    4 If you are setting up a meeting, after you enter the date, enter a meeting time. Then enter the End time. 5 You also have the option of choosing a reminder for a meeting. 6 The Summary screen will then conclude this task. If you view the Summary screen and want to make a change, press the Home key.
  • Page 20: Editing Your Calendar

    Contacts, use the Up or Down key to scroll through the alphabetical tabs of a cardfile. You can use the Select key, and then the Up or Down key, to go to a specific lettered tab. Press the Select key, and then use the Up or Down key, to go to the card for the participant whom you want to add.
  • Page 21 6 To confirm the participant, press the Down key. 7 Next, select the event date with the Up or Down key. Use the Select key to tab from the month to the day to the year. Press the Select key again when the date is correct. If you are creating an event with a time, you will also need to select the start and end times.
  • Page 22: Using To Do Lists

    1 From the Home screen, highlight the To Do icon, and press the Select key. 2 You will see a list of your To Do items. Highlight a To Do item, and press the Select key, to see the details of that item.
  • Page 23: Checking Off Completed Items

    Checking off completed items You can check off a To Do item as completed. Then, when you synchronize to your desktop application, your To Do item will be checked off there as well. To check off completed To Do items: 1 Highlight the item by pressing the Up or Down key, and then press the Select key to move to the Details of that item.
  • Page 24 Edit key or the Up key. 8 At the Summary screen, press the Select key to enter your new To Do item. Press the Up key if you want to return to a previous Wizard screen.
  • Page 25: Using Memos

    Select key. A list of your Memos, including your QuickNotes, will appear. Highlight an item, and then press the Select key to read it, using the Up or Down key to scroll. Press the Home key to return to the Memos list.
  • Page 26: Using Time Zones

    3 Use the Up and Down keys to move from letter to letter. Press the Select key after each letter that you want to enter. Press the View key to change to Numbers, and to return to Letters.
  • Page 27: Changing Cities And Time Zones

    1 Move from the Home Clock to the World Clock by using the Up or Down key. 2 Press the Select key to change to a different city or time zone. 3 Use the Up or Down key to highlight your new choice, and press the Select key.
  • Page 28: Using Alarms

    To activate or change an alarm: ‹ In the Set Clock screen, use the Up or Down key to move from Alarm to Alarm Time. When you have highlighted the field that you want to change, press the Select key.
  • Page 29 2 When the field that you want to change is highlighted, press the Select key. You can then use the Up or Down key to scroll through the list. When the choice that you desire is highlighted, press the Select key.
  • Page 30: Synchronizing With The Clip-On

    When you set a password, the Password Lock option changes to Always. To view the device information: 1 Press the View key in the Preferences module, and highlight Device Information in the menu. Press the Select key. 2 You can now view details about your Clip-On. Press the View key, and use the menu to return to the Preferences screen, or to set your clock or password.
  • Page 31: Setup And Product Care

    To connect the Clip-On to your telephone: 1 The Clip-On uses the auxiliary battery connector on the back of the phone. Insert the spring clip on top of the Clip- On into the connector, and pull it down (the clip is spring- loaded).
  • Page 32: Installing New Batteries

    3 Apply light pressure to ensure that it is firmly attached. To remove the Clip-On: 1 Pull the device down and away from the phone. 2 Lift the device’s hook out of the slot on the back of the phone. NOTE...
  • Page 33: Product Care

    Product care If the screen of the Clip-On becomes smudged or dusty, apply eyeglass cleaning fluid or isopropyl alcohol to a clean cloth and gently wipe the screen clean. Setup and product care...
  • Page 34 Chapter 3...
  • Page 35: Truesync Desktop And Truesync Plus

    Both software programs accompany your purchase. You can import your data from another PIM into TrueSync Desktop, and then synchronize using TrueSync Desktop. Or, if you prefer to synchronize directly from another PIM such as Outlook, you can use TrueSync Plus.
  • Page 36: Requirements

    Installing the product As with any product, Starfish recommends backing up your data files before installation and periodically as you continue to use the product. For help backing up your data, please visit the Starfish Web site: http://www.starfish.com/service/backup/ Upgrade information...
  • Page 37: The Readme File

    5 At the “Install Program From Floppy Disk or CD-ROM” screen, click the Next button. 6 If necessary, use the Browse button to locate the program SETUP.EXE on the CD-ROM. 7 To begin the installation, click the Finish button, or click SETUP.EXE and then click the Open button.
  • Page 38: Uninstalling Your Product

    3 Choose TrueSync Desktop or TrueSync Plus from the listed applications. 4 Click the Add/Remove button. 5 Click the Yes button. 6 Back up any data you want to keep, and then delete the TrueSync folder (usually Program Files\Starfish\TrueSync). 7 Restart Windows. Starting TrueSync Desktop...
  • Page 39: Starting Truesync Plus

