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BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone
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Contents Welcome .... 7 BlackBerry 10: new apps and features ...8 Getting started ....12 Set up your device ....14 About BlackBerry ID ....15 Set up a new BlackBerry ID ...15 Device Switch ....16 Before you switch devices ...16 Backing up and switching devices ...18 Transfer data from a BlackBerry 7 device using a media card ...18 Transfer data to a new device using a computer and BlackBerry Link ...18 After you switch devices ...19 Restoring your BBM contacts and groups ...19 Transfer passwords from the BlackBerry 7 Password Keeper app ....9 Add an email or social networking account ....19 Tips after switching devices ....20 Troubleshooting: Device Switch .... 20 What makes my BlackBerry 10 device different from other BlackBerry devices? .... 22 What is BlackBerry Link? ....25 Navigation ... 26 Keep moving ....26 Home screen at a glance ..... 26 Application icons ...27 Notification icons ....29 Using the BlackBerry Voice Control app ...34 Get your message out with the BlackBerry Keyboard .....36 Keyboard and typing at a glance ......36 Show the keyboard ...... 36 Delete a word ...37 Type faster with automated assistance settings ..... 38 Cut, copy, and paste text ......38 Selecting word suggestions that appear on your keyboard ..........39 Connections ...40 Check which wireless networks your device connects to .. 40 Connect to the mobile network .........40 Wireless connections icons ........ 40 Tips: Choosing a connection .........42 Connect your device to an HDMI display .............43 Turn on airplane mode ..........43 Connect to a Wi-Fi network ........44 Turn on Bluetooth technology .................................... 45 Pair and connect with a Bluetooth enabled device ........ 46 What is NFC? ............46 Turn on NFC .....47 Send a file using NFC ....... 47

User manual ACER TRAVELMATE P253-M - mypdfmanuals.com

113 Customizing HotSync® Manager startup and HotSync® setup options . 114 Performing the HotSync® operation via a wireless LAN (for TRAVELMATE P253-M only) 115 Performing the IR HotSync® operation . 118 Performing the HotSync® operation via a modem 121 Performing the HotSync® operation via a network 127 Performing the HotSync® operation via LAN (LANSync) 131 Assigning a name to "Memory Stick" media 142 Formatting "Memory Stick" media 143 Exchanging data via "Memory Stick" media . 145 Starting CLIE Files 145 Copying your CLIÉ handheld data to "Memory Stick" media 148 Copying data on "Memory Stick" media to your CLIÉ handheld . 151 Deleting files/directories on "Memory Stick" media 153 Extracting a Zip file . 155 CLIE Files menu items . 158 Exchanging files/data without using CLIE Files 159 Notes on starting applications from "Memory Stick" media . 160 Beaming Beaming between your CLIÉ handheld and another Palm OS® PDA 162 What you can do with beaming . 162 Beaming information 163 Using "Memory StickTM" media Using "Memory StickTM" media The type of storage media you can use with your CLIÉ handheld Using "Memory Stick" media . Protecting the files/data on "Memory Stick" media Starting an application on "Memory Stick" media Viewing information of "Memory Stick" media (Card Info) . 135 Backing up your CLIÉTM handheld data and applications Backing up your ...

Instructions for the ACER Laptops
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Always, after connecting to a projector, switch the projector on before the laptop. ON THESE NEW LAPTOPS, THE OUTPUT SETTINGS ARE LOST IF THEY HAVE BEEN USED WHEN NOT CONNECTED TO A PROJECTOR. Do right click on desktop, left click properties, settings, monitor 2, click in square box to left which says ‘extend desktop’ and OK. Laptop resolution is 1280 x 800 Note: it is important to regularly back up the hard drive using and external USB chard drive which are now only £70. It is important connect to the internet to update the Norton Anti-virus software, and update Windows. Also regularly defrag your hard drive by doing: Programs, Accessories, and System Tools. We suggest it is done even though it says this is not needed. RS232 Control use USB right looking from the rear. Coms port is labelled and is number on SongPro. Contents o Hard Disk and RAM o Power Management o Multimonitor Mode o PowerPoint 2000 o Mirror Function (Or clone) o DVD Using in mirror mode o DVD Using in multi-monitor mode o SongPro Song Software o CD Copying o Backing Up your Data (USB Data Link) o Disaster Recovery o Tips Page 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 Note: unless specified otherwise “click” refers to clicking the left mouse button on an object or button. If you get into trouble that you cannot easily get out of (the laptop freezing or crashing for example), then wait until the laptop comes to a pause in its ‘thinking’ (it stops whirring and the hard disk LED stops flashing) then hold down the Ctrl, Alt and Delete...

