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CASSIOPEIA
User's Guide
Your CASSIOPEIA comes with a Hardware Manual in addition to
this CASSIOPEIA User's Guide. Be sure to read the Hardware
Manual first.
Before using your CASSIOPEIA for the first time, carefully read the
Safety Precautions in the Hardware Manual.
Keep this CASSIOPEIA User's Guide on hand for reference whenever
using your CASSIOPEIA.
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    CASSIOPEIA User’s Guide Your CASSIOPEIA comes with a Hardware Manual in addition to this CASSIOPEIA User’s Guide. Be sure to read the Hardware Manual first. Before using your CASSIOPEIA for the first time, carefully read the Safety Precautions in the Hardware Manual. Keep this CASSIOPEIA User’s Guide on hand for reference whenever using your CASSIOPEIA.

  • Page 2: Resetting The Cassiopeia

    • 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 that may arise through the use of this product.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Getting Started ............8 1-1 Starting Up Your CASSIOPEIA ..............8 To start up your CASSIOPEIA ............. 8 1-2 Programs ...................... 9 Starting Up Programs Using the Icon Menu ........10 1-3 Top Menu ....................11 To start up a program from the Top Menu .......... 11 Uninstalling Programs .................

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    2-2-2 Viewing Calendar data ..............36 Daily View ................... 36 Weekly View ..................37 3-Month View ..................39 2-2-3 Making Calendar Settings ..............40 Coloring a Date ................... 40 Setting a Reminder Alarm ..............42 2-3 Contacts ..................... 43 2-3-1 Inputting Contacts Data ..............43 Inputting New Data ................

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    3-4 Internet ....................... 93 Using the Browser Screen ..............93 Configuring Internet Program Properties ..........95 Displaying a Web Page ................ 96 Using Bookmarks ................97 Managing Your Bookmarks ..............98 Saving a Web Page ................101 Managing Saved Pages ..............102 Saving Web Page Graphic Elements ..........

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    Displaying the File Properties of a Movie ........124 Making Playback Speed and Repeat Settings ........125 Adjusting Playback Screen Brightness ..........125 4-3 Music Player .................... 126 Playback Screen Operations .............. 126 Controlling Playback Using CASSIOPEIA Buttons ......127 Using Repeat ..................

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    If you run out of CASSIOPEIA memory .......... 160 Screen freezes or responds slowly ............. 160 Screen is blank .................. 161 Screen is dark ..................161 Inaccurate response to stylus taps ............. 161 Slow or no response ................161 Modem connection problems ............161 Network connection problems ............

  • Page 8: Chapter 1 Getting Started

    Chapter 1 Getting Started 1-1 Starting Up Your CASSIOPEIA NOTE When you start up your CASSIOPEIA for the first time, you must perform an Initial Setup procedure to configure the system. See the separate Hardware Manual for details about the initial setup procedure.

  • Page 9: Programs

    Music Player Playing MP3 files Movie Player Playing CMF (CASIO Movie File) movie files Displaying the contents of main memory and storage card File Manager files, and performing various other file operations • See PC Connect online help for information about how to install the above programs.

  • Page 10: Starting Up Programs Using The Icon Menu

    About “myCasio introduction” Tapping on the Top Menu displays a “myCasio introduction” screen that describes a portal for a wide range of contents services. In order to use myCasio, you must first register as a user from your computer. For details, visit “http://www.mycasio.com”. Starting Up Programs Using the Icon Menu You can start up certain programs by tapping their icons in the icon menu located under the CASSIOPEIA display screen.

  • Page 11: Top Menu

    1-3 Top Menu Press the Top Menu button to display the Top Menu. You can use the Top Menu to perform the following operations. • Start up programs • Uninstall programs • Assign a program to the icon menu The Main tab shows The Card tab shows programs in main programs on the storage...

  • Page 12: Assigning A Program To The Icon Menu

    NOTE • If you later need a program, you can re-install it from the bundled CD-ROM. See PC Connect online help for more information. Assigning a Program to the Icon Menu You can use the following procedure to assign a program to the far right icon menu icon. To assign a program to the icon menu 1.

  • Page 13: Common Program Operations

    1-4 Common Program Operations This section describes operations that are common to all programs. System Tray The System tray is always on the display, below the CASSIOPEIA touch screen. (3) (4) (1) Program Status Indicators • These icons show the status of any programs you currently have running. This area can show up to 30 icons at one time.

  • Page 14: Using The Command Bar

    (2) System Status Indicators These icons provide information about the system. Tapping an icon displays one of the setting screens described below. This icon: Means this: And displays this screen when tapped: The card slot contains a card. This icon appears when the PC Card CF Slot Information dialog box Unit is attached to your CASSIOPEIA.

  • Page 15: Inputting Text

    1-5 Inputting Text Use one of the on-screen input panels to input text. There are two types of input panels: a keyboard and a character recognizer. Keyboard: Tap the keys of the onscreen keyboard to input text. Character Recognizer: Use the stylus to write characters on the touch screen.

  • Page 16: Typing With The Keyboard

    NOTE • The currently selected input panel appears automatically whenever you encounter a situation that requires text input. You can temporarily hide the input panel and view the screen beneath it by tapping the input panel button. Typing with the Keyboard To type with the on-screen keyboard, tap the input panel switch and select Keyboard.

  • Page 17: Writing With Character Recognizer

    Writing with Character Recognizer Your CASSIOPEIA comes with character recognition software that lets you write characters by hand. Character Recognizer supports word-by-word, non-cursive handwriting. To write using the character recognizer, tap the input panel switch and select Character Recognizer. Write in the designated input area in the lower part of the screen.