    Using online help Both TrueSync Desktop and TrueSync Plus include detailed online help systems. To open Help, press F1 , or choose Help | Topics. For more information For technical support and ordering help, refer to the Readme file (see ”The Readme file”...
  • Page 40 Chapter 4...
  • Page 41: Synchronizing

    If you are using TrueSync Desktop, click the TrueSync icon on the Deskpad or choose View | TrueSync. To establish which data to synchronize, you will then use the TrueSync Setup Wizard to select your synchronization options, as explained in the next section, “Setting up...
  • Page 42: Using The Truesync Setup Wizard

    6 If you use a service, you may be asked whether you want to synchronize with that service. 7 Depending on the service you chose in step 6, you may need to enter the service ID, password, and connection method.
  • Page 43 12 Specify the Memos files or folders you want to synchronize. 13 Specify the To Do list files or folders you want to synchronize. 14 When you are satisfied with your selections, click Finish to display the TrueSync window. You can change your...
  • Page 44: Synchronizing

    Options Synchronization Synchronizing When you perform the first synchronization between two clients, it is recommended that you overwrite the data in one of the clients to avoid duplicate records. To learn how, see “Changing synchronization options” on page To synchronize: 1 Connect your device to your computer.
  • Page 45: Changing The Truesync Setup

    To add a client to your configuration: Add a client to your configuration using the Client | Add menu option. You will be prompted to specify details about each client, such as which folders or categories to synchronize.
  • Page 46: Changing Synchronization Options

    To change how a client will be synchronized: Choose Client | <clientname> options to display the client’s Options Page. Use this page to specify how the client’s data will be synchronized. For details about the synchronization options, click the Help button on the Options Page.
  • Page 47: Selecting Files, Folders, Or Categories

    2 Click in the same row under the other client. A down arrow displays at the right of the column. 3 Click the down arrow to open a list of item choices on that client. 4 Click on your choice from the list: Each client’s column lists the files,...
  • Page 48: Selecting And Mapping Contacts Fields

    This option lets you map each pair of fields. To change mapping, click a field, click the down arrow at the right, and select the new mapping from the drop-down list. To save space on your device, unmap any fields you do not normally use. Changing your preferences To change the preferences for any client, choose Client | <clientname>...
  • Page 49: Using Quicklists

    Select Synchronize | Options to specify how TrueSync displays Log entries. Click the Help button for details. To get help on error messages, highlight an error and click F1 . Setting up multiple users If you use more than one synchronization configuration, or if more than one person uses the same computer to synchronize, set up an additional user to define each configuration.
  • Page 50 The current username is indicated on the TrueSync window title bar. To modify the settings for a user: You can modify the synchronization settings for any user by selecting the user, and changing the settings as described in “Changing the TrueSync setup” on page 45 “Changing...
  • Page 51: Truesync Desktop

    TrueSync Desktop Chapter 6 Using TrueSync Desktop’s features The following illustration shows the Calendar view and identifies the features common to most Desktop views. Highlight any Click buttons on the Toolbar to command on the perform tasks quickly, without menu bar and using the menus.
  • Page 52: Shortcut Menus

    Customizing the Toolbar To customize the buttons on the Toolbar in the Calendar or Memos view, choose Tools | Preferences | Toolbar; in the Contacts view, choose Tools | Toolbar; or double-click any open space on the Toolbar.
  • Page 53 Memos and Calendar views for overall TrueSync Desktop preferences. Choose Click Password at where you Start-Up and set a want the Start-up password Deskpad so that only icons. someone with the password can open Change the TrueSync Desktop.
  • Page 54 Chapter 6...
  • Page 55: Truesync Desktop: Calendar View

    To Do items and phone calls. To change to the Calendar view, click the Calendar icon on the Deskpad, press F6 , or choose View | Calendar. TrueSync Desktop: Calendar view...
  • Page 56: Viewing Your Calendar

    The following figure illustrates the Calendar Daily view. A magnified view of the Toolbar is shown below. Change the Local Time with the Time Zone drop- down list. The Events pane shows all the scheduled events for today. Special days and...
  • Page 57: Selecting Dates In The Daily View

    Calendar icon once returns you to the previous view, and clicking it a second time goes to today. Selecting dates in the Daily view In the Daily view, the selected date is highlighted in the mini- calendar. Change to the...
  • Page 58: The Yearly View

    Daily view. Drag the mouse over a range of dates to schedule multi-day events. Scheduling events Enter your appointments and scheduled events on the Events list. You can have a maximum of 288 events scheduled Chapter 7...
  • Page 59: When You Travel: Changing Time Zones

    New York time, whether those events are in New York or elsewhere. Thus an event you need to attend in New York at 10 a.m. will appear at 10 a.m. on your TrueSync Desktop: Calendar view...
  • Page 60: Entering To Do Items And Calls

