1 Using Windows CE Applications in the Pathfinder Prentke Romich Company 1022 Heyl Rd. Wooster, Ohio Phone: v1.02
2 PRC Service Disclaimer Prentke Romich Company is not responsible for problems that may be related to new programs or software that have been loaded into the Pathfinder by the customer or others associated with the customer. Prentke Romich Company Service Department is not responsible for teaching customers the specifics of using an individual Application. Customers should refer to an Application s Help menu and individual internet sites. Prentke Romich Company Service Department is available for questions concerning Pathfinder/Windows CE interface problems related to the software and programs installed on the device by PRC. Pathfinder is a trademark of Prentke Romich Company. Minspeak is a registered trademark of Semantic Compaction systems. Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Word are registered trademarks of Microsoft, Inc. Windows CE, Microsoft ActiveSync are trademarks of Microsoft, Inc. Tracker is a trademark of Madentec, Inc. Information concerning CE compliance and electronic interference can be found on the copyright/acknowledgement pages in the Pathfinder Basics and Power User Manuals. See these manuals also for complete Pathfinder operation information. Prentke Romich Company All rights reserved 2
3 Windows CE Applications in the Pathfinder ÂYou can access the Windows CE Applications by using the Pathfinder Touchscreen or internal Tracker headpointer with a manual switch. You can also use a mouse by switching to Computer Mode and using the mouse movement grids on the Computer Overlay to access an application s cursor. ÂThere is a summary of the different Windows CE applications at the end of this manual. On the ActivSync CD that came with the Pathfinder, you can find links to manuals for some of the CE Applications. FIRST TIME USE Release the Pathfinder from Shipping Mode: On the left front of the case: press down and hold the and buttons. Release the buttons. Pathfinder comes on. You will eventually see the Pathfinder Display Screen and the Activity row. This is the regular Pathfinder Workspace. 3
4 ANYTIME USE Viewing the Application Workspace: Hide/Show Pathfinder When your Pathfinder first comes on, the regular Pathfinder workspace is running in the foreground. You see the Activity Row and Display Screen. On your overlay, make sure you are in Minspeak Mode, then select (TOOLBOX + THUMBS DOWN). Now you see the Windows CE Applications screen. In the System Tray at the bottom of the screen you can see the Windows Start menu and the Pathfinder listed. This means you are now running the Applications workspace. The Pathfinder workspace is in the background. When you have an Application open, you will see it instead of this screen. To return to the Pathfinder workspace, select again, or select the Pathfinder option at the bottom of the touch screen. (TOOLBOX + THUMBS UP) and CE application. allow you to toggle between the Pathfinder and an open 4
5 Special Pathfinder Tools The following sequences are new insertable Tools to use with the CE Applications. They have been stored on your device. ICON 1 ICON 2 FUNCTION Brings your Pathfinder screen back so you can communicate normally. Stored as: <SHOW-PATHFINDER> Hides your Pathfinder screen so you can see the CE applications. Stored as: <HIDE-PATHFINDER> Hides the Text Area of your Pathfinder screen so you can see through to the CE application behind. ÂIf the Activity Row or Word Prediction are open in the Pathfinder, they will remain visible in an Application when you select this sequence. Stored as: <HIDE-TEXT-AREA> Allows you to toggle your Activity Row On and Off useful sometimes when you want to see the whole screen of a CE application. Stored as: <ACTIVITY-MENU>1 OK Allows you to turn word prediction on and off. Stored as: <WORD-PREDICTION-MENU>1 OK Use these sequences when you are working with CE Applications. 5
6 Using a Mouse and Computer Mode to access CE Applications ÂMake sure Output Method is set to RS232 and Output is set to ON in the OUTPUT MENU. (These settings should be the default settings that were set up at the factory.) To use mouse movements, you must be in Computer Mode. Select (TOOLS + COMPUTER) to go to Computer Mode. Notice the LED lights up next to the computer icon on the right front of the Pathfinder case. Place the Computer Overlay on your Pathfinder. This special overlay is shipped with the Pathfinder. Activate the middle key in the smaller grid, outlined in purple. You should see a cursor on the display screen. This grid allows you to make large cursor movements. The green and yellow grid on the overlay allows you to make smaller movements ÂSee your Pathfinder Power Tools manual for complete information about using Computer Mode and the Computer Overlay. You can return to Minspeak mode by activating =, (the SPELL/MIN key). 6
7 Opening and Using CE Applications ÂYou cannot speak while you are in an Application. You must return to the Pathfinder workspace to speak. Below are pre-programmed sequences that will open Applications, help you navigate within an application or take you to the Computer Access Menu.. ICON 1 ICON 2 FUNCTION Opens the PDF Viewer software allows you to see PDF files. Opens the Windows Media Player. Opens the Pocket MBA Calculator and advanced function business calculator. Opens the Image Viewer software. Opens Windows Pocket Paint program. Opens Windows SpreadCE program. Opens the Pocket On-Schedule time manager program keep a calendar, schedule appointments, write a journal, build a contact list etc. Opens a Wordpad document. Opens the Windows CE Task Manager lets you to move between open CE applications. Closes the active, running CE application. Opens the first menu in the far left of the Menu Bar in any CE application typically the File Menu. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to step through the other menus. Takes you to the Computer Access Option in the USER AREA MENU. You can check your settings for working with a computer. 7