  • Page 18: Creating A New Freehand Document

    Starting up Notes displays a list screen like the one shown below. Tap to display a screen for Tap to display a screen for creating creating a new freehand a new typed text document. text document. Tap to return to the Top Menu.

  • Page 19: Creating A New Text Document

    NOTE • If you want to change the name of a document or move it to another location (in main memory or on a card), tap Edit L → Rename/Move. See “Naming a Document” on page 20 for more information. Creating a New Text Document Perform the steps below to create a new text document.

  • Page 20: Creating A New E-mail Message Using A Text Document

    3. After everything is the way you want, tap to save your document and return to the list screen. • Notes automatically assigns a name to the new document. NOTE • If you want to change the name of a document or move it to another location (in main memory or on a card), tap Edit L →...

  • Page 21: Using The List Screen

    2. Type the name you want to give to the document in the Name box. • If you do not specify a file name, Notes will assign a name automatically. 3. Tap the Location box L button and select a storage location from the menu that appears. •...

  • Page 22: Renaming And Moving Documents

    Renaming and Moving Documents You can use the Rename/Move dialog box to both rename and move a document. To rename or move a document 1. On the list screen, tap the name of the document you want to rename or move to select it. 2.

  • Page 23: Using Clock

    1-7 Using Clock You can display the Clock screen by tapping Clock on the Top Menu (page 11) or by tapping the clock on the System Tray (page 13). You can perform the following operations with the Clock program. • You can make time and date settings, which are used by the CASSIOPEIA system. •...

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    To make Clock settings 1. Display the Clock screen. 2. Select either Home City or Destination City. • Tap the button next to Home City or Destination city to select it. 3. Tap Time setting. • This displays the setting screen for the city you selected in step 2. 4.

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    To set an alarm 1. Display the Clock screen. 2. Tap Alarm. • This displays the alarm setting screen. 3. Make the settings you want. Select Once if you want the alarm to sound only once, or Everyday to have the alarm sound at the same time every day. Select this option if you want the alarm sound to be played when the...

  • Page 26: Specifying The Date And Time Formats

    Specifying the Date and Time Formats The date and time formats you specify with the following procedure are used on setting screens, programs (Calendar, etc.), and any other operation that uses a date or time. To set the date and time formats 1.

  • Page 27: Using Calculator

    1-8 Using Calculator Calculator provides you basic arithmetic, percent, and square root calculation capabilities. To display the Calculator screen, tap Calculator on the Top Menu (page 11). Calculator screen Key Functions When you want to do this: Use: Input values The number keys !, @, #, $ Input arithmetic operations...

  • Page 28: Using The Copy Key

    Using the COPY Key Tapping the COPY key copies the calculation result on the calculator screen to the clipboard. You can then paste the copied result into any program that supports pasting (Notes, Mail, etc.) Exiting Calculator Tap the icon in the upper right corner of the Calculator screen to exit the calculator. About Calculation Errors An error indicator appears on the display and further calculation becomes impossible whenever an error occurs.

  • Page 29: Calculation Examples

    Calculation Examples The following shows a number of examples that illustrate how to use Calculator. 53 + 123 – 63 = 113. > 963 × (23 – 56) = < > –31’779. (56 × 3 – 89) ÷ 5.2 + 63 = <...

  • Page 30: Chapter 2 Using The Pim Programs

    Chapter 2 Using the PIM Programs 2-1 What is a PIM program? The letters “PIM” stand for “Personal Information Manager,” which is a collection of programs that help keep your personal information in order. Your CASSIOPEIA comes with Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks PIM programs built in. Calendar ...

  • Page 31: Calendar

    2-2 Calendar Calendar is a program for managing your appointments. Information about appointments, meetings, and other commitments you input into Calendar, can be displayed in a variety of different formats. You can even set alarms to keep you reminded of appointments. Daily View Weekly View You can view Calendar data using a Daily View, Weekly View, or 3-Month View.

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    3. Input the date and description of the appointment. Times ....The upper time is the start time, while the lower time is the end time of the appointment. You can specify a date using the calendar that appears when you tap a date L button, or you can input a date into a box.

  • Page 33: Editing A Repeat Pattern

    Show time as Data Color Free Turquoise Tentative Pink Busy Blue Out of Office Green • An appointment for which the Private option is selected is always displayed in red. Editing a Repeat Pattern You can use the Repeat box to specify an appointment that repeats on the same day of the week each week, on the same day of month each month, etc.

  • Page 34: Editing Appointments

    3. After you are finished making the settings you want, tap Finish. • This returns to the appointment input screen. Editing Appointments This section describes how to edit and delete existing Calendar data. It also explains how to cut, copy, and paste existing data. To edit an appointment 1.

  • Page 35: Transferring Calendar Data To Another Program

    To cut and paste an appointment 1. On the Daily View or Weekly View screen, tap the appointment you want to cut so it is highlighted (selected). 2. Tap Edit L → Cut to cut the appointment and place it onto the clipboard. 3.

  • Page 36: Viewing Calendar Data

    Transferring Calendar Data to Mail 1. On the appointment input screen, tap Send to L → Mail. • This starts up Mail and displays a message editing screen with text document elements assigned as shown below. Calendar Mail → Description Subject Description Start Date...

