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Tablet PC In-Service




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           Overview

    Tablet PC Features & Hardware Introduction
–     Tablet Overview (Ports, Buttons, Pen location, Lights)
–     Keyboard Features
–     Screen Operations rotating the screen into tablet, rotation
      buttons
–     Using the Stylus
    Software
–      Intro to Sticky Notes
–      Intro to using Windows Journal
     •      Tools and uses
     •      Transferring from Word to Journal
–      Intro to using Microsoft OneNote
    Hands-On Labs



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                M285E Tablet

Tablet Control Buttons
 –   Used to control the tablet while in
     Tablet mode
Power/Power Lock
 –   Powers on tablet and Locks power
     button from use while in tablet mode
Function Keys
 –   Used in combination with other keys
     to perform actions. Keys that are
     used in combination with are marked
     in blue lettering on the keyboard
Touch Pad
 –   Used in place of a standard mouse




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M285 Keyboard Layout




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Function Keys


            Toggle Status Indicators On or Off



            Turn Wireless Networking On or Off




            Enter Standby Mode, To leave
            standby press power button




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Function Keys

            Toggle Display between
             –   LCD Only
             –   External Monitor / Projector
             –   LCD and External Monitor /
