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Dear Customer, Thank you for choosing Panasonic! You have purchased one of the most sophisticated and reliable products on the market today. Used properly, we’re sure it will bring you and your family years of enjoyment. Please take time to fill in the information below. The serial number is on the tag located on the underside of your camera. Be sure to retain this manual as your convenient camera information source. Date of Purchase Dealer Phone No. Dealer Purchased From Model No. Dealer Address Serial No. Please note that the actual controls and components, menu items, etc. of your Digital Camera may look somewhat different from those shown in the illustrations in this Owner’s Manual. Carefully observe copyright laws. •• Recording of pre-recorded tapes or discs or other published or broadcast material for purposes other than your own private use may infringe copyright laws. Even for the purpose of private use, recording of certain material may be restricted. A lithium ion battery that is recyclable powers the product you have purchased. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery. 2 VQT5B59 (ENG) Information for Your Safety WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage, ••Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing. ••Use only the recommended accessories. ••Do not remove covers. ••Do not repair this unit by yourself. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. ■■Product identification marking Product Digital camera Battery charger Location Bottom Bottom (ENG) VQT5B59
Contents Before use..........6 Standard Accessories........8 Names and Functions of Main Parts........9 Cursor button.........11 Attaching the lens cap/shoulder strap.....12 Attaching the lens cap . ..........12 Attaching the shoulder strap.......13 Preparations About the batteries. ........14 Inserting and removing the batteries........15 Remaining battery.......17 Guidelines for number of recordable pictures and operating time.......17 Inserting and removing the card (optional)........20 About built-in memory/cards...........22 Saving your pictures (cards and built-in memory). ..........22 Recording capacity guidelines (pictures/recording time)........23 Setting the clock. ...........24 Changing time setting.......25 Basics Sequence of operations. .......26 Taking pictures with automatic settings [Intelligent Auto] Mode.....29 Using flash..........30 Automatic Scene Detection. ......30 [AF Tracking]........31 [Intelligent Auto] Mode restrictions.......32 Taking pictures with your own settings [Program AE] Mode. ......33 Adjusting focus......34 Recording motion pictures. ......35 Viewing your pictures [Normal Play]......37 Zooming in and viewing “Playback Zoom”......38 Viewing a list of pictures “Multi Playback”......38 Searching pictures by their recording date “Calendar”......39 Viewing motion pictures......40 Deleting pictures.......41 To delete multiple (up to 50)/To delete all pictures.......42 Setting the menu......43 Menu type........44 Using Quick menu. ........45 Using the [Setup] menu.......46 [Battery]. .......46 [Clock Set]. ......46 [Beep]. ......46 [Volume]......46 [Monitor Display].........46 [Monitor Luminance]......47 [Histogram]. .......48 [Video Rec Area]......48 [Economy].......49 [Auto Review].......50 [Reset]. .......50 [Output].......50 [Version Disp.]......51 [Format]. ......51 [Language].....51 Application (Record) Changing recording information display......52 Using Zoom. ........53 Zoom types and use........54 Taking pictures with flash.....55 Taking close-up pictures.......59 Focus range......60 [Macro Zoom].......61 Taking pictures with self-timer. ........ 62 Taking pictures with Exposure Compensation..... 63 [Auto Bracket].......64 Determining aperture and shutter speed and recording [Manual Exposure] Mode........ 65 Taking Pictures with different picture effects [Creative Control] mode. ....... 66 [Expressive].......67 [Retro].........67 [High Key].....67 [Low Key]......67 [Sepia].......68 [Dynamic Monochrome]......68 [Impressive Art]...............68 [High Dynamic]. .............68 [Cross Process]. ..............69 [One Point Color].............69 Taking pictures of people [Portrait] Mode............ 70 Taking pictures of scenery [Scenery] Mode........... 71 Taking pictures of sporting events [Sports] Mode. ........ 72
MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always obey the laws and regulations on the use of these products. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2005. 1 Plug the Motorola charger into the end of the headset with the release tab facing down. The indicator light turns on when the battery is charging. It may take up to 1 minute for the indicator light to turn on. When the headset's battery is fully charged (about 2 hours), the indicator light turns off. 2 Disconnect the charger. Note: Headset is not functional while charging. For most Motorola phones: (Menu 1 On your Motorola phone, press M( ) > Settings > Connection > Bluetooth Link > Handsfree > Look for Devices. The phone lists Bluetooth devices it finds. 2 Select Motorola HS850. 3 Select OK or Yes to pair/bond your headset with your phone. 4 Enter the passkey: 0000 5 Select OK. When your headset successfully pairs with your phone, the indicator light changes from steadily lit to flashing. Note: These steps are for most Motorola phones. For other phones, see your phone's user's guide.