  • Page 37: Weekly View

    Daily View Operations • Tapping a date in the calendar selects that date and displays its Calendar data. • Tap the button above the calendar to change to the previous month’s calendar, or change to the next month’s calendar. • Tap for the Weekly view or for the 3-Month view.

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    Weekly View Operations • Tapping a date selects it. • Tap the button to change to the previous week or to change to the next week. • Double-tap an appointment’s data to display an editing screen for that appointment. • Tap for the Daily view or for the 3-Month view.

  • Page 39: 3-month View

    Switching the Time between 12-hour and 24-hour Formats You can switch between 12-hour and 24-hour timekeeping using Clock (see “1-7 Using Clock” on page 23). The setting you select affects the time and timetable display on the Calendar Weekly View as shown below. •...

  • Page 40: Making Calendar Settings

    2-2-3 Making Calendar Settings This section describes the settings you can make with Calendar. Coloring a Date You can use seven colors to color dates on the Daily View and 3-Month View screens. You can color a single date by tapping it, or a series of dates by dragging the stylus across them on a calendar.

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    To restore date color defaults for a specific period 1. From the 3-Month date color setting dialog box, tap All Reset to display the All Reset dialog box. 2. Specify the start month and end month of the period for which you want to restore date color defaults.

  • Page 42: Setting A Reminder Alarm

    2. Select either Sunday or Monday as the first day of the week. 3. After making the setting you want, tap to apply your selection and close the dialog box. Setting a Reminder Alarm Reminder alarms help to ensure that you do not miss important appointments. 1.

  • Page 43: Contacts

    2-3 Contacts Contacts is the place where you can store the names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses and other information about friends, acquaintances, and family members. You can view Contacts records using either a list screen or a detailed data screen. List screen Data screen 2-3-1 Inputting Contacts Data...

  • Page 44: Editing Contacts Data

    4. To assign the record to a category, scroll the screen down, tap Categories and then select a category from the list that appears. Later you will be able to display records grouped by their categories. 5. If you want to input note text, tap Notes to display the note text input screen. •...

  • Page 45: Viewing Contacts Data

    2-3-2 Viewing Contacts Data You can view Contacts records using either a list screen or a data screen. List Screen The list screen provides an abbreviated list of Contacts records. The records that appear depend on the category or categories that are specified. This Notes icon is shown when the currently selected record includes data in its Notes field.

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    2. Tap the category whose records you want to view. • This displays the contents of the category you select in the list screen. • If you want to display the records for more than one category, tap Multiple Categories. This causes a dialog box like the one shown here to appear.

  • Page 47: Data Screen

    Data Screen The data screen shows the details of each Contacts record. You can transfer data from the Contacts data screen to Mail as e-mail text, or to Notes as a text document. To display the data screen On the list screen, double-tap the Contacts record whose data screen you want to view. Tap to return to the list screen.

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    To search for text 1. On the list screen or data screen, input the text you want to find in the text box at the top of the screen. Input the text you want to find here. Tapping L displays a list of the last 10 text strings you recently searched for.

  • Page 49: Tasks

    2-4 Tasks Tasks is a program that helps to keep you reminded of things you need to do. Starting up Tasks displays a list screen like the one shown below. Tap to display online help. Tap to display a new task input screen.

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    NOTE • To close the task input screen without saving the data you input, tap Edit L→ Cancel. This saves the task and returns to the list screen. To check and uncheck a task You can use the Tasks list screen to check a task after you perform it. Tap a check box to toggle it between being checked and unchecked.

  • Page 51: Transferring Tasks Data To Another Program

    NOTE • The confirmation message shown below appears when you perform step 2 of the above operation when the task you selected is a recurrent task. Tap Yes to delete all of the tasks in the recurrent series, or No to delete only the currently scheduled task of the series.

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    To transfer Tasks data to Mail 1. On the Tasks list screen, tap the task you want to transfer. 2. Tap Send to L → Mail. • This starts up Mail and displays a message editing screen with task elements assigned as shown below.

  • Page 53: Chapter 3 Using The Internet

    Chapter 3 Using the Internet 3-1 Introduction CASSIOPEIA Internet Functions Your CASSIOPEIA comes with three programs that let you perform data communication over the Internet. Internet ....This Web browser program makes it possible for you to visit Websites on the Internet.

  • Page 54: Connections

    3-2 Connections Connections is a program that lets you configure various settings to enable data communication between your CASSIOPEIA and a computer. You can use Connections to configure the following settings. • Parameters (including mail server parameters) for connecting to the Internet using dial-up connection and LAN connections •...

  • Page 55: Configuring A Dial-up Connection

    Configuring a Dial-up Connection Basically, you configure a dial-up setup by inputting information given to you by your Internet Service Provider. Make sure you get the following information from your provider. Telephone number ..This is the phone number you need to dial to connect to your provider’s computer.

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    To configure a dial-up connection setup NOTE With some data communication or modem cards, you need to insert the card into the CASSIOPEIA’s card slot before you perform the steps below. For details, see the instructions that come with the card you are using. 1.

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    3. After you are finished, tap • This displays a screen for configuring the access point setup. Input the access point phone number, and your connection ID and password as supplied to you by your provider. You can tap here to display a screen for configuring the number of tries when dialing, security protocol, and IP address.

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    5. After you are finished, tap • This displays a screen for configuring your mail account setup. Input information supplied by your provider. Input the name you want to be displayed along with your mail address in outgoing mail. Mail account setup 1 screen 6.

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    7. After you are finished, tap • This displays a screen for configuring you Web browser settings. If your connection uses a proxy server for Web browsing, select this option and input the required information below. Check with your service provider for information about whether or not you can use a proxy server.

