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Dell Axim Owner's Manual

Executive keyboard with bluetooth wireless technology.
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Axim
Executive Keyboard
®
with Bluetooth
Wireless Technology
Owner's Manual
For
Windows Mobile
2003
Keyboard Driver:
Stowaway 3.02
Axim
Wireless Keyboard Owner's Manual
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   Summary of Contents for Dell Axim

  • Page 1 ™ Axim Executive Keyboard ® with Bluetooth Wireless Technology Owner’s Manual ™ Windows Mobile 2003 Keyboard Driver: Stowaway 3.02 ™ Axim Wireless Keyboard Owner’s Manual Page 1...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Installing and Configuring the Keyboard... 3 Before You Begin...3 Installing the Software...3 Configuring the Keyboard to Your Pocket PC Device...4 Reconnecting the Axim Reconnecting in Unsecured Mode ...11 Customizing Your Keyboard ... 12 Input Method Toolbar...12 Keyboard Control Panel...13 ™...
  • Page 3: Installing And Configuring The Keyboard

    Ensure there is at least 400 KB of memory on your Pocket PC device. To check the available memory, tap Start =>Settings=>System=>Memory. Insert the 2 AAA batteries (included) beneath the battery cover of the Axim Wireless keyboard. Installing the Software 1.
  • Page 4: Configuring The Keyboard To Your Pocket Pc Device

    Configuring the Keyboard to Your Pocket PC Device ™ 1. To enable the Axim Wireless keyboard, tap the Enable button on the Config screen of the keyboard application. This will open the Keyboard Setup Screen. 3. When the Setup begins, the driver will enable the Pocket PC Bluetooth system software;...
  • Page 5 Scan button on the screen. ™ Axim Wireless Keyboard Owner’s Manual 4. The New Connection window is used to connect the Pocket PC device to the Axim keyboard. Tap New Connection to begin the process. ™ 6. Wait until the Axim Wireless keyboard appears in the list.
  • Page 6 ™ 7. Once the Axim Wireless keyboard appears, select it by tapping. Then decide whether you need a secure or unsecured connection. An unsecured connection is vulnerable to eavesdropping. A secure connection requires authentication by entering the same passkey on the Pocket PC device and the keyboard (see #10).
  • Page 7 Enter a passkey using the Pocket PC on-screen keyboard, then tap OK in the top right corner of the window. Type the same passkey number on the Axim keyboard, using Left <Fn> + <Number> keys. When finished, press the <Enter>...
  • Page 8 13. The Bluetooth Status Page displays the current state of the Bluetooth connection between your Pocket PC device and the Axim keyboard. It also allows text to be entered to test the connection. Buttons are provided to set up a new connection or to disable the existing connection.
  • Page 9 Microsoft). If the wrong stack is selected a connection may not be possible. In such a case return to the Stack Selection dialog box by tapping Enable on the Config page, then select Axim Wireless keyboard and tap Setup. ™...
  • Page 10: Reconnecting The Axim ™ Wireless Keyboard

    Reconnecting the Axim The above steps establish the Bluetooth wireless connection and bonding between the Pocket PC device and the keyboard for the first time. Keyboard character input should be enabled as long as the connection is maintained. Despite a high degree of reliability, the Bluetooth connection could break for many...
  • Page 11: Reconnecting In Unsecured Mode

    NOTE: Using an Unsecured connection does not provide built-in signal encryption against eavesdropping that a Secured connection does. For further details on Secure connections refer to the ™ Axim Wireless Keyboard Owner’s Manual If you initially set up your connection using Unsecured mode and your Bluetooth software returns to waiting mode, tapping any key on the keyboard will not trigger automatic reconnection.
  • Page 12: Customizing Your Keyboard

    ™ Wireless Keyboard input method is selected. The leftmost icon shows the state Axim of the Bluetooth connection; there are three different states that can be indicated. A tap and hold on this icon will display a text message describing the state.
  • Page 13: Keyboard Control Panel

    Keyboard Control Panel On the Config tab: Tap Enable (the next screen allows you to turn on access to the Axim keyboard) to choose which keyboard to enable. Tap Disable to turn off access to all keyboards. To see a visual indication if the keyboard is in Caps Lock or Num Lock mode, check or uncheck the Show Capslock/Numlock notification option.
  • Page 14: Keyboard Status Light

    Bluetooth radio will automatically turn back on after a few seconds. To turn ™ the radio off, the Axim Wireless keyboard must be disabled first. To re-enable the connection, tap the New Connection button on the BT page or tap Enable on the Config page.
  • Page 15: Using The Axim ™ Wireless Keyboard

    ™ Using the Axim • Commands joined by a dash “–” mean that the key combination must be pressed in order and with all keys held down at the same time. • Commands joined by a plus “+” mean that the key following the “+” must be pressed after the initial key combination is pressed and released.
  • Page 16: On-screen Button And Editing Shortcuts

    Launch Word Launch Excel Launch Internet Explorer Launch up to 10 user selected applications (refer to “Hot-Key tab” section for more information) Toggle among open and recently used programs. ™ Axim Wireless Keyboard Owner’s Manual Shortcut <LFn>–<Enter> <LFn>–< > <LFn>–<X>...
  • Page 17: Menu And Toolbar Navigation