Credit Crunch in a Small Open Economy

Economics, email: Michal.Brzoza-Brzezina@nbp.pl Krzysztof Makarski - National Bank of Poland and Warsaw School of Economics, email: Krzysztof.Makarski@nbp.pl The views expressed herein are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the National Bank of Poland. We would like to thank Micha Gradl zewicz, Marcin Kolasa, Tomasso Monacelli and an anonymous referee for useful comments and discussions. This paper benefited also from comments of participants of the Swiss National Bank seminar, Banco de Espa˜a semin nar, the National Bank of Poland seminar, the 2009 Macromodels conference, the 2010 INFER Workshop in Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, the 2010 European Workshop on General Equilibrium Theory, the 2010 Computing in Economics and Finance conference, the 2010 Congress of the European Economic Association, the 2010 EuroConference and the 2010 WIEM conference. The help of Norbert Cie´la, Szymon Grabowski and Maciej Grodzicki s with obtaining part of the data is gratefully acknowledged as well.

LogicGateOne Provides QualityLink Building Services

Communication is all about interconnection. More so in this Internet Age. And it is not merely connecting to so many other people but also to your own data and other sources of information derived from various sites. Imagine doing a research work on a certain subject and browsing through numerous books and materials in the low-tech method. You will need to put bookmarks on each material so that you will have an easier time looking up topics you are working on from the various sources you have. Online bookmarking of relevant links does this in a very similar way. Links are virtual streets which allow us to move from one webpage to another and back again and out again to another street, and so on and so forth. It seems like a labyrinth; but search engines utilize sophisticated link analysis to determine how pages are related to one another and in what ways.

Barcode Labels and Their Importance to a Business Enterprise

A barcode is basically a code comprising of black bars and white spaces in them. These decodes are most often found printed on labels as they are able to store large amounts of data on a small surface area. These codes are able to reveal their data when they are subjected to devices known as barcode readers.

Symptom Clusters Related to Prostate Cancer Treatment - Oncology ...

This material is protected by U.S. copyright law. Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited. To purchase quantity reprints, please e-mail reprints@ons.org or to request permission to reproduce multiple copies, please e-mail pubpermissions@ons.org. Symptom Clusters Related to Treatment for Prostate Cancer Sally L. Maliski, PhD, RN, Lorna Kwan, MPH, David Elashoff, PhD, and Mark S. Litwin, MD, MPH This article has been chosen for a podcast conversation with Sally L. Maliski, PhD, RN. Maliski has studied the experiences of patients with prostate cancer and their spouses for more than 15 years. This important contribution to the scientific literature represents the only published exploration of symptom clusters among men treated for early-stage prostate cancer. To access the podcast, visit www.onsforum.org. Purpose/Objectives: To identify symptom clusters that include urinary and erectile dysfunction among men treated for prostate cancer. Design: Secondary data analysis. Setting: University-affiliated urology clinic. Sample: Data collected on 402 men for a longitudinal prostate cancer quality-of-life study. Methods: Data were collected from an eight-month time point. Four analytic approaches were applied to determine whether consistent clusters of symptoms were identifiable. Main Research Variables: Pain, fatigue, emotional distress, and urinary, sexual, and bowel dysfunction. Findings: Thirty-three percent of patients reported scores on three or more quality-of-life measures falling in the lowest quartile for that measure. Although composition of the clusters was not consistent, poor mental health or poor energy was a component of any cluster made up of three or more symptoms. Conclusions: Using a four-way analytic approach enabled the authors to explore how symptom clusters measuring general and diseasespecific quality of life occurred in patients who have been treated for prostate cancer. When clusters occur, fatigue and emotional distress often are included. Implications for Nursing: Fatigue and emotional distress may be seen together or in combination with prostate cancer-specific symptoms. Nurses should be more alert to the possibility of additional treatmentrelated symptoms when fatigue or emotional distress is present.

Oil & Natural Gas Transportation & Storage Infrastructure - American ...

