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carlpattison 10:05am on Sunday, April 11th, 2010 
For fifteen years, I had a Sharp YO-600 electronic organizer. It only had 64 KB of memory. For about 7 years i own a calculator-like organizer and i love it... but i take so many notes-memos and that type of organizers have limits.

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Backlight

The Backlight allows you to view the display and use the Organizer even in low-light conditions. Pressing z once illuminates the display for as long as you continue to use the Organizer; if no key activities are detected within the specified interval, it will automatically be turned off. To turn the Backlight off, press z again.
Turning the Key Sound On and Off
1. Tap ! once, twice, or three times to display the third page of the Main menu, then tap :. 2. In the list of Setup items, tap to select 6. Key Tone. 3. The default is ON. Tap OFF to turn off the key sound.
Checking Available Memory

Display Symbols

Alarm icon: The Alarm is ON and will ring at the specified time. Schedule icon: Appears when the Home clock time reaches the Reminder time or Start time of a schedule entry. Disappears when the time reaches the End time of the entry. Anniversary sign: Appears prior to a special day programmed in the Anniversary Reminder. C Capitalized (uppercase) letters will be entered. b Beep sound: Key touch sound (beep) is ON. Daily Alarm: The Daily Alarm is ON and is set to ring at the specified time every day. B Low Battery sign: Indicates that the battery level is extremely low. (Replace the operating battery with a new one immediately.) Secret sign: Secret function is in effect. (The password will be required to view/edit entries.) The display examples in this manual show only the symbols required for each explanation.
1. Tap ! once, twice, or three times to display the third page of the Main menu, then tap :. 2. In the list of Setup items, tap to select 7. Check Memory. The memory check display will appear indicating the remaining memory space. The following will be displayed: Memory Free: available memory space Reusable: amount of reusable memory space after running Memory Management (see page 27).
Entering User Information
1. Tap ! once, twice, or three times, then tap to select :. 2. In the list of Setup items, tap to select "2. User Information". 3. On the menubar, tap , then enter your name, address, e-mail, and mobile phone information with the touch keyboard. Refer to page 5 "Entering Characters" for more information. 4. At the completion of each field entry, tap Enter. To save entries, tap Enter at the Mobile entry field, or tap on the menubar. To edit the information, tap , then select "Edit Entry". To delete the whole entry, select "Delete Entry" in the menu.

Home Clock Mode

World Clock Mode

Setting the Home Clock

1. Enter the Home Clock Mode; tap the h icon in the Main menu. Note: During the period of Daylight Saving Time (summer time), set the DST ON beforehand as described in "Setting Daylight Saving Time ON/OFF" later on this page. 1. Tap ! once, twice, or three times, then tap to select h or ;. 2. The date format key (default: MDY) should be found near the bottom of the screen. Each time the date format key is tapped, the three date formats will be rotated as follows: Mode Month-Day-Year (MDY) Jan 24, 2005 Jan. 24,2005 Day-Month-Year (DMY) 24 Jan. 2005 Year-Month-Day (YMD) 2005 Jan. 24 2. Tap e to enter the clock setting mode. The hour field will be selected. 3. While the cursor is in the field, enter the appropriate number by using the soft number key. 4. The cursor moves to the minute field; set the appropriate minutes. When done, set AM/PM (if 12-hour time system is selected; tap l to move the cursor to the Month field), as well as month, day and year, in the same manner. Then, tap j several times to select the home country field. 5. While the cursor is at the country field, use k and/or m key to browse through the list of country names. When done, move on to the city field by tapping the l key once. 6. Likewise, select the home city. 7. When done, tap ' to activate the settings.
Selecting the date format (Default: Month-Day-Year)
Note: The selected date format affects all modes in the Organizer. Entering dates in other modes will have to comply with the date format settings here; entering 24 for the month, for instance, will be rejected.
Selecting the 12- or 24-hour time system (Default: 12 hour)
In the Home Clock or World Clock Mode, tap Z the appropriate number of times to select the 12-hour or 24-hour system.
Setting Daylight Saving Time (DST: Summer time) ON/OFF
Tap to toggle the DST setting. When DST is ON, a DST icon appears on the screen. The adjusted time will be displayed.
The Organizer has 2 types of alarm: 1. Daily Alarm.. Sounds every day at the specified time (for approx. 1 minute), when " " is displayed. Up to 3 alarms can be set separately (Alarm1, Alarm2, and Alarm3). 2. Schedule Alarm. Sounds at the specified times set in the Schedule entries (see page 12). Note: Each Alarm can be set independently from other Alarms. Once set, the Alarm can be activated or deactivated by tapping o or ).
When the set time arrives, the Alarm will sound, and the reminder message will be displayed.
The Timer Mode literally functions as a timer. When the specified time passes, the Organizer will remind you with the alarm sound.
Press any key or tap the screen to stop the Alarm sounding.