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    Configuring Advanced Dial-Up Settings The following procedure describes how to configure advanced settings that appear when you tap the Advanced settings button on the Access Point Setup screen (page 57). 1. On the Access Point Setup screen, tap Advanced Settings. Use these settings to specify the number of tries and the interval between tries when a connection fails because your access point line is busy.

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    Testing a Dial-up Connection Setup Perform the following steps to test a connection setup you created using the procedure under “To configure a dial-up connection setup”. 1. Turn off your CASSIOPEIA and connect it to the device you plan to use to dial-up your service provider.

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    7. A dialog box like the one shown below appears when a dial-up connection is established. Your CASSIOPEIA is now connected to the Internet. This icon appears in the system tray while a dial-up connection is connected. • You can now use your CASSIOPEIA to browse Websites and to send and receive e-mail. See “3-3 Mail”...

  • Page 63: Configuring A Lan Connection

    Configuring a LAN Connection Use the LAN connection setup when you want to connect to the Internet through a LAN (network) at your office, etc. Note that you should contact the system administrator of the network to which you are connecting for the information you need when configuring the setup. To configure a LAN connection setup 1.

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    3. After you are finished, tap • This displays a screen like the one shown below. Tap here and then select the LAN card you are using for your LAN connection. If you want to use a fixed LAN IP address for the CASSIOPEIA, specify the address here.

  • Page 65: Editing A Connection Setup

    5. After you are finished, tap • This displays a screen like the one shown below. Select this operation to require verification when connecting to the LAN. After selecting this option, input a Connection ID and Password. LAN setup 3 screen 6.

  • Page 66: Deleting A Connection Setup

    • This creates a copy of the connection setup you selected in step 2. The setup copy is automatically assigned the same name as the original setup, with a number added at the end. Example: Original Setup Name: CASIO Dial-up Setup Copy Name:...

  • Page 67: Mail

    3-3 Mail “Mail” is an application that makes it possible for you to send and receive e-mail with your CASSIOPEIA. The following are some of the useful features and functions available with Mail. • Support for multiple accounts • Powerful mail management tools for creating folders, batch moving multiple messages, copying, deleting, and moving messages to a storage card, etc.

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    2. Tap Yes. • This creates mail accounts for all of the connection setups you have configured in Connec- tions, and displays the account/folder list shown below. Existing accounts are listed here. The connection setup name you assign in Connections is displayed as the account name.

  • Page 69: Using The Account/folder List

    Starting Up Mail After Setting Up an Account After you set up one or more mail account the first time you start up Mail, starting it up again displays the account/folder list. Note, however, that if you added a new connection setup with Connections since the last time you used Mail, starting it up causes a message like the one shown below to appear.

  • Page 70: Managing Accounts

    Account L Menu Use this menu to create a new account, and to select an existing account to edit or delete it. See “Managing Accounts” on page 70 for more information. Folder L Menu Use this menu to create a new folder, and to select a folder to rename or delete it. See “Creating Folders and Managing Mail Messages”...

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    5. After everything is the way you want, tap OK to save your changes. • If you changed the connection setup in step 4, the confirmation message shown below appears when you tap OK. • If you really want to change the setting, tap Yes to save the changes and return to the account/ folder list.

  • Page 72: Sending And Receiving Mail

    2. In the Account name box, input the name you want to give to the new account. 3. Tap the L button next to the Use connection setting box, and then select a connection setup from the list of providers that appears. 4.

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    5. Your CASSIOPEIA connects to the server and displays a dialog box like the one shown below. The receive operation is performed first, followed by send. 6. A dialog box showing the results of the session appears after the send/receive operation is complete.

  • Page 74: Creating An Outgoing Mail Message

    Creating an Outgoing Mail Message This section tells you how to compose and send a Mail message, and how to edit an existing Mail message. To compose a new Mail message 1. Start up Mail and display the account/folder list. 2.

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    5. If you want to include Cc or Bcc addressees as recipients of the message, tap • This expands the mail header. Tap the Cc or Bcc button and then input the applicable mail address in the text box to the right of the buttons. •...

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    To input a mail address from Contacts 1. On the message editing screen, tap the Contacts button. • This displays the screen shown below. 2. Put a check mark next to all of the people you want to include as addressees of the message. 3.

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    2. Tap the + next to the folder that contains the file you want to attach to expand the folder. 3. Tap the file you want to attach. • This attaches the file and returns to the message editing screen with the displayed, which indicates that a file is attached.

  • Page 78: Using Phrase Memory

    Using Phrase Memory Phrase memory lets you store up to 255 frequently used words, expressions, and sentences for later recall when inputting Mail Text. To input text into phrase memory 1. On the message editing screen, tap anywhere inside the body text field. •...

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    To insert phrase memory text into Mail body text 1. On the message editing screen, move the cursor the location where you want to input the phrase memory text. • Make sure none of the body text is selected (highlighted). 2.

  • Page 80: Inputting Schedule Format Data Into A Mail Message

    The following procedure describes how to create a Calendar format mail message to send Calendar data to another BE-300 unit user. See “To transfer Calendar format body text of a received mail message to Calendar” on page 87 for information about what you need to do after you receive a Calendar format mail message.

  • Page 81: Displaying A Mail Message

    Displaying a Mail Message A Mail list screen lets you see the subjects and other information for mail messages you have received and sent. You can also use a message browsing screen to view the body text and other details of a particular message Mail list screen The Mail list screen shows a list of all the mail messages contained in a particular folder (Inbox, Sent Items, or other folder).

