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  • Fiche Technique lc850m
    Vraiment une calculatrice de poche et qui peut s attacher comme un stylo C est tellement petit qu on l égare facilement L interrupteur à trois positions pour garder le résultat du dernier calcul Retour vers l accueil Pour tous

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  • Fiche Technique IBM PS/2 Note N33sx
    parallèle connecteur téléphonique modem intégré Lecteur de code barre Lecteur de K7 Lecteur de disquette Basic traitement de texte logiciel de communication 1 7 Kg 1983 Un autre clone du Tandy Model 100 Le clavier est atypique dans sa dispositon La liste des clones compatibles connus Tandy model 100 102 200 Olivetti M100 Kyotronic K 85 Nec PC8201 et PC8300 La machine du musée est arrivée seule sans alimentation Sachant

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  • Fiche Technique IBM PS/2 Note N33sx
    est une habitude chez IBM Si vous êtes un peu bricoleur il est très facile de remplacer les batteries avec un simple tournevis un fer à souder et un peu de patience Par contre la qualité est au rendez vous comme presque tous les modèles IBM la machine est indestructible Et c est toujours un bonheur à démonter aucun piège Quelques coups de tournevis et la machine se démonte entièrement Sans compter que les éléments les plus sensibles sont directement accessibles barette mémoire pile de sauvegarde Pour plus d infos cliquez ici Pour commencer un très grand merci à mon ami Jim Schneider Grâce à lui j ai pu faire redémarrer cette machine avec son lecteur de disquette externe Après quoi extraction de la batterie CMOS Lithium MnO2 Li 3V référence CR14250SE et remplacement par une batterie standard Lithium 3V coût 3 Euro Seul bémol faire attention aux dimensions car l espace est compté J allais oublier vous trouverez dans les liens le moyen de se procurer une disquette de démarrage incontournable pour refaire le setup de la machine Autre petite remarque sur la qualité le clavier On est très loin de la qualité des claviers de certains Thinkpad Ici

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  • Fiche Technique Tandy WP-2
    Ko extensible à 64Ko mais il y a un piège 256 Ko Cristaux liquides 80 colonnes Lecteur de disquette connexion sur le port RS232 et magnéto cassette Mécanique 62 touches Externe 8 5V 120mA Batterie interne autonomie inconnue 2 éléments Imprimante RS232C port d extension Traitement de texte communications agenda répertoire 1994 La notice du moins en grande partie mais en anglais pour l instant Le site de Tandy Retour

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  • Tandy WP-2, notice d'utilisation
    to insert the other file 2 Press F2 The Files menu appears 3 Highlight the name of the data device that contains the file you want to merge Then press ENTER A list of the files contained in that data device is displayed NOTE You can not merge a file that is stored on cassette tape 4 Highlight the file name of the document that you want to merge with the document you were working on Then press F1 M The selected document is inserted at the position indicated by the cursor in Step 1 7 13 OPEN A NEW FILE To store the document that you are currently working on and open a new file 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Highlight MEMORY Do not select any of the other data devices as the target device for this option 3 Press F1 N The current document is saved to the WP 2 s memory 4 At the New File Name prompt type in the name of your new file and press ENTER If the file name you typed in already exists that file is loaded onto the screen If not a new file is created 7 14 RENAME A DOCUMENT To rename any of your documents 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Highlight the name of the data device that contains the file you want to rename Then press ENTER A list of the files contained in that data device is displayed NOTE You can not rename a file that is stored on cassette tape 3 Highlight the file name of the document that you want to rename Then press F1 R 4 If you decide not to rename the selected file press Cncl to return to the list of files in the specified data source Otherwise at the New File Name prompt type in a new name for the selected file Then press ENTER After the file name is changed the WP 2 returns to the list of files which now displays the new file name in place of the old file name 7 15 RUN A FILE STORED IN MEMORY To run a file stored in the WP 2 s memory 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Highlight the file name of the document you want to run 3 Press F2 7 NOTE If the file you select is not a program file the error message Not program file appears If this happens simply select another file and try the Run function again 7 16 SAVE A FILE To save a document from the WP 2 s memory to another data source such as a cassette tape or diskette see Copy a Document 7 17 SAVE THE USER S DICTIONARY FILE For brief information about connecting optional devices such as a cassette recorder or a disk drive see Adding Options in the section A Practical Guide To save the user s dictionary file from the WP 2 s dictionary memory to a storage device 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Highlight MEMORY Press F1 W 3 At the FILE NAME prompt type in the name for your user s dictionary Press ENTER The user s dictionary is saved to the WP 2 s memory The WP 2 returns to the Files menu Press ENTER A list of the files contained in memory is displayed 5 To copy the user s dictionary file to another device highlight the file name of the user s dictionary that you want to copy Then press F1 C A list of all the devices is displayed 6 To select the target device the device to which you want to copy the document highlight