Setting the Alarm time Setting the Timer
1. Tap h, then tap the Home Clock menu on the menu bar. 2. In the list of menu, tap to select (or use k or m to select, then press x) a desired Alarm: Alarm 1, Alarm 2, or Alarm 3. 3. Tap the icon to edit the selected Alarm setup. 4. Enter the Alarm time to activate. Each field value can be increased or decreased by using the k or m keys. 5. When done, tap the Note field. Enter a reminder here, if desired. 6. Tap , or press x to activate the Alarm settings. While the Alarm is activated, the icon will appear on the screen.
1. Tap ! once, twice, or three times, then find and tap the Q icon to enter the Timer Mode. 2. In the Timer Mode, set the Timer activation time. Enter "000130", for example, to set the Timer to activate at a minute and a half later. When done entering, tap Enter. The Timer is now activated, and the clock starts ticking. 3. The Timer alarm should sound after one minute and thirty seconds later. Tap the screen, or press any key to stop the alarm sounding. Note: Only one Timer can be set at a time. The largest Timer interval to be set is 23:59:59. The alarm will automatically stop sounding after 1 minute.

Telephone Mode

Four telephone entry categories are available: Business, Personal, Unfiled, and All. Selecting the Business category, for example, will display the entries categorized as Business, so that data can be browsed easily. Selecting All, on the other hand, will list all entries. 2. Tap , then select New Entry in the menu. 3. Enter data in the Last Name field: enter Smith. Note: Data must be entered in the Last Name, First Name or Company field to make the new entry valid. 4. Tap m , then enter the First Name: enter John. Entry area can be selected by using m or k , or simply by tapping the desired entry field. 5. Set the cursor at the Company field, then enter ABC International Co. 6. Tap m to move the cursor to the Home Number field, then enter 585-4280. Note: Data must be entered in at least one of the four phone number fields (Home, Work, Mobile, and Fax) to make the new entry valid. To select a desired category, use the menu on the Telephone Mode menu bar. <Example> Enter the contact info. for a business partner, John Smith. 1. In the Main menu, tap v to enter the Telephone Mode, then tap the menu on the left side of the menu bar to set the category for this new entry (Business, for example).
In each category, 11 entry fields are available as follows: Maximum number of alphanumeric characters Field Name Last name: First name: Company: Home: Work: Fax: Mobile: Pager: Address: E-mail: Note:
7. Press m and enter 619-542-7320 as the Work Number.

Calendar Mode

Use the Calendar Mode to quickly view/add Schedule, To Do, and Anniversary entries.
8. Enter the rest of the fields, then tap to store the entry. The overview of the new entry will be displayed. To verify entries, scroll down the display area by tapping m.

Search

1. Tap v , then select the category in the menu bar. 2. Tap , then select Search Entry in the menu. 3. Select desired field by tapping the field name (Last Name, for example), then enter a string to be searched (Smi, in this example). To navigate the calendar, use the following keys: : Displays the previous month. : Displays the next month. Up to 10 characters can be entered in the Search entry field. on the menu bar, or press 4. Tap x. If there is no matching data, Not Found! will appear, then the screen will return to the Search display. The monthly calendar of the current month will be displayed, with the current day highlighted. 1. In the Main menu, tap a to enter the Calendar Mode.
Navigating the monthly calendar display
k: Displays the next year in the monthly view. In the weekly view, it will scroll through the entry items of the day. m: Displays the previous year in the monthly view. In the weekly view, it will scroll through the entry items of the day. jl: the weekly view mode, move between the previously entered jl: In In the weekly view mode, rotate through previously entered To To Do, Anniversary, and Schedule items. Do, Anniversary, and Schedule items. : Displays the weekly view. : Displays a set of menus. Refer to Schedule, To Do, and Anniversary Mode sections of this manual for details.