  • Page 82: Received Message Operations

    NOTE • Double-tapping a mail message on the Drafts list or Output list screen displays the message contents in the message editing screen, not the message browsing screen. See “To compose a new Mail message” on page 74 for information about the operations you can perform on the message editing screen.

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    To view the contents of an attached file A message that has a file attached to it is indicated by an attachment icon that appears on the message browser screen. Attachment icon 1. On the message browser screen, tap • This displays the attached file screen.

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    2. Double-tap the attachment file whose contents you want to view. • If the attached file is an image file (JPG, BMP, GIF, etc.), a screen like the one shown below appears on your display. to return to the attached file screen. NOTE •...

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    Displaying an HTML Mail Message The message browser screen of HTML format mail messages have an html Mail button. Tapping the html Mail button starts up the Internet program (page 93), and displays the contents of the message in HTML format. To add a received message header address to Contacts 1.

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    To list the hyperlinks in a received mail message 1. On the message browser screen of the message whose hyperlinks you want to list, tap Edit L → Hyperlinks. • This displays the hyperlink list screen like the one shown below, which shows all mail address and URLs contained in the mail message.

  • Page 87: Creating Folders And Managing Mail Messages

    To transfer Calendar format body text of a received mail message to Calendar 1. On the message browser screen of the message you want to transfer, tap Send to L → Calendar. • This starts up Calendar and displays a new appointment screen with Calendar format text elements assigned as shown below.

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    To delete a folder Warning! Deleting a folder also deletes all mail messages inside of it. 1. On the Mail account/folder list screen, tap the folder you want to delete. 2. Tap Folder L → Delete. 3. In response to the confirmation message that appears, tap Yes to delete the folder or No to cancel without deleting anything.

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    3. Place check marks into the boxes next to all the messages you want to move. • To check all of the messages in the folder, tap Edit L → Check All. To uncheck all of the messages, tap Edit L → Uncheck All. 4.

  • Page 90: Configuring Mail Program Properties

    To change the read/unread status of mail messages 1. Display the message list screen of the folder that contains the messages whose read/unread status you want to change. 2. Tap the Organize button. • This displays the message selection screen (page 88). 3.

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    Signature Tab • Input text you want to use as your signature block into the text box on this tab. Signature block text is added automatically to the end of mail messages you send. • If you do not want to use a signature block, simply leave the text box on the Signature tab blank.

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    Disp Tab (A) Checking this option causes word wrapping of text inside the body text field of the message browser screen. (B) Use this setting to specify one of three sizes for Mail program display text. This setting controls the body text field of the message editing screen and message browser screen.

  • Page 93: Internet

    3-4 Internet Internet is a Web browser program that lets you view Web pages on the Internet. The following are the functions available with the Internet program. • Support for frames • Full-screen display of a particular frame • 50% reduction of a page display image •...

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    (STOP) Button Tap this button to stop loading of a page that is not fully loaded yet. Note that tapping this button does not disconnect you from your server, if you are connected. (Reload) Button Reloads the currently displayed page. (Bookmark) Button Displays the bookmark screen (page 97).

  • Page 95: Configuring Internet Program Properties

    Configuring Internet Program Properties Before you use the Internet program to surf the Net, you must first configure its properties as described in this section. Important! Before trying to perform the following procedure, you should first configure a connection setup for Internet Web browsing.

  • Page 96: Displaying A Web Page

    Displaying a Web Page To display a Web page 1. Start up Internet. 2. In the address bar, input the URL of the page you want to view. 3. Tap the button. • The message shown below appears if you are not connected to your server at this time. Tap Connect.

  • Page 97: Using Bookmarks

    To display a full-screen view of a particular frame 1. When a page that contains frames is displayed on the browser screen, tap the button. • This displays a frame selection screen with the currently selected frame indicated by a red boundary around it.

  • Page 98: Managing Your Bookmarks

    4. Change the page title and URL, if you want. 5. After everything is the way you want, tap OK. • This returns to the bookmark screen. • To return to the browser screen from the bookmark screen, tap To register a new bookmark manually 1.

  • Page 99

    To create a new folder 1. On the browser screen, tap the button. • This displays the bookmark screen. 2. Tap the Organize button. • This displays the bookmark organizer screen. Click to display a folder tree. 3. Navigate to the folder in which you want to create a new folder. •...

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    To move a bookmarks and folders to another folder 1. On the browser screen, tap the button. • This displays the bookmark screen. 2. Tap the Organize button. • This displays the bookmark organizer screen. 3. Place check marks into the boxes next to all the bookmarks and folders you want to move. •...

  • Page 101: Saving A Web Page

    To delete bookmarks and folders 1. On the browser screen, tap the button. • This displays the bookmark screen. 2. Tap the Organize button. • This displays the bookmark organizer screen. 3. Place check marks into the boxes next to all the bookmarks and folders you want to delete. 4.

  • Page 102: Managing Saved Pages

    To open a saved Web page 1. On the browser screen, tap Function L → Open Web Page. • This displays a dialog box like the one shown below. To open a page you have saved on a storage card, tap Card.

  • Page 103: Saving Web Page Graphic Elements

    To delete Web pages 1. On the browser screen, tap Function L → Open Web Page. • This displays a dialog box for opening a Web page. 2. Tap the Organize button. • This displays a web page organizer screen. 3.