the name of the desired device Then press ENTER The prompt New File Name and the current name of the file appear 7 If you do not want to change the name of the file simply press ENTER If you want to change the name of your user s dictionary as it appears on the target device simply type in the new name next to the New File Name prompt Then press ENTER If the target device contains a file with the same name the WP 2 prompts FILE EXISTS Overwrite Yes No To overwrite the existing file with the file with the file you are trying to copy press Y When the Copy function completes the WP 2 returns to the Files menu If you do not want to overwrite the existing file with the file you are copying press N You can rename the file stored on the target device see Rename a Document or change the name of the user s dictionary file you are copying as indicated in Step 7 NOTE The FILE EXISTS prompt does not appear when the target device is TAPE If you type documents related to a variety or topics you might want to prepare more than one user s dictionary For example some documents you write might pertain to business matters some could be letters to your children and others could be science fiction stories that you write for fun It could be helpful to have a user s dictionary devoted specifically to each topic Then you could load the most relevant user s dictionary as your working dictionary when you work on a particular document If you decide to use more than one user s dictionary for quick reference give each user s dictionary an name that is easy to recognize To load a user s dictionary from another device see Load a User s Dictionary File 7 18 STORE THE DOCUMENT ON THE SCREEN AND OPEN A NEW FILE If you want to store the document you are currently working on and create a new file see Open a New File 7 19 SWAP THE DISPLAYED DOCUMENT AND IN EXISTING DOCUMENT You can save the current document to a data device other than the WP 2 s memory and load another file from that same device Be sure the data device that you want to use is properly connected to the WP 2 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Highlight the name of the data device that contains the file you want to swap with the current document Press ENTER A list of the files contained in the data device is displayed NOTE You cannot swap with the files stored on cassette tape 3 Highlight the file name of the document that you want to load Then press F1 S If there is adequate space in memory and on the target device to allow for the swap the document you selected appears If the file name you selected as the file to swap with already exists in the WP 2 s memory or if the target device contains a file with the same name as the current file in the WP 2 the error message Filename already exists appears If this happens follow the procedures in the section Rename a Document Then try the swap function again 7 20 VIEW A DOCUMENT To view not edit any of the files stored on any of the data devices listed in the Files menu 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Highlight the name of the data source that contains the file you want to view Then press ENTER A list of the files contained in that data device is displayed NOTE You can not view files stored on cassette tape 3 Highlight the file name of the document you want to view Then press F1 V 4 The first seven lines of the document appear on the screen If the file is longer than seven lines the word MORE appears at the bottom of the screen Press ENTER to view the next seven lines Continue this process to view the entire document Press Cncl or ENTER when you have finished viewing the document The WP 2 returns to the Files menu 8 Calendrier The Calendar function lets you create sort update and store a list of events and special occasions You can store all of your engagements on a single list or create individualized lists such as business appointments or social events Each time you create a new list of events mycal do is the filename automatically assigned to the list However you can easily rename each list of events See Rename a List of Events For quicker reference be sure to select a filename that you will easily recognize When you perform the Calendar function the list of events entitled mycal do is the only file you can load If you want to access other lists of events use the Files function See Rename a List of Events for details In this section you can find additional information on using the Calendar function 8 1 ADD AN EVENT TO AN EXISTING LIST OF EVENTS Move the cursor to the last item in the list of events Then follow the instructions in Calendar 8 2 CALENDAR The Calendar function allows you to keep track of your busy schedule 1 Press F2 0 The Calendar screen appears There are three headings MO DD YY for the date HH MI for the time and COMMENT for whatever information you choose to include about a given date and time as well as status information current cursor position the amount of available memory in the WP 2 and the document name Notice that the document is automatically assigned the name mycal do Press any key to remove the headings and the status information from the screen 2 Type a date that you want to remember Be sure to use the mm dd yy format two digits for the month two for the day and two for the year For example the date April 3 1990 would be 04 03 90 NOTE You can organize your list of events in chronological order the order of occurrence by using the Sort function See Sort for more information 3 Press Then press the space bar If you want your columns to line up you can press Tab to move to the next column Depending on the tab settings you might have to press Tab more than once to get to the desired tab position To change settings see Format 4 The first thing you must do when