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CASIO EDB600-1
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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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USER’S GUIDE 2551
Daylight Saving Time (DST)
Daylight Saving Time (summer time) advances the time setting by one hour from Standard Time. Remember that not all countries or even local areas use Daylight Saving Time.

To toggle the Timekeeping Mode time between DST and Standard Time 1. In the Timekeeping Mode, make sure that “ ” is located under HOME in the indicators along the bottom of the screen. • If it isn’t, hold down [7] for about one second until “ ” appears under HOME. 2. Hold down A until the seconds start to flash, which indicates the setting screen. 3. Press C to display the DST setting screen.
4. Press [1] or [=] to toggle between Daylight Saving Time (DSTOn) and Standard Time (DSTOf). • Note that you cannot switch between Standard Time and Daylight Saving Time while GMT is selected as the Home City name. 5. Press A to exit the setting screen. • The DST indicator appears on the display to indicate that Daylight Saving Time is turned on.

To register a new password 1. While PASS 0000 is on the e-DATA MEMORY Mode screen, hold down A for about two seconds until the first (leftmost) digit of the password starts to flash. 2. Press a keypad key to input the first digit of the password. • This inputs the number whose key you pressed and moves the flashing to the next digit to the right. Input the other three digits of the password. • Pressing A while inputting a new password clears your input and returns to the PASS 0000 screen. 3. After all four of the password digits are the way you want, press D to register it. • This causes PASS xxxx to appear with the first digit flashing. This is the Password Input screen. 4. Input the new password again to access e-DATA MEMORY data, or press C to return to the Mode Menu. To input the password
1. When the Password Input screen is on the display, input the password. • Use the keypad keys to input all four digits. • Pressing B while inputting a new password clears your input and returns to the Password Input screen. 2. After the password is the way you want, press D. • If the input password matches the one registered, the message PASS OK appears, followed by an e-DATA MEMORY record screen (or the remaining memory screen). • If the password does not match, the message PASS ERROR appears, followed by the Password Input screen.

To display the current time in another time zone In the Timekeeping Mode, hold down the keypad key that corresponds to the time zone whose time you want to view, until “ ” appears under its indicator. See the table below for information about which key you should hold down. • See “Time Zone Indicators” for more information about the zone indicators.
Time zone indicators
Indicator HOME GMT CITY1 CITY2 Key [7] [8] [9] [0]

To change the password

• When you select a zone, the city name appears momentarily in the top line of the screen. After a short while, the city name is replaced by the top line information you last selected.

1. Enter the e-DATA MEMORY Mode. 2. When the Password Input screen appears, hold down A for about two seconds until OLD?xxxx appears with the first digit flashing. • This is the current password input screen. 3. Use the keypad keys to input the password.

4. After the password is the way you want, press D. • If the input password matches the one registered, NEW?xxxx appears with the first digit flashing, which is the New Password Input screen. • If the password does not match, the message PASS ERROR appears, followed by the current Password Input screen. Return to step 2 and input the correct password. 5. Use the keypad keys to input the new password. 6. After the new password is the way you want, press D to register it. • This returns to the Password Input screen. Input the password you just registered to access e-DATA MEMORY records. See “To input the password” for more information.

To specify CITY1 and CITY2 cities 1. In the time zones along the bottom of the Timekeeping Mode screen, select CITY1 or CITY2. • See “To display the current time in another time zone” for more information. 2. Hold down A until the current time starts to flash. This is the setting screen.
3. Use keypad keys [2] through [9] to jump to the city name for that button. Next, use [=] (forward) and [1] (back) to scroll through city names until the one you want is displayed. • [2] = ABUDHABI, [3] = DAKAR, [4] = GMT, [5] = JAKARTA, [6]= MADRID, [7] = PANAMA, [8] = TAIPEI, [9] = WARSAW • City names appear in alphabetical order. • For full information on city names, see the “City Code Table”. 4. After displaying the name of the city you want to select, press C or D to change to the DST setting screen, which shows either DSTOn or DSTOf. • Pressing C or D returns to the city name setting screen. 5. Press [1] or [=] to toggle between Daylight Saving Time (DSTOn) and Standard Time (DSTOf). 6. Press A to exit the setting screen.

e-DATA MEMORY Records
e-DATA MEMORY can store up to 50 records, and each record can contain up to 63 characters. Records are stored in alphabetical order. To find a particular record, you can scroll through records on the display, or you can input the first letter of the record text. • Before you can input, recall, edit or delete an e-DATA MEMORY record, you must first access the data by entering the e-DATA MEMORY Mode.

e-DATA MEMORY
You can use the watch’s e-DATA MEMORY to store e-mail addresses, Web page URLs, and other text data. e-DATA MEMORY contents are password protected, which means that no one can view, input, edit, or delete them without inputting the correct password. • All of the operations in this section are performed in the e-DATA MEMORY Mode, which you enter by pressing [2] while the Mode Menu is on the display. Important! • Entering the e-DATA MEMORY Mode causes a Password screen to appear. Input the correct password to access e-DATA MEMORY data. • The initial factory default password is “0000”, which allows free access to e-DATA MEMORY data without input of a password. • The figures 0000 on the Password screen indicate that the current password setting is “0000”. When another password is set, the xxxx is displayed with the first digit flashing in place of 0000. This is the Password Input screen. • When the password is “0000”, you can access e-DATA MEMORY data by pressing D, without inputting a password. Pressing D displays an e-DATA MEMORY record screen or remaining memory screen. After that you can recall, edit, and delete e-DATA MEMORY records.

To create a new e-DATA MEMORY record 1. While an e-DATA MEMORY record screen is on the display, press [0] to display the remaining memory screen. • The value on the remaining memory screen is the percentage of memory that is still available. It does not indicate the number of records that can be stored. • The maximum remaining memory value displayed is Remaining memory (%) 99%, even when memory is empty.
• If FULL is shown for remaining memory, it means that memory is full. To store another record, you will first have to delete some of the records stored in memory.
Cursor

Record (Page) number

2. Hold down A until the flashing cursor appears on the display, which indicates the setting screen. • The setting screen also shows the record (page) number that is automatically assigned to the new record. 3. Input the text. • Use the keyboard keys to input characters. Use C (right) and D (left) to move the cursor around the display. See “Inputting Text” for more information.

4. Press A to store your data and return to the e-DATA MEMORY record screen (without the cursor). • Pressing A causes the message SORT to appear as the data is stored for a moment. After that, the e-DATA MEMORY record screen appears. • Note that the record (page) number of a particular record may change when records are resorted after input of a new record. • See “Sort Table” for details on how the watch sorts records.

Using a Password to Protect e-DATA MEMORY Data
You can register a 4-digit password to keep e-DATA MEMORY data secure. Important! • A password of “0000” allows anyone to access e-DATA MEMORY data. It is the same as leaving e-DATA MEMORY data unlocked. • Use a 4-digit password that is easy for you to remember, but difficult for others to decipher. If you forget the password, you will not be able to access the e-DATA MEMORY data without have the AC operation performed, which resets the password to “0000” without deleting memory data. To have the AC operation performed, contact the store or dealer where you purchased the watch.

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