This tutorial will guide you through the creation and analysis of a simple MOSFET circuit in PSPICE Schematic. The circuit diagram below is what you will build in PSPICE. In the analysis we will find the ID current and the VDS voltage at the given values of VDD and VGS. We perform PSPICE schematics circuit simulation according to following steps: 1. Design your circuit in schematics. This can be divided into following substeps. 1). First insert all the parts without considering their values (for example, place a resistor without considering the resistance value of it, etc.). 2). Make the necessary rotations for the parts, and move the parts to appropriate locations. 3). Make all the necessary wire connections. 4). Mark the nodes you are interested in with labels. 5). Set the values for all the parts, for example, the resistance values of resistors, the width (W) and length (L) of transistor, etc. 2. Define the SPICE model for NMOS and PMOS transistors. 3. Setup analysis to tell SPICE what simulation you need (transient analysis, DC sweep, etc.) 4. Run the simulation. 5. Observe the simulation results (traces of signals) in OrCAD PSpice A/D Demo. Step 1. Design you circuit in Schematics Before we start our design, first please create your own folder in C: drive. Because our lab computer has some access limitation on certain system folders, if you are working in a system directory, you may not be able to save your design or your spice library. Thus first please click on Windows start menu: Start—All Programs—Accessories—Windows Explorer. In Windows Explorer, click on C: drive symbol to select C: drive, and click menu “File—New—Folder”, as shown below. You will see a new folder is created on C: drive. Rename the new folder to any name you like, for example, “John” or something else, and remember this folder path and name. By creating your own folder, you will have full access to it. You will save all your design files into this folder. ...
MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always obey the laws and regulations on the use of these products. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2005. For most Motorola phones (at the main menu): (Menu 1 Press M( ) > Settings > Connection > 1 Plug the Motorola charger into the end of Boom 2 Select Motorola H700. 3 Select OK or Yes to pair your headset with your phone. 4 Enter the passkey: 0000 5 Select OK. When your headset successfully pairs with your phone, the indicator light changes from steadily lit to flashing blue. Note: These steps are for most Motorola phones. For other phones, see your phone's user's guide. START BLUETOOTH FEATURE Your Phone Your phone's Bluetooth feature is off by default. To use your headset, you must turn on the Bluetooth feature in your phone. Before using this product, read the Important Safety and Legal Information pamphlet and follow its instructions. H700 Bluetooth® Handsfree Headset TEST AND USE Your phone and headset are now paired and ready to make and receive calls. To make a call: 1 Open the headset boom and place the headset over your ear. 2 On the phone, dial the number you want to call and press SEND key on your phone. 3 If your phone and headset are successfully paired, you will hear ringing on the headset. After you have successfully paired your phone and headset, you don't need to repeat these steps. For daily use, ensure that your headset is turned ON and that your phone's Bluetooth feature is ON. To save battery power, turn OFF the headset when you don't use it for an extended time by closing the boom. Bluetooth Link > Setup. 2 Scroll to Power. 3 Select Change. 4 Scroll to On. 5 Press Select to turn on the Bluetooth feature. The Bluetooth feature remains on until you turn the feature off. Note: These steps are for most Motorola phones. For other phones, see your phone's user's guide.
The indicator light turns red when the battery is charging. It may take up to 1 minute for the indicator light to turn on. When the headset's battery is fully charged (about 2 hours), the indicator light turns green. 2 Disconnect the charger. Note: Headset is not functional while charging. Note: This product uses a lithium ion, rechargeable, non-replaceable battery. Under normal use, the expected life of the rechargeable battery is approximately 400 charges. 2 Scroll to Power. 3 Select Change. 4 Scroll to On. 5 Press Select to turn on the Bluetooth feature. The Bluetooth feature remains on until you turn it off. Note: These steps are for most Motorola phones. For other phones, see your phone's user's guide. Before you can use your headset, you must pair (link) it with your phone. Step A - ENSURE HEADSET IS IN PAIRING MODE AIR set and Phone Step B - SET YOUR PHONE TO LOOK FOR YOUR HEADSET For most Motorola phones: 1 On your Motorola phone, press M (Menu ) > Open the headset boom to power on the headset and initiate pairing. After a few moments, the indicator light will be steadily lit in blue to indicate headset is in pairing mode. Indicator Light (steadily blue for pairing mode) If the headset does not enter pairing mode, see TROUBLESHOOTING for help. Motorola, Inc. Consumer Advocacy Office 1307 East Algonquin Road Schaumburg, IL 60196 www.hellomoto.com 1-877-MOTOBLU 1-888-390-6456 (TTY/TDD United States for hearing impaired) Guide Number: 6809520A03-O Settings > Connection > Bluetooth Link > Handsfree > Look for Devices. The phone lists Bluetooth devices it finds. 2 Select Motorola H710. 3 Select OK or Yes to pair your headset with …
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007™ is a presentation program which allows users to create engaging presentations for slide shows, meetings, and web pages. The program allows the user to quickly and easily create professional looking presentations that include pre-defined designs and the ability to create animations. This tutorial covers the basic functionality of the software. o start MS PowerPoint click on the Start Menu on the bottom left corner of your desktop and select Start→All Programs→Microsoft Office →Microsoft Office 2007. The MS PowerPoint 2007 interface brings out all the functionality of the software using tabs rather than drop-down menus. You should get acquainted with the different parts of the main window: Slide: A content holder for text and images. To insert additional slides click New Slide under the Slides section of the Home tab. The slide below is called the Title slide where you should enter the title of your presentation and information related to you, your organization, and colleagues. Text box: A box outlined by dotted lines is where you enter your textual content. Slides tab: A tab located in the left pane named Slides shows mini-versions of your slides and allows you to view many slides at once. Outline tab: A tab located in the left pane name Outline that shows mini-versions of your slides but only the text. Notes section: The section below the slide where you can write notes relating to the slide. This can be used by the presenter for practicing the presentation or handed out to the audience.
