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Casio PV-100 User Manual

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Chapter
12
Configuring the Unit
The System menu provides you with a number of items that you can use to
set up the unit to suit your particular needs.
Note that the System menu is available on the menu bar while the Mode
Menu is on the display.
Setting the Date, Time, and Auto Power Off Interval ................ 156
Turning Sound On and Off .......................................................... 157
Setting a Daily Alarm Time .......................................................... 158
Setting the Date, Time, Calendar, and Keyboard Formats ....... 159
Setting the System Language ....................................................... 160
Adjusting Display Contrast .......................................................... 161
Calibrating the Touch Screen ...................................................... 161
To calibrate the touch screen .................................................................... 161
Checking Memory Capacity ........................................................ 162
To check memory capacity ....................................................................... 162
Memory Management .................................................................. 162
To perform memory management ............................................................ 163
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  • Page 1

    Chapter Configuring the Unit The System menu provides you with a number of items that you can use to set up the unit to suit your particular needs. Note that the System menu is available on the menu bar while the Mode Menu is on the display.

  • Page 2: Setting The Date, Time, And Auto Power Off Interval

    Setting the Date, Time, and Auto Power Off Interval 1. Tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Set date/time. • You can also display the date/time setting screen by tapping the clock on the pop up tool screen (page 102).

  • Page 3: Turning Sound On And Off

    Chapter 12 Configuring the Unit Turning Sound On and Off 1. Tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Sound. 2. Tap a check box to toggle the corresponding item’s sound on (checked) and off (unchecked).

  • Page 4: Setting A Daily Alarm Time

    Setting a Daily Alarm Time 1. While the sound on/off setting screen is on the display in the above procedure, tap on the time to the right of the Alarm item. • You can also display the alarm setting screen by tapping the alarm indicator on the pop up tool screen (page 102) or the clock screen (page 103).

  • Page 5: Setting The Date, Time, Calendar, And Keyboard Formats

    Chapter 12 Configuring the Unit Setting the Date, Time, Calendar, and Keyboard Formats 1. Tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Format. 2. Tap the date format next to Date. • Each tap of the date format changes it in the cycle: M/D/Y fi...

  • Page 6: Setting The System Language

    Setting the System Language 1. Tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Language. 2. Tap the button next to the language you want to select as the system language. 3. Tap Set to register your setting. •...

  • Page 7: Adjusting Display Contrast

    Chapter 12 Configuring the Unit Adjusting Display Contrast 1. Tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Contrast. 2. Tap H to make the figures on the screen lighter, or J to make them darker.

  • Page 8: Checking Memory Capacity

    Checking Memory Capacity Use the following procedures when you want to check current memory capacity. To check memory capacity 1. Tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Capacity. Memory still available Memory used 2.

  • Page 9: To Perform Memory Management

    Chapter 12 Configuring the Unit To perform memory management 1. Tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap System – Memory management. 2. In response to the message that appears, tap Yes to start memory management or No to close the dialog box without doing anything.

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