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To set the date type the correct year month and day

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To set the date, type the correct year, month and day as mmddyyyy. For example, if you want to set the date as January 1st 2012, type 01022012. To edit the date, route your cursor to the place you want to correct and type the date value. Use the following keystrokes to navigate and set Time and date values: - Left/Right navigation button: Move the cursor among hour/minute/date - Up/Down navigation button: change the time or date value
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When you have set all the values correctly, press “Enter” to save the time and date. 5.3.2 Time and Date Options You can open the options menu with “ALT” key or “Space-m (dots 1-3-4)” and move to ‘Options’ by using “Space-4” or “Space-1”, and press “Enter”. You can also use “Ctrl-o (dots1-3-5)” to activate this function directly. In this dialog, you can choose “Time zone”, “Use daylight savings” and “Time format”. When you open "Options" for the first time, you are placed on "Time zone”. You can review the "time zone" list by pressing "Space" or by typing the first letter of time zones or represented cities. Select your time zone, and move to the next item by pressing “Down navigation button”. The "Use Daylight Saving" check box is displayed. You can check and uncheck this item using "Space". When you have selected your preference, press the “Down navigation button”. The next item is "Time format", the options for which are 12 hour and 24 hour time. You can toggle between the two using "Space". When you have set all options, press “Enter” to save your settings. 5.4 Stop Watch To open the “Stop watch”, move to “Applications” by using “Space-4” or “Space-1” from the main menu, and press “Enter”. Move to the “Stop Watch” by using “Space-4” or “Space-1”. When you press "Enter" on the "Stopwatch", "00:00:00" is displayed. Press "Enter", to start the stopwatch running. Press "Enter" again, to stop.
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While the stopwatch is running, press "Space", to pause, and the Braille EDGE 40 displays the elapsed time in Braille. Pressing "Space" again restarts the stopwatch running. If you press "Backspace" while the stopwatch is paused or running, the Braille EDGE 40 clears to "00:00:00". 5.5 Countdown Timer To open the “Countdown Timer”, move to “Applications” using “Space-4” or “Space-1” from the main menu, and press “Enter”. Move to the “Countdown Timer” by using “Space-4” or “Space-1”. When you press “Enter” on the “Countdown Timer”, "00:00:00" is displayed and you are placed on the hour. You are asked to type hours, minutes, and seconds. You can type the time directly or change the time values using the “Up navigation button” or “Down navigation button”. When typing the hours, minutes, and seconds, type a two-digit number for the hour, 2 digits for the minute, and 2 digits for the second using Computer Braille. You do not need to use a number sign. If you press "Enter" without typing a specified value, the "Countdown timer" starts counting down from the default time of one minute. When started, the "Countdown timer" displays "countdown xx minute", and continues displaying the remaining time as it counts down.
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