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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Seite 1 - Manual for

Manual for Acer n50 Handheld

Seite 2 - COPYRIGHT

First things firstInstalling Software on Your Acer n50x

Seite 3 - About this Manual

Appendix A: Exchanging and updating data using Bluetooth® Utility (optional)Bluetooth® Settings86 Apply Power To The Bluetooth® HardwareThe first s

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Appendix A: Exchanging and updating data using Bluetooth® Utility (optional)Bluetooth® Browser 87•Two tabs:– My Shortcuts-displays a list of pre-confi

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Appendix A: Exchanging and updating data using Bluetooth® Utility (optional)Remote Device Services88 Dial-up Networking: Connect To A Remote Comput

Seite 6 - Maintaining your Acer n50

Appendix A: Exchanging and updating data using Bluetooth® Utility (optional)Remote Device Services 89Dial via Bluetooth lets you select a contact from

Seite 7 - Resetting your Acer n50

Appendix A: Exchanging and updating data using Bluetooth® Utility (optional)Remote Device Services90

Seite 8 - Locking your Acer n50

Appendix B: Regulation & safety noticesEnergy Star Guidelines Compliance 91Appendix B: Regulation & safety noticesThis appendix lists the gene

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Appendix B: Regulation & safety noticesNotice: Peripheral devices92 Notice: Peripheral devicesOnly peripherals (input/output devices, terminals

Seite 10 - First things first

Appendix B: Regulation & safety noticesImportant safety instructions 93Important safety instructionsRead these instructions carefully. Save them f

Seite 11 - Contents

Appendix B: Regulation & safety noticesLCD pixel statement94 the product specification list. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire

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Appendix B: Regulation & safety noticesEuropean Union (EU) 95European Union (EU)This device complies with the essential requirements of the Europe

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Contents 1 About this Manual iii First things first vYour guides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Appendix B: Regulation & safety noticesExposure of humans to RF fields (RSS-102)96 2. this device must accept any interference, including

Seite 15 - 1 Getting started

Appendix C: Wireless communication 97Appendix C: Wireless communicationApplicable only to the Acer Handheld device, this feature uses a built-in IEEE

Seite 16 - Features summary

Appendix C: Wireless communicationTray Icon98 Tray IconIcon Wireless LAN Card StatusExcellent signal strength. (RSSI > -57dBm ) Good signal stre

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Appendix C: Wireless communicationActivating the wireless feature 99Activating the wireless feature1 Tap the SWLUCE icon to activate the utility in th

Seite 18 - Acer n50 tour

Appendix C: Wireless communicationConfiguring the wireless settings100 Configuring the wireless settingsTo view and modify the IP address and serve

Seite 19 - Left view

Appendix C: Wireless communicationMain configuration of utility 101Main configuration of utilityStatus TabDisplay current connection information in on

Seite 20 - Top view

Appendix C: Wireless communicationMain configuration of utility102 When use click a 'More' button (DHCP IP case)More : Detailed informati

Seite 21 - Bottom view

Appendix C: Wireless communicationMain configuration of utility 103When use click a 'More' button (Static IP case)SiteSurvey TabSearch the a

Seite 22 - software

Appendix C: Wireless communicationMain configuration of utility104 • ChannelIndicates which channel is set to be used by the network.Advanced TabWh

Seite 23 - Connecting the computer

Appendix C: Wireless communicationMain configuration of utility 105Poor Signal : The station starts to search for better AP when signal strength of cu

Seite 24 - Charging your Acer n50

2 To write on the screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22Drawing on the screen .

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Appendix C: Wireless communicationMain configuration of utility106

Seite 26 - Setting up your Acer n50

1 IndexAActiveSync® 69, 85, 91, 97add program 81Bbacklight 5, 9Backupopening59Restore function 61Block Recognizer 21CCalendar 33command interface 15

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Calendar33create meeting request 36open 34schedule appointment 35summary screen 35Contact 37create contact 37find contact 38open 37summary screen 3

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Contents 3Microsoft® Reader for Pocket PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54Using the Guideboo

Seite 29 - Command interface

4 11 Customising your handheld 81Adjusting handheld settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Seite 30 - Command bar

1 Getting startedSystem requirements 11 Getting started This chapter will discuss the following topics: • Basic requirements• Feature highlights of yo

Seite 31 - Pop-up menus

1 Getting startedFeatures summary2 Audio• Embedded AC '97 CODEC with CD-quality stereo output • Built-in industry standard 2.5 mm stereo earpho

