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VAIO® Computer User Guide - Manuals, Specs & Warranty - Sony

Contents Welcome.......................................................5 Configuring Your VAIO Computer .............7 About Your Hard Disk Drive Partition .......................8 i.LINK Compatibility ..................................................9 VAIO Action Setup ...................................................10 Changing The Sony Software Window Design ........12 Using The Memory Stick Media Slot .......................13 Using The PC Card Slot ............................................16 System And Application Recovery CD(s) D(s)..........................................19 Using The System Recovery CD(s) ..........................20 Using The Application Recovery CD(s) ...................23 Troubleshooting ........................................27 About VAIO Computer Functions ............................28 About Using The Optical Disc Drive ........................31 About The Speakers ..................................................34 About The Modem ....................................................35 About Using A Microphone ......................................37 About The Mouse And Keyboard .............................38 About Using Peripheral Devices ...............................40 3 VAIO Computer User Guide Notes On Use.............................................43 About The Power Source .......................................... 44 About Disposing Of The Lithium Battery ................ 45 About Handling The Computer System.................... 46 About The LCD Screen (Built-in Display)............... 48 About DVD, CD, And Floppy Disk Media .............. 49 Support Options........................................51 Immediate Help And Support ................................... 52 Software Help And Support...................................... 54 Contacting Sony For Help And Support................... 57 Notice ..........................................................59 End-User License Agreement For Sony Software.... 68 Index...........................................................73

The multiple uses of the Tab key in Revit Architecture ... - Synergis

By: Peter Gehring, Synergis AEC Solutions Director Autodesk Revit based products utilize the keyboard TAB key for a variety of timesaving techniques. Many users are familiar with using it to select chained collections of walls or lines but there are other ways that it can aid with object selection. TAB can be used to cycle between overlapping or nearby objects in 2d or 3d views. It can be used to cycle through alternate points to dimension to or through alternate running object snaps. Since some readers of this article may be new using Revit, I’ll start with the basics. No matter which technique you are using TAB for, you start by hovering over one of the objects you want to select. Revit will highlight to preview the object that will be selected once you hit the left mouse pick button. Hitting TAB again, before your pick, will cycle between selection choices. In the case of connected walls or lines the first TAB will highlight the wall or line you are directly hovering over (figure 1), the next TAB will select all other walls or lines chained to it (figure 2), hitting TAB again will cycle back to the first line or wall again. A tooltip will note that you have a chain of walls or lines high lit.

What software do I need to run a CNC mill? - LittleMachineShop.com

What software do I need to run a CNC mill? Creating a part on a CNC mill is a three phase process. The part is drawn in a CAD (Computer Aided Design) drawing program such as AutoCAD. Then a CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) program is used to convert the CAD drawing to G-Code. Finally, the G-code controls the CNC mill as it makes the part. We will take a look at what is involved in using these three kinds of software by sketching out the creation of a very simple part. Creating a CAD Drawing There are dozens of CAD programs with which you can create a drawing. Costs vary from free to many thousands of dollars. We are not going to get into reviews or recommendations here, but simply describe the CAD program that we know the best; TurboCAD. Let’s take a look at the steps required to create a drawing. A new drawing in TurboCAD is based on a template. In this case the template defines an A-size (8.5 x 11”) sheet using inches for dimensions and including the title block. This view is the Paper view. This is the page that prints. To work on the drawing we switch to Model view. The title block is gone and a grid appears. This is where we create our drawing. 1 To start the drawing of our sample part, use the Rectangle tool on the left side of the drawing area to create a rectangle that is 2.5” tall and 1.5” wide. You can use your mouse to define the corners of the rectangle, but you will quickly find that you need to use the parameter block at the bottom of the screen to enter the values you want if you want your drawing to be accurate. Your finished part will not be any more accurate than your drawing. Create a double line ¾” long and ¼” wide. Center it ½” above the bottom of the part.