See also

Entering Characters... 5 Editing Entries... 20 Deleting Entries... 20
Verifying Schedule, To Do, and Anniversary Mode entries
Schedule, To Do, or Anniversary entries will be indicated as dots on the right side of the day number. In this example, one or more entries in all three Modes exist on the 5th. To verify entries, tap twice on the desired day. Note New Sch, New ToDo, and/or New Ann will appear when no entries under the categories are found on the day. An empty entry cannot be viewed; if an Anniversary entry is present but nothing else, then a list of Anniversary entries will be displayed. New entries can be entered by selecting New Sch, New ToDo, or New Ann. Refer to Schedule, To Do, and Anniversary Mode sections of this manual for details.

Schedule Mode

7. Set the cursor at the end time of this event. Enter "11", then "00". When done, tap Enter to move the cursor at the Alarm Time field. 8. To set an alarm for this event, tap Yes, enter the Alarm Time (9:30, for example), then tap Enter to move onto the Description field. If no alarm is desired, then tap No to skip the Alarm Time entry. 9. Enter a description for this event (Project meeting) using the alphabet keys. The Description field can hold up to 485 characters.

Time bar

<Example> A project meeting will be held from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM on September 15, 2005. 1. In the Main menu, tap g to enter the Schedule Mode. 2. Tap to select New Entry in the menu. A data entry screen appears, with the cursor set at the date of the entry to be set. 3. Display the desired month by tapping and/or. Use and/or to scroll the calendar vertically. 4. Tap the desired day on the calendar, or set the date by using the number keys. Tap 09152005 to set the entry date on September 15, 2005. 5. When done, tap Enter to set the cursor at the next field. A Time bar appears on the screens center. 6. At the Time field, tap "10", then "00" on the Time bar.

<Example> You have to visit the NY Exhibition by December 10, 2005. 1. In the Main menu, tap t to enter the To Do Mode. 2. In the To Do Mode, tap to select New Entry in the menu. The To Do entry display will appear. 3. Enter 12052005 at the date entry field. This will set up the Start date of the event. When done, tap Enter , or tap the next field. 4. In this field, set the end date of this event. Enter 12102005 for December 10, 2005. When done, tap Enter to continue. Note The end date of the event must be later than the Start date. 5. Tap to set the priority number from 1 (High) to 5 (Low), then tap Enter. 6. At the To Do description entry field, up to 482 alphanumeric characters can be entered. Enter Visit NY Exhibition, then tap to set and activate the entry.
Setting Entry Status to Done/Pending
1. In the Main menu, tap t to enter the To Do Mode. A list of To Do entries appear. 2. Tap to select and open the desired entry. The overview of the entry will show. You can store memos using the Memo Mode. Up to 986 alphanumeric characters in the Memo entry field, and maximum of 20 characters for each title entry, can be entered per entry.

Memo Mode

<Example> Enter your passport number: 12AB34567 1. In the Main menu, tap the w icon to enter the Memo Mode. 2. Tap , then select New Entry from the menu items. 3. In the Title field, enter a title for this entry. Up to 20 alphanumeric characters can be entered in this entry field. Enter Passport No. When done, tap the next entry field (or use m or x) to move on. 4. In the Memo field, up to 986 alphanumeric characters can be entered. Enter 12AB34567, then tap to store and activate the entry.
3. Tap the Pending/Done checkbox, indicating either Pending or Done. The entry status dialog box will appear. Tap Yes or No to answer the Is it Done? or Is it Pending? dialog. Entries for each status can be viewed by tapping "Pending" or "Done" in the To Do menu. Tap "All" to view all To Do entries.
Direct search can be done by either the title or the Memo contents. 1. In the Main menu, tap w to enter the Memo Mode. 2. In the Memo Mode, tap to select Search Entry in the menu. The Search entry screen will appear. 3. Tap to select Title or Memo checkbox (Title in this example). Refer to E-mail on page 32 for details. The software downloads the existing Inbox data of Microsoft Outlook. File attachments cannot be downloaded. You can download e-mail messages of up to 30 KB (ca. 30000 characters, including header information) per message. Newer messages will be given higher priority for downloading.