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1 Getting startedFeatures summary 3– 5-way directional pad for one-hand operation– Quick buttons for easy launch of commonly-used applications– Start

Seite 33 - 2 Entering data in

1 Getting startedAcer n50 tour4 Acer n50 tour Front viewNo. Component Description1 Power / Bluetooth® / 802.11b WLAN LED indicatorPower LED indicato

Seite 34 - To use Letter Recognizer

1 Getting startedAcer n50 tour 5NOTE: If your handheld is turned off, pressing any Quick button turns on the handheld and opens the program assigned t

Seite 35 - Writing on the screen

COPYRIGHTCopyright © 2004 Acer Inc. or its subsidiariesAll Rights Reserved. Printed in Taiwan. Acer n50 Handheld ManualOriginal issue: November 2004Ac

Seite 36 - To write on the screen

1 Getting startedAcer n50 tour6 Top view No. Label Description1 IR port Uses infrared techbology to transmit and receive data from other IR-enabled

Seite 37 - To convert writing to text

1 Getting startedPreparing to use your Acer n50 7Bottom view Preparing to use your Acer n50Perform the following easy installation tasks to begin usi

Seite 38 - Drawing on the screen

1 Getting startedPreparing to use your Acer n508 Installing the Microsoft® ActiveSync® software The main function of the Microsoft® ActiveSync® soft

Seite 39 - To edit a drawing

1 Getting startedPreparing to use your Acer n50 9Connecting the computer The sync cable that comes with your handheld enables you to synchronise the i

Seite 40 - Recording a message

1 Getting startedPreparing to use your Acer n5010 2 Plug the AC adapter into any AC current outlet.3 Plug the USB client connector into an availabl

Seite 41 - Using My Text

1 Getting startedPreparing to use your Acer n50 11NOTE: To take the battery pack out, first slide the battery release switch to the unlocked position,

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1 Getting startedPreparing to use your Acer n5012 If the battery level becomes low in the course of normal use, a status icon appears on the handhe

Seite 43 - 3 Managing

1 Getting startedPreparing to use your Acer n50 13Performing the first synchronisation processAfter completing the setup procedures you can now perfor

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1 Getting startedPreparing to use your Acer n5014 2 Plug the USB client connector into a USB port on your computer. The 'New Partnership'

Seite 45 - To use Find

1 Getting startedCommand interface 15Command interfaceHandheld buttons and the stylusYour handheld has hardware buttons that control actions and scrol

Seite 46 - To use File Explorer

About this Manual iiiAbout this ManualWelcome to the Acer n50 Handheld Manual. This Manual is designed to help you get up and running quickly with yo

Seite 47 - 4 Managing Microsoft

1 Getting startedCommand interface16 Start menuFrom the Start menu, you can select programs, settings and Help topics. To display the Start menu, f

Seite 48 - To open Calendar

1 Getting startedCommand interface 17• To see the name of a button, tap and hold the stylus on the button. Drag the stylus off the button so that the

Seite 49 - Scheduling an appointment

1 Getting startedCommand interface18

Seite 50 - Creating a meeting request

2 Entering data in your Acer n50Using the input panel 192 Entering data in your Acer n50You can enter data into your handheld in several ways:• Use th

Seite 51 - Contacts

2 Entering data in your Acer n50Using the input panel20 inserted into your text at the insertion point. The more you use your handheld, the more wo

Seite 52 - Finding a contact

2 Entering data in your Acer n50Writing on the screen 21To use Block RecognizerWith Block Recognizer you can input character strokes using the stylus

Seite 53 - Creating a task

2 Entering data in your Acer n50Writing on the screen22 To write on the screen• Tap the Pen button to switch to writing mode. This action displays

Seite 54 - Using the summary screen

2 Entering data in your Acer n50Writing on the screen 23To convert writing to text• Tap Tools and then Recognize.If you want to convert only certain w

Seite 55 - Creating a note

2 Entering data in your Acer n50Drawing on the screen24 .Tips for getting good recognition• Write neatly.• Write on the lines. Write the cross of t

Seite 56 - Messaging

2 Entering data in your Acer n50Drawing on the screen 252 Subsequent strokes in or touching the drawing box become part of the drawing.Drawings that d

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2 Entering data in your Acer n50Recording a message26 Recording a messageIn any program where you can write or draw on the screen, you can also qui

Seite 59 - 5 Managing Microsoft

2 Entering data in your Acer n50Using My Text 27Using My TextWhen using Inbox or MSN Messenger, use My Text to quickly insert preset or frequently use

