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Casio PV-750 General Operations Manual

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Chapter
14
General Operations
This chapter describes general operations you can perform in various modes.

Scroll Bars

Item
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,
Scroll bar
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1
• Tap to scroll up and down, a page at a time. (Tapping these
buttons while the Weekly Scheduler screen is on the display,
for example, scrolls a week at a time.)
• These buttons are dimmed if there is no page of data to scroll
to.
• Tap to scroll up and down, a line at a time.
• These buttons are dimmed if there is no line of data to scroll
to.
• Drag up and down to scroll the screen.
• The size of the scroll button changes in accordance with the
amount of data above and below the current screen. If there
is no data above or below, the scroll buttons are dimmed.
• Tap the gray area to jump to the next page above or below
the current page.
1 Page scroll buttons
2
2 Line scroll buttons
3 Scroll bar
4 Scroll handle
3
4
2
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  • Page 1: Scroll Bars

    Chapter General Operations This chapter describes general operations you can perform in various modes. Scroll Bars 1 Page scroll buttons 2 Line scroll buttons 3 Scroll bar 4 Scroll handle Item Description • Tap to scroll up and down, a page at a time. (Tapping these buttons while the Weekly Scheduler screen is on the display, for example, scrolls a week at a time.) •...
  • Page 2: Action Control Scrolling

    Chapter 14 General Operations • The PV Unit scroll bars operate similarly to the scroll bars of many popular personal computer applications. • The scroll handle location indicates approximately how much data is above and below the data on the screen. If the scroll handle is located in the middle of the scroll bar, for example, it means that there is about the same amount of data above and below.
  • Page 3 Moving Between Entries (Fields) When inputting and editing data, you can move between entries (fields) either by tapping on the entry you want with the stylus, or by tapping the on-screen NEXT button to advance to the next sequential entry. Note that the NEXT button may not appear on some input or editing screen.
  • Page 4 Chapter 14 General Operations Symbol Keyboard Description Displays other symbols. Returns to the Text Keyboard. Code Keyboard Date Keyboard • Specify a date by tapping it in the calendar, or by tapping the number keys. Description Scrolls the month shown on the input screen. Jumps to the month that contains today’s date as kept by the main clock.
  • Page 5 Calculator Keyboard • See “Using the Calculator Screen” on page 115 for details on mathematical operations. Time Setting Screens There are two basic time setting screens that you can switch between while inputting time data: a dial type screen and a time bar type screen. The dial type screen is best for setting a single time, while the bar type screen lets you specify a time period (start time and end time) quickly and easily.
  • Page 6 Chapter 14 General Operations • Specify a time by tapping the hour or minutes in the input dial. You can also input individual digits on the keypad. • The time format you should use for input should match the format of the system setting you selected under “Setting the Date, Time, Calendar, and Keyboard Formats”...
  • Page 7: Selecting A Range Of Text By Dragging

    • The time format you should use for input should match the format of the system setting you selected under “Setting the Date, Time, Calendar, and Keyboard Formats” on page 161. • Use the number buttons to input individual digits. •...
  • Page 8: Closing A Screen

    Chapter 14 General Operations Cut, Copy, Paste The cut, copy, and paste functions of the PV Unit operate just as they do on a personal computer. To cut or copy data 1. Drag the stylus across characters on the display that you want to cut or copy.
  • Page 9: Using The Quick Find Feature

    Using the Quick Find Feature The Quick Find feature automatically remembers a list of words you have recently input, and displays a list of candidates when it senses you are inputting one of the words again. You can tap a word in the list of candidates to input it, without having to type all the characters.
  • Page 10: Editing Data Items

    Chapter 14 General Operations Editing Data Items Use the following procedure to edit data items. This general procedure applies in all modes. 1. Select the data item you want to edit. • You can select an item by displaying its data screen, or by tapping the item on a list screen, calendar, etc.
  • Page 11: Deleting Data

    Deleting Data The following describes the general procedure for deleting data. 1. Enter the mode that contains the data you want to delete. 2. If you want to delete a particular data item, select the item. 3. Tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap Edit – Delete to display the data delete screen.
  • Page 12 Chapter 14 General Operations Delete Operations Table Delete Operation Description Single data item Deletes the data item that is selected when Edit – Delete is tapped. Schedule data items Deletes all Schedule data. Done data items Deletes all done To Do data items. To Do data items Deletes all To Do data.
  • Page 13: Searching For Data

    Searching for Data You can use either initial character search or all search to look for specific data in the Scheduler (Schedule, To Do, Reminder), Contacts, and Memo Modes. Note that both search operations check the data only in specific entries (fields) of each data item.
  • Page 14: Search Results

    Chapter 14 General Operations 3. Tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap Edit – Search. 4. Tap Initial to specify initial character search or All to specify all search. 5. Input up to 12 search characters. 6.
  • Page 15: Changing The Display Font

    Changing the Display Font You can select one of two different display fonts for list and data screens in the Scheduler, Contacts, Memo, Expense Manager, and Mail Modes. 1. Display the list screen or data screen in the mode whose display font you want to change.
  • Page 16 Chapter 14 General Operations Screens Version List Applications Operating System Application Version Details Operating System Version Details...
  • Page 17 To display version information 1. On the Mode Menu, tap the Menu Bar icon to display the menu bar, and then tap Option. 2. Tap Version to display the version list screen. 3. Tap an item in the list to display its full data. 4.