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placed on “Yes”, press “Enter”. If you don’t want to delete the selected appointment, press “N(dots 1-3-4-5)” or, move your cursor to “No”, and press “Enter”. 5.6.7 Copy and paste appointment You can copy appointments stored in the "Scheduler" to a document in notepad. Navigate the cursor to the specific appointment you want to copy from the Calendar view, “View all appointment” or “Search appointment” list. Open the menu by pressing "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "Alt, and select "Copy appointment", and press "Enter". Or, press "Ctrl-c (dots 1-4)" to activate this function directly. You can then paste the appointment to a document in the Notepad by pressing “Ctrl-V (dots 1-2-3-6)”.
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5.6.8 Backup appointment The “Backup” function creates a backup of all appointments and saves the backup on the unit. To backup your appointments, open the menu by pressing "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "Alt". Then, use the up and down arrows ("Space-1" or "Space-4"), to navigate to "Backup appointment". Or, you can press "Ctrl-b (dots 1-2)" to activate the “Backup” function directly. 5.6.9 Restore appointment To restore your appointments from a previous backup, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "Alt" to open the menu, and use the up and down scroll buttons to locate "Restore Appointment". Then, press "Enter". You can also press "Ctrl-r (dots 1-2-3-5)" to activate this function directly. Note: If you activate the "Restore Appointment" function, and the backup file contains appointments that also exist in your current file, you will have redundant appointments.
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6. Options To change your Braille EDGE 40 preferences/options, move to “Options” by pressing “Space-4” repeatedly, and press “Enter” or just press “O (dots 1-3- 5)” from the main menu. You can move among the items in the settings list by pressing “Space-1” or “Space-4”. You can change the value of a setting using Space or Backspace. If you want to save the options, press ‘ENTER’ If you want to exit the “Options” without saving changes, press ‘Esc’. The following are the settings that can be changed: 1. Eight dot mode: On/Off This option allows you to set your Braille mode to 6 dot mode or 8 dot mode. The default is ‘Off’. If this option is set to “On”, all of the upper case characters are displayed with dot 7 on the Braille display. Use “Space” to toggle this option. If you want to cancel the option setting, press ‘Esc’ key and you are returned to the main menu. 2. View Shortcut keys: On/Off This option defines whether shortcut keys are displayed after menu items. The default is on. If you change this option to off, shortcut keys are not displayed with each menu option. Use “Space” to toggle this item on/off. Press “Enter” to save the setting. To cancel without saving, press “esc”, and you are returned to the main menu. 3. View File information: On/Off This option allows you to choose whether or not file/folder attributes are shown in the file browser. The default is “Off”. If this option is set to “Off”, only the file name and item number are displayed. Ex) ‘noname.brl 1/1’
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