Seite 60 - To enter information

2 Entering data in your Acer n50Using My Text28

Seite 61 - Writing mode

3 Managing applications and informationOpening an application 293 Managing applications and information This chapter will discuss the following topics

Seite 62 - Recording mode

3 Managing applications and informationSwitching between applications30 Icon Program UsageActiveSync Synchronise information between your handheld

Seite 63 - Pocket Excel

3 Managing applications and informationFinding and organising information 31Finding and organising informationUsing the Find function and the File Exp

Seite 64 - Protecting your workbooks

3 Managing applications and informationFinding and organising information32 To use File ExplorerUse File Explorer to locate files on your handheld

Seite 65 - Messenger

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsCalendar 334 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsThis chapter will discuss the basic appli

Seite 66 - Chatting with contacts

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsCalendar34 To open Calendar• Press the Calendar Quick button on the front panel of your handheld.

Seite 67 - Windows Media

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsCalendar 35Scheduling an appointmentYou can use Calendar to create or review appointments.To create a

Seite 68 - Reader for Pocket PC

First things firstYour guides vFirst things firstWe would like to thank you for making Acer n50 your choice for your handheld needs. Your new sleek Ac

Seite 69 - Reading a book

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsCalendar36 Creating a meeting requestYou can use Calendar to set up meetings with users of Outlook

Seite 70 - Using Reader features

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsContacts 37ContactsContacts maintains a list of your friends’ and colleagues’ contact information. Us

Seite 71 - Removing a book

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsContacts38 5 After entering the desired information, tap OK to return to the Contact list.Finding

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4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsTasks 39TasksUse Tasks to keep track of what you have to do and prioritise them based on their import

Seite 73 - 6 Backup and

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsTasks40 6 After entering the desired information, tap OK to return to the task list.TIP: To quickl

Seite 74 - Backup function

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsNotes 41NotesQuickly capture thoughts, reminders, ideas, drawings, and phone numbers with Notes. You

Seite 75 - Restore function

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsMessaging42 MessagingUse Messaging to send and receive e-mail messages by doing either of the foll

Seite 76 - 6 Backup and restore data

4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsMessaging 43You can work online or offline. When working online, you read and respond to messages whi

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4 Managing Microsoft® Pocket Outlook applicationsMessaging44 Managing email messages and foldersBy default, messages are displayed in one of five f

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5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsPocket Word 455 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsPerform your usual computi

Seite 79 - 7 Using expansion

First things firstPackage contentsvi Package contentsYour Acer n50 comes packed in a cardboard box. Carefully unpack the box and remove the content

Seite 80 - Using an USB thumb drive

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsPocket Word46 • Plain Text (.txt)NOTE: When you choose to create a new document, you will be

Seite 81 - 7 Using expansion features

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsPocket Word 47TIP: You can change the zoom magnification by tapping View and then Zoom. Then se

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5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsPocket Word48 If you cross three ruled lines in a single stylus stroke, the writing becomes

Seite 83 - 8 Exchanging and

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsPocket Excel 49For more information on using Pocket Word, tap > Programs > Pocket Word

Seite 84 - Using ActiveSync®

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsPocket Excel50 • Tap View and then Toolbar. Protecting your workbooksIf your workbook contai

Seite 85 - 9 Getting connected

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsMSN® Messenger 51a Select a cell in the row or column you want to hide.b Tap Format, then Row o

Seite 86 - Connecting to the Internet

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsMSN® Messenger52 send a email, block the contact from chatting with you, or delete contacts

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5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsMicrosoft® Windows Media™ Player for Pocket PC 533 Tap Send.Tips when chatting with contacts• T

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5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsMicrosoft® Reader for Pocket PC54 Microsoft® Reader for Pocket PCUse Microsoft® Reader for P

Seite 89 - Connecting to a network

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsMicrosoft® Reader for Pocket PC 55Reading a bookEach book consists of a cover page, an optional

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First things firstMaintaining your Acer n50 vii4 Protect your handheld from temperature extremes. For example, do not leave your handheld on the dashb

Seite 91 - 10 Using Microsoft

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsMicrosoft® Reader for Pocket PC56 .Using Reader featuresReading a book electronically gives

Seite 92 - To create a mobile favorite

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsMicrosoft® Reader for Pocket PC 57Book annotationsTo see a list of a book's annotations, i

