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Congratulations on purchasing the Hewlett-Packard Jornada 600 Series Handheld PC (H/PC), a mobile device powered by the Microsoft® Win- dows® CE operating system. The HP Jornada 600 Series H/PC is available in four models: the HP Jornada 680e, 680, 690e, and 690. This User’s Guide includes instructions for all four models.
User’s Guide. Detailed, step-by-step instructions for using the programs on your HP Jornada are also included in online Help, so you do not have to carry this guide when you travel. (For more information on using online Help, see the Using Help on your HP Jornada section in chapter 2.)
• Synchronize mail messages, contacts, appointments, and tasks with your desktop or notebook PC in just a few steps. (See the Synchronizing data section in chapter 3.) • Carry your HP Jornada with you. The HP Jornada weighs only 510 g (1.1 lb), including batteries.
• Expand your functionality with PC Card accessories. (See the Accessories section in chapter 7.) • Get it all in one package. Your HP Jornada comes complete with a built-in modem (models 680 and 690 only). HP Jornada is your mobile computing companion. Several valuable features allow you to stay organized and in touch while you’re on the road.
Access databases when you return to your office. • Pocket PowerPoint—Create professional presentations on your desktop, and then take them with you to show on your HP Jornada. Or, use a PC Card VGA adapter (F1252A) to project them to an external monitor or VGA projector.
• bFAX Pro—Send Word documents or typed notes and receive faxes with bFAX Pro from bSquare. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP Applications, and then tap one of the following choices. • HP viewer—Display Calendar, Task, and Contact information (Pocket Outlook) in as much detail as you need so that you are always in control of your schedule.
On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP Utilities, and then tap one of the following choices. • HP settings—Adjust screen controls and sound volume to suit any work environment. Or, choose from four preset profiles for different environ- ments, and change all options with the touch of a button.
This section will help you start using your Hewlett-Packard Jornada 600 Series Handheld PC (H/PC). You will learn how to set up your HP Jornada, discover how to customize the Microsoft Windows CE operating system to work for you, and you will have a brief introduction to Windows CE. When you have finished this chapter, you will have all the information you need to begin working with your HP Jornada.
(For more information, see the Connecting the telephone line section in chapter 6.) • DC jack and AC power adapter—Connect your HP Jornada to AC power anywhere in the world to charge the main battery or to connect to your desktop PC.
• Infrared port (SIR IrDA–compliant transceiver)—Enables you to send and receive files by infrared beam between your HP Jornada and another HP Jornada or palmtop PC, or between your HP Jornada and an infrared- equipped printer or desktop PC. (For more information, see the Connect- ing by infrared section in chapter 3 and the Infrared transfer section in chapter 8.)
Connecting for the first time section in chapter 3.) Follow the steps in this section to start using your HP Jornada for the first time. As part of the setup process, you will install the main battery, activate the backup battery, turn on the device, and complete the Windows CE Welcome Wizard.
7 hours; however, battery life will vary depending on how you use your HP Jornada. The main battery fits into the bottom of your HP Jornada, as shown in the following diagram. Place the main battery in the battery slot on the bottom of your HP Jornada and push firmly until it snaps into place.
To avoid running out of battery power, you can operate your HP Jornada on AC power using the supplied AC adapter. The AC adapter accepts 100 to 240 V, enabling you to connect to AC power anywhere in the world. When...
For convenience, the stylus is stored in the stylus slot on the front of the HP Jornada. To remove the stylus, push on the stylus to release the catch as you slide it out of the slot.
To replace the stylus, insert the pointed end of the stylus into the slot and push until it clicks into place. After you install the main battery, your HP Jornada will turn on automatically. At startup, the Hewlett-Packard welcome screen appears. Then, after a few moments, the Windows CE Welcome Wizard begins.
Before you can use the stylus to navigate, you must calibrate the touch screen to align the image on the screen with the touch-sensitive coating. The first screen of the Welcome Wizard prompts you to calibrate the touch screen by tapping a series of targets at different locations on the screen. From time to time, you might notice that the accuracy of your stylus tap diminishes.
Windows CE displays current time and regional information for the city you designate as your “Home City.” Tap the city nearest your home from the drop-down list on the Home City tab. If your city is not listed, you can use the World Clock control panel to add it later.
You can also type a note to be displayed; for example, offering a reward for the safe return of your HP Jornada. To display your owner information each time you start your HP Jornada, select the Display Owner Identification check box under At Power On.