typing the time is to indicate a m or p m Type a for morning a m or p for afternoon evening p m Then without pressing the space bar type the time Be sure to use the hh mm format two digits for the hour and two digits for the minute For example the time 7 30 p m would be p07 30 5 Press Then press the space bar or press Tab to move to the next column 6 This third column can be used to list any extra information you want about each event After you type the appropriate information press ENTER The cursor goes to the beginning of the next line where you can type the next date NOTE Limit the information about each event to one line 7 Press F2 Bksp to exit the list The WP 2 returns to the text of the document you were in prior to initiating the Calendar function You can keep all of you scheduled activities and special occasions in one list but you might find it helpful to have some of these events in separate smaller lists For example if there are several events on your main list that are related to one general category such as social activities make a new file called social do To create a new file see Open a New File Then copy events See Cut and Paste to move events The next time you need to check your social calendar you can simply view this file See View a List of Events NOTE The filename mycal do is automatically assigned to each new calendar list that you create However you can easily rename each list See Rename a List of Events For quicker reference choose a filename that you can easily recognize 8 3 CHECK THE STATUS OF A FILE To check the current status of a file see Status 8 4 COPY Use the Copy and Paste functions to duplicate dates and activities within a list of events or to copy dates and activities to another list of events be sure to enter the lists of events through the Files function rather than the Calendar function 1 Press F1 9 Select function to highlight activities that you want to copy 2 Press F1 0 to perform the Copy function The highlighting on the text disappears but the selected text is now stored in a temporary file named temp inv 3 To insert a copy of the selected activities within your current list of events move the cursor to the position where you want this text to appear Press F1 to paste the text in place 4 To copy the selected text to another list of events first display that list of events Then move the cursor to the position where you want this text to appear Press F1 to paste the text in place NOTE The highlighted text that was selected to be copied remains in the temp inv file until you copy or cut another section of text If you want to delete the temp inv file without storing new text simply perform the Copy function without selecting any text The message Do you really want to clear cut copy buffer Yes No appears Press Y to clear the buffer of N to leave it as is 8 5 CORRECT AN ERROR Press Bksp to erase the character immediately preceding the cursor position Press and hold this key to repeat the function and delete the text preceding the cursor The text compresses as characters are deleted Press Shift Bksp to delete the character at the cursor position Press and hold this key combination to repeat the function and delete text following the cursor The text compresses as characters are deleted 8 6 CUT You can use Cut to delete selected activities You can also use it with the Paste function to move selected events to another location 1 Press F1 9 Select function and use the arrow keys to highlight the section of your document that you want to cut 2 Press F1 to perform the Cut function The highlighted text disappears and is stored in a temporary file named temp inv NOTE The highlighted text that was cut from the document remains in the temp inv file until you copy or cut another section of text If you want to delete the temp inv file without storing new text perform the Copy function without selecting any text The message Do you really want to clear cut copy buffer Yes No appears Press Y to clear the buffer or N to leave it as is If you accidentally delete a section of text by using the Cut function you can reinsert it by placing the cursor where you want the text to go Then press F1 to paste the text back in place 8 7 DELETE AN ENTIRE LIST OF EVENTS If all of the activities shown in a particular list of events have passed you can delete that calendar file NOTE Be sure to exit your mycal do calendar file before you proceed 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Highlight the device that contains the file that you want to delete Press ENTER A list of the files contained in that device is displayed NOTE You can not use this method to delete from a cassette tape 3 Highlight the calendar file that you want to delete Press F1 D 4 The prompt Are you sure Yes No appears To delete the selected file press Y After the file is deleted the WP 2 returns to the list of files which is now missing the filename you just deleted If you decide not to delete the selected file press N to return to the list of files in the specified device 8 8 DELETE CALENDAR TEXT Press Shift Bksp to delete the character at the cursor position Press and hold this key combination to repeat the function and delete text following the cursor The text compresses as characters are deleted To delete larger portions of a list of events see Cut 8 9 DISPLAY A LIST OF EVENTS To look at one of your lists of events see View a List of Events 8 10 DUPLICATE CALENDAR TEXT To copy selected activities to another location within a list of events or to copy selected activities to another list of events see Copy 8 11 EXIT To exit the Calendar function press F2 Bksp The WP 2 returns to the text file that you were in prior to initiating the Calendar function 8 12 FIND To locate a word or date within a list of events