    Local Time you chose on the desktop. Entering To Do items and calls To create a new To Do item or Call, click any blank line in the To Do or Calls panes and begin typing. When you begin typing, TrueSync Desktop places an icon in front of the text.
  • Page 61: Truesync Desktop: Contacts View

    View | Contacts, or press F5 . Cardfile basics In the left pane of the Contacts view is the card list, your visual index to the cards in the active cardfile—the cardfile whose tab is selected. In the right pane is the current card in the cardfile, which you can edit directly.
  • Page 62: Creating A Cardfile

    Creating a cardfile When you create a cardfile, first decide what fields you want on each card. You can create all these fields yourself, or you can use a template—an empty cardfile that already has fields in place. If you select a template, you can customize it, keeping some or all of its fields and adding your own.
  • Page 63: Adding Cards

    Adding cards To add a card to the cardfile, choose Cards | Add, or click the Add New Card button on the Toolbar. The Add Card dialog box appears with a list of the fields that are set up in the cardfile.
  • Page 64 Chapter 8...
  • Page 65: Truesync Desktop: Memos View

    Using the Memos view The Memos view lets you create memos, organize them in folders, and save them as files. You can apply formatting to your memos, and you can even create memos to merge with names from a cardfile.
  • Page 66: Memo Files, Folders, And Memos

    Bold View Memo files, folders, and memos Memo files help you organize your memos by topic. A Memo file can contain many folders, and each folder contains one or more memos. Folders in an open Memo file are identified by tabs at the bottom of the Memos screen.
  • Page 67: Creating Memos

    Creating memos To create a memo 1 Click the tab of the folder into which you want to place the memo. 2 Click the Add New Memo button or choose Memos | Memo | Add.
  • Page 68 If you do not see the ruler below the Subject, choose View | Ruler. Drag to change the Drag to change the Drag to left margin for the left margin after the change the first line of a first line of a right margin.
  • Page 69: Truesync Desktop: Earthtime View

    You can use EarthTime to calculate the difference in time between two locations, and you can configure it to show both your home location and the local time as you travel. To open EarthTime, click the EarthTime icon in the Deskpad or choose View | EarthTime.
  • Page 70: Selecting Cities

    Selecting cities To change one of the displayed cities: Click the panel containing the city you want to change. 1 Click the city panel EarthTime and choose Select has a a Different City...
  • Page 71: Changing The Local Time

    To change the Local Time when you change time zones: 1 Set one of the eight city panels to display the local city. 2 Click the panel containing the local city and click Set as Local Time from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 72 Chapter 10...
  • Page 73: Truesync Desktop: Printing

    Using the Printing options You can print from the Contacts, Calendar, or Memos views to a variety of formats, using either preprinted or customized forms. Preview your output before you print it to save time and materials. Calendar printing Select from a variety of formats for printing calendar activities, including TrueSync Desktop’s daily, weekly, monthly, and...
  • Page 74: Printing In The Daily Format

    Printing in Contacts view You can print individual or several cards in the Contacts view. To print one or more cards, choose File | Print | Cards, or click the Print button on the Contacts Toolbar. You can specify how many cards to print per page.
  • Page 75: Printing Labels, Address Book Pages, And Envelopes

    Once you have specified the information in the four steps, click Preview to see the result. Click Print when you are ready to print. TrueSync Desktop: Printing...
  • Page 76: Printing In The Memos View

    Print button on the Memos Toolbar. The Print Memos dialog box appears. You can print a single memo, all of the memos filed in specific folders, selected memos, marked memos, or, after a search operation, memos listed in the Found window.
  • Page 77: Index

    EarthTime locations fonts memo margins print settings batteries synchronization options removing and installing time zones battery icon To Do items and Calls buttons (Toolbar) Toolbar buttons changing TrueSync Desktop removing changing cities changing time zones changing your password cable...
  • Page 78 Contacts icons ending a call creating ending times, events cardfiles entering text events envelope icon memos envelopes To Do items and Calls events creating Contacts canceling creating creating events creating QuickNotes maximum scheduled creating To Do items overlapping customizing...
  • Page 79 Toolbars viewing index cards, printing Index View, memos installation new batteries requirements new Contacts upgrading new events installing batteries notebook icon international time zones online help keys opening Calendar Contact cardfiles labels EarthTime lettered tabs Memos view letters organizing Local Time...
  • Page 80 TrueSync Desktop starting TrueSync Desktop reminder alarms starting TrueSync Plus removing batteries start-up password removing Contacts Status bar removing To Do items status bar rescheduling Do items synchronization rescheduling events resetting EarthTime clocks options, changing re-sorting cards setting up...
  • Page 81 TrueSync Plus turning off alarms uninstalling TrueSync Desktop Up key View key viewing multi-day events special days time zones viewing events viewing To Do items views Calendar common features Contacts customizing EarthTime Memos Index...

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