  • Page 104: Chapter 4 Imaging And Music Programs

    Chapter 4 Imaging and Music Programs 4-1 Photo Viewer Photo Viewer is a program you can use to view graphic images on your CASSIOPEIA screen. It includes a thumbnail index screen and a slideshow feature. With an optionally available Digital Camera Card, you can even use your CASSIOPEIA to record images for display using Photo Viewer Thumbnail index screen...

  • Page 105: Recording Operations

    Important! • You need to purchase an optionally available Digital Camera Card (JK-710DC) to record digital images. • Do not install the Mobile Camera Application that comes with the digital camera card onto your CASSIOPEIA. Recording Operations Getting Ready Check the following points before trying to record. •...

  • Page 106

    5. Specify the image size. • On the control panel, tap the image size button to cycle through the image size settings shown below....VGA (640 × 480) ....1/4 VGA (320 × 240) ....1/9 VGA (212 × 160) : This setting can be used for stop action only....

  • Page 107

    NOTE • In the Stop Action Mode, recording continues and the image on the display remains unchanged until all the images are recorded. • After image recording is complete, a dialog appears telling you that the images are being stored in memory.

  • Page 108: Adjusting Camera Screen Brightness

    Configuring Record Settings On the camera screen, tap to display the Record Settings dialog box. Continuous record interval For this interval: Select this option: 15 images per second Short 10 images per second Normal 5 images per second Long White Balance When shooting under this type of lighting: Select this option: Sunlight...

  • Page 109: Using The Thumbnail Index Screen

    To adjust the camera screen brightness 1. On the camera screen, tap Brightness to display the dialog box shown below. 2. Drag the sliders left to reduce brightness and right to increase brightness. • Note that the upper slider controls brightness under battery power, while the lower slider controls brightness under AC adapter power.

  • Page 110: Selecting The Thumbnail Index Screen Folder

    Selecting the Thumbnail Index Screen Folder The thumbnail index screen shows all of the snapshots in the currently selected folder. To change to another folder, follow the steps below. 1. Tap Function L → Folder... or tap Folder name box. •...

  • Page 111: Changing To A Different Screen

    NOTE In step 1 of the above procedure, you could also display the snapshot screen of the image you want to attach and then tap Changing to a Different Screen Use the following procedures when you want to change to another screen from the thumbnail index screen.

  • Page 112: Using The Snapshot Screen

    Using the Snapshot Screen There are four different snapshot screen views: compressed, uncompressed, zoom, and full- screen. Compressed View Uncompressed View Zoom View Full-screen View Compressed View ..This view displays the entire image so it appears like a photograph. Uncompressed View ..

  • Page 113: Changing The Snapshot Screen View

    Changing the Snapshot Screen View Use either of the following procedures to select compressed, uncompressed, zoom, or full-screen as the snapshot screen view. To change the snapshot screen view • On the Size menu, tap Compressed, Uncompressed, Zoom, or Full Screen. •...

  • Page 114: Changing To A Different Screen

    To display the file properties of a snapshot 1. On the snapshot screen, tap 2. To close the file properties dialog box, tap OK. Changing to a Different Screen Use the following procedures when you want to change to another screen from the snapshot screen. To go to: Tap: The thumbnail index screen that contains the displayed snapshot...

  • Page 115: Using The Slideshow Screen

    To display the slideshow screen On the thumbnail index screen or snapshot screen, tap To return to the snapshot index from the slideshow screen, tap the button. Using the Slideshow Screen Status bar Control panel To control image playback with the on-screen control panel To do this: Do this: Start the slide show...

  • Page 116: Making Slideshow Settings

    Making Slideshow Settings Tapping Settings button displays a dialog box for controlling the playback interval and the repeat setting. Playback Interval ... Use this setting to specify how long each image should remain displayed before changing to the next one. Auto Repeat ...

  • Page 117: Folder And File Operations

    2. Drag the sliders left to reduce brightness and right to increase brightness. • Note that the upper slider controls brightness under battery power, while the lower slider controls brightness under AC adapter power. • The brightness settings you make are used during slideshow playback only. 3.

  • Page 118: File Operations

    File Operations Use the commands on the thumbnail index screen Func L to perform operations on image files whose formats are supported by Photo Viewer. To rename a file 1. On the thumbnail index screen, tap the thumbnail of the image whose file name you want to change.

  • Page 119: Movie Player

    • To use Movie Player, you need to install it from the bundled CD-ROM. See Chapter 6 of this User’s Guide for information about installing programs on your CASSIOPEIA. • Movie Player makes it possible for you to play back CASIO original format CMF files on your CASSIOPEIA. The bundled CD-ROM also includes a program called “Mobile Video Converter,”...

  • Page 120: Thumbnail Index Screen Operations

    Thumbnail Index Screen Operations You can perform the following operations from the thumbnail index screen. • Select a folder • Create, rename, or delete folders • Rename, move, or delete files • Automatically generate thumbnails on the thumbnail index screen •...

  • Page 121: Refreshing A Thumbnail Index

    Refreshing a Thumbnail Index You should refresh the thumbnail index when the File Manager screen does not accurately show the movie file contents of a folder. The thumbnail index screens show only files for which thumbnails have been generated. Note that thumbnails are not displayed for movie files you move to the current thumbnail index screen folder using File Manager (page 135) or some other program.

  • Page 122: Using Movie Playback Screen

    4-2-2 Using Movie Playback Screen Playing Back Movies On the Movie Player thumbnail index screen, tap the thumbnail of the movie you want to play, and then tap . This displays the movie playback screen, which you can use to view the movie. You can also use the playback screen to capture still images from a movie.