8 Select to open WordPad. "Pathfinder" is in the Menu bar at the bottom of your screen and the WordPad Application is active. You should see this: If you don t see the Activity Row you may have accidentally turned it Off. Select. This will bring up the Activity Row. Selecting again will hide the Activity Row. There is a WordPad formatting Activity you can use with WordPad. Select the CHOOSE ACTIVITY key on your overlay. You see: Select the CE WordPad Activity. 8
9 Now the basic text formatting tools are available for you to use. Select. The Activity Row is hidden. Notice the top menu bar and the bottom system tray on the application. The top bar contains all the normal Microsoft Word menus and options. The system tray contains the normal Windows Start menu, the Pathfinder option, the name of the open document and the time. In the far right corner there is the Desktop icon. This will take you to the CE Applications desktop (Pathfinder logo screen). With WordPad open, make sure you are in Minspeak or Spell Mode. In Minspeak Mode you can select sequences to add as text in your document. In Spell Mode you can type in text. Select sequences or type some text into WordPad. When you are in Minspeak or Spell modes, any text you input into the Application will also be generated in the Pathfinder workspace. 9
10 To see the text in the Pathfinder, select "Pathfinder" from the System Tray. on your overlay or select Word Prediction is open in this graphic of the Pathfinder workspace. To return to your application, make sure you are in Minspeak. Select want to keep your Activity Row or Word Prediction visible. f you Select if you no longer want the Activity Row or Word Prediction visible when you return to your CE Application. ÂIf you open a Notebook in the Pathfinder, then open WordPad, any text you type in WordPad will also be entered into the open Notebook. You can save your work in the Notebook as you normally would. If you are working in an Application, but do not have a Notebook open, you can copy your Application work, go to the Pathfinder and open a Notebook, then paste your work into the Notebook. 10
11 When you have finished looking at WordPad, close the application by one of these methods: Select the X button in the upper right corner of the menu bar Select to open the File menu in the upper left corner. Use the ARROW KEYS on your overlay to select Close. Then select the OK key. Select on your overlay. This closes the current Application. Do not save the document now. We will discuss Saving your Work below. Open other Applications and familiarize yourself with them. The Media Player Application also has its own Activity. Select it from the Activity Row just like you did the WordPad formatting Activity. 11
12 Saving Your Work You will want to save your Application work periodically. We have included a Secure Digital card to use with your Pathfinder. Save your individual file documents, images and MP3 files onto the Secure Digital card, as well as any CE System Backups you may do. Using this card means that you have an independent copy of your work that is not tied to the Pathfinder s system software. The Secure Digital card is already in place in its slot on the top of the Pathfinder. ÂWe recommend that you leave the Secure Digital card in the Pathfinder. Do not remove and re-insert it unless absolutely necessary. 12
13 Save Work to the Secure Digital Card Open an Application, such as WordPad. Add some text to the document. Open the File menu in the upper left corner. You can use Computer Mode and the cursor. To use the cursor select Computer Mode, the touchscreen, or to switch to Select Save As. You see: ÂIf your Activity Row or Word Prediction is in the way, select whole window. to see the Double-click on SD Card.lnk You see: 13
14 You can do two things: You can name and save the document as an individual file on the SD Card You can create a new folder, name it something like, Documents, and then name and save the current document into that folder. If you want to create a folder where you can store all your saved documents: select the New Folder icon, Name the folder and select OK in the top right of the menu bar. Or select the OK key on your overlay. The Pathfinder opens the folder. Type in a name for the document you want to save and select OK. ÂWhen you first save anything from a new Application, you might want to create a folder for that application. For example, you could create folders for WAV files and MP3 files. If you do not want to create a folder, just type in a name for the document you want to save and select OK. 14
15 Save your Work using a USB Flash Drive If you have a USB Flash Drive you can also use it to save your work. Flash Drives are easy to plug into the Pathfinder and into most computers. The USB connectors are usually on the front of the computer. Flash drives make moving information to-and-from your computer and Pathfinder fairly easy. Plug the Flash Drive into the Rectangular USB port on the left side of the Pathfinder. In an open application, open the File menu in the upper left corner of the screen. Select, the touchscreen, or computer mode and the cursor. To use the cursor select to switch to Computer Mode Select Save As. Select the Up One File Folder icon. Select the Up One File Folder icon again. You see: 15