CATIA V5 Design with Analysis
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CATIA V5 Design with Analysis (Tutorial 3 – Deep Fry Basket) Infrastructure Sketcher Part Design (Solid-modeling) GSD (Surface-modeling) Assembly Design Generative Structural Analysis Product Engineering Optimizer A- 1 Version 1b- Jan07 By Dickson Sham (ME Dept, HKPU) CATIA V5R16 Design with Analysis – Deep Fry Basket Overview of Tasks Tutorial 3A - Modeling • Build a Master Model of the basket handle • Create the upper & the lower parts from the Master Model • Build the mechanical features on the both parts • Get the both parts auto-updated after modifying the outlook of the master model Tutorial 3B - Modeling • Build the metal arm • Build the basket • Add material texture onto all components • Assemble components Master Model Parts Linked Children Assembly Tutorial 3C – Structural analysis • Simplify the model for analysis • Create Meshes onto two components and create a connector between them • Create boundary conditions & define properties • Analyze displacements & stresses Tutorial 3D – Structural analysis (By Nastran) • Repeat Tutorial 3C with the use of Nastran Tutorial 3E – Design optimization • Create a user parameter “volume” • Run optimization to get the minimum volume of the metal arm with the smallest part deformation Structural analysis A- 2 Version 1b- Jan07 By Dickson Sham (ME Dept, HKPU) CATIA V5R16 Design with Analysis – Deep Fry Basket General Change the view with the mouse A. Panning enables you to move the model on a plane parallel to the screen. Click and hold the middle mouse button, then drag the mouse. B. Right button Rotating enables you to rotate the model around a point. Click and hold the middle mouse button and the right button, then drag the mouse. C. Middle button Zooming enables you to increase or decrease the size of the model. Click and hold the middle button, then click ONCE and release the right button, then drag the mouse up or down.

CATIA V5 Surface-modeling
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CATIA V5 Surface-modeling (Tutorial 2-Mouse) GSD (Surface-modeling) Part Design (Solid-modeling) Assembly Design A- 1 Version 1b- Sep06 By Dickson Sham (ME dept, HKPU) CATIA V5R16 surface modeling – Mouse CATIA Surface-modeling Tutorial 2A – – – Import 2D outline drawing into Catia Build 3D curves based on the imported drawing Build the upper surfaces of the mouse (by Generative Shape Design) Tutorial 2B – – – – Do the draft analysis to search any undercut portion on the upper surfaces Adjust the curvature of the problem surface manually Build the lower surfaces of the mouse Convert the surfaces into a solid Tutorial 2C – – – – Build the parting surfaces based on the imported drawing Create components from the finished model Re-assemble the components into a product Modify the outlook of the master model and then get all components updated automatically Please be reminded that this series of tutorials is designed to demonstrate a design approach with CATIA, rather than the command itself. A- 2 Version 1b- Sep06 By Dickson Sham (ME dept, HKPU) CATIA V5R16 surface modeling – Mouse Tutorial 2A • • • • • • Download the 2d outline drawing (mouse_outline.dxf) from the web: http://myweb.polyu.edu.hk/~mmdsham/training%20materi al.htm Create a new project folder and store the downloaded file into the folder Enter CATIA by double-clicking its icon on the desktop. (If the license menu pops up, select ED2 and close CATIA. Then reopen again). By default, an empty “Product” file is created. But now, you don’t need this, just select “File/Close” on the menu bar. Select “File/Open” on the menu bar and select the downloaded drawing (mouse_outline.dxf) A- 3 Version 1b- Sep06 By Dickson Sham (ME dept, HKPU) CATIA V5R16 surface modeling – Mouse Tutorial 2A To confirm that the size of the drawing is correct:• • • Click “Dimensions” icon; Click on the scale line of the drawing; Check if the displayed dimension is 50mm; If not, we need to enlarge or shrink the drawing into the correct size. To copy and paste the drawing into 3D space:• • Multi-select all entities on the drawing, except the scale bar; Click “Copy” icon A- 4 Version 1b- Sep06 By Dickson Sham (ME dept, HKPU) CATIA V5R16 surface modeling – Mouse

CATIA V5 Part Design
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? This tutorial is an introduction to Part Design. Message ? This tutorial illustrates how CATIA can ?Design precise 3D mechanical parts with an intuitive and flexible user interface ?Accommodate design requirements for parts of various complexitiesfrom simple to advanced ?Apply the combined power of feature-based design with the flexibility of a Boolean approach Duration ? 45 minutes Product Coverage © 1997 – 2001 DASSAULT SYSTEMES ? Part Design IBM Product Lifecycle Management Solutions / Dassault Systemes Page 2 Scenario Major Steps Here are the major steps of the scenario: Step 1 ? Add a new Part body Step 2 ?Create a Shaft feature Step 3 ? Create a Tap Step 4 ? Create a Circular Pattern Step 5 ? Create a Union Trim Step 6 ? Create an Edge Fillet feature Step 7 © 1997 – 2001 DASSAULT SYSTEMES ? Create a Pad feature Step 8 ? Create a Hole feature Step 9 ? Thread / Tap Analysis IBM Product Lifecycle Management Solutions / Dassault Systemes Page 3 Settings 1/2 Depending on your needs, you may have to modify the CATIA V5 settings (units, default directory, visualisation parameters, etc…) In order to use the appropriate settings for this tutorial, you have two possibilities: 1. Do the following operations (simplest one): ? Do not forget to put this folder (CATSettings) in read mode: ? Select the folder (CATSettings) ? Click mouse button 3 then click on Properties and uncheck the Read-only Attribute ? Select all the files in the folder ? Click mouse button 3 then click on Properties and uncheck the Read-only Attribute...