  • Page 123: Controlling Playback Using Cassiopeia Buttons

    Playback Screen Control Panel The following describes the functions of the buttons and sliders of the Playback Screen’s control panel. Volume slider Position slider Volume slider ..Drag right to increase volume and left to decrease it......Jumps to the beginning of the movie during forward play or the end of the movie during reverse play.

  • Page 124: Capturing A Still Image From A Movie

    Capturing a Still Image from a Movie Use the following procedure to capture a still image from a movie and save it as a JPEG file. To capture a still image from a movie 1. Play back the movie that contains the image you want to capture. 2.

  • Page 125: Making Playback Speed And Repeat Settings

    Making Playback Speed and Repeat Settings Playback speed and repeat settings are made using the Options dialog box that appears when you tap Options. Playback Speed ..... Use this list box to select a faster or slower speed for movie playback. The speeds available depend on the type of file you currently have open.

  • Page 126: Music Player

    4-3 Music Player Music Player makes it possible for you to play MP3 files on your CASSIOPEIA. Playback can be output through the CASSIOPEIA’s headphones plugged into the audio output jack. NOTE • Music Player can play only files stored in the nand disk My Documents\Music folder or a storage card My Documents\Music folder.

  • Page 127: Controlling Playback Using Cassiopeia Buttons

    Playback Screen Control Panel The following describes the functions of the buttons and sliders of the Playback Screen’s control panel......Starts playback......Stops playback......... Pauses playback. Tapping this button again resumes playback from where it was originally paused.........

  • Page 128: Using Repeat

    Using Repeat Turning on repeat causes the currently selected play list to play in an endless loop, until you stop playback. On the playback screen, display the Settings menu and then tap Repeat to toggle repeat on and off. A check mark is next to the Repeat item on the Settings menu while repeat is turned on. NOTE •...

  • Page 129

    To display the play list screen On the playback screen, tap the Play List... button to display the play list screen. Currently selected play list Files contained in the currently selected play list To select a play list 1. On the playback screen, tap the Play List... button. •...

  • Page 130

    2. Tap the New button. • This displays the play list editing screen. All playable MP3 files in main memory and on the storage card My Documents folders Tap to select (check) all the tracks in the Total Tracks list. Tap to deselect (uncheck) all the tracks in the Total Tracks list.

  • Page 131: Chapter 5 Utilities

    Chapter 5 Utilities 5-1 Backup The Backup program lets you quickly and easily back up all data (Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Mail data, files, installed programs, setup information) in your CASSIOPEIA main memory data to a storage card. Backed up data can be used to restore your system should it start to malfunction due to some data error.

  • Page 132

    • This starts up Backup and causes the dialog shown below to appear. If the storage card already contains backup data, the date of the last backup appears here. This area shows the amount of free space on the storage card and the amount of CASSIOPEIA data memory that is used.

  • Page 133: Restoring Data

    Restoring Data The following applies whenever you perform a restore operation. • If the same file or setup data exists in both CASSIOPEIA memory and on the storage card, the data in CASSIOPEIA memory is overwritten with the data on the storage card. •...

  • Page 134: Deleting A Backup File

    Deleting a Backup File You can use the following procedure to delete the backup files you created using Backup. Delete a file when you no longer need it, when you want to free up space on a storage card, etc. Important! Deleting a back up file cannot be undone.

  • Page 135: File Manager

    5-2 File Manager File Manager provides you with the tools to perform a variety of different operations involving files and folders in main memory and on a storage card. File Manager Screen and Basic Operation Tapping File Manager on the Top Menu starts up File Manager and displays a list of files and folders.

  • Page 136

    To copy a file or folder NOTE You can use the same procedure to copy a file or a folder. The following shows the procedure for copying a file. 1. Select the file you want to copy by putting a check mark next to it. •...

  • Page 137

    Important! • Deleting a folder also deletes all files and folder inside it. • A file or folder delete operation cannot be undone. 3. In response to the confirmation message that appears, tap Yes to delete the file or folder, or No to cancel without deleting anything.

  • Page 138: Chapter 6 Using Your Cassiopeia With Your Computer

    Chapter 6 Using Your CASSIOPEIA with Your Computer 6-1 Getting Ready You can connect your CASSIOPEIA to your computer and perform the types of operations listed below. • Synchronization of CASSIOPEIA Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Mail data with your computer’s Microsoft Outlook data •...

  • Page 139: Communication Properties

    • Outlook 97, 98, and 2000 are all supported. • Microsoft Outlook must be purchased separately. • See the user documentation that comes with Outlook for information about how to install it. (2) Install PC Connect on your computer. • Install PC Connect from the CD-ROM that comes bundled with your CASSIOPEIA. •...

  • Page 140: Chapter 7 Setting Up Your Cassiopeia

    Chapter 7 Setting Up Your CASSIOPEIA 7-1 Setup Basics This section describes various hardware, system, and other settings you can make to setup the CASSIOPEIA to meet your specific needs. On the Top Menu, double-tap Settings to display the setup menu shown below. Setup Menu Select the menu item for the type of settings you want to change.

  • Page 141: Selecting A Setup Menu Item

    MEMO See page 24 for information about setting the current time and date. Selecting a Setup Menu Item You can use any one of the following methods to select a setup menu item and display the corresponding setup screen. • Double-tap the menu item you want. •...