To begin Microsoft PowerPoint, go to Start Menu > All Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 (Figure 1). Select PowerPoint Presentation from the Project Gallery if a blank document does not open. Computers crash and documents are lost all the time, so it is best to save often! Saving Initially Before you begin to type, you should save your document. To do this, go to File > Save As (Figure 2). Microsoft PowerPoint will open a dialog box where you can specify the new file’s name and location where you want it saved. Once you have specified a name and a place for your new file, press the Save button. By default, the format for PowerPoint 2010 is .pptx (Figure 3) not .ppt like in previous versions. Note: If you want to save your document on a Mac and then open it on a PC you must specify a file extension (i.e. .ppt). Usually your computer will do this for you, but if it does not you must do this process while in Save As. Once you have named your document, you change the file extension by clicking Save As Type > PowerPoint 97-2003 Presentation (Figure 4). After you have initially saved your blank document under a new name, you can begin writing your paper. However, you will still want to periodically save your work as insurance against a computer freeze or a power outage. To save,...
Thank you for taking time to assess and remediate your PowerPoint presentations. Microsoft PowerPoint is a popular application for creating dynamic presentations. Presentations created within PowerPoint can contain text, graphics, audio, video, and more. Due to the visual nature of PowerPoint presentations, ensuring accessibility in your presentations will require organization, sequencing, logic and flow between visual elements. By following the steps contained in this introductory tutorial you will help meet the needs of a diverse student body. These guidelines were written for the 2007 version of Microsoft Office PowerPoint. Topics covered in this tutorial include creating accessible PowerPoint through the use of slide layouts, alternate text for images, the notes pane, charts and graphs and hyperlinks. Resources related to accessible documents are listed at the end of this tutorial. Prerequisites Individuals using this tutorial should have basic computer skills and the ability to work with the Windows operating system. Objectives After completing this training you should be able to: Define what makes a PowerPoint accessible Build a presentation using slide layouts Add alternative text to describe graphics contained in PowerPoint presentations Use notes pane to interpret complex images, flow charts, tables and captions for audio Create charts, graphs and tables with the PowerPoint application Locate resources to convert PowerPoint to accessible HTML, Lecshare and PDF files How to use this Document Each section is divided by headings. Within the headings, directions are written as a numbered list. Within each list, the names of menu items are bolded for quick reading. Screen shots and diagrams are labeled for each step. Individual pages have Tip boxes to include additional information not included in the steps. Resources are included at the end of the document.
In PowerPoint, you create and design slides in a presentation. You can start with a blank presentation, an existing saved presentation, or a template. When you open PowerPoint, the PowerPoint Presentation Gallery opens. It contains a variety of template choices and quick access to recent presentations. Let's use the PowerPoint Presentation Gallery to open a blank presentation. If you have not already opened PowerPoint, on the Dock, click PowerPoint. In the PowerPoint Presentation Gallery, under Themes, click All. Click White, and then click Choose. Tip To always start with a blank presentation when you open PowerPoint, select the Don't show this when opening PowerPoint check box. To create a new blank presentation at any time in PowerPoint, on the File menu, click New Presentation (also written as File > New Presentation in this tutorial). • To show the PowerPoint Presentation Gallery at any time while using PowerPoint, click File > New from Template. In a new blank presentation, you can simply click a slide and begin adding text and objects. However, before you begin, you should familiarize yourself with some of the user interface elements that you can use in all presentations. Let's take a look at some of PowerPoint user interface elements.