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Contents Introduction ..................3 Using Menu ..................4 Starting Up Menu....................4 To start up Menu using the program button............4 To start up Menu from the Start menu..............4 Changing the Displayed Menu Page..............4 Using a Menu Page....................5 Using Action Control for Menu Button Operations..........6 Setting Up Menu................7 Changing Menu Page Button Settings..............7 To assign an application or file to a menu page button..........7...
Introduction Menu is a utility that makes it possible to launch applications and open files simply by tapping a button on the screen of your Pocket PC. It even lets you assign the application or file you want to each button. Up to 10 menu pages You can create up to 10 separate menu screens called pages.
Using Menu Starting Up Menu You can start up Menu either by pressing your Pocket PC's program button or by selecting the Menu program from the menu. To start up Menu using the program button Press the program button to start up Menu and display its initial screen. If your Pocket PC is turned off, pressing the program button also turns on power.
Using a Menu Page Tap an application button to launch the application. Tap a file button to start the associated application and open the file. Application Submenu Menu Page Tap a submenu button to display the submenu. Submenu button operations are identical to button operations on a menu page.
Using Action Control for Menu Button Operations You can also use Action control to perform the following menu page and submenu button operations. On a menu page, rotate the Action control downwards once to select the button in the upper left corner of the menu. Next, rotate the Action control up and down to select buttons on the menu page.
Setting Up Menu Changing Menu Page Button Settings Use the following procedures to assign applications, files, and submenus to menu page buttons, to edit and delete current button assignments, and to change the icon of a button. All of these operations are performed using the Button Selection Screen. To assign an application or file to a menu page button On a menu page, tap Define to display the button selection screen.
Tap the Name text box and type in the name you want to assign to the button. l You can skip this step if you want. If you do, the button automatically will be assigned the name of the application or file you are assigning to the button. After everything is the way you want, tap OK to return to the button selection screen where you can see what your new button looks like.
Use the folder box to select the folder where the application (or file) is located. l Tapping moves up to the next higher folder. Use the file type box to specify the type of files you want to appear in the file list area.
Tap OK to return to the menu screen. Note Tapping a submenu button in step 2 of the above procedure displays the Submenu Settings dialog box. See "Submenu Buttons" on page 12 for information about using this dialog box. To change the icon of a button On a menu page, tap Define to display the button selection screen.
On the shortcut menu, tap Paste. l This pastes the settings you cut in step 2 to the button you tap and hold in step After you are finished, tap OK to return to the menu screen. Note You can also cut and paste button settings from a menu page button to a submenu button and vice versa.
Submenu Buttons Use the following procedures to create and edit submenu buttons. To create a submenu On a menu page, tap Define to display the button selection screen. Tap the button under which you want to create the submenu. l Be sure to tap a button that does not have anything assigned to it yet. Tapping a button that already has an application, file, or submenu assigned to it displays the Define dialog box for editing the button’s settings.
To change the icon of a submenu On a menu page, tap Define to display the button selection screen. Tap the submenu button whose icon you want to change. This opens the Submenu Settings dialog box. Tap Change Icon to display the Change Icon dialog box. Tap the icon you want to assign to the button.
Configuring Menu Pages This section describes how to add new menu pages, and how to change the name, change the sequence, and delete existing pages. To add a menu page On a menu page, tap Define to display the button selection screen. On the Edit menu, tap Add Page to add a new blank menu page after the last menu page.
To change the name of a page On a menu page, tap Define to display the button selection screen. Display the menu page whose name you want to change. On the Edit menu, tap Rename Page to display a dialog box for changing the name of a menu page.
To change the order of menu pages On a menu page, tap Define to display the button selection screen. On the Edit menu, tap Change Page Order to display a dialog box for changing the order of the menu pages. Select a page whose position you want to change by tapping it.
Using Auto Assign Applications Menu's Auto Assign Applications feature lets you assign all the applications installed on your Pocket PC to menu page buttons quickly and easily. How Auto Assign Applications Works Executing the Auto Assign Applications command creates a menu page named Install Application, and place buttons for all of the applications listed on your Pocket PC's Start menu on the page.
Command Bar Items (Menus and Buttons) Tool Menu Command Description About Menu Displays version information. Edit Menu Command Description Add Page Adds a new page after the last page. Rename Page Displays a dialog box for renaming the currently displayed page.