Use the Start menu to open settings, online Help, recently used documents, and programs such as the HP Applications. Just tap Start, and then tap the program or item you want to open. In addition to the Start menu, the taskbar contains buttons for the programs you have running, a status area, and a desktop icon.
One of the most convenient features of Windows CE and HP Jornada is “instant on.” With instant on, there is no waiting for HP Jornada to start up or shut down; you can start working immediately by pressing the On/Off key on the upper right corner of the keyboard.
To provide full functionality in a smaller size, the HP Jornada keyboard lets you accomplish common tasks with a few convenient key combinations: • To turn the caps lock on or off, press and hold the Fn/AltGr key as you press the left key.
Using the HP settings application section in chapter 7 or the HP settings topic in online Help. The audio buttons on the front of your HP Jornada enable you to record and play voice memos without even opening the cover. For more information on recording voice memos, see the Recording and playing voice memos section in chapter 4.
Your HP Jornada 600 Series Handheld PC works perfectly as a standalone computer. But to get the most out of your HP Jornada, you will want to connect to your desktop or notebook PC. This chapter describes how to establish a connection between your HP Jornada and a desktop PC, and how to use your HP Jornada with a desktop PC—or with any PC that has Microsoft Windows CE...
Microsoft Windows CE Services with ActiveSync enables you to synchronize the information on your desktop PC with the information on your HP Jornada. Synchronization compares the data on your device with your desktop PC and updates both computers with the most recent information. For example: •...
The Desktop Software for Microsoft Windows CE compact disc includes the following software options for your desktop PC. • Windows CE Services—Enables you to connect your HP Jornada to a desktop or notebook PC running Windows 95 or Windows NT.
CE Services, and then restart your desktop PC. After you restart your PC, the Windows CE Services Get Connected dialog box appears, prompting you to connect your HP Jornada. • If you connect using the docking cradle or sync cable, connect your device as described in the next section, Connecting by serial connection, and then click Start.
The HP Jornada uses a serial connection to communicate with a desktop PC. Use the sync cable that was included with your HP Jornada to connect the docking cradle or the device to a 9-pin serial communications port on your desktop PC.
PC, you can connect your HP Jornada directly to a desktop PC using only the sync cable. (You can also connect and synchronize by infrared. For more information, see the Connecting by infrared section in this chapter.)
HP Jornada. The name can be anything you choose (up to 15 alphanumeric characters, no spaces) and should provide an easy way for you to identify your HP Jornada. The description could be the make and model of the device (for example, HP Jornada 680 H/PC) or a property control number.
HP Jornada. The Connection Status dialog box may provide information about the problem. You should also confirm that both the desktop PC and the HP Jornada are communicating at the same baud rate. To check the baud rate on your desktop PC, click Communications on the File menu of the Mobile Devices window.
After you have established a partnership, you have several options for connecting your device to your desktop partner in the future. You can set Windows CE Services to automatically detect your HP Jornada and establish a connection whenever you connect the sync cable. Using the COM port on your desktop PC is the easiest way for you to connect, unless you use that port for other peripherals.
In the Connection Status dialog box, tap Disconnect. You can use the infrared port on your HP Jornada to connect to a desktop or notebook PC that is running Windows 95 (or later). Once connected, you can transfer files and synchronize Pocket Outlook data and e-mail messages just as if you had connected using a sync cable or a docking cradle.
On your HP Jornada Start menu, point to Programs, point to Communications, and then tap PC Link. In some cases, you may need to connect your HP Jornada to a desktop PC other than your partner. Or, if you have logged on to your desktop PC under a different user name or performed a full reset of your H/PC, your desktop PC will not recognize your HP Jornada as its partner.
PC. Restoring data in this way will replace all existing data on the HP Jornada with the data in the backup file on your PC. While your HP Jornada is connected to a desktop PC, you can use Windows CE Services to browse the contents of your HP Jornada from your desktop.
Properties on the File menu. Windows CE Services with ActiveSync enables you to synchronize data between your HP Jornada and desktop PC, so the names you add to your Contacts database and the appointments you add to your Calendar while traveling can be automatically updated on your desktop PC when you return.
You can set ActiveSync either to synchronize automatically each time you connect your HP Jornada to your desktop PC or to synchronize continu- ously whenever the synchronized information changes, for as long as the computers are connected. You can also synchronize at any moment by choosing Synchronize Now from the Tools menu in the Mobile Devices window.