Viewing E-mail

1. In the Main menu, tap E-Mail to enter the E-mail Viewer Mode. 2. Touch the highlighted line to view the details. Tap to view the article page by page. Tap k m to move line by line.
4. Enter a string you wish to search for (Pass, in this example). When done, tap search. to execute the
1. In the Main menu, tap E-Mail to enter the E-mail Viewer Mode. 2. Tap to select Search Entry in the menu. The Search entry screen will appear. 3. Tap to select the Subject or Date checkbox. If Subject is selected, then a search string can be entered in the field below. If Date is selected, an entry area for date will appear. Enter the date you wish to search. 4. When done entering, tap to execute the search. 17

E - Mail Viewer Mode

You can download e-mail messages (body text only) to the unit from your PC by installing the PC software on the supplied CD-ROM.

Expense Mode

The Expense function is an easy-to-use tool for tracking personal and business expense information. The Expense Report allows you to see the total expense for a single day or for a specific period. 1 Expense: 2 Report: 7. Next, select the expense category : Meals Hotel Car Phone Fares Entert (Entertainment) Tips Misc. (Miscellaneous) Free 1 Free 2 Tap to select Fares in this example, then tap Enter. 8. In the next Description entry field, up to 481 characters can be entered. Enter Airline tickets for business, then tap to set and activate the entry. 3 Category: Item-by-item expense entry and view mode Display the total expenses for a single day or a certain period Assign a new category name (up to 8 characters for each) 6. Tap the next highlighted menu to enter method of payment; Cash, Check, Card, or Others can be selected. Tap to select Card.
<Example> The date is August 18, 2005. You bought tickets for a business trip costing $1200. 1. In the Main menu, tap y to enter Expense Mode. 2. Tap Business on the menu bar to set the new entry category (Business, in this example). 3. Tap , then select New Entry from the menu items. 4. In the first entry field, enter the date for this expense. Enter 08182005, then tap Enter. 5. In the Amount field, up to 12 digits can be entered. Enter 1200, then tap Enter.
Displaying Entries by Types/Categories
A list of Expense entries can be displayed either by payment types, or by expense categories. 1. In the Expense Mode, tap A menu will appear. on the menu bar.

2. "Payment Type" is selected by default. Tap to select "Expense Category" to display a list of Expense entries. Note: If the display format is changed, the display format of the Expense Report will also be affected.
Direct search can be done by either the date or the description of an event. 1. In the Main menu, tap the y icon to enter the Expense Mode. 2. In the Expense Mode, tap to select Search Entry in the menu. The Search entry screen will appear. 3. Tap to select the Date or Description checkbox. If Date is selected, an entry area for date will appear. Enter the date you wish to search. If Description is selected, then a search string can be entered in the field below. 4. When done entering, tap 5. Press x. The total amount report for the period will be displayed. to execute the search. 4. Enter the last date to which you wish to summarize the expenses (August 21, 2005). 3. Enter the first date from which you wish to summarize the expenses (August 15, 2005), then tap Enter. 2. Tap on the menu bar to select the Expense menu, then select Period Report. 1. Tap y to enter the Expense Mode.

Expense Report

Editing Expense Category Names

Editing Entries

1. Recall an entry in the desired mode. 2. Tap , then select Edit Entry. The display will change to the edit mode. 3. Edit the data. j l k m: move the cursor to left, right, up or down, respectively (If the cursor is placed in a date entry field, tap Enter to place it on the next.) b: can be used to delete characters 4. Tap to store the modification.
You can change the expense category names at your convenience. 1. In the Main menu, tap y to enter the Expense Mode. 2. Tap on the menu bar, then tap to select Change Category at the bottom of the list. 3. Highlight the category you wish to change using the arrow keys, then tap the selection to edit. Select, for example, 2. Hotel. 4. Type a new name for the category. Up to 8 characters can be entered in this field. Enter Books, for example. 5. When done, tap to store and activate the modification.

Deleting Entries

Delete
1. Recall an entry in the desired mode. 2. Tap , then select Delete Entry. The confirmation display will appear. Note: To delete all entries, select "Delete All" instead. 3. Tap Yes to delete. Select No to cancel.
Note: Entries previously stored under the former category will appear under the new category after the revisions are made.