Over the past five years, unconventional oil and gas activity has thrust the nation into an unexpected position. The U.S. is now the global growth leader in crude oil production capacity growth, adding nearly 1.2 million barrels per day (mbd) of capacity over the 2008 – 2012 time period1. In addition, the U.S. is now the largest natural gas producer, at 65 billion cubic feet (Bcf) per day2. At the same time, unconventional activity is spurring the growth of natural gas liquids (NGLs) production, adding over 500,000 barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day since 20083. This has brought the total increase in liquids production capacity to some 1.7 mbd since 2008. Driven by growth in U.S. natural gas, natural gas liquids, and crude oil, the past 2 years have witnessed rapid growth in direct capital investment toward oil and gas infrastructure assets. IHS estimates that capital spending in oil and gas midstream and downstream infrastructure has increased by 60 percent, from $56.3 billion in 2010 to $89.6 billion in 2013. This increase in capital spending has provided both an economic stimulus and an incisive data point into how shale driven oil and gas production is reshaping the U.S. oil and gas infrastructure landscape. As this period of high infrastructure investment, which began after the 2008-2009 financial recession, continues to progress it will largely reverse a macro energy infrastructure trend that began taking shape in the early 1970’s. Many of the major oil and gas infrastructure investments made for the past 30 years have been premised under the assumption of decreasing domestic production, increasing energy imports, and the need to move imported...

AP-42, Section 5.3: Natural Gas Processing - US Environmental ...

Natural gas from high-pressure wells is usually passed through field separators at the well to remove hydrocarbon condensate and water. Natural gasoline, butane, and propane are usually present in the gas, and gas processing plants are required for the recovery of these liquefiable constituents (see Figure 5.3-1). Natural gas is considered "sour" if hydrogen sulfide (H2 S) is present in amounts greater than 5.7 milligrams per normal cubic meters (mg/Nm3) (0.25 grains per 100 standard cubic feet [gr/100 scf]). The H2 S must be removed (called "sweetening" the gas) before the gas can be utilized. If H S is present, the gas is usually 2 sweetened by absorption of the H2 S in an amine solution. Amine processes are used for over 95 percent of all gas sweetening in the United States. Other methods, such as carbonate processes, solid bed absorbents, and physical absorption, are employed in the other sweetening plants. Emission data for sweetening processes other than amine types are very meager, but a material balance on sulfur will give accurate estimates for sulfur dioxide (SO2 ). The major emission sources in the natural gas processing industry are compressor engines, acid gas wastes, fugitive emissions from leaking process equipment and if present, glycol dehydrator vent streams. Compressor engine emissions are discussed in Section 3.3.2. Fugitive leak emissions are detailed in Protocol For Equipment Leak Emission Estimates, EPA-453/R-95-017, November 1995. Regeneration of the glycol solutions used for dehydrating natural gas can release significant quantities of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene, as well as a wide range of less toxic organics. These emissions can be estimated by a thermodynamic software model (GRI-GLYCalcTM) available from the Gas Research Institute. Only the SO2 emissions from gas sweetening operations are discussed here. 5.3.2 Process ....

Guidance for Industry - Food and Drug Administration

This guidance has been prepared by the Biopharmaceutics Coordinating Committee in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) in cooperation with the Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) at the Food and Drug Administration. This guidance has been developed based on the deliberations of two workshops: (1) Analytical Methods Validation: Bioavailability, Bioequivalence, and Pharmacokinetic Studies (held on December 3B5, 19902 ) and (2) Bioanalytical Methods Validation C A Revisit With a Decade of Progress (held on January 12B14, 20003). Selective and sensitive analytical methods for the quantitative evaluation of drugs and their metabolites (analytes) are critical for the successful conduct of preclinical and/or biopharmaceutics and clinical pharmacology studies. Bioanalytical method validation includes all of the procedures that demonstrate that a particular method used for quantitative measurement of analytes in a given biological matrix, such as blood, plasma, serum, or urine, is reliable and reproducible for the intended use. The fundamental parameters for this validation include (1) accuracy, (2) precision, (3) selectivity, (4) sensitivity, (5) reproducibility, and (6) stability. Validation involves documenting, through the use of specific laboratory investigations, that the performance characteristics of the method are suitable and reliable for the intended analytical applications. The acceptability of analytical data corresponds directly to the criteria used to validate the method. Published methods of analysis are often modified to suit the requirements of the laboratory performing the assay. These modifications should be validated to ensure suitable performance of the analytical method. When changes are made to a previously validated method, the analyst should exercise judgment as to how much additional validation is needed. During the course of a typical drug development program, a defined bioanalytical method undergoes many modifications. The evolutionary changes to support specific studies and different levels of validation demonstrate the validity of an assay’s performance. Different types and levels of validation are defined and characterized as follows:...

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