1 MB RAM, Touch-screen, stylus, CR2032, 3.7 oz, 1 year warranty
Sharp organizers are recognized all over the world as the source for getting organized. You'll discover it was never easier to find time once you get your hands and your life on a Sharp organizer. OZ-290 stores thousands of personal entries, Syncs with Microsoft Outlook with included CD-ROM software and PC Link cable, features 14 x 5 line display with backlight. Word Translator Mode allows for approximately 20, 000 English/Spanish translations. 3 Phone Books allow for easy look up of thousan... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sharp OZ-290H photo ]
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|3 stars This product has worked well for me, it keeps you organized and has calendar alarms in it so you do not forget appointments.|
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ELECTRONIC ORGANIZER OPERATION MANUAL
Instrucciones abreviadas en espaol
Memo Mode.... 17 Expense Mode... 18 Editing Listings.... 20 Deleting Listings... 20 Word Translator Mode... 21 Spell Checker Mode... 22 Diet Function Mode... 22 Calculator Mode... 27 Conversion Mode... 28 Secret Function... 30 Game Mode.... 31 Managing the Organizers Memory... 33 Using the Included PC Software.. 33 Battery Replacement... 38 Specifications... 39 Appendix.... 42 Instrucciones abreviadas en espanl.. S-1
Part Names and Key Assignments... 1 Using the Organizer for the First Time.. 2 Auto Power Off Function.. 3 Backlight.... 3 Adjusting the LCD Contrast.. 3 Turning the key sound On and Off... 3 Memory Check.... 3 Display Symbols.... 4 Entering Characters... 5 Built-in Calendar and Clock... 6 Clock Mode... 6 Alarm.... 8 Telephone Mode.... 9 Calendar Mode.... 11 Schedule Mode... 12 Anniversary Mode.... 14 To Do Mode.... 15
04.3.31, 5:10 PM
SHARP strongly recommends that separate permanent written records be kept of all important data. Data may be lost or altered in virtually any electronic memory product under certain circumstances. Therefore, SHARP assumes no responsibility for data lost or otherwise rendered unusable whether as a result of improper use, repairs, defects, battery replacement, use after the specified battery life has expired, or any other cause. SHARP assumes no responsibility, directly or indirectly, for financial losses or claims from third persons resulting from the use of this product and any of its functions, such as stolen credit card numbers, the loss of or alteration of stored data, etc. The information provided in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Do not carry the Organizer in the back pocket of slacks or trousers. Do not drop the Organizer or apply excessive force to it. Do not subject the Organizer to extreme temperatures. Since this product is not waterproof, do not use it or store it where fluids can splash onto it. Raindrops, water spray, juice, coffee, steam, perspiration, etc. will also cause malfunction. Clean only with a soft, dry cloth. Use only a SHARP approved service facility.
All company and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufactures.
: 2nd Function key Activates the second function specifically assigned to the next key tapped.
S ABC ):
English-Spanish word translator/Spell Checker mode key
( DIET GAME ): Diet Function/Game mode key ( TEL ): Telephone mode key ( SCHEDULE/CALENDAR ): Schedule/Calendar mode key ( MEMO/ANN ): Memo/Anniversary mode key ( TO DO/EXPENSE ): To Do/Expense mode key ( CLOCK/ALARM ): Home Clock/World Clock/Alarm mode key ( CALC/CONV ): Calculation/Conversion mode key In this manual, these Mode keys are represented with icons in parentheses.
RESET switch (on the back of the unit)
Touch Keyboard section Mode keys
Backlight key Option port
Power ON/OFF key Cursor keys ENTER key
Turning the key sound On and Off
1. Tap CLOCK/ALARM MENU , select "KEY TONE" by using k or m, and press x. 2. Select the key sound function on/off by using k or m. 3. When done, press x.
Tap CLOCK/ALARM MENU , select "MEMORY CHECK" by using k or m, and press x. The memory check display will appear and indicate the remaining memory space. The previous screen will appear after 2 seconds.
Hourly Alarm: The Hourly Alarm is ON and will sound every hour. Schedule sign: Appears when the Home clock time reaches a Reminder time or a Start time of a schedule listing. Disappears when the time reaches the End time of the listing. Anniversary sign: Appears when a special day will arrive within days as set in Anniversary Reminder. > UP sign: More information exists above the current display. (Press k.) < DOWN sign: More information exists below the current display. (Press m.) C CAPS LOCK sign: Capital (uppercase) letters will be entered. To enter small (lowercase) letters, tap $ to turn CAPS off. b Beep sound: Key touch sound (beep) is ON. E EDIT mode: The listing on the display can be edited. 2 2nd function: Indicates that f has been activated. Daily Alarm: The Daily Alarm is ON and is set to go off at the specified time every day. B Low Battery sign: Indicates that the battery level is extremely low. (Replace the battery with a new one immediately.) Secret sign: Secret function is in effect. (Listings cannot be recalled without a password.) The display examples in this manual show only the symbols required for each explanation.
Moving the Cursor
Move the cursor by pressing j, l, k, or m.
Characters assigned to s :
Entering letters and numbers
The initial setting for entering letters is small (lowercase) letters. To enter capital (uppercase) letters, turn CAPS on by tapping $.
1. Inserting or Overwriting characters
Tap i, once or twice, to insert or overwrite characters.
2. Deleting characters
c can be used for deletion of data in Calculator mode and Rate figure in Conversion mode. d can be used for deletion of characters. d can also be used to delete listings.
Alphabet entry mode Number entry mode
Each time f is tapped, the touch keyboard switches between the Alphabet entry mode and the Number entry mode. To tap the touch keys, use the stylus (included in the package). Tap towards the center of each key. Numbers, alphanumeric letters, symbols, and + x . can be entered. Other characters Tap s to display the symbol entry mode, allowing a total of 32 symbols and characters to be selected. To select the desired symbol/special character, tap s the appropriate number of times at the position where you would like to insert it.
Built-in Calendar and Clock
Calendar, Schedule, Expense, and Clock modes allow you to enter the desired date and time between Jan. 1, 1950 and Dec. 31, 2150. If an attempt is made to store an invalid time or date, you will not be able to move the cursor to date entering, or store the time and date by pressing x. Enter the correct value and press x again. The Organizer has 43 cities according to the time zones (see page 42).
Setting the Home Clock
1. If the display is in other mode or World Clock mode, tap CLOCK/ALARM to enter the Home Clock mode. Note: During the period of the Daylight Saving Time (summer time), set the DST ON beforehand as described on page 7, "Setting Daylight Saving Time ON/OFF". 2. Tap e. The Organizer will enter the clock setting mode. 3. Select your Home city using < or >. City names can be edited, if necessary. 4. Press m to move the cursor to the Month position. 5. Enter the appropriate month. Enter the day and then year in the same way. 6. Press m to move the cursor to the Hour position.
<HOME> NEW YORK 2005 SAT
12 : 05 : 35 AM
12 : 05 : 35 AM 12 : 05 : 35 AM
The Organizer has both Home Clock and World Clock modes. The display switches between Home and World clock each time CLOCK/ALARM is tapped.
<HOME> NEW YORK SAT <HOME> NEW YORK SAT
NEW YORK 2005
12 : 00 : 00 AM
5 : 00 : 00 AM
7. Enter the appropriate hour.
Home Clock Mode
World Clock Mode
8. Enter the minutes and seconds in the same manner. 9. Select AM or PM using (.
10.Press x to set the Clock. The clock starts from exactly the set time.
<HOME> NEW YORK 2005 MON
Setting Daylight Saving Time (DST: Summer time) ON/OFF
1. Tap C once to switch the DST setting. When the DST is ON, appears.
10 : 16 : 15 AM
<HOME> NEW YORK FRI
Selecting the date format (Default: Month-Day-Year)
1. Tap MENU , select "DATE FORMAT" by using k or m, and press x. 2. Select the desired date format by using k or m, and press x. Mode Month-Day-Year (MM-DD-YYYY) Jan 24,2005 01-24-2005 Year-Month-Day (YYYY-MM-DD) 2005-01-24 Day-Month-Year (DD-MM-YYYY) 24-01-2005
9 : 43 : 21 AM
Changing the World Clock city to the Home Clock city
A different city in another time zone can be set as the home city at will, without adjusting the stored correct time. 1. Tap
once or twice to display the World clock.
Note: The selected date format affects each mode in the Organizer.
2. To set the new home city, select the desired city by using < or >. 3. Tap e to change the cities between the Home and the World clocks. The previous home city is now set as the world city. 4. Tap
Selecting the 12- or 24-hour time system (Default: 12 hour)
1. Tap 12/24 the appropriate number of times to select the 12 hour or 24 hour system. 12 hour 24 hour
to check the home city.
The selected city in step 2 is now set as the home city.
3 : 23 : 17 PM
15 : 23 : 17
In the 12-hour system, 12:00 AM: midnight, 12:00 PM: noon. 7
The Organizer has 3 kinds 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. Hourly Alarm.Sounds every hour precisely (every time minutes reach "00"), when " " is displayed. 3. Schedule Alarm. Sounds at the specified times of schedule listings (see page 12). Press any key to stop the Alarm sounding.
Setting the Daily Alarm time
Set up the Daily Alarm to go off at a specified time. 1. Tap
once, twice, or three times.
The Alarm display will appear. 2. Press < or > to select the Alarm1, Alarm2, or Alarm3.
<ALARM 3 >
(Alarm3 is OFF)
3. Press j or l to turn on the Alarm. (The display differs between the 12 hour and 24 hour systems.)
12 : 00 AM
(Alarm3 is ON)
Turning the Daily and Hourly Alarms ON/OFF
The Daily and Hourly Alarms can sound when the respective symbols (" " and " ") are displayed. 1. Tap CLOCK/ALARM once twice, or three times. The Alarm display will appear.
<ALARM 1 >
4. Tap e to specify the time. 5. Enter the desired time. 6. Press x.
2. Tap " " appropriate times. Each time you tap " ", the combination of symbols switches. Note: Alarms will sound even when the Organizer is turned off.
Note: You can turn the respective alarms (Alarms 1 to 3) ON/OFF. Display the desired Alarm following the above steps 1 and 2, then press j or l to display the time (ON) or to hide the time (OFF). When turned off, the Alarm will not sound even when the " " is displayed.
There are three telephone listing categories, Unfiled, Personal, and Business. Each listing can be simply classified for easy access to the data. Tap v, select the desired category by using k or m, and press x.
Each entry has the following 14 fields. Field Name Last name: First name: Company: Home#: Office#: Fax#: Mobile#: E-mail: Address: City: State: Zip code: Country: Note: Maximum number of alphanumeric characters 48 96
<UNF I L ED> SEARCH NAME?
<PERSONAL > SEARCH NAME?
<BUS I NESS> SEARCH NAME?
Numbers, spaces, and hyphens (-) can be entered in the Home#, Office#, Fax#, and Mobile# fields.
<Example> 1. Tap v , and select BUSINESS, then press x. The Business search display will appear. 2. Tap e. The display will change to the record input mode.
6. Press m to move the cursor to the Home # field. 7. Enter 585-4280.
<BUS I NESS> SEARCH NAME? <BUS I NESS>
8. Press m to move the cursor to the Office # field and enter 619-5427320. 9. Enter each field in the same manner. 10.At the Note field, press x to store the telephone listing. The Business search display will appear.
LAST NAME : 0 F I RST NAME : COMPANY :
3. Enter the Last name. For example, Smith. 4. Press m , then enter the First name. For example, John. 5. Press m to move the cursor to the Company field and enter ABC International Co.
Last Name Alphabetical Search
1. Tap v and select the Category by using k or m key, then press x. The search display will appear. 2. Press < or > to search for the target listing in alphabetical order.
Navigating the Monthly Calendar Display
1. Tap CALENDAR/SCHEDULE once or twice to enter the Calendar mode. The monthly calendar of the current month will appear. The current day will be flashing. Navigate the calendar using the following keys: < > : displays the following or previous month. j: Go to previous day l: Go to next day k: Go to the previous week m: Go to the next week
The first number depends on your Date Format selection. These examples are in the MM-DD-YYYY format. 4. Enter the date, if necessary. 5. Press m. 6. Select the expense category using < or >. There are 8 preset categories to select. Meals Hotel Car Phone Fares (Entert ) Entertainment Tips (Misc) Miscellaneous. 7. Press m, and enter 1200. Up to 12 digits can be entered. 8. Press m. 9. Select the payment using < or >.
<Example> The date is August 18, 2005. You bought flight tickets for a business trip costing $1200. 1. Tap TO DO/EXPENSE once or twice to enter the Expense mode.
EXPENSE REPORT CATEGORY
There are 4 preset payment systems to select.
< Fa r e s > AMOUNT : 12 00. PAYMENT : <CHECK >
Cash Check Card Others.
2. Press k or m to select "EXPENSE", then press x. The Expense search display will appear. 3. Tap e. The Expense record entry display will appear. The current date will be displayed. 18
2005 CATEGORY : <Mea l s AMOUNT :
10. Press m, and select YES or NO using < or > in the RECEIPT field.
PAYMENT : <CHECK > RECE I PT : <YES>
1. Tap TO DO/EXPENSE once or twice to enter the Expense mode.
11. Press m, and enter Flight ticket in the MEMO field. 12. Press x to store the data. 2. Press k or m to select "REPORT", then press x. 3. Enter the first date from you wish to summarize the expense. (July 10, 2005)
<EXPENSE > EXPENSE REPORT CATEGORY
REPORT FM : 2005 TO : 2005
1. Tap TO DO/EXPENSE once or twice to enter the Expense mode. 2. Press k or m to select "EXPENSE", then press x. The Expense search display will appear. 3. Press < to view the next record, > to view the previous record.
4. Press m to move the cursor to the last date. 5. Enter the last date at you wish to summarize the expense. (August 10, 2005) 6. Press x. Total amount report during the period will be displayed. Scroll the page using k or m.
TOTAL Mea l s Ho t e l
443. 5 53. 5
once or twice to enter the Expense mode.
2. Press k or m to select "EXPENSE", then press x. The Expense search display will appear. 3. Enter the date you wish to search. 4. Press x. Scroll the page using k or m.
Edit the Category
You can change the category name for your convenience. 1. Tap
1. Recall a listing in the desired mode. 2. Tap e. 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 d: can be used to delete characters i: changes between the INSERT mode and the OVERWRITE mode 4. Press x to store.
2. Press k or m to select "CATEGORY", then press x. The edit category display will appear. 4. Tap e.
ED I T CATEGORY Mea l s Ho t e l Ca r Phone
3. Select the category you wish to change using k or m. 5. Delete the preset category name using d. 6. Enter the new category name. (e.g. Books) Up to 7 characters can be entered for the category name. 7. Press x. Repeat the steps 3 to 7, if necessary. 8. Press x. All the revisions are stored. Note: Entries previously stored under the former category will appear under the new category after the revisions are made.
1. Recall a listing in the desired mode. 2. Tap d. The confirmation display will appear. To cancel deleting, tap f. 3. Press x to delete the listing.
Word Translator Mode
The Organizer offers an English-Spanish bi-directional word translator function. Each time E S is tapped, the mode switches between the Word Translator mode and the Spell Checker mode. 1. Tap E S once or twice to enter the English Spanish translation mode; Tap j or l to enter the Spanish English mode. 2. Enter the desired source word and press x. The matching English or Spanish word will then be displayed. When the small symbol or is turned on, 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: Indications are set as follows: (Am): American English (Br): British English (adj): Adjective (adv): Adverb (n): Noun (pron): Pronoun (v): Verb (f.): Feminine form (m.): Masculine form Sometimes, two identical words may appear in the word list. Enter European characters and spaces correctly. Otherwise, the unit may not be able to complete the search. In the Spanish field, you can enter the following letters. Press respective letter key repeatedly after tapping s. Key A C E I Letters Key N O U Y Letters y
Activate CAPS ON to enter capitalized letters.
Spell Checker Mode
The Spell Checker Mode can be helpful when the exact spelling of a query word is not known. Each time ABC is tapped, the mode switches between the Spell Checker mode and the Word Translator mode.
Diet Function Mode
The Diet Function can organize your daily calories burned by walking, as well as managing your daily caloric intake. Tap DIET several times to display the Diet Function mode screen and the Game mode screen (Diet Function BLACKJACK ALPHA ATTACK Diet Function.).
Searching a word with ambiguous spelling
Note: The displayed calorie value is rounded off to three decimal places.
Example (24+2) 4=
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 = 17901234419210
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 123456789098 * 145 =
Each time you tap q , the display switches as follows: Calculation mode Currency Conversion mode Metric Conversion mode.
1700. 2720. 20. 25. 220. 160. 4. 64. 0.125 M 125. M 28. M 85. M 182.
Conversion Pattern Unit 1 Unit currency conversions are available. Metric Conversion Patterns inch centimeter (cm) yard meter (m) mile kilometer (km) Fahrenheit (F) Celsius (C) feet meter (m) ounce (oz) gram (g) pound (lb) kilogram (kg) US gallon (gal) liter (l US) UK gallon (gal) liter (l UK) Note: The conversion result may have a slight calculation error as a result of rounding off the number. Use the result for reference only.
E17.9012344192 (17.9012344192 x 1012 = 17901234419200)
Currency Conversion Mode
Currency conversion has 5 stages of programmable conversion. Each stage is capable of 12-digit calculation.
Setting a new currency conversion rate
<Example> Set the following rate: 1 = $1.45 1. Tap q the appropriate number of times to select the Currency Conversion mode. 2. Press < or > to select the appropriate currency conversion stage. 3. Tap e. The setting mode will appear. The preset currency names can be renamed here. 4. Rename the left currency if necessary, then press l. Note: Up to 4 characters can be entered for the name of the currency unit. 5. Rename the right currency if necessary, then press m.
6. Enter the rate; 1.45. Up to 12 numeric characters can be entered for the rate. If you need to clear the rate number, tap c. 7. Press x to store the setting.
<CURRENCY> GBP USD RATE=
<CURRENCY> CAD USD RATE=
Be sure to set the rate before starting a conversion. <e.g. $> 1. Tap q the appropriate number of times to select the Currency Conversion mode. 2. Press < or > to select the appropriate currency conversion stage. 3. Enter the amount. (e.g. 50) 4. Press l. (50=approx. $72.5)
<CURRENCY> GBP USD 50.
<e.g. $ > 5. Enter the amount. (e.g. $120) 6. Press j. ($120=approx. 82.76) Use j or l to change the conversion direction. Tap c to clear the calculation result.
Turning the Secret Function Off
1. In the Home Clock mode, tap (secret). The password entry display will appear. 2. Enter the current password, then press x. 3. Select "UNLOCK DATA" by using k or m, then press x. "UNLOCK DATA?" will be displayed. 4. Press x to delete the password and to turn the Secret function off.
3. Agree the left-displayed flashing maximum bet (up to 10) or enter the fewer bet. 4. Tap @ to see your hand. Each time you tap @, a new card is dealt.
J, Q, and K are counted as 10. A can be counted as 1 or 11. When first 2 cards are A and a face card (J, Q, or K), your hand is BLACKJACK. 5. Press x to stop being dealt and hold your hand. The dealers hand and the results are displayed. When you win, your total flashes and your bet is doubled. When you win with BLACKJACK, your bet is tripled.
The dealers hand
Type in characters (A to Z) displayed on the bottom line to clear them. The game is divided into 20 levels in speed.
J 28 10
1. Tap GAME once, twice, or three times to display the following Game mode screen. 2. Press < / > to select the level. 01: slow, 20: fast 3. Press x to start a game.
LEVEL : 01
The dealers total
LEVEL : 03
4. Tap the same key as the first character at the left end of the bottom line. (In this case, tap keys in the order: E Y K W.) Tapping the correct keys in the correct order deletes the characters. When 12 characters are displayed in each level, the game continues in the faster level (up to 20). When no more characters can be displayed, the game is over. The Game mode screen with the level when the game is over is displayed. To quit the game, tap any mode key.
20 6. Press x and display the Your bet Your chips Game mode screen. When you have no more chips to bet, the game is over. To quit the game, tap any mode key. Your chips are stored for the next time.
Managing the Organizer's Memory
Use the memory management function to utilize the Organizer's memory more efficiently. Note: Before performing memory management, back up your data. While the memory management is in progress, do not press the RESET switch. Doing so may result in losing all the data stored in the Organizer. 1. Tap CLOCK/ALARM MENU , select "MANAGE MEMORY" by using k or m, and press x. 2. A dialog "MANAGE MEMORY YES/NO" appears. Select "Yes" using k or m, then press x to continue, or select "No" using k or m, then press x to go back to the list of Menu items. 3. When "Yes" is selected, a message "PLEASE WAIT." appears to indicate that the memory management is in progress. When done, the display will return to indicate the clock mode. Note: By performing memory management, the amount of reusable memory (indicated in "MEMORY CHECK" under MENU) will be utilized.
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. Desktop Utilities: Can be used to backup/restore data in the Organizer, 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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 all settings to the default values, including 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.
The PIM Tab
The PIM tab allows you to configure the download settings of the PIM data. Use Outlook HOME Address and Fax number: Downloads or synchronizes only data of HOME addresses and FAX numbers. Use Outlook WORK Address and Fax number: Downloads or synchronizes only data of WORK addresses and FAX numbers. Today forward: Downloads or synchronizes only data of today and forward. All: Downloads or synchronizes all schedule data.
The Connection tab
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.
The Export/Import menu of the Desktop Utilities allows you to import data created by each PC application to the unit, or export data out of the unit. Export: Select the desired item (application data, Food Database, Consumption Record, or Intake Record), then click Export. and enter the desired filename to which you wish to export data. Import: Select the desired application name or Food Database, then click Import. and enter the desired filename from which you wish to import data.
Launch "Desktop Utilities" from the Start menu, or right-click on the Synchronization icon on the Windows system tray, then select "Desktop Utilities." in the menu. Utilize the Desktop Utilities via the following graphic interface:
Un-installing the PC software
Prior to uninstalling the PC software, quit all programs. 1. Within the Control Panel, launch Add or Remove Programs. In the list of installed software, select the PC software, then click the Change/Remove. button. 2. When the Install Shield program screen appears, select Remove, then click Next. 3. For the verification prompt, click on the OK button. When the Uninstall window for the USB driver is displayed, disconnect the USB cable and click Next to execute the un-installation procedure. 4. When the un-installation procedure is complete, click the Finish button to finish.
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Names and zone numbers of the cities in the clock
Zone No. 3. 5 City TONGA AUCKLAND WELLINGTON NOUMEA GUAM SYDNEY ADELAIDE TOKYO SINGAPORE HONG KONG BEIJING BANGKOK YANGON DHAKA DELHI KARACHI KABUL DUBAI TEHRAN RIYADH MOSCOW Zone No. City CAIRO HELSINKI BARCELONA AMSTERDAM ROME BERLIN PARIS LISBON LONDON AZORES ISLANDS MID ATLANTIC RIO DE JANEIRO CARACAS TORONTO NEW YORK CHICAGO DENVER LOS ANGELES ANCHORAGE HONOLULU MIDWAY ISLANDS
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Declaration of Conformity Electronic Organizer : OZ-290H USB PC-Link cable: CE-179T 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.
Sharp organizers are recognized all over the world as the source for getting organized. You'll discover it was never easier to find time once you get your hands and your life on a Sharp organizer. OZ-290 stores thousands of personal entries, Syncs with Microsoft Outlook with included CD-ROM software and PC Link cable, features 14 x 5 line display with backlight. Word Translator Mode allows for approximately 20, 000 English/Spanish translations. 3 Phone Books allow for easy look up of thousands of addresses and phone numbers. Schedule Function with Alarm allows you to keep track of all your appointments. Protective Flip Cover helps protect your display from scratches and other damage.
|Character Resolution||5 lines x 14 characters|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Interfaces||1 x serial - RS-232 - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9)|
|Included Accessories||Protective cover|
|Cables Included||1 x data cable|
|Installed Qty (Max Supported)||2 (installed) / 2 (max)|
|Technology / Form Factor||CR2032|
|Operating System / Software|
|Software||Address Book, Calculator, Calendar, World clock, Expense Manager, BlackJack, Memo, Scheduler, To Do, Birthday/Anniversary, Alpha Attack|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000/XP|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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