8) Use the phone book
Note: Your phone book stores up to 250 names with phone numbers.
Numbers can contain 32 digits; names can contain 26 characters.
You cannot store identical names in your phone book.
Example: You can’t have one entry for your
friend Bob with a home number and another
entry with a work number. You need to store
the names separately, as in the diagram to
If you enter a name that’s already in the phone
book, the message Replace? appears, followed
by the name. Press Back to end without replacing the name.
• USE PHONE BOOK MENUS
The phone book has several menus. These menus appear when you press
Names. Use the scroll keys to move to the menu you want to use.
Search for a specific name.
Enter new names and numbers.
Choose a scrolling view and show the memory status.
Assign numbers to one-touch dial locations (speed
dialing). See “Use one-touch dialing” on page 55.
Erase all names and numbers. To erase one name and
number at a time, while viewing the name press Details
or Options. Scroll to Erase. Press Select.
Display your own phone number.
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You can view your phone book in three different ways:
In all views, use the scroll keys to move through the list of names.
Select a scrolling view
You can select the scrolling view that you prefer:
From the menu, press Names.
Scroll to Options. Press Select.
Highlight Scrolling view, and press Select.
Scroll until the name of the desired view appears. Press OK.
• ADD NAMES AND NUMBERS
You can add names and numbers to your names list:
Scroll to Add new, and press Select.
Using the keypad, enter the name. Use the
key to switch between
upper and lowercase letters.
Enter the phone number. Press OK.
Shows all the names that are stored in your phone
book. Three names appear on the screen at a time.