E 32 9 differences between fx 9860g calculator and fx

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Unformatted text preview: 9. Differences between fx-9860G Calculator and fx-9860G Manager PLUS Functions • This section explains the differences between fx-9860G calculator functions and fx-9860G Manager PLUS emulator functions. k eActivity Applications (SD Card Access) Calculator: SD card access supported. Emulator: Performing an operation that accesses an SD card displays a dialog box, which can be used to open an eActivity saved on your computer or save an eActivity on your computer. Trying to perform an optimize operation while accessing an SD card will cause an error. Example: To use the emulator to create a new eActivity file (ABC.g1e) on an SD card (actually your computer’s hard disk) 1. From the Main Menu, enter the e·ACT mode. 2. Click 6(SD). • This displays the SD access screen. 3. Click 2(NEW). • This displays a file name input dialog box. E-33 4. Select the location on your computer where you want to save the file, input the file name (ABC.g1e), and then click [Save]. • This displays the eActivity file editing screen. * Subsequent operations are identical to those you would perform on the calculator. * After you are finished, perform the required operation to save the file. Example: To use the emulator to open an eActivity file (ABC.g1e) that is stored on an SD card (actually your computer’s hard disk) 1. From the Main Menu, enter the e·ACT mode. 2. Click 6(SD). • This displays the SD access screen. 3. Click 1(OPEN). • This displays a file selection dialog box. 4. Type in the file name (ABC.g1e), and then click [Open]. • This displays the eActivity file editing screen. E-34 k LINK Application Calculator: Data transfer execution supported. Emulator: Data send/receive, and configuring cable, wakeup, and capture settings are not supported. Attempting to perform any of these operations causes an error. k MEMORY Applications (SD Card Access) Calculator: Data save to and data read from an SD card supported. Emulator: Performing an operation that accesses an SD card displays a dialog box, which can be used to store data to a computer file and to import a file. Trying to perform the SD card optimize operation on the emulator will cause an error. SD card (actually your computer’s hard disk) access can be performed by selecting either a folder or a file. What you select depends on the type of operation you want to perform. When to select a folder on your computer’s hard disk Select a folder on your computer’s hard disk when you want to perform any one of the following operations. • Copying main memory or storage memory contents to an SD card (actually your computer’s hard disk) • Loading backup data from an SD card (actually your computer’s hard disk) • Saving backup data to an SD card (actually your computer’s hard disk) Example: To use the emulator to save backup data to your computer 1. From the Main Menu, enter the MEMORY mode. 2. Click 4(BKUP)1(SAVE). • This displays the save location selection screen. E-35 3. Click 2. • This...
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Ramiz during the Spring '11 term at Abilene Christian University.

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