How to use Navisworks Freedom
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How to use Navisworks Freedom Navigation Bar: to turn on the Navigation Bar go to the “View” Tab and click on “Navigation Bar” (Left arrow above) TABS: Home, Viewpoint, Review, Animation, View, Output Tools: Each Tab has an assortment of different Tools. Different Tabs have different tools Layout Forward Left Backward Right Navigation Bar, Feet: Click on the feet to walk around. Start in the middle of the view, hold down the left mouse button and push the feet around the screen to move forward, backward, left and right. Up Left Down Right Navigation Bar, Feet: Click on the feet and hold down the CTRL button to pan up, down, left and right.

VoIP User's Manual - Micronet
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This user’s guide gives hardware specifications and explains web configuration and command line configuration for the FXS Gateway SP5002, and SP5004. Online Upgrade Please refer to http://www.micronet.info/ for additional support documentation. General Syntax Conventions Mouse action sequences are denoted using a comma. For example, click start, Settings, Control Panel, Network means first you click Start, Click or move the mouse pointer over Settings the click or move the mouse pointer over Control Panel and finally click (or double-click) Network. “Enter” means to type one or more characters. Predefined choices are in Bold Arial Font. Button and field labels, link s and screen names in are in Bold Times New Roman font. A single keystroke is in Arial font and enclosed in square brackets. [Enter] means the Enter. For brevity’s sake, we will use “e.g.,” as shorthand for “for instance”, and “i.e.,” for “that is” or “in other words.” Related Documentation This user’s guide provides hardware connection details and configuration and management instruction for the managements FXS Gateway. Please refer to http://www.micronet.info/ for additional support documentation.

Xoom - Installation and Setup Instructions

Xoom Features/Pictures ……………………….………………………………… Accessories ……………………………………………………………….. Accessing Users Guides …………………………………………………... iTap RDP mouse modes …………………………………………………...Setup for Xoom use in the office (Office wireless network) Setup Office computers Verify Remote Desktop is enabled Win XP/2003 ……………………………………………….. Win 7/Vista/2008 …………………………………………... Set Static IP Addresses Win XP/2003 ………………………………………………. Win 7/Vista/2008 ………………………….……………….. Setup Xoom Purchase/Download iTap RDP ……………………..………………... Setting up Bookmarks ……………………………….………………. Setup for Xoom use out of office (Public or Home network) Prerequisites ………………………………………..…………………….. Page 14 Setup VPN (Virtual Private Network) Router setup …………………………….…………………………… Page 14 Xoom Setup ………………………………….………………………... Page 15 Setting up Multiple Xooms in Office Limitations …………………………………………..…………………… Settings ……………………………………………..……………………. Accessing Users Guides Xoom Users Guide User Guide is located on line at www.motorola.com - Click on link MOTOROLA XOOM at bottom left - Click on link USER GUIDE iTap Users Guide User Guide is located on line at http://itap-mobile.com/android/rdp/manual User Guide is also located on Xoom

Basic PowerPoint Animation Tutorial
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Basic PowerPoint [2003] Animation Tutorial Refer to “Collecting Graphics Tutorial” for help importing images. No copying or pasting! To animate an image in PowerPoint: Entrance Select the image on the slide to animate with the mouse. Right click. Select “Custom Animation.” A pane will appear to the right of the PowerPoint window. This is the custom animation area. This pane allows the user to create an entrance, emphasis, an exit, or movement for the image. To create an entrance, click on the “Add Effect” button. A small box will pop up just to the left. Select “Entrance.” This will offer many different types of entrances. “Fade” is the most common and generally what this project uses in PowerPoint presentations. A preview will appear on the screen. Delilah Clark The animation conditions should be changed to allow for the most user-friendly experience. The first long drop-down box in the Custom Animation window allows the user to determine when the image will appear in relation to other images. Many images can be animated on one slide. Select “With Previous” to avoid future confusion. The mouse symbol (circled above) should disappear from the image’s list. Right click on the image name in the pane and select “Show Advanced Timeline.”

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