If the same item (for example, an appointment or a task) has been modified on both the desktop PC and on the HP Jornada, ActiveSync will indicate that a Synchronization conflict has occurred. When the Resolve Conflicts dialog box appears, you can either resolve the conflict by selecting one of the items to replace or you can ignore the conflict, leaving the data on both computers unchanged.
• Messages on the two computers are linked. So, for instance, if you delete a message on your HP Jornada, it will also be deleted on your desktop PC the next time you synchronize. • Messages in the Outbox folder on your HP Jornada are transferred to the Outbox on your desktop PC and then sent from that program.
HP dialup (see chapter 6). In addition, you must set up the target PC to receive your calls as follows.
Next. If you have the HP Jornada 680 or 690, select Built-In Modem from the list of modems. If you have the HP Jornada 680e or 690e, select the appropriate option for the modem you have installed. Tap TCP/IP Settings, and then tap the General tab. Make sure the Use Server-assigned IP Address check box is selected.
Connect. You can copy files between your HP Jornada and desktop PC by dragging icons to or from the HP Jornada icon in the Mobile Devices window, or by using the Cut, Copy, and Paste commands on the Edit menu.
If you have an older palmtop PC or handheld PC, you can transfer personal information manager (PIM) data (Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks data) to your HP Jornada, saving you the task of re-entering entire lists of contacts or tasks. You can also copy all files, folders, and programs you have added from an older model Windows CE device to your HP Jornada.
Device Detected dialog box, click Synchronize to establish a partnership and synchronize your data. If your data is stored on an HP 100/200LX Palmtop PC or an HP OmniGo Organizer, you must first transfer the data to your desktop PC. Use the Hewlett-Packard PIM Translation Utility (for HP devices only) to import the data into Schedule+ 7.0a on your desktop PC.
Insert the HP Jornada Handheld PC compact disc into the CD-ROM drive on your desktop PC. On the main menu of the HP Jornada Handheld PC compact disc installation screen, click HP PIM Translation Utility. You can translate only one file at a time. To translate multiple PIM data files, you need to repeat the Translation operation for each file separately.
When translation is complete, a message appears. Click OK to return to the Welcome screen. The HP PIM Translation Utility attempts to map the fields in your Phone Book data file to standard fields in a Schedule+ record. As long as your Phone Book fields have standard names (that is, you have not modified the Phone Book database field structure), the translation is straightforward.
After each translation is finished, whether it completed successfully or was interrupted, the results are written onto the Status screen. Click the Status button on the Welcome screen to see the history of any translations begun during the current execution of the HP PIM Translation Utility.
Your Hewlett-Packard Jornada 600 Series Handheld PC comes with a variety of programs designed to help you stay organized. Use Microsoft Pocket Outlook and HP Jornada viewer to manage your contacts, tasks, and calendar while you are away from your office. When you return, you can synchronize your...
With Inbox, you can send and receive e-mail messages, either by synchroniz- ing with the mail program on your desktop PC (either Outlook or Exchange) or by connecting directly to your mail server through an Internet or network account. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Pocket Outlook, and tap either Calendar, Contacts, Inbox, or Tasks.
• If you send and receive messages using synchroniza- tion, select ActiveSync. • If you connect to an ISP or network, select the service you set up in Inbox or the HP Jornada dialup application. Tap OK. On the File menu, tap Make Meeting.
On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Pocket Outlook, and tap Contacts. –or– Tap the Contacts hot key. On the File menu, tap New Contact. Type a name. Tap Business or Personal and type information in the appropriate fields.
6 months at a time. HP viewer also enables you to view a single field for any record or to switch instantly to Pocket Outlook for editing.
HP viewer lets you view your calendar in Day, Week, Month, or n-Month view. • Tap the Calendar icon on the left side of the HP viewer window to display Calendar information. • Tap a View button on the toolbar to change views.
Month View to display calendars for several months at a time. Tap a day to display detailed information about appointments or events scheduled on that day. HP viewer lets you view all information for a particular contact on a single screen.
Select Primary Key dialog box. You can also use HP viewer to view task information for any field, including Notes. • Type in the Find Task box to display only tasks that match the letter(s) you type.