16 . Select USB Storage from the Save As screen. Name the document and select OK. Now you can remove the Flash Drive from the Pathfinder and plug it into your computer. Open Explorer (or its Mac equivalent) and find your Removable Disk drive. Open it. You see any documents, images, etc., that you saved to this drive. You can now save them to your computer, if you wish. Removing the Flash Drive from your Computer: In order to remove a Flash Drive from your computer, you may have to tell the computer to stop running the drive. Look for a new small icon in the lower right side of your system tray. Double click on this icon. Follow the directions to disconnect your Flash Drive. 16
17 Backup the Entire Pathfinder CE System If your Pathfinder ever loses power for example, if the batteries die or the battery pack is disconnected, or if you lock up the device so that you have to do a 4-button re-set, you will want to be able to re-install a backup of the CE Applications you have been using. You can perform a System Backup and save your entire Pathfinder CE system on the Secure Digital card or a USB Flash Drive. This means that anything that was in the Pathfinder CE system at the time of the backup can be loaded into your Pathfinder if you ever have to re-boot the entire system. ÂAs long as you are regularly backing up your work to the Secure Digital card you should not need to do a system backup very often. There are two exceptions to this, however. If you download any new applications to your Pathfinder, you will want to do a system backup so the new applications will be re-loaded if you ever have to reboot your Pathfinder. If you make changes and additions to the Pocket On-Scheduler, you will want to back them up using a System Backup because there are other files in the Pathfinder system that the Scheduler needs in order for you to use it. These files can only be backed up with a complete System Backup. Â A System Backup backs up the Pathfinder CE system. If you want to backup the Pathfinder memory including User Areas and vocabulary, perform an MTI. 17
18 To Backup the Pathfinder CE System to the Secure Digital Card: ÂA backup can take 4-5 minutes. If you have added a lot of new things to the CE system, it will take longer. Schedule your time accordingly. On the Application Screen or in the Application Activity, open the Start menu in the lower left corner of the screen. Select Programs. Select BackupRestore. Select OK. 18
19 Select Backup System, and then Backup. The Pathfinder warns you that it is going to close any open documents. Select OK. Enter a name for the backup, then select OK. The back up is saved to the Secure Digital card. ÂA regular backup can take 4-5 minutes. If you have added a lot of things to the CE system, it may take longer. Schedule your time accordingly. Be patient. When the backup is completed, select OK and Exit. 19
20 If you ever need to Restore the CE System, use your latest Backup Follow the steps to begin a backup, i.e., select Start Menu, Programs, BackupRestore. When you see Select Restore System, and then Restore. When the screen asks you to Select a Backup Set, select the Backup you want to use from your saved backups. Then select OK. ÂRestoring is much faster than backing up. 20
21 Using ActiveSync: Transfer your Pathfinder Work to a Computer or Download Computer Files to your Pathfinder ÂActiveSync requires that you have a USB port on your computer. Install ActiveSync on your Computer: When you received your Pathfinder, you also received two CDs. Find the CD titled CE Application Support. Insert this CD in the CD drive on your computer. Select the ActiveSync link in the left column. You see: Select SAVE. This puts a shortcut to ActiveSync on your desktop. (Your screen may look different from the one above.) Close the CD program and go to your computer desktop. Double-click on the MSASYNC.exe icon on your desktop You see: 21
22 Select Next to continue. Select Next if you want the file stored in this folder; select Change if you want to select another folder. The files will be installed on your computer. 22
23 You must connect your Pathfinder to your computer using the USB cable that came with your Pathfinder. The USB cable is a long thin cable with a small square plug on one end and a small rectangular plug on the other. Turn your Pathfinder ON. Connect the small square plug at one end of the USB cable to the square USB port on the left side your Pathfinder. Connect the other end of the cable to the USB port on your computer. The USB connector is generally on the front of most computers. 23
24 The default is YES. You want a partnership, so leave this box checked. Select Next without checking any boxes. 24
25 Select Finish. You will see this screen. Your Pathfinder files are now available on your computer. Open the Options menu at the top of this screen.. Select the Rules tab. 25
26 Uncheck this box Uncheck the Convert Files box. Select OK until you exit the Options menu. ÂNote: if you ever want to transfer Word documents that contain pictures, you should place a check in this box. However, the majority of the time you will want this box unchecked. Now, open the Explore menu. 26
27 You see: This folder contains all the Pathfinder files. Open the SD Card folder 27