use the Find function 1 Move the cursor to the location in the list where you want the search to begin 2 Press F1 2 The prompt String to be found appears at the bottom of the screen 3 Type the word date or sequence of characters that you want top find up to 19 characters including spaces 4 Press ENTER to begin the Find function The search begins at the cursor position and moves forward through the list of events Upper and lowercase distinctions are sometimes ignored For example if you search for the word company typed in all lowercase letters the Find function locates occurrences of COMPANY Company or company However if you type the string to be found with initial capital letters or in all uppercase letters the WP 2 searches only for exact duplicates of the string as you typed it If the search is successful the specified text string is highlighted If the Find function cannot locate the specified text string the message Not found appears at the bottom of the screen Press Cncl to remove this message from the screen To find subsequent occurrences of the same text string press F1 2 again The same text string is still displayed in the String to be found prompt Press ENTER The next occurrence of the word is highlighted If the text string is not located the message Not found appears at the bottom of the screen Press Cncl to remove this message from the screen Also see Quick Search to find out how to do a quick search of a list of events 8 13 FORMAT To set the format of a list of events use the Format function Press F1 4 to display the current format This display shows linespacing margins and tab settings If you decide not to make any format changes simply press Cncl to return to text Follow these steps to make format changes in your list of events To change the linespacing for your list of events press down arrow once Type the desired linespacing number For example if you want the document to be doublespaced press 2 The cursor immediately moves back up to the format line If you decide not to make any linespacing changes press any of the arrow keys to move the cursor back up to the format line Tabs are indicated by the letter T If you are satisfied with the tab settings press ENTER If you want to clear a tab stop use left arrow or right arrow to move the cursor to the tab setting that you want to clear Press Repeat this step until all unnecessary tab stops have been cleared If you are now satisfied with the tab settings press ENTER If you want to set a new tab stop use left arrow or right arrow to move the cursor to the position in the format line where you want to set the tab stop Press T Repeat this step until all desired tab stops have been set When you are satisfied with the tab settings press ENTER To get on screen help while using the Format function press F1 1 A list appears on the right side of the screen The items in this list help you recall how to change the linespacing and tab settings without referring back to this topic in the manual again 8 14 HIGHLIGHT TEXT To highlight text see Select 8 15 INS OVR When you create a new document the WP 2 is in Insert mode Anything that you type is inserted at the cursor location The text moves to the right to accommodate the insertion To switch from Insert to Overtype mode simply press F2 again This Ins Ovr function allows you to switch between Insert mode and Overtype mode You can determine which mode you are in by observing the shape of the cursor When the WP 2 is set to Insert mode the cursor is a full block that is large enough to cover the entire length of a character When Overtype mode is selected the cursor is half as high and only covers the bottom portion of a character 8 16 INSERT TEXT To insert text anywhere in a document see Ins Ovr 8 17 LOAD A LIST OF EVENTS If a list of events was saved to another device and you are ready to load it back into the WP 2 s memory see Copy a Document in the File Issues section 8 18 MERGE To insert an entire list of events into the list of events currently being edited perform the merge function NOTE Be sure to enter the calendar lists through the Files function rather that the Calendar function 1 Move the cursor to the position is one list of events where you want to insert the other list of events 2 Press F2 The Files menu appears 3 Move the highlight bar over the calendar event file you want to merge Press F1 M The selected file is inserted at the position indicated by the cursor in Step 1 The WP 2 returns to the text of your original list of events 8 19 MOVE TEXT To move text within a list of events or to move text to another list of events see Cut and Paste 8 20 OPEN A NEW FILE To store the document you are working on and open a new file 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Move the highlight bar over MEMORY 3 Press F1 N The document is saved to the WP 2 s memory 4 At the New File Name prompt type in the name of your new file and press ENTER If the filename you typed in already exists that file is loaded onto the screen If not a new file is created 8 21 OVERTYPE TEXT To type over text replacing characters as you type see Ins Ovr 8 22 PASTE If the Cut or Copy function has stored selected activities in the temp inv file see Cut or Copy you can use Paste to insert these activities in place within your current list of events or within another list of events 1 Use the Cut or Copy function to store selected text 2 Move the cursor to the position in your list of events where you want selected events to appear 3 Press F1 to perform the Paste function The text is now in place If you want to paste the selected events within another list of events display that list Move the cursor to the position in that document where you want this text to appear Press F1 to paste the text in place NOTE You can paste