Word Translator Mode

Word Translator
English-Spanish bi-directional word translator function is available for download. Refer to "Downloading database" on page 32 for details. 1. In the Main menu, tap ] to enter the Word Translator Mode. 2. English Spanish translation is set by default. To change the translation direction, tap the division arrow, or use m and/or k. 3. Enter the desired source word and press x. The matching English or Spanish word will then be displayed. When the icon j or l is activated, more letters exist. To view the remaining letters of long words that cannot be accommodated on the screen, use j or l to scroll. If there is no matching word, NOT FOUND! is displayed. The word next in alphabetical order will then be displayed. Press < or > to scroll through the word list, or enter a new word using the keyboard, and press x for another search. Notes: If you choose not to download the Dictionary Database for the English/Spanish Translator, then the extra memory space will be utilized by other applications. In such case however, the Word Translator function will be disabled; tapping the ] icon will display a message "NO DATA!". To learn how to download the Dictionary Database, refer to the section "Downloading database" on page 32. The downloaded database for this Word Translator is utilized also by the Spell checker; do not delete the database if you intend to use the Spell checker function.

Spell Checker Mode

Spell Checker Mode is available for download. Refer to Downloading database on page 32 for details. The Spell Checker Mode can be helpful when the exact spelling of a query word is not known.

Calculator Mode

The Organizers built-in calculator can perform arithmetic calculations using up to 12 digits. In the Main menu, tap q to enter Calculator Mode. Before performing any calculations, tap c twice to clear the display. An error occurs if the integer section of the calculation result exceeds 12 digits, if the memory exceeds 12 digits, or a number is divided by zero. ("Error!" will be displayed.) Tap c to clear the error message.
Searching a word with ambiguous spelling
1. In the main menu, tap Spell to enter the Spell Checker Mode.
Example (24+2) 4= Conversion Table Conversion Pattern Unit 1 Unit currency conversions are available. Metric Conversion Patterns inch centimeter (cm) yard meter (m) yard feet mile kilometer (km) feet meter (m) centimeter (cm) meter (m) meter (m) kilometer (km) gram (g) kilogram (kg) ounce (oz) gram (g) pound (lb) kilogram (kg) ton kilogram (kg) US.gallon (gal (US)) liter (l) UK.gallon (gal (UK)) liter (l) square meter (m2) are (a) are (a) hectare (ha) hectare (ha) square kilometer (km2) cubic inch (cu inch) cubic centimeter (cu cm) cubic feet (cu ft) cubic meter (cu m) cubic yard (cu yard) cubic meter (cu m) Fahrenheit (F) Celsius (C) 91. 102. 1700. 2720. 20. 25. 220. 160. 4. 64. 0.125 125. 28. 85. 182. M M M M 5.5

34 + 57 = 45 + 57 =

68 x 25 = 68 x 40 = 10% of 200 Percentage 9 of 36 10% mark-up 20% discount 43 1/x 5 = ) = +) 68 +17 (Total) = 123456789098 x 145 = * 145 = Error! c 17.9012344192 (17.9012344192 x 1012 = 17901234419200)
Operation Mixed calculation - 24 + 2 / 4 = Constant/repeat calculation The second figure is a constant value (+ addition, - subtraction, / division) 34 + 57 = 45 = The first figure is a constant value (* multiplication) 68 * 25 = 40 = Percentage 200 * 10 I 9 / 36 I 200 + 10 I 200 - 20 I Root 25 - 9 = O An 4*== Unit division 8/= Memory function R 25 * 5 U 84 / 3 Y 68 + 17 U T

Managing the Organizer's Memory
Classic Ball-bouncing Game
1. In the Main menu, tap _, then tap to select the right icon. 2. Tap Start to start. A ball will be thrown into the arena. Move the racket left and right using j or l keys to bounce back the ball. Youll lose the game if you cannot hit the ball with the racket. Hit the brick pattern with the ball to chip off the bricks one by one. When all bricks are gone, then proceed to the next level. 3. There are 5 levels total. To go up one level, tap k before the game starts; likewise, tap m to go down one level. When you pass level 5, you win the game.
Using the Included PC Software
The CD-ROM contains software to enable exchange of data with a PC. The software consists of: Synchronization Software: Can be used to synchronize Microsoft Outlook data, such as Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Notes, with the Organizer.
Note: Proper operation cannot be guaranteed on the following types of PCs: Self-built PCs PCs upgraded from Windows 95 PCs with retrofit USB ports that are not factory installed * This software is not guaranteed to operate on all PCs with recommended hardware/software environment.