28 Your card may have more, or less, on it than the one in this picture. If you created a Documents folder when you first saved a WordPad document, you will see it here. If you created other folders for different Applications, you will see them listed here. You can use these folders to transfer documents, wav files and/or MP3s from your computer to your Pathfinder, or to transfer documents, etc., from the Pathfinder to your computer. You may want more folders for different things, eventually. You can create new folders here by opening the File menu and selecting New Folder. 28
29 Save Pathfinder Files on your Computer: An Example Perhaps you have some documents from your Pathfinder that you would like to have on your computer where they may be easier to work with. With ActiveSync connected, open the Explore menu. Open the SD Card folder. Open your Documents folder. Now drag the documents you want onto your computer desktop. (You can also open Windows Explorer, select Mobile Device, then follow the steps above.) You can save the file wherever you want on your computer. You can also copy the whole folder to your desktop. Transfer Wav Files to your Pathfinder: An Example Let s say you have some wav files saved on your computer that you would like to have in your Pathfinder. Using Explorer, find the files you want. Open the drive that is listed as Mobile Device. Open the SD Card folder. Drag the wav files into the Wav Files folder, if you have created one or just drag them onto the SD Card screen. Active Sync automatically transfers them to your Pathfinder. ÂYou could also save files to your desktop. Then open the Explore menu in ActiveSync. Open the SD Card Folder and drag the files from your desktop into the Wav Files folder or onto the SD Card screen. 29
30 Miscellaneous Information that is Good to Know Tell the Pathfinder to direct your keystrokes and mouse movements to an External Computer. When the Pathfinder is shipped to you, the device is automatically set to work the CE Applications. However, if you want to do work on an external computer, you will need to change the Computer Access Menu options to indicate you are using an external computer. For quick access to this menu, select. This sequence takes you to the USER AREA MENU, then automatically opens the Computer Access Menu option. Set Host Computer Type to IBM, Newer Mac or Older Mac, depending on the type of computer you are using. Select OK. Select OK. If your Pathfinder does not work with a computer after changing the above setting, go to the OUTPUT MENU and make sure the Output Method option is set to RS232 and the Output option is set to ON. 30
31 Create a Shortcut to an Application The Pathfinder has been set up so that you can open some of the CE Applications that came with the device. On your overlay, select the icon sequence that opens the Application you want to use. Eventually you may want to run other Applications that are included with the Pathfinder such as PowerPoint Viewer. You can create your own icon sequence shortcut to open a new Application by using the RUN PROGRAM tool. Go to the TOOLBOX. Select STORE CORE. Select an icon sequence. Select Spell Text for Message. Select INSERT TOOL Use MORE ITEMS or type "R" until you see RUN PROGRAM. Select RUN PROGRAM. You see: Go to the folder where you stored the new Application. Double-click on the Application you want to store. You should see <RUN PROGRAM> and the Application you selected as the stored message. Select OK. Select OK. If the Pathfinder Loses Power If the Pathfinder s batteries die, if the battery pack is disconnected, or if you lock up the device so that you have to do a 4-button re-set, the Pathfinder will re-boot from the System Storage Card. During the re-boot process, you will see a screen asking if you 31
32 want to re-load Applications. Select YES. All of the applications will be loaded and ready to use again. Macros used to open and Navigate Applications On the following pages you will find the macros that were used for opening and navigating Applications. These may be helpful to use as guidelines if you want to create an Activity Row for an Application or other functions you might like to use with the applications. 32
33 Macros used to open and Navigate Applications ICON 1 ICON 2 FUNCTION and MACRO Opens the FIRST MENU of any CE application typically the File Menu. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to step through the other menus. <MOUSE-SET(MENU 1)> Opens the Windows CE Task Manager lets you to move between open CE applications. <HIDE-PATHFINDER><SERIAL-MARKER> FRPELQHDOWWDE Opens the PDF Viewer software allows you to see PDF files. <RUN-PROGRAM>( \Windows\pdfviewer.exe ) Opens the Windows Media Player. <RUN-PROGRAM>( \Windows\ceplayer.exe ) Opens the Pocket MBA Calculator and advanced function business calculator. <RUN-PROGRAM>( \Program Files\Pocket MBA-Calc\pmba.exe )<HIDE- PATHFINDER> Opens Windows Pocket Paint program. <RUN-PROGRAM>( \Windows\PPAINT.EXE ) Closes the active running CE application. <MOUSE-SET(MENU 1)><SERIAL-MARKER> HQWHU Opens the Pocket On-Schedule time manager program keep a calendar, schedule appointments, write a journal, build a contact list etc. <RUN-PROGRAM>( \Program Files\Pocket On-Schedule\hpcOnsched.exe ) <HIDE-PATHFINDER> Opens a Wordpad document. <RUN-PROGRAM>( \Windows\pword.exe ) Opens the SpreadCE spreadsheet program. <RUN-PROGRAM>( \Windows\SpreadCE.exe ) 33
34 Macros used for WordPad Commands Opening Application ICON 1 ICON 2 FUNCTION Opens the Wordpad program with a new document. <RUN-PROGRAM>("\Windows\pword.exe") WordPad Activity Row BOLD ITALICS UNDERLINE UNDO FONT TAB KEY CONTENTS <SERIAL-MARKER> <SERIAL-MARKER> <SERIAL-MARKER> <SERIAL-MARKER> <SERIAL-MARKER> <SERIAL-MARKER> FRPELQHFWUOE6(7-ACTIVITY(CEwordpad)> FRPELQHFWUOL6(7-ACTIVITY(CEwordpad)> FRPELQHFWUOX6(7-ACTIVITY(CEwordpad)> FRPELQHFWUO]6(7-ACTIVITY(CEwordpad)>,combine,alt.o,f<SET-ACTIVITY(CEwordpad)> WDE6(7-ACTIVITY(CEwordpad)> 34
35 The CE Applications in the Pathfinder Below are short descriptions of the Applications in your Pathfinder. Help Menus are available within the Applications. ÂImportant Note: This table lists applications that do not have icon sequence short cuts already created for them. If you would like to create a shortcut for any of these programs, use the RUN PROGRAM instructions on page XX. When you are asked to Select a Program, select the Windows folder. Choose the.exe file that you want. Microsoft Excel Viewer Microsoft Image Viewer Microsoft PDF Viewer Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer Microsoft Word Viewer Allows you to view files created for various Microsoft programs. You cannot edit these files. Backup/Restore Creates a backup file on the Secure digital card for the Pathfinder CE applications software. FreeCell Solitaire Games. Windows Explorer Allows copying/deleting/moving of files within the CE software. Terminal Advanced use: allows device to be used as a terminal emulator unlikely to be used. Command Prompt Advanced use: access to the CE command prompt unlikely to be used. 35
36 The CE Applications in the Pathfinder ÂIcon Sequence shortcuts have been created for the following Applications. See the chart on page XX for the sequences. Microsoft WordPad Word processing software based on Microsoft Word. SpreadCE Spreadsheet software. Files can be saved in a generic format so they can be read by Microsoft Excel. Pocket On-Schedule Scheduler. Includes Contacts, Journal, Task Manager, and Notes facilities. Pocket MBA-Calc Calculator with business and scientific functions. MediaPlayer Plays WAV and MP3 files, along with other media file types. PPAINT Simple paint program for creating and editing BMP format images. 36
37 Synchronize Pocket On-Schedule with Microsoft Outlook Important Notes: ÂYou must have the full Outlook 2000 or newer version installed on your computer in order to synchronize Outlook and Pocket On-Schedule. Outlook Express will not synchronize. ÂActivSync must be installed on your computer. If you have not previously installed ActivSync on your computer, follow the directions on pages 21 through the top of page 26. Then continue with these instructions. ÂTo synchronize with Outlook, make sure the Pocket On-Schedule application on the Pathfinder is closed. If On-Schedule is open, synchronization will not work. Install the On-Schedule Sync Program Find the CE Application Support CD that came with your Pathfinder. Insert it into the CD drive of your computer. Select On-Schedule Sync. Follow the installation directions on your computer screen. ÂThis installation adds an On Schedule Sync menu to your Outlook menu bar. It does not add an icon to your desktop. Connect the ActivSync cable that came with your Pathfinder to the USB port on your computer and to the rectangular USB port on the left side of your Pathfinder. You should see an information box that says something similar to, "New device detected. Do you want to create a partnership?" Select YES. The first time you set up this program you will be asked whether you want to synchronize your computer to the Pathfinder or the Pathfinder to the computer. You will probably want to select the option where your most up-to-date information is. After the first synchronization, the program will automatically synchronize the two devices so that they match. 37
38 In Outlook, select the Calendar or one of the other scheduling options. Add something new to the Calendar (or whatever option you selected). Open the On-Schedule Sync menu in the Outlook Menu Bar. Select Synchronize Now. Open the Pocket On-Schedule application on the Pathfinder. Look through the options and you will see that your appointments, contacts, etc., match those in your Outlook program. In Outlook, open the On-Schedule Sync menu. Select On-Schedule Sync Manager. Select the Options tab. Place a check in the box next to the first statement: "Automatically synchronize upon connecting with handheld device." This means that each time you connect your Pathfinder and computer, On-Schedule Sync will automatically synchronize Outlook and the Pathfinder On-Schedule application so that they each contain the latest information. If, after you have connected and updated, you make changes to the On-Schedule application or to an item in Outlook, you will have to select Synchronize Now from the On-Schedule Sync menu to update with the new information. ÂIn the On-Schedule Sync Manager, under the tab for , the default selection automatically downloads your Outlook into the On-Schedule application in the Pathfinder. If you uncheck this box, your s will not be downloaded. ÂThis option only works if Outlook is set up as your program. From now on, all you have to do to synchronize your Outlook program and the On- Schedule application in the Pathfinder is to turn both your computer and your Pathfinder On and connect them with the ActivSync cable that came with your Pathfinder. 38
itunes Song Library and/or Music CD Conversion Software Installation & Operational Instructions Copyright 2010 Southwestern Microsystems Inc. All rights reserved. Revision: B Dated: 5/22/2011 General Information
3 Introducing Windows CE Windows CE Operating System Windows CE Services Software Applications Online Help Introducing Windows CE 3-1 WINDOWS CE OPERATING SYSTEM Windows CE is the smallest member of the
Volume AIG AGKSOFT ActiveSync Inventory Guide ActiveSync Inventory Guide Introduction T he Microsoft ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center can be used to synchronize your Windows PC with your Portable
Microsoft Access 2010 handout Access 2010 is a relational database program you can use to create and manage large quantities of data. You can use Access to manage anything from a home inventory to a giant
C6 Easy Imaging Total Computer Backup User Guide Clickfree and the Clickfree logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Storage Appliance Corporation. Other product names used in this guide are recognized
Oracle Beehive Using Windows Mobile Device Release 2 (220.127.116.11) E28326-01 July 2012 Document updated July, 2012 This document describes how to access Oracle Beehive from your Windows Mobile device using
HDDtoGO User Guide User Manual Version 3.4 2004-2010 CoSoSys SRL 2010 A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd. HDDtoGO User Manual Table of Contents Table of Contents...1 1. Introduction...2 2. System Requirements...3
USB DRIVER INSTALLATION GUIDE Use these instructions to install the USB drivers and Microsoft synchronization software for your Pathfinder 6057 printer. You need these utilities for your printer and computer
Computer Basics 1 Computer Terminology & Basics of the Mouse and Keyboard Computer: An electronic device for storing and processing data according to instructions given to it. TYPES OF COMPUTERS Desktop
SMART Board User Guide for PC What is it? The SMART Board is an interactive whiteboard available in an increasing number of classrooms at the University of Tennessee. While your laptop image is projected
F-Series Desktop User Manual F20 en English - Europe/New Zealand Contents Key to icons and text...3 What is F-Series Desktop?...4 How do I install F-Series Desktop onto my computer?...4 How do I subscribe
OFFICE KEYBOARD (MT1210 & MT1405) OFFICE FEATURES Thank you for purchasing OFFICE KEYBOARD. This User s manual contains all information that helps you to operate your keyboard. Please keep the software
Introduction to Computers: Session 3 Files, Folders and Windows Files and folders Files are documents you create using a computer program. For example, this document is a file, made with a program called
Computer Basics This class is designed to cover the following basics: computer hardware software computer s operating system different kinds of storage devices you can use to save files using a mouse what
Clickfree Software User Guide Last Revised: Nov 2, 2011 Clickfree_backup_software_user_guide_v1.0 Clickfree and the Clickfree logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Storage Appliance Corporation.
EZClaim Appointment Scheduler User Guide Last Update: 11/19/2008 Copyright 2008 EZClaim This page intentionally left blank Contents Contents... iii Getting Started... 5 System Requirements... 5 Installing
In This Guide Microsoft Word 2010 looks very different, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve. Read on to learn key parts of the new interface, discover free Word 2010 training,
Introduction to MS WINDOWS XP Mouse Desktop Windows Applications File handling Introduction to MS Windows XP 2 Table of Contents What is Windows XP?... 3 Windows within Windows... 3 The Desktop... 3 The
USB DRIVER INSTALLATION GUIDE Use these instructions to install the USB and Microsoft ActiveSync synchronization software for your Monarch Pathfinder Ultra Platinum 6039 printer and computer to communicate.
1 imac: Helpful Information Power Apple imac Port Information o 1 Headphone Port o 4 USB 3.0 Ports o 2 Thunderbolt Ports o 1 Gigabit Ethernet Port o 1 SDXC card slot Power button located at bottom-left
EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE Maxtor OneTouch User's Guide TM II P/N:20259600 i Contents 1 Introduction................................................. 1 Maxtor OneTouch II Drive Components............................
Hosting Users Guide 2011 eofficemgr technology support for small business Celebrating a decade of providing innovative cloud computing services to small business. Table of Contents Overview... 3 Configure
In This Guide Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 looks very different, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve. Read on to learn key parts of the new interface, discover free PowerPoint
Pocket PC User s Guide Your Pocket PC comes with a Hardware Manual in addition to this Pocket PC User s Guide. Be sure to read the Hardware Manual first. Before using your Pocket PC for the first time,carefully
Calisto Pro for Mac User Guide Addendum Welcome This addendum to the Calisto Pro user guide contains instructions for setting up and using the Calisto system with your Macintosh computer. For general operation
Recovery Guide 9 Restoring with the OS CD (Only for models that ship with the operating system CD) 98 Samsung Recovery Solution (Optional) 00 Recovery Guide 9 This section describes how to restore your
Introduction To Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Bob Booth July 2008 AP-PPT5 University of Sheffield Contents 1. INTRODUCTION... 3 2. GETTING STARTED... 4 2.1 STARTING POWERPOINT... 4 3. THE USER INTERFACE...
Rebit 5 Help i Rebit 5 Help Table of Contents Getting Started... 1 Making the First Recovery Point... 1 Don't Forget to Create a Recovery Media... 1 Changing Backup Settings... 1 What Does Rebit 5 Do?...
Driver Updater Manual Keep your drivers up-to-date! Improve your system performance and stability by keeping your drivers updated. Automatically find, update and fix the drivers on your computer and turn
MICROSOFT OFFICE 2007 MICROSOFT OFFICE ACCESS 2007 - NEW FEATURES Exploring Access Creating and Working with Tables Finding and Filtering Data Working with Queries and Recordsets Working with Forms Working
Raptor K30 Gaming Software User Guide Revision 1.0 Copyright 2013, Corsair Components, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Corsair, the Sails logo, and Vengeance are registered trademarks of Corsair in the United
PC Instructions for Miller LiveArc Software Contents Instructions for Installing LiveArc Software on a PC... 2 Instructions for Loading Data from the LiveArc System onto a PC... 10 Instructions for Transferring
Introduction to Mac Operating System: Snow Leopard Switching the Computer On 1. Press the round button on the back of the computer to turn the computer on. If the screen is black, but the lights are lit
Microsoft Outlook 2007 Calendar Features Participant Guide HR Training and Development For technical assistance, please call 257-1300 Copyright 2007 Microsoft Outlook 2007 Calendar Objectives After completing
2 CONTENTS Module One: Getting Started... 6 Opening Outlook... 6 Setting Up Outlook for the First Time... 7 Understanding the Interface...12 Using Backstage View...14 Viewing Your Inbox...15 Closing Outlook...17
TNC s Weed Information Management System (WIMS 3) Installation Guide & Checklist Updated February 2008 This WIMS Installation Guide & Checklist guide you through the installation process of WIMS on both
What s a Computer? Computers are devices that let you digitally do almost anything. They do calculations, functions, or operations quickly and efficiently. However, they don t run on their own! You use
The External Data Ribbon Import data to a new table (from spreadsheets, other databases or database programs, Outlook address books, text files) 1. Click the tab to view the External Data Ribbon. 2. In
Welcome to Bridgit @ CSU The Software Used To Data Conference. Overview SMART Bridgit software is a client/server application that lets you share programs and information with anyone, anywhere in the world.
P34 V6.0 Congratulations on your purchase of the GIGABYTE Notebook. This manual will help you to get started with setting up your notebook. The final product configuration depends on the model at the point
Getting Started Getting Started MagicConnect is a remote access service that allows you safe remote access to a target device from your remote device. What is a remote device? It is a Windows device, iphone/ipad,
Unit 2 Using Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Unit Objectives This unit includes the knowledge and skills required to familiarize you with the most frequently used functions of an operating system. Elements
New Features in Microsoft Office 2007 TABLE OF CONTENTS The Microsoft Office Button... 2 The Quick Access Toolbar... 2 Adding buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar... 2 Removing buttons from the Quick Access
Setting up and Using the Bluetooth Card Cell Phone Instructions for Vanguard Plus and Essence VG Software Version 5.06 or higher * For Bluetooth Card instructions for a Vantage+ or Vanguard II with software
PowerPoint (Win) v.2007 Making an Accessible Book Introduction This tutorial will guide you through the process of creating an accessible book using PowerPoint 2007. This tutorial assumes The PowerPoint
Quick Start Using DASYLab with your Measurement Computing USB device Thank you for purchasing a USB data acquisition device from Measurement Computing Corporation (MCC). This Quick Start document contains
NDA-30141 ISSUE 1 STOCK # 200893 CallCenterWorX-Enterprise IMX MAT Quick Reference Guide MAY, 2000 NEC America, Inc. LIABILITY DISCLAIMER NEC America, Inc. reserves the right to change the specifications,
Intel Unite Solution Standalone User Guide Legal Disclaimers & Copyrights All information provided here is subject to change without notice. Contact your Intel representative to obtain the latest Intel
Computer Link Software Important Information Except as otherwise expressly stated in the License that accompanies a program, Texas Instruments makes no warranty, either express or implied, including but
Jefferson Parish Library Computer Training Team Basic Computer Skills-With Office 2010 August 2011 1 Basic Computer Skills with Office 2010 Desktop with Icons Icons Task Bar Icons on the desktop represent
Book Builder Training Materials Using Book Builder September 2014 Prepared by WDI, Inc. Table of Contents Introduction --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
User s Guide Trademark Notice LinQ, SMART Board, Sympodium, Notebook, Bridgit, smarttech and the SMART logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of SMART Technologies Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Apple imac When you first sit down to use an Apple Macintosh Computer, or Mac for short, you may seem intimidated by using something other than Microsoft Windows, but once you use a Mac, you might find
Backing up Important Data Data Backup Procedures for Medford High School Faculty & Staff Backup Procedures for saving to: Zip Drives CD-ROM Drives Floppy Disks Data Travelers And how to use the Windows
Hands-on Guide Using FileMaker Pro with Microsoft Office Making FileMaker Pro Your Office Companion page 1 Table of Contents Introduction... 3 Before You Get Started... 4 Sharing Data between FileMaker
User Manual Windows 7 / Vista / XP iotablet Driver I. General Information 2 1. Overview 2 2. Pen Tablet Function 2 3. System Requirements 2 4. Driver Installation 3 5. Hardware Installation 3 6. Verifying
The SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard 1. Press the power button, the indicator ring flashes green to indicate that the projector lamp is starting up. The What would you like to do? menu will be displayed.
1. Launch Microsoft Word icon in Applications > Microsoft Office 2008 (or on the Dock). 2. When the Project Gallery opens, view some of the available Word templates by clicking to expand the Groups, and
V2.0 Congratulations on your purchase of the AORUS Notebook! This Manual will help you to get started with setting up your notebook. For more detailed information, please visit our website at http://www.aorus.com.
Macintosh Operating System OSX 10.3.x STARTING YOUR COMPUTER Logging in Whenever you start your computer, you will need to enter your computer password at the log in screen. When the log in screen appears,
XConsole GUI setup communication manual September 2010. XConsole is compatible with Microsoft XP, Vista and Windows 7. The software will also work if using Boot camp on a Mac. IMPORTANT NOTES: - Do NOT
Task Force on Technology EXCEL Basic terminology Spreadsheet A spreadsheet is an electronic document that stores various types of data. There are vertical columns and horizontal rows. A cell is where the
Software User's Guide Brother QL-series The contents of this guide and the specifications of this product are subject to change without notice. Brother reserves the right to make changes without notice
Kennesaw State University Information Technology Services Technology Outreach Team SMART Board Notebook 10 User Manual Copyright 2010 Information Technology Services Kennesaw State University This document
Upgrade Guide Step 1: Backing up your personal data on your HTC Touch If there is information on your device that you would like to retain, you will need to create a backup copy on your desktop PC prior
Carry it Easy User Guide User Manual Version 3.2 2004-2010 CoSoSys Ltd. Carry it Easy User Manual Table of Contents Table of Contents... I 1. Introduction... 1 2. System Requirements... 1 3. Installation...
Action Replay DSi User Guide v1.2 Index 1. Getting Started 1.1. Pack Contents 1.2. Connect Action Replay to your DS/DS Lite/DSi 1.3. Getting around Action Replay s Menus 2. Action Replay Cheat Codes 2.1.
NETWORK PRINT MONITOR User Guide Legal Notes Unauthorized reproduction of all or part of this guide is prohibited. The information in this guide is subject to change without notice. We cannot be held liable
Learning Development Service Introduction to PowerPoint: 1. Oral Presentations Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Dr Helen Dixon Information Services Teaching and Learning James Diffin Learning Development
Power Point 2007 Manual OIRE Escuela de Profesiones de la Salud Power Point 2007 2008 The New Power Point Interface PowerPoint is currently the most common software used for making visual aids for presentations.
Entrust Certificate Services Entrust Certificate Services for Adobe CDS Getting Started Guide Entrust SafeNet Authentication Client: 8.3 Date of issue: July 2015 Document issue: 3.0 Revisions Issue and
A publication of TeachUcomp Incorporated. Copyright TeachUcomp, Inc. 2015 Introductory OneNote teachucomp, inc. it s all about you Copyright: Copyright 2015 by TeachUcomp, Inc. All rights reserved. This
Microsoft PowerPoint 2008 Starting PowerPoint... 2 Creating Slides in Your Presentation... 3 Beginning with the Title Slide... 3 Inserting a New Slide... 3 Slide Layouts... 3 Adding an Image to a Slide...
Migrating to Excel 2010 - Excel - Microsoft Office 1 of 1 In This Guide Microsoft Excel 2010 looks very different, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve. Read on to learn key
Legal Notes Unauthorized reproduction of all or part of this guide is prohibited. The information in this guide is subject to change for improvement without notice. We cannot be held liable for any problems
SD7000 Digital Microphone Monitor Software manual Table of Contents 1. Installing The Monitor Software 1.1 Setting Up Receivers For Monitoring 1.2 Running The Application 1.3 Shutdown 2. The Detail Monitoring
PCLaw 11.0 Administration Guide About this guide This guide provides a list of tasks for installing PCLaw Practice Management Software. If you need additional information, refer to the PCLaw Support Center.
Introduction Schedule an event and/or meeting. Schedule all-day and recurring events. Assign tasks to another user and use special shortcut keys. Contents Introduction Contents Calendar View Edit an appointment
SoundCTRL System QUICK START GUIDE Quick Start Guide SoundCTRL version 1.0 For Ultrasonic Inspection and Equipment Condition Analysis CTRL Systems, Inc. 1004 Littlestown Pike, Suite H Westminster, MD 21157
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.