the selected text in more than one location because the text remains in the buffer until you cut or copy another portion of text of until you deleted the temp inv file 8 23 PRINT A LIST OF EVENTS To print a list of events press F2 0 to initiate the Calendar function Then see Print in the Print Issues section for details on how to print 8 24 QUICK SEARCH To search quickly through a list of events to find a specific date use the Quick Search function To use this function most effectively first sort the list chronologically See Sort 1 Press F2 0 The mycal do list of events appears on the screen 2 Press F1 3 The cursor moves to the first position in the file 3 Type the first digit of the date to be found The cursor moves to the first occurrence of that number Note that only the first position of each line is searched If none of the dates on the list begin with the number typed in this step press Cncl to cancel the Quick Search function 4 If the WP 2 finds the first digit in the date you are trying to find type the second digit Then type the rest of the date using the standard date format for the Calendar function If the date is in your list of events the Quick Search function finds the first occurrence of it in the list 5 Press Cncl to cancel or end the Quick Search function 8 25 RENAME A LIST OF EVENTS When you perform the Calendar function the list of events entitled mycal do is the only file you can load If you want one of your other lists of events to appear instead when you initiate the Calendar function rename the mycal do file Then rename your other list of events as mycal do To rename this or any other file follow these steps 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Move the highlight bar over the device name that contains the file you want to rename Press ENTER NOTE You can not rename a file that is stored on cassette tape 3 Move the highlight bar over the list of events that you want to rename Press F1 R 4 At the New File Name prompt type in a new filename for the selected file Then press ENTER The Files menu appears with the new filename displayed If you decide not to rename the selected file press Cncl to return to the list of files in the specified device 8 26 REPLACE You can replace characters by using standard editing procedures See Ins Ovr Cut and Paste for other editing methods However if you want the WP 2 to find a certain word or date and replace it with another word or date use the Replace function 1 Move the cursor to the location in the list where you want the WP 2 to start replacing the text 2 Press F2 2 Two prompts appear at the bottom of the screen 3 At the prompt String to be found type the word date or sequence of characters you want to find and replace up to 19 characters including spaces 4 At the prompt String to replace with type the word date or sequence of characters you want to use as replacement text up to 19 characters including spaces 5 Press ENTER to begin the Replace function Upper and lowercase distinctions are sometimes ignored For example if you search for the word company typed in all lowercase letters the Find function locates occurrences of COMPANY Company or company However if you type the string to be found with initial capital letters or in all uppercase letters the WP 2 searches only for exact duplicates of the string as you typed it If the search is successful the specified text string is highlighted within the list of events where it was found Then the prompt Replace this string Yes No All appears on the screen If you want to replace this occurrence of the text string press Y If you want to skip to the next occurrence of the text string press N If you want to replace all occurrences of this text string press A If the Replace function can not locate the specified text string the message Not found appears at the bottom of the screen Press Cncl to remove this message from the screen 8 27 SAVE A LIST OF EVENTS If you want to save transfer and store a list of events to another device other that the WP 2 s memory see Copy a Document in the File Issues section NOTE Be sure to enter the lists of events through the Files function rather than the Calendar function 8 28 SELECT When you want to identify portions of text for deleting moving underlining and so on use the Select option 1 Move the cursor to the beginning of the text that you want to highlight 2 Press F1 9 3 Use the arrow keys to highlight the desired text If you want to select text quickly use any of the appropriate cursor movement key combinations discussed in the section Using the Keyboard 4 Then perform the task you want cut copy and so on 8 29 SORT The Sort function only works on calendar lists with the filename mycal do If the list of events you want to sort has a different filename change it back to mycal do See Rename a List of Events Follow these steps to sort a list of events chronologically in the order of occurrence 1 Press F2 0 to enter Calendar mode 2 To sort only a portion of a list of events highlight that portion and then press F2 3 3 Otherwise press F2 3 to sort the entire list 8 30 STATUS If you want to check the status of a document use the Status function 1 Press F2 1 The Status display appears on the screen showing the column headings the current cursor position line and column the amount of available memory and the document name The Status display can not be edited If you need to change margins or tab settings see Format 2 Press Cncl to return to the text 8 31 VIEW A LIST OF EVENTS To view not edit any of the event files stored on any of the devices listed in the Files menu follow this procedure NOTE Be sure to exit you mycal do calendar file before you proceed 1 Press F2 The Files menu appears 2 Move the highlight bar over the device name that contains the file you