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To activate this function, press “Space-m (dots 1-3-4) or “Alt”. Then, use “Space-1” or “Space-4” to move to “Save file”, and pres “Enter”. Or you can activate this function by pressing “Ctrl-S (dots 2-3-4) directly while in the calculation line. When the dialog is opened, "Result.brl" is automatically displayed in the file name edit box. You can keep the default file name or type another of your choosing in to the edit box. When you have finished typing your file name. press “Enter”, and the file is saved to the root of your SD card. If you want to cancel the “Save file” function, press “Esc”. 5.1.4 Copy and paste To copy the calculation on the current line to the clipboard, press “Ctrl- C(dots 1-4)” You can then paste the calculation to another place in the Calculator, or you may paste it to a document in the Notepad. You can paste the calculation by pressing “Ctrl-V (dots 1-2-3-6)”. You can also copy just the most recent result to the clipboard by pressing “Ctrl-R (dots 1-2-3-5). This function is different from the “Copy calculation” function, as this function saves only the last result. 5.2 Alarm You can set an "Alarm" so that it sounds on the Braille EDGE 40 at a specified time for a single occurrence, once a week, or every day. To open "Alarm" from the Main menu, use "Space-1" or "Space-4" to navigate to "Applications", and press "Enter". Move to the “Alarm” by using “Space-4” or “Space-1”, and press “Enter”.
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If this is the first time you have opened "Alarm", and you have not yet set the time or date in the Braille EDGE 40, the unit prompts, "Set time: (00:00)". 5.2.1 Set Time When you execute “Alarm”, you are placed on the “hour”. You can type the time directly or use “Up/down navigation button” and “Left/right navigation buttons” to input time. then, press “Enter” or “Right navigation button” to save the “Time” and move to the “Term” setting. Use the keystrokes below to adjust the time: Left/Right navigation button: move the cursor to hour or minute Up/Down navigation button: change the time value 5.2.2 Term Use the “Term” setting to define just when the alarm sounds. There are four options: "Off", "Once", "Week days", and "Every day". Move among these options by pressing "Space-1" or "Space-4". If the "Term" is set to "Off", the alarm does not sound at the specified time no matter how the other options in the dialog are set. If the "Term" is set to "Once", the alarm sounds only once. If the "Term" is set to "Week day", the alarm sounds at the same time every weekday, Monday through Friday. If the "Term" is set to "Everyday", the alarm sounds at the specified time 7 days a week. When you have selected your preference, press "Enter" or “Right navigation button” to move to the next field. 5.2.3 Duration This option sets the amount of time that the alarm sounds. You can choose duration time from 1 minute to 9 minutes the default is 5 minutes. You can type the duration in minutes directly. Or you can move among these options by pressing “Backspace"/“Space” or “Up navigation button”/ “Down
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navigation button”. If you set the ringing duration to "1 minute", the alarm
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