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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Text excerpt from page 329 (click to view)
7-2-3 Using List Editor

u To jump to the first or last line of a list
(1) Select any cell in the list. (2) On the menu bar, tap [Edit]. (3) Select one of the following commands to perform the type of operation you want.
To do this: Move the cursor to line 1 of the list Move the cursor to the line following the last line that contains data ⢠If your list contains 14 entries, then the cursor will move to the 15 entry. ⢠If your list contains 9999 entries (the maximum allowed), then the cursor will move to line 9999. Select this command: Jump to Top

Jump to Bottom

k Opening a List
Lists are saved in files under their list (variable) names. This means you can close a list and re-open it later when you need it. There are two different methods you can use to open a list: using the [Open List] command and inputting the name of the list in the list name cell of a column.

u To open an existing list using the âOpen Listâ command
(1) On the List Editor window, select any cell in the column where you want the list you will open to appear. (2) On the menu bar, tap [Edit] and then [Open List]. (3) In the âlist=â box that appears, enter the variable name of the list you want to open, and then tap w.

⢠If you enter a variable name that does not match the names of any of the existing lists in step (3), a new list is created using that name.

u To open an existing list by inputting its name in the list name cell
(1) On the List Editor window, select the list name cell of the column where you want the list you will open to appear. (2) Enter the variable name of the list you want to open. (3) Tap w to open the list.


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