Sharp Y0-P5 User Manual
Y0-p5, Setting/chang!ng the daily alarm time, Turning tha alarms on and oil
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persons resulfing from the use of this product and
any rrf its functions, such as stolen credit card
numbers, loss or alteration of stored data, etc.
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2nd Function key
Activates the second function specificallv assigned to
the nextkey tapped.
(ii'-iKsll: English-Spanish word translator mods key
ilGAtvEl): Game mode key
Horae Clock/Worid Clock mode key
(lpio:coH'<l): Calculation/Convetsion mode key
(): Search keys
(iBviieHii: Enter key
»in this nranuad, these Mode keys are represented with icons in parentheses.
3. using тгш aocK
1, Tap ICLOCKi once or tvdce to display the World clock
2. Tap (3 nr [v]tQ select the desired dly.
4. Changing the cities between Home
and World clacks
You can change the home city tor a city in another time
zone without acliusting the stored correct time.
1. Tap I
I once or twice to display the World clock
2. Tap 3 or ¡V] and selectthe desired city to be set
as the new home city.
3. Tap H^Si! to change the cities between Home
and World clocks.
» The previous home city is now set as the vrorld
city (without ").
4. Tap ICLQckI to check the home city.
• The selected city in step 2 is set as the home city
5. Tap ICLOCKi to recheck the world city, and tap 3
or И to select the new world city, if needed.
5. Setting daylight saving time (DST:
B. Setting alarms
The Organizer has 3 types of alarms;
1. Daily alarm____ __ beeps every day at the alarm
time (for 1 minute), when
“(k# is turned on.
2. Hourly alarm_______ beeps every hour when
minutes reach. “00". when
“ 4 "isturned on.
3. Schedule alarm_____beeps at the time for all the
schedule entries (for 1
minute), when '•^«)'’ is
turned on. (Refer to
Tap any key to stop the alarm beeping.
Setting/Chang!ng the daily alarm time
! once or twice to dispiay Home clock
Tap 4 to display the
daily alarm screen.
(The display difters
and 24-hour cfock.)
A L A R M
A 1 2 -Q 0
once or twice to display the Home ortiie
2. Tap SSI.
“jT is displayed. The time is set 1 hour ahrad. To
clear DST, tap to clear The time Is set 1
N o t e s
• DST can be set independently in either Home or
• When DST is set for one world city, it is used for all
• cities (fisplayed in World clock.
• The daily alarm time is set.
Turning tha alarms on and oil
An alarm sounds only when the respective symbol
(ÍN), 4, or® 4) is turned on.
Display Home clock (lap IO-OC
I once or twice) and tap
4 to display the daily alarm screen.
Each time you tap 4 while the daily alarm screen is
displayed, the combination of symbols switches.
• Alarms sound even when the Organizer is turned off.
Telephone mode is composed of two directions of
storage memory. Tap ITELSCHEP.'raEMSl to select''!" and
Use these files lor convenience, e.g. business
and private files.
A telephone entry consists of name, address.
E-mail address, wab address (URL) and number fields.
Storing telephone entries
N U M B E H ?
2 - 3 4 5 6 - 7 8 9 0
3 4 5 6 - 7 8 9 1 ^
N A M E ?
several times to display
the Telephone mode
2. Enter name. e.g- SMtTH I
^ ROBERT, and tap
Enter phone number;
and fax number if
IspAcei !5idl 3456-7891. and tanie-iTHi'i
• "STORED!" appears briefly, then tlie Telephone mode
screen is displayed. The telephone entry is now
3. Enter address, e.g. lail 18 I
I liridl EAST
. and tap
4. Enter E-mail address,
‘ ‘ h a r p s e c .
The 1st line:
and web address
symbols. "+-X i-
The 2nd and the
- F (Fax). P