About USB Ports

Activating the power saving mode (such as suspend, resume, or sleep function) of some PCs may result in the USB port malfunctioning. If such case is observed, disable the power saving mode. The software may not operate properly with a commercially available USB card installed in a PCI slot. If the USB port on your PC or the USB hub connected to the device does not operate properly, follow the steps below: If your PC comes equipped with several USB ports, try using a different USB socket. If other USB devices are connected to your PC, disconnect them from your PC to avoid possible conflicts. Since the USB hub may introduce problems, try bypassing the USB hub by connecting the unit directly to your PC. Do not remove and connect the USB cable from/to the PC in a short period of time.
Desktop Utilities: Can be used to backup/restore data in the Organizer as well as to download database for various functions, and export/import data to different file formats.
Minimum System Requirements:
IBM PC or 100% compatible Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/2000 Professional/Me/XP Home/XP Professional Pentium300MHz or higher 50MB free hard disk space 64MB RAM for Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/2000 Professional/ Me 128MB RAM for Microsoft Windows XP Home/XP Professional One available USB 1.1 / 2.0 compliant port CD-ROM drive Mouse or compatible pointing device Additional System Requirements: Microsoft Outlook 98/2000/2002/2003 must be installed to utilize the Synchronization Software between the Organizer and your PC.
Limitations when using with Windows XP/2000
Windows XP Log onto your PC with administrator privileges; the software may not be installed properly otherwise. Upon using the software, you will need to log on as an administrator. If you are logged in as a non-administrative account, then you must first log off to log into an administrator's account. Windows 2000 When installing as well as using the software, you will need to log on as an administrator. If necessary, you may need to contact the administrator of the PC in a work environment. 3. Follow the installation instructions that appear on the screen. 4. When the installation is complete, click the "Finish" button to finish the installation process. 5. When the USB cable detection window appears, connect the USB connector of the USB PC-Link cable to the PCs USB port, then click NEXT. Do not connect the Organizer yet. 6. The USB driver installation window appears. 7. Follow the installation instructions on the screen. 8. When the installation is complete, click the Finish button to finish the installation process. 9. When the USB cable detection window appears, click NEXT to have the USB cable detected. Click Finish to complete the detection procedure. Note: If the cable is not detected, refer to the Read Me file on the CD-ROM to start over the procedure. 10. The procedure will then be followed by the Serial Port Setup, and the Synchronization setting window. Note: For Windows2000 Professional and Windows XP, install/uninstall programs after logging on as an Administrator. Apply the USB cable for use with OZ-590A only. The cable cannot be used with other devices.

Installing

Precautions: Prior to installing the Synchronization Software, make sure that Microsoft Outlook is installed and set up. If not, install and set up the Outlook first, then install the Synchronization Software. Disconnect the USB cable before the installation. If the installation is proceeded with the USB cable connected, you must disconnect the cable, then follow the Read Me file on the CD-ROM to start over the installation procedure. 1. Insert the PC software CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive. Installation process should automatically start. If the PC software screen does not appear, double-click My Computer to locate the CD-ROM drive directory, then double-click to launch installer.exe found on the CD-ROM. 2. Click the "Install" button.

Serial Port Setup

The serial port setting dialog box appears after you have finished software installation. After the Serial Port Setup is complete, the Settings window will appear. To bring up the Settings window manually, right-click on the Synchronization icon on the Windows system tray, then select "Settings." in the menu.

Synchronization Software

Connecting the Organizer to your PC
a. Turn off the Organizer. b. Connect the other end of the USB PC-Link cable to the Organizers option port. Turn on the Organizer. c.