Seite 93 - To browse the Internet

5 Managing Microsoft® Pocket PC 2003 companion programsMicrosoft® Reader for Pocket PC58

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6 Backup and restore data 596 Backup and restore dataBackup/Restore enables you to back up data files and applications from your handheld to a storage

Seite 95 - 11 Customising your

6 Backup and restore data60 Backup functionTo perform data backup1 Close all running programs except for Backup/Restore.2 In the Backup tab, choose

Seite 96 - Adding and removing programs

6 Backup and restore data 61AutoBackup functionWith AutoBackup, you can set your handheld to perform an automatic data backup when battery power is lo

Seite 97 - Removing programs

6 Backup and restore data62 2 Select a source storage device from the 'Restore from' pulldown menu.The lower half of the screen will disp

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6 Backup and restore data 634 Tap Delete to remove the file.

Seite 99 - Appendix A:

6 Backup and restore data64

Seite 100 - Bluetooth® Manager

7 Using expansion featuresUsing an SD/CF card 657 Using expansion featuresThe slim and lightweight design of your Acer n50 belies its impressive expan

Seite 101 - Remote Device Services

First things firstLocking your Acer n50viii 2. While holding the Today and Messaging buttons, Using the tip of your stylus, lightly press the reset

Seite 102 - ® File Explorer

7 Using expansion featuresUsing an USB thumb drive66 3 Push the card into the slot using your finger until you feel the card lock and hear an audib

Seite 103 - ® Personal Area Network

7 Using expansion featuresUsing an USB thumb drive 67Inserting an USB thumb drive - Connecting the Sync cable1 Plug the sync cable into the 26-pin I/O

Seite 104 - (optional)

7 Using expansion featuresUsing an USB thumb drive68

Seite 105 - Appendix B:

8 Exchanging and updating data using ActiveSync®.Using ActiveSync®. 698 Exchanging and updating data using ActiveSync®.Using ActiveSync®, you can sync

Seite 106 - Замечание для РФ

8 Exchanging and updating data using ActiveSync®.Using ActiveSync®.70 For information about using ActiveSync on your computer, start ActiveSync on

Seite 107 - Important safety instructions

9 Getting connectedTransferring items using infrared or Bluetooth®(optional) 719 Getting connectedYou can use your handheld to exchange information wi

Seite 108 - LCD pixel statement

9 Getting connectedConnecting to the Internet72 To receive information via infrared1 Align the IR port of your handheld with that of the sending IR

Seite 109 - The FCC RF safety requirement

9 Getting connectedConnecting to the Internet 73• ISP server telephone number• User name and password• TCP/IP settings2 Insert a SD/CF Modem card (pur

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9 Getting connectedConnecting to the Internet74 To connect using your new Bluetooth connection, tap the Connections icon in the notification area a

Seite 111 - Appendix C:

9 Getting connectedConnecting to a network 75Connecting to a networkIf you have access to a network at work, you can send email messages, view Intrane

Seite 112 - Tray Icon

First things firstInstalling Software on Your Acer n50 ixInstalling Software on Your Acer n50When installing software on your Acer n50, you may receiv

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9 Getting connectedConnecting to a network76 • For troubleshooting information, see the Pocket PC Web site at (http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/pock

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10 Using Microsoft® Pocket Internet ExplorerMobile Favorites folder 7710 Using Microsoft® Pocket Internet ExplorerUse Microsoft® Pocket Internet Explo

Seite 115 - Main configuration of utility

10 Using Microsoft® Pocket Internet ExplorerUsing Pocket Internet Explorer78 To create a mobile favorite1 In Internet Explorer on your computer, cl

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10 Using Microsoft® Pocket Internet ExplorerUsing Pocket Internet Explorer 79To view mobile favorites and channels1 Tap the Favorites button to displa

Seite 117 - SiteSurvey Tab

10 Using Microsoft® Pocket Internet ExplorerUsing Pocket Internet Explorer80

Seite 118 - Advanced wireless setting

11 Customising your handheldAdjusting handheld settings 8111 Customising your handheldYou can customise your handheld based on your personal requireme

Seite 119 - Version Tab

11 Customising your handheldAdding and removing programs82 To add programs using ActiveSyncYou'll need to install the appropriate software for

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11 Customising your handheldAdding and removing programs 83NOTE: Read any installation instructions, Read Me files, or documentation that comes with t

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11 Customising your handheldAdding and removing programs84

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Appendix A: Exchanging and updating data using Bluetooth® Utility (optional)Bluetooth® Utility 85Appendix A: Exchanging and updating data using Blueto

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