want to view Press ENTER A list of files contained in that device is displayed on the screen NOTE You can not view files that are stored on cassette tape 3 Move the highlight bar over the list of events you want to view Press F1 V The first seven lines of the list of events appear on the screen If the file is longer than seven lines the word MORE appears at the bottom of the screen Press ENTER to view the next seven lines Follow this procedure to view the entire list 4 Press Cncl or ENTER to stop viewing and return to the Files menu 9 Liste téléphonique The Phone function lets you create sort update and store a list of phone numbers You can store all of your phone numbers on a single list or create individualized lists such as frequently called or emergency numbers Each time you create a new phone list mypho do is the file name automatically assigned to the list However you can easily rename each phone list See Rename a Phone List for details For quicker reference be sure to select a file name that you will easily recognize When you perform the Phone function the phone list entitled Mypho do is the only file you can load If you want to access other phone files use the Files function See Rename a Phone List for details In this section you can find additional information on using the Phone function 9 1 ADD A PHONE NUMBER TO AN EXISTING PHONE LIST Move to the bottom of an existing phone list Then follow the instructions in Phone BACKSPACE Press Bksp to erase the character immediately preceding the cursor position Press and hold this key to repeat the function and delete text preceding the cursor The text compresses as characters are deleted 9 2 CHECK THE STATUS OF A FILE To check the current status of a file see Status 9 3 COPY Use the Copy and Paste functions to duplicate phone numbers within a phone list or to copy phone numbers to another phone list NOTE When copying to another phone list be sure to enter the phone lists through the Files function rather that the Phone function 1 Press F1 9 Select function and use the arrow keys to highlight phone number listings that you want to copy 2 Press F1 0 to perform the Copy function The highlighting on the text disappears but the selected text is now stored in a temporary file named temp inv 3 To paste the selected phone number listings into your current phone list move the cursor to the position on the list where you want this text to appear Press F1 to paste the text in place 4 To copy the selected text to another phone list first display that phone list Then move the cursor to the position in that list where you want this text to appear Press F1 to paste the text in place NOTE The selected text remains in the temp inv file until you copy or cut another section of text If you want to delete the temp inv file without storing new text simply perform the Copy function without selecting any text The message Do you really want to clear cut copy buffer Yes No appears Press Y to clear the buffer or N to leave it as is 9 4 CORRECT AN ERROR Press Bksp to erase the character immediately preceding the cursor position Press and hold this key to repeat the function and delete text preceding the cursor The text compresses as characters are deleted Press Shift Bksp to delete the character at the cursor position Press and hold this key combination to repeat the function and delete text following the cursor The text compresses as characters are deleted 9 5 CUT The Cut function can be used to delete phone number listings It can also be used with the Paste function to move phone numbers 1 Press F1 9 Select function and use the arrow keys to highlight the section of your document that you want to cut 2 Press F1 to perform the Cut function The highlighted text disappears and is stored in a temporary file named temp inv NOTE The highlighted text that was cut from the document remains in the temp inv file until you copy or cut another section of text If you want to delete the temp inv file without storing new text simply perform the Copy function without selecting any text The message Do you really want to clear cut copy buffer Yes No appears Press Y to clear the buffer or N to leave it as is If you want you can reinsert elected text Place the cursor where you want to insert the text Then press F1 to paste the text back in place 9 6 DELETE PHONE NUMBER TEXT Press Shift Bksp to delete the character at the cursor position Press and hold this key combination to repeat the function and delete text following the cursor The text compresses as characters are deleted To delete larger portions of a phone list see Cut 9 7 DIAL Before you attempt to use the Dial function be sure that the WP 2 is initialized information supplied to prepare the WP 2 to use a modem See Setup 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  • Fiche Technique TI57
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  • Fiche Technique PC1211
    une interface imprimante cassette audio Langage de programmation Basic L 177mm H 17mm l 71mm 170 g Octobre 1980 1 500 FF de l époque La mini valise qui transforme le nain en quelque chose d impossible à mettre dans une poche Le tout premier ordinateur de poche de la marque voire le tout premier ordinateur de poche à confirmer d une solidité exemplaire et finalement pas si fermé qu

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  • Fiche Technique TI57
    d enfer Les batteries pas facile de les remplacer Pour info blocs de batterie BP 7 et BP 8 le circuit présent dans le boitier n est qu un simple convertisseur DC DC qui permet à partir d une tension de 2 5V de produire une tension de 9V Donc à partir de deux éléments de 1 2V ça marche Mais attention Ne JAMAIS laisser le convertisseur à vide sans

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