Quickly jot notes and reminders or new contact information on the notepad. Then, save your notes in quick pad or send them to the appropriate database, such as your Contacts or Tasks list. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP Applications, and tap HP quick pad. –or–...
Web browsers on a desktop PC. Use the audio buttons on the front of your HP Jornada to record and play voice memos without even opening the cover. To avoid inadvertently pressing one of the audio buttons, slide the audio lock to the left.
Press either the play next button or the play previous button on the front panel of the HP Jornada. Voice recorder begins playing all recordings in sequence. • To fast forward in the current recording, press and holdthe play next button.
Voice memos may consume large amounts of storage memory on your HP Jornada. If you record or store lots of voice memos, you may need to take steps to conserve memory. • Delete voice memos you no longer need. Select the recording in the list, and then tap Delete on the File menu.
Your Hewlett-Packard Jornada 600 Series Handheld PC can help you stay productive and be efficient, even when you are away from your desktop or notebook PC. You have access to Microsoft Pocket Office and other pre- installed programs to help you calculate expenses and conduct searches.
PC. You can start any of the Pocket Office programs by double-tapping the appropriate icon on the desktop or by pressing the appropriate HP hot key. For more detailed information about these programs, see the Microsoft Pocket Office topic in online Help.
You can show the presentation directly on your HP Jornada, or you can use an HP VGA out card to connect an external monitor or a projector and show the presentation to a large group. This option allows you to view PowerPoint speaker notes on the HP Jornada display while your presentation is showing on the external monitor.
Manual under Presentation Display in step 4, use the Previous and Next buttons to control the slides. Insert an HP VGA out card into your HP Jornada, and then connect the card to a monitor or projector according to the instructions that came with the card.
You can use Pocket Access to view and update data derived from Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, and other ODBC databases on your HP Jornada. You can open the database and update data in the correspond- ing tables or you can fill out electronic forms. Eventually, you should synchronize the new information with a larger database on your desktop PC or your corporate network.
Repeat these steps until you have created all the fields you want for your table. 10. On the File menu, tap Save Table. You can print your Pocket Office and other documents from your HP Jornada in three different ways:...
Set other print options as necessary. Tap OK, and then line up the infrared port on your HP Jornada with the infrared port on the printer. InkWriter, a text, graphics, and ink processor with Rich Ink technology, makes it easy to write and draw the way you do on paper, but with the benefit of being able to edit and format your writings and drawings.
• Use Windows CE Services to back up all data to your desktop PC. • Use the HP Jornada backup application to back up all data or only PIM data (HP quick pad, Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks databases) to a PC Card or CompactFlash Card or to internal memory.
You can also back up data to a folder on your HP Jornada; however, this will not preserve the information in case you lose power or need to perform a full reset. (See the Resetting section in chapter 8.) On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP Applications, and then tap HP backup.
OmniSolve. For detailed procedures about using OmniSolve, refer to online Help. You can send and receive faxes with your HP Jornada by using bFAX Pro. bFAX Pro allows you to send documents you have created in other pro- grams, receive faxes and view them as graphic files, and manage fax docu- ments stored on your HP Jornada.
With bFIND you can search for a word or text string in any database, file, filename, or e-mail message stored on your HP Jornada. Simply enter the characters you want to search for in the initial bFIND dialog box, and bFIND retrieves all occurrences of that string.
• Decide why and how you want to connect • Set up your HP Jornada to access personal e-mail and the Internet • Set up your HP Jornada to access corporate e-mail and your network or PC when you are away from the office (offsite) •...
If you want e-mail and Internet service only (with no access to a company network), you will need: • An installed modem—If you have the HP Jornada 680 or 690, you have an internal modem, so you are ready to go. If you have the HP Jornada 680e or 690e, you can choose from a variety of available PC Card modems.
• Access to a telephone line—You can connect to an analog telephone line with your HP Jornada 680 or 690. Or, if you have the HP Jornada 680e or 690e, you can connect to the telephone line supported by your PC Card modem.
After you have established an account with an ISP, you can set up a connec- tion on your HP Jornada and connect to the Internet and your e-mail when- ever you want. To make this configuration process easier, use the HP Jornada dialup application.
When you enter the IP address, you can also choose to use SLIP if your ISP uses this protocol. PPP is the default protocol, but SLIP is supported as well. If you choose to configure an e-mail service, HP dialup will prompt you to enter the following information: UserID and password—The user name (UserID) and password you use to...