    Menu and Toolbar Navigation You can access program menus, submenus, and toolbars with the Axim keyboard using the following commands. Action To activate a program’s menu bar at the bottom of the Pocket PC device screen and select a main menu item use one of these 2 methods: 1.
  • Page 18: International And Extended Character Set

    ™ Trademark ® Registered trademark £ Pound (British) ¥ ₣ Franc ₤ Lira € Euro ¢ Cents Dollar sign ™ Axim Wireless Keyboard Owner’s Manual Shortcut <Ctrl>–<’>+<Shift>–<letter> <Ctrl>–<’>+<letter> <Ctrl>–<RFn>–<Y>+<Shift>–<letter> <Ctrl>–<RFn>–<Y>+<letter> <Ctrl>–<Shift>–<;>+<Shift>–<letter> <Ctrl>–<Shift>–<;>+<letter> <Ctrl>–<LFn>–<’>+<Shift>–<letter> <Ctrl>–<LFn>–<’>+<letter> <Ctrl>–<RFn>–<’>+<Shift>–<letter> <Ctrl>–<RFn>–<’>+<letter> <Ctrl>–<RFn>–<W>+<Shift>–<A> <Ctrl>–<RFn>–<W>+<A> <Ctrl>–<,>+<Shift>–<C> <Ctrl>–<,>+<C>...
  • Page 19 Asterisk Left parenthesis Right parenthesis Left curly bracket Right curly bracket Tilde Vertical bar Reverse solidus Grave Left square bracket Right square bracket ™ Axim Wireless Keyboard Owner’s Manual Shortcut <Ctrl>–<Alt>–<LFn>–<W> <Ctrl>–<Alt>–<LFn>–<E> <Ctrl>–<Alt>–<LFn>–<R> <Ctrl>–<Alt>–<Shift>–<=> <Ctrl>–<Alt>–<-> <RFn>–<E> <RFn>–<T> <RFn>–<Y> <RFn>–<U> <RFn>–<I>...
  • Page 20: Frequently Asked Questions

    • Check to make sure that the keyboard software is installed properly according to the instructions. • Check the BT tab of the Keyboard Control Panel to make sure the Axim Wireless keyboard is enabled. • Check the Config tab of the Keyboard Control Panel to make sure you’ve selected the appropriate keyboard type.
  • Page 21 Reconnecting the Axim Wireless keyboard section. Q: How do I uninstall the keyboard driver? ™ Select Start=>Settings=>System tab=>Remove Programs. Select Axim Wireless Keyboard Driver from the list of applications then tap the Remove button. ™ Axim Wireless Keyboard Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 22: Legal Notices

    Trademarks ™ Dell and Axim are trademarks of Dell Inc. WIDCOMM and the WIDCOMM logo are trademarks of WIDCOMM, Inc. Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logos are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., U.S.A. and licensed to WIDCOMM, Inc. ActiveSync, Windows Mobile, Windows and Outlook are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
  • Page 23: Important Battery Information

    Important notes about Bluetooth ™ The Axim Wireless keyboard can emit radio frequency (RF) energy whenever the green LED is flashing. Care should be taken when used around medical devices or equipment.
  • Page 24: Regulatory Notices

    For country-specific approvals, see Radio approvals. Dell Inc. is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized modification of the device, or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than that specified by Dell Inc.
  • Page 25 Most Dell keyboards are classified for Class B environments. However, the inclusion of certain options can change the rating of some configurations to Class A. To determine the electromagnetic classification for your computer or device, see the following sections specific for each regulatory agency.
  • Page 26 512-338-4400 IC Notice (Canada Only) Most Dell keyboards (and other Dell digital apparatus) are classified by the Industry Canada (IC) Interference-Causing Equipment Standard #3 (ICES-003) as Class B digital devices. To determine which classification (Class A or B) applies to your keyboard (or other Dell digital apparatus), examine all registration labels located on the bottom, side, or the back panel of your computer (or other digital apparatus).
  • Page 27 This Dell device is classified for use in a typical Class B domestic environment. A “Declaration of Conformity” in accordance with the preceding directives and standards has been made and is on file at Dell Inc. Products Europe BV, Limerick, Ireland. EN 55022 Compliance (Czech Republic Only) This device belongs to Class B devices as described in EN 55022, unless it is specifically stated that it is a Class A device on the specification label.
  • Page 28 1999/5/CE. Spanish Por medio de la presente Dell Inc. Declara que el XTBT01 cumple con los requisots esenciales y cualesquirea otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
  • Page 29 Portuguese Dell Inc. Declara que este XTBT01 está conforme com os requistos essenciais e outra disposições da Directiva 1999/5/EC. Finnish Dell Inc. Vakuuttaa täten että XTBT01 tyyppinen laite on direcktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien directiiven muiden ehtojen mukainen.
  • Page 30: Features And Technical Specifications Summary

    Protocol: Bluetooth specification v. 1.1 compliant. Bluetooth HID Profile v. 1.0 compliant. Frequency range: 2.4 – 2.4835GHz Type of Modulation: GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying). Signal Type: FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum). ©2004 Dell Inc. ™ Axim Wireless Keyboard Owner’s Manual 10.28”W...

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  • James Ryemill Mar 18, 2018 10:22:
    I would like to know where the lithium battery goes
    In the dell axim X30 because I don't have a manual