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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
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Getting StartedGetting StartedGetting StartedGetting Started
Initial start-up Initial start-up Initial start-up Initial start-up
Installing the AAA BatteriesInstalling the AAA BatteriesInstalling the AAA BatteriesInstalling the AAA Batteries
The Voyage™ 200 uses four AAA alkaline batteries and a back-up lithium battery (CR1616 or CR1620). The backup battery is already installed, and the AAA batteries are provided with the product.
1. Remove the battery cover from the back of the calculator.
2. Unwrap the four AAA batteries provided with your product and insert them in the battery compartment. Arrange the batteries according to the polarity (+ and -) diagram in the battery compartment.
3. Replace the battery cover on the calculator. The cover should snap into place.
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After installing the batteries included with the calculator, press ´. The Apps desktop appears.
Note: If your calculator initializes the preinstalled Apps, a progress bar will appear with the message “Installation in progress . . . Do not interrupt!” instead of the Apps desktop. To avoid losing Apps, do not remove the batteries during initialization. (You can re-install Apps from either the Product CD-ROM or education.ti.com.)
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The Apps desktopThe Apps desktopThe Apps desktopThe Apps desktop
The Apps desktop is the starting point for operating your Voyage™ 200. Your installed Apps appear on the Apps desktop as icons organized in categories for easy access. From the Apps desktop, you can:
• Open Apps.
• Select and edit categories of Apps.
• View all of the Apps installed on your calculator.
• View the full name of the highlighted App.
• View and edit the time and date.
• Check status line information.
• View split-screen mode information.
• To lighten the display, press and hold 8 and tap |.
• To darken the display, press and hold 8 and tap «.
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Voyage™ 200 Apps desktop
Ê View full name of highlighted App. Ë Press ¸ to open highlighted App. Ì View time and date. Í Scroll down to view additional Apps. Î Check status line information. Ï Select category of Apps. Ð Edit categories.
To return to the Apps desktop at any time, press O. The last category selected appears with the last open App highlighted.
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To remove the cover:
1. Hold the unit with one hand.
2. Grasp the cover by the lip with the other hand.
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3. Lift the cover by the lip.
To replace the cover, position it over the calculator with the lip in front and snap in place.
Stowing the coverStowing the coverStowing the coverStowing the cover
To stow the cover, position it upside-down beneath the calculator with the lip in front and snap in place.
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Turning off the calculatorTurning off the calculatorTurning off the calculatorTurning off the calculator
Press 2 ®. The next time you turn on the calculator, the Apps desktop appears with the same settings and memory contents retained. (If you turned off the Apps desktop, the calculator Home screen appears.)
You can use either of the following keys to turn off the Voyage™ 200.
2 ® (press 2 and then press ®)
Settings and memory contents are retained by the Constant Memory™ feature. • You cannot, however, use 2 ® if an error
message is displayed. • When you turn the Voyage™ 200 on again, it
displays either the Home screen or the Apps desktop (regardless of the last application you used).
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Note: ® is the second function of the ´ key.
The calculator’s Automatic Power Down™ (APD™) feature prolongs battery life by turning the calculator off automatically following several minutes of inactivity. When you turn on the calculator after APD:
• The display, cursor, and any error conditions are exactly the same as before APD.
• All settings and memory contents are retained.
Note: APD does not occur if a calculation or program is in progress, unless the program is paused. If a program is running but waiting for a key press, APD will occur after several minutes of inactivity.
¥ ® (press ¥ and then press ®)
Similar to 2 ® except:
• You can use ¥ ® if an error message is displayed.
• When you turn the Voyage™ 200 on again, it will be exactly as you left it.
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Voyage™ 200 keys
Ê Function keys (ƒ– Š) open toolbar menus, access Apps, and edit categories of Apps.
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Ë Cursor keys (A, B, C, D) move the cursor.
Ì Numeric keypad performs math and scientific functions.
Í QWERTY keyboard is similar to a computer keyboard.
Î Modifier keys (2, 8, 7, 1) add features by increasing the number of key commands.
QWERTY keyboardQWERTY keyboardQWERTY keyboardQWERTY keyboard
If you’re familiar with typing on a computer, you’re on your way to using the Voyage™ 200 QWERTY keyboard, with these differences:
• To type a single uppercase alphabetic character, press 7 and the letter key.
• To turn on uppercase lock, press 2 ¢. To turn off uppercase lock, press 2 ¢ again.
Entering special charactersEntering special charactersEntering special charactersEntering special characters
Use the CHAR (Character) menu and key commands to enter special characters. The CHAR menu lets you access Greek, math, international, and other special characters. An on-screen keyboard map shows the locations of shortcuts used to enter other commonly used characters.
To select characters from the CHAR menu:
1. Press 2 G. The CHAR menu appears.
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2. Use the cursor keys to select a category. A submenu lists the characters in that category.
3. Use the cursor keys to select a character, and press ¸.
Example: Enter the right arrow symbol (→) in the Text Editor.