If you choose to configure Web services, HP dialup prompts you to set options such as your Home and Search pages, AutoDial and Auto Discon- nect, plus Advanced options. Advanced options include enabling cookies, caching (and cache size), and security settings.
After you collect the necessary information, you are ready to start the HP Jornada dialup application. Double-tap the HP dialup icon on your HP Jornada desktop. The first dialog box appears. Fill in the information requested in each screen.
HP Jornada or to your PC Card modem (following the instructions provided by your modem manufacturer). When you are ready to dial in to your ISP, use the HP dialup window. Double-tap the HP dialup icon on your desktop. The HP dialup window appears.
• An installed modem—If you have the HP Jornada 680 or 690, you have an internal modem, so you are ready to go. If you have the HP Jornada 680e or 690e, you can choose from a variety of available PC Card mo- dems.
HP Jornada 680 or 690. Or, connect to the telephone line supported by your PC Card modem if you have the HP Jornada 680e or 690e. The HP Jornada 680 and 690 have a built-in 56K V.90 modem for easy communication, so no installation is required.
After your network administrator has set up your account, you need to create a connection on your HP Jornada so that you can connect to your network, e-mail, and intranet (possibly including the Internet) easily whenever you want to. Use HP dialup to create the connection on your HP Jornada. HP dialup leads you through the process of configuring for your connections, including: •...
If you have a SLIP account, select the Use SLIP check box during the IP setup portion of the HP Jornada dialup configuration process. If you choose to configure an e-mail service, HP dialup will prompt you to enter the following information: UserID and password—...
If you choose to configure Web services, HP dialup prompts you to set options such as your Home and Search pages, AutoDial and Auto Discon- nect, and Advanced options. Advanced options include enabling cookies, caching (and cache size), and security settings.
Connect the telephone cord to the telephone jack. Connect the other end of the telephone cord to the telephone connector on the side of your HP Jornada or to your PC Card modem (following the instructions provided by your modem manufacturer).
Select a location and a connection from the drop-down boxes, and then tap Continue. In the HP dialup window, confirm the user name and password you use to log on to your network, and then select the modem you will use to dial the call.
IP address of your DNS and WINS servers. (Check with your network administrator for this information.) You must use an NIC to connect your HP Jornada directly to a LAN. NICs are available from several manufacturers as PC Card accessories. (For a list of recommended PC Card NICs, go to the Hewlett-Packard Web site at www.hp.com/jornada.) Install the PC Card NIC in the PC Card slot on your...
HP Jornada. Drivers for other cards must be obtained from the card manufacturer. Install software drivers as you would any other third-party program. (For more information, see the Installing programs section in chapter 7.) Contact your network administrator to set up an account or guest privileges on the network.
After you have connected your HP Jornada to the network, you can access a file on a network file server by typing the complete path to the file in the Windows CE address bar. On the Start menu, point to Programs, and then tap Windows Explorer.
Double-tap the HP dialup icon on your desktop. The HP dialup window appears. Select the location or connection that you want to modify from the drop-down lists, and then tap Edit. In the Connections or Locations dialog box, tap Create New Connec- tion or Create New Location.
Web or your intranet with Pocket Internet Explorer sections later in this chapter. • Connect your HP Jornada to a telephone line. If your HP Jornada does not have a built-in modem, install a PC Card modem. Get the following information from your service provider (ISP or network administrator): dial-up access telephone number, user name, password, and domain name.
Web, or receiving your CompuServe mail. You can use the Inbox program to send and receive e-mail over the Internet with your HP Jornada. You can also exchange e-mail over your company’s intranet, either by remote dial-up (using your modem) or by direct connection (with an NIC).
HP Jornada from your desktop computer (see the Synchronizing data section in chapter 3). If you send messages directly from your HP Jornada, you will first need to configure a connection to your ISP or network, and then set up an e-mail...
When you connect to a mail server, the messages on your device and mail server are synchronized: new messages or message headers are downloaded to the HP Jornada Inbox folder, messages in the HP Jornada Outbox folder are sent, and messages that have been deleted from your Inbox are removed from the server.
Pocket Word files (.pwd) can only be read by other Windows CE devices such as the HP Jornada. You can choose to save the file as .txt or .rtf if you are unsure, or you can choose to save the file as a Word file (.doc).
You can set Pocket Internet Explorer to automatically dial a connec- tion you create whenever you use Pocket Internet Explorer. If you set up the Web service using HP dialup, you can set different Web browsing options and preferences for each connection; the options you set in HP dialup determine the way Web pages are displayed.
AutoDial option. To connect using HP dialup, use the following procedure. Double-tap the HP dialup icon on your desktop. In the HP dialup window, select a location and a connection from the drop-down boxes, and then tap Continue. In the Dial dialog box, confirm the user name and password you use to connect to your ISP or network and select the modem you will use to dial the call.
Be sure to choose a mailbox password that your HP Jornada can support; that is, use only letters and numbers in your password. • Create a connection with HP dialup on your HP Jornada. You will have all the account information you need when you finish creating your POP3 mailbox at the CompuServe site.
This chapter details ways you can optimize your HP Jornada using Control Panel and HP Utilities, and ways you can expand the features and functional- ity of your HP Jornada by adding software and accessories. This chapter also offers tips on traveling with your HP Jornada and keeping your HP Jornada safe.
Windows CE desktop and working environment. You can add even more functionality to your HP Jornada by installing third- party software. A wide variety of commercial software is available for the Microsoft Windows CE operating system, ranging from custom business applications and system utilities to games and entertainment.
• Web browser (Netscape Navigator 2.0 or higher or Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.0 or higher) Explore the HP Jornada Handheld PC compact disc to enjoy these free software programs. For more information about a particular program, go to the Web site of the manufacturer of that program.
If prompted by the installer, perform a soft reset of your H/PC. For more information, see the Resetting section in chapter 8. After you have installed a program on your HP Jornada, you can use Win- dows CE Application Manager to remove the program or to reinstall the program after it has been removed.
Your HP Jornada comes with a selection of built-in fonts. You can add Windows fonts (.fon files) or TrueType fonts (.ttf files) to your HP Jornada for use in Pocket Word documents and Pocket Excel spreadsheets. Because fonts take up a significant amount of storage memory, install only the fonts you need, and delete those you do not need.
• Parallel printer cable (HP F1274A)—Allows connection to PCL3 printers (For a list of recommended printers, see the HP Web site.) • HP VGA out card (HP F1252A)—Enables you to connect your HP Jornada to an external monitor or projector for presentation •...
PC Card or CompactFlash Card, or install both at the same time. The PC Card fits in the slot on the left side of the HP Jornada. Carefully slide the card into the PC Card slot. The expansion module...
Press the PC Card release tab. Do not obstruct the slot opening or hold down the expansion module. The PC Card will be pushed out of the slot slightly. Grasp the PC Card and pull it completely out of the slot. When using thicker PC Cards (for instance PCMCIA I/O Cards), you may initially feel some slight resistance when pulling out the card.
Your HP Jornada includes an auto run feature, which enables you to automati- cally start a program stored on a PC Card or CompactFlash Card simply by inserting the card into your HP Jornada. This feature is designed for use by advanced users.
If you notice that your HP Jornada is running slowly or that your programs do not run consistently, try increasing program memory. If you need more memory for files and docu-...
For more information, see the Resetting section in chapter 8. The Recycle Bin on your HP Jornada desktop works in the same way as the Recycle Bin on your desktop PC. When you delete a file on your HP Jornada, the file is moved to the Recycle Bin.
HP Jornada at all times. If your HP Jornada runs out of power, all informa- tion you have entered will be lost. The Windows CE operating system and programs are stored in ROM, and cannot be erased;...
Insert the new battery pack and push firmly until it clicks into place. The coin-sized, lithium ion backup battery does not provide enough power to operate your HP Jornada. It is intended only to protect your data until the main battery is recharged.
–or– Double-tap the power status icon in the status area of the taskbar. The power area in the Power control panel indicates whether your HP Jornada is running on battery power or connected to AC power, and displays the status of both the main and backup batteries. In addition, the battery icon in...
On the Start menu, point to Settings, tap Control Panel, and then double-tap the Power icon. –or– Tap the HP settings hard icon, and then tap the battery icon on the Settings tab. On the Power Off tab, select Enable suspend while on battery power.
• Suspend frequently—Use the Power control panel to shorten the length of continuous idle time before your HP Jornada auto-suspends. Press the On/Off key or tap Suspend on the Start menu to turn off your HP Jornada when it is not in use, even for a short time.
• Turn off sounds—Use the HP settings application to mute the HP Jornada speaker, or use the Sound & Volume control panel to turn on only the most necessary system sounds. • Avoid using PC Cards while on battery power—Some PC Cards (espe- cially PC Card modems) use considerable power and will quickly drain your battery.
• HP backup—Use the HP backup control panel to back up or restore data when you are away from your desktop PC. For more information, see the Backing up your data section in chapter 5. • HP hot keys—Use the HP hot keys control panel to customize your HP Jornada hot keys and hard icons.
The HP hot keys (on the top row of the keyboard) and the HP hard icons (along the right edge of the screen) give you one-touch access to your favorite programs. Simply press a hot key or tap a hard icon to open the corresponding program.
The HP settings application allows you to change or adjust display and sound settings and allows you to check the status of constantly changing information about your HP Jornada at a glance, such as available memory and battery power. It also enables you to set the password delay feature for added security.
This section provides some tips to safeguard your HP Jornada—and the data it holds—from theft or loss. If you lose your HP Jornada, owner properties can provide an easy way for someone to identify you as the rightful owner and return your HP Jornada.
HP Jornada on and off to avoid draining the batteries, you can use the Password Delay Timer to set a short interval, so you will not need to retype your password if you turn on your HP Jornada within the time period that you specify.
On the Start menu, point to HP Utilities, and then tap HP settings. On the Password tab, select either Immediately after suspend or After suspending for, and then select a time period from the list. The compact size and portability of the HP Jornada make it the perfect traveling companion.
Before you put your HP Jornada in your briefcase, take a few minutes to prepare, and your trip will run smoothly. • Identify your HP Jornada—If you will be traveling for an extended period, update the owner properties to include your address or contact informa- tion at your destination.
• To create or edit a macro, tap Macro Control, and then tap Macro List on the HP macro menu. • To play a macro, tap the name of the macro on the HP macro menu. For complete instructions on creating, editing, and playing macros, includ- ing the HP macro command reference, refer to the HP macro topic in online Help.
Follow these tips to ensure long and trouble-free use: Touching the HP Jornada screen with your hand will leave a trace of natural oil that may make it difficult to read the screen. To clean the screen, use a commercial glass cleaner sprayed on a soft cloth.
• Always keep the sync cable attached while syncing with your partner PC. • Only use a modem that has been approved for use with your HP Jornada (Models 680e and 690e only). For a list of approved modems, go to the Hewlett-Packard Web site at www.hp.com/jornada.
This section offers troubleshooting help for trying to connect your HP Jornada to other computers. For problems communicating with your desktop, see Windows CE Services Help.
• Make sure the modem is firmly seated and connected to both your HP Jornada and the telephone jack. • Disable call waiting. On the Start menu, point to Settings, tap Control Panel, and then double-tap the Dialing icon.
If you are having trouble viewing your data, here are some suggestions. If your HP Jornada fails to respond when you briefly press the On/Off button, be sure you have pressed the button firmly. If that does not work: •...
This is a normal occurrence with LCD screens and is not permanent. Occasionally, you will need to reset your HP Jornada, for example, after you restore data from your desktop PC or when the operating system stops responding. There are two methods of resetting: •...
Perform a full reset only when your HP Jornada does not respond to a soft reset. A full reset will erase all data you have entered, including all files, system settings, and programs you have installed. If you have forgotten your password, you will also need to perform a full reset.
| 137 Your HP Jornada H/PC comes with a limited one-year warranty. Your HP Jornada H/PC (except for the coin-cell backup battery, or damage caused by this battery) and accessories are warranted by Hewlett-Packard against defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of original purchase.
138 | HP Jornada 600 Series User’s Guide No other express warranty is given. The repair or replacement of a product is your exclusive remedy. ANY OTHER IMPLIED WARRANTY OR MER- CHANTABILITY OR FITNESS IS LIMITED TO THE ONE-YEAR DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY.
If your HP Jornada requires service, contact Hewlett-Packard for service information, shipping instructions, and out-of-warranty service charges before you send your unit to HP for repair. In countries not listed in the table, contact your Hewlett-Packard authorized dealer or sales office.
140 | HP Jornada 600 Series User’s Guide Have the following information about the product: • Model number • Serial number • Purchase date Have your product ready to use. The support personnel may ask you to run tests and other operations.
142 | HP Jornada 600 Series User’s Guide All Customer Care Centers are available during office hours. Pre-sales Information in the USA is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Support & Service in the USA can be contacted from 5 am to 5 pm Pacific...
| 143 This chapter provides guidance and hints to help you work in a comfortable and ergonomically low-risk environment. If you experience pain or discomfort while using this or any other equipment, you should stop working and review this chapter. If the discomfort continues, stop using the equipment and consult a doctor as soon as possible.
144 | HP Jornada 600 Series User’s Guide By following the guidelines on proper setup and use of equipment and work environment, the risk of developing RSI can be minimized. However, if you experience any discomfort, seek professional advice immediately. Typically, the earlier a problem is diagnosed and treated, the easier it may be to resolve.
Ergonomics | 145 Avoid holding your muscles tense for long periods of time. Keep your fingers and body relaxed. Changing tasks frequently helps prevent muscle stiffness. Alternating between typing, writing, filing, and moving around in your work environment helps to keep muscles loose. When you are required to work on your computer for prolonged periods of time, take short breaks frequently.
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HP Jornada and desktop PC. You can specify the type of data you want to synchronize. backup file A duplicate copy of your HP Jornada files and data that is stored on your desktop PC or on a PC Card. This file does not include your HP Jornada settings and information stored in ROM, such as factory- installed software.
Using PC Cards and CompactFlash Cards section in chapter 7.) full reset A process that returns your HP Jornada to its original state by removing all power, thereby erasing all files and data you have saved. For more information, see the Resetting section in chapter 8.
An established relationship between your HP Jornada and your PC for the purpose of synchronizing and transferring data. Your HP Jornada can have partnerships with up to two desktop computers. PCT (Private Communication Technology) A protocol that maintains the security and integrity of Internet communications by using encryption, authentication, and message-authentication codes.
A connection between your HP Jornada and a remote computer or server. reset A process that either causes your HP Jornada to restart (soft reset) or causes all data stored in RAM to be erased (full reset). For more informa- tion, see the Resetting section in chapter 8.
152 | HP Jornada 600 Series User’s Guide Backup file 147 Battery backup 15, 113 installing main 13 main 112 Battery charging LED, described 10 Battery drain, troubleshooting 129 Battery power auto-suspend 115 conserving 115 managing 112 status 114 Battery, replacing main 113...
Cumulative trauma. See Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Cumulative trauma disorder 143. See also Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Customizing general options 117 HP hard icons 119 HP hot keys 119 Data synchronizing general 37 synchronizing selected 38 transferring personal information (PIM) 44 Data, migrating 44 with non–Windows CE palmtops 45...
154 | HP Jornada 600 Series User’s Guide Editing changing device name 31 HP hard icons 119 HP hot keys 119 HP Jornada for infrared connection 35 memory locations 111 Windows CE Services for infrared connection 35 Electrical interference 128...
119 described 11 failure 131 overview 8 restoring default assignment 120 starting 119 HP hot keys control panel 118 HP Jornada Backup application 68 HP Jornada for infrared connection, setting up 35 HP Jornada Viewer overview 53 starting 53...
156 | HP Jornada 600 Series User’s Guide Mail General Preferences dialog box 94 Mail Inbox Preferences dialog box 94 Mail Service Definition dialog box 93 Maintenance, HP Jornada 127 Make New Connection dialog box 42 Mapping additions 48 changes 48...
HP F1275A 106 HP F1281A 112, 123 HP F1282A 106, 112 HP F1284 106 HP F1295A 106 HPF1248A 106 Partnership between PC and HP Jornada automatic connections 34 future connections 33 manual connections 34 overview 31 troubleshooting 32 using New Partnership Wizard 31...
158 | HP Jornada 600 Series User’s Guide Ports 9-pin serial 29 infrared 34 Power displaying information about 121 troubleshooting 128 turning off and on 21 Power control panel 21, 118 description 118 opening 114 overview 114 Power Off tab 115...
105 TTY terminal emulation 7 txt file 96 Unicode Text Document 110 Use Server-assigned IP Address check box 42 Using the HP settings application 23 VGA-compatible monitor 64 Viewing Calendar information 54 Calendar, Tasks, and Contacts 54 Contacts information 55...
160 | HP Jornada 600 Series User’s Guide Viewing Pocket Outlook information. See HP Jornada Viewer Voice memos 58 playing without opening HP Jornada 59 recording and playing within Voice Recorder 59 recording without opening HP Jornada Voice Recorder, voice memos 59 Volume &...
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