  • Page 142: Password

    Password Use this screen to configure the CASSIOPEIA so it requires input of a password when it is turned on. Data cannot be accessed unless the password is input. Use the on-screen keyboard to specify a 4-digit password. After you tap OK to register the password, you will not be able to access the password setup...

  • Page 143: Brightness

    Brightness The brightness setting screen has three tabs named Contrast, Brightness, and Auto-Dim. Contrast Tab Use this tab to change screen contrast, which affects the relative lightness and darkness of display colors. Watch this color sample to see how your setting affects display colors.

  • Page 144: Align Screen

    NOTE You can also use the following button operations at any time to adjust screen brightness without displaying the brightness setting screen. To do this: Perform this button operation: Make the screen brighter Hold down Power button and press the right cursor button.

  • Page 145: Volume & Sounds

    Volume & Sounds The Volume & Sounds setup screen has two tabs, named Volume and Sounds. Volume Tab Use the settings on this tab to turn the CASSIOPEIA’s buzzer sound on and off, and to adjust the volume level of the headphones. Drag this slider or tap Drag this slider or tap the the H and J buttons...

  • Page 146: Power

    Power The Power setup screen shows you remaining battery capacity. You can also use it to configure auto power off, which turns off the CASSIOPEIA if it is left idle for a specific amount of time. Select this option to Use these boxes to enable auto power specify the idle time...

  • Page 147

    Task Manager Tab You can use the Task Manager tab to shutdown a specific program that is running, or to shutdown all programs that are running. Shutting down a program frees up program memory space. • In the Active Programs list, tap the program you want to end. •...

  • Page 148: Appendix A: Character Recognizer

    Appendix A: Character Recognizer Your CASSIOPEIA uses Decuma Character Recognizer developed by Decuma AB. The Decuma Character Recognizer supports word-by-word, non-cursive handwriting. Copyright © 2001 by Decuma AB. All rights reserved. Start using Character Recognizer Introduction How to write with Character Recognizer Pen gestures Personalizing Character Recognizer Options...

  • Page 149: Start Using Character Recognizer

    Start using Character Recognizer Introduction Character Recognizer converts your handwriting into typed text and can be used with any application to input text. Instead of pen and paper, you use the Stylus and the Touch Screen. Simply write in the designated input area in the lower part of the screen and the typed characters appear at the cursor in the active application.

  • Page 150

    General characters Select the tab marked A a to write letters and accented letters. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z À...

  • Page 151

    . , : ; ‘ “ - * + = ( ) / < > [ ] { } % # ¢ $ + £ ¥ Punctuation marks and special characters Select the tab marked @ & to write punctuation marks and special characters. .

  • Page 152: Personalizing Character Recognizer

    Personalizing Character Recognizer Options You can improve the recognition of your writing by teaching Character Recognizer your handwriting style. Character Recognizer also gives you the opportunity to define your own characters as shortcuts for lengthy text you write frequently. These features and other ways to customize Character Recognizer to suit your handwriting and needs, can be found by tapping the Options button on the Character Recognizer input panel.

  • Page 153

    Personalize Character Recognizer allows you to define personal characters you want to use as shortcuts. You might want to add a star to represent your e-mail address or a heart to represent the name of a close friend. Add your character by tapping the Personalize tab in Recognizer Options. You can add up to 15 personal characters.

  • Page 154: Troubleshooting

    Settings The Recognizer Options Settings tab allows you to customize Character Recognizer features. All the features can be enabled or disabled to suit you and your way of writing. Version The Recognizer Options Version tab shows version of the Character Recognizer application on your CASSIOPEIA.

  • Page 155: Decuma Alphabet Outlines

    Decuma Alphabet Outlines These outlines of written characters serve as a guide of how to form characters for Character Recognizer to recognize. The circles and numbers show where strokes begin and in what order they should be written. In addition to the characters shown here, a wide variety of handwritten characters are included in the alphabet library.

  • Page 156

    Accented characters À à Â â Á á Ä ä Å å Ç ç È è Ê ê É é Ë ë Ì ì Î î Í í Ï ï Ñ ñ Ò ò Ô ô Ó ó Ö ö...

  • Page 157

    Ù ù Û û Ú ú Ü ü ß Numbers Punctuation marks and special characters " ¿ ¡ <...

  • Page 158

    > & ¢ £ ° ¥ § © ®...

  • Page 159: Appendix B: Troubleshooting

    Appendix B: Troubleshooting Resetting the CASSIOPEIA If your CASSIOPEIA responds slowly, stops responding as expected, or “freezes,” try resetting it. A reset causes the CASSIOPEIA to restart and re-adjust memory allocation. Note that unsaved data in open windows may be lost when you reset. To reset the CASSIOPEIA Use the stylus to hold down the Reset button for about two seconds.

  • Page 160: If You Run Out Of Cassiopeia Memory

    If you run out of CASSIOPEIA memory Memory on your CASSIOPEIA is shared between storage memory and program memory. Storage memory is used to store the information you create and programs you install. Program memory is used to run programs on your CASSIOPEIA. The CASSIOPEIA automatically manages the allocation between storage and program memory.

  • Page 161: Screen Is Blank

    Screen is blank If the CASSIOPEIA does not respond when you briefly press the Power button, press and hold the button for a full second. If that does not work, try the following steps, performing the next step only if the one you just performed did not solve the problem. 1.

  • Page 162: Network Connection Problems

    Can dial out but cannot make a proper connection • Make sure the network to which you are trying to connect supports the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP). Your Internet service provider or network administrator can verify this. • Verify that you are using the right phone number for the modem you are trying to reach. •...

  • Page 163

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