General tab

This tab allows you to select the application that you want to synchronize with the PC. Click on the checkbox for each application to enable synchronization. Use the "Option." button, or double-click the desired settings row to configure the communication method. Click the "Default" button to reset the Options settings. Synchronization action: : Merges the data between the PC and the unit. : PC overwrites the data of the unit. : The unit overwrites the PC data.
Click Auto Detect. to allow the Synchronization to automatically detect the appropriate serial port. Make sure that the unit is physically connected with the PC first, then click this button. If the desired serial port is not found, manually select the serial port from the drop-down list.
The Conflict Resolution Tab
The Synchronization softwares Conflict Resolution tab allows you to select the way data conflicts are resolved when data modifications are made and the Synchronize option is selected on the General tab. Add all conflicting items: Each modification on both the unit and the PC is reflected and saved respectively after synchronization. Unit overwrites PC data: The PC data will be overwritten. The modifications made on the unit are reflected on the PC after synchronization. PC overwrites unit data: The unit data will be overwritten. The modifications made on the PC are reflected on the unit after synchronization. This tab allows you to change settings for the serial port and the password. Serial port : Specify the serial port to connect the unit to the PC. Auto Detect : Click to allow the PC to detect the appropriate serial port. Password : Enter the same password that you entered on the unit, if set. If you set the password in this field, you can start the PC communication by temporarily disabling the unit's password.

Currency/Unit Conversion Mode: 12 digits, 25 combinations of currencies (5) and metric (20) conversions Game Mode: 2 games Secret function: Protects entries with a password Power consumption: 0.3 W Operating temperature: 0C ~ 40C (32F ~ 104F) Power supply: 1.5V. DC, alkaline battery (LR03 (size "AAA") x 1) Battery: Battery life (at 25C/77F): Approx. 120 hours When data is continuously displayed without backlight. Approx. 60 hours When data is searched for 5 minutes and displayed for 55 minutes per hourly use and backlight is on for 2 minutes per hourly use. Approx. 1 year When turned off and the clock is running. Weight: Approx. 115 g (0.25 lb.) (Including battery) Dimensions: 70.8 mm (W) x 118 mm (D) x 13.5 mm (H) 2-25/32 (W) x 4-21/32" (D) x 17/32 (H) Accessories: Alkaline battery LR03 (size AAA) x 1, CD-ROM software, USB PC-Link cable, operation manual, stylus

Appendix

Names of the cities recognized by the clock
# 25 China Austria Bangladesh Belgium Brazil Greece Guam India Iran Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Colombia Denmark Egypt Fiji Finland Fr.Polynesia France Germany F.R. Canada Samoa Saudi Arabia Singapore South Africa Spain Venezuela COUNTRY Afghanistan Algeria Argentina Australia CITY Kabul Algiers Buenos Aires Adelaide Brisbane Canberra Darwin Melbourne Perth Sydney Vienna Dhaka Brussels Brasilia Manaus Rio De Janeiro Sao Paulo Calgary Halifax Montreal Ottawa St. John's Toronto Vancouver Winnipeg # 50 COUNTRY Chile CITY Easter Island Santiago Beijing Hong Kong Shanghai Bogota Copenhagen Cairo Suva Helsinki Tahiti Paris Berlin Frankfurt Munich Athens Agana New Delhi Tehran Dublin Jerusalem Milan Rome Tokyo Amman # 75 COUNTRY CITY Kenya Nairobi Mexico Acapulco Hermosillo Mexico City Tijuana Mid Atlantic --Myanmar Yangon Netherlands Amsterdam New Caledonia Noumea New Zealand Auckland Norway Oslo Pakistan Karachi Peru Lima Portugal Azores Lisbon PuertoRico San Juan Russia Khabarovsk Moscow St.Petersburg Apia Riyadh Singapore Johannesburg Barcelona Canary Islands # 98 COUNTRY CITY Madrid Sweden Stockholm Switzerland Geneva Zurich Thailand Bangkok U.A.EMIRATES Abu Dhabi U.K. London U.S.A. Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas Denver Detroit Honolulu Los Angeles Miami New York Philadelphia Phoenix Seattle Washington Caracas
Declaration of Conformity Electronic Organizer : OZ-590A USB PC-Link cable : CE-169T If you have read the ORGANIZER operation manual, but you still require product support, you can: Call SHARP Customer Assistance Center 630-378-3590 (7am to 7pm CST M F) Visit our Web Site www.sharpusa.com Send an E-mail pdasupport@sharpsec.com Write to our Customer Assistance Center SHARP Electronics Corp. Customer Assistance Center Att: WIZARD HELP 1300 Naperville Drive Romeoville, IL 60446 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Responsible Party: SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-1163 TEL: 1-800-BE-SHARP Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE WARNING FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Note: A shielded interface cable is required to ensure compliance with FCC regulations for Class B certification.

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