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Chapter 5: Advanced Operations

This chapter introduces you to some of the more advanced aspects of the DPM:

Assigning a Keyword

Transferring data between the DPM and a PC
Note: These functions are only available when using the DPM 9220 together with SpeechExec program.
Assigning a Keyword
The DPM 9220 is delivered with one predefined Keyword. The predefined usage of this Keyword is Folder , the
corresponding predefined content strings are Folder 1 to Folder 10 . The Keyword's usage and content strings
cannot be modified.
The predefined Keyword must be loaded into the device via the SpeechExec program. Connect the device to the
PC with the USB cable and start SpeechExec. Open the DPM Wizard via the DPM menu or the toolbar button.
Check all settings, make any changes necessary and click Finish to transfer the settings to the device. Folder 1
to Folder 10 are now loaded into your DPM.
For more information on DPM Keywords, refer to the SpeechExec Online Help .
To assign one of the predefined Keyword definitions to a dictation, do the following:
1. Press the Jog Dial for about two seconds to access the DPM menu entry for assigning Keyword definitions.
Note: The menu entry will display the current assignment, for example: Folder: Folder 2
2. To access the Keyword's content definitions, press the Jog Dial again: Folder 1 , Folder 2 , ..., Folder 10
3. Move the Jog Dial to scroll to the folder you want to assign.
4. Confirm your selection by pressing the Jog Dial and to return to the DPM main menu.
The selected Keyword content (for example, Folder 5 ) will be stored with your dictation. Any new dictation you
create will be assigned the same information unless you select different Keyword content.
You can select a different Keyword content as long as no recording has been done in the file. After recording has
been done in the file, it is possible to choose a different Keyword content on the DPM display. That change will
not take effect for the current file but from the next new file onwards.
Note: If the DPM goes into Power Save mode while assigning a Keyword content, the DPM is reactivated in Stop
mode. Any unconfirmed Keyword assignment will have been discarded. You have to access the DPM menu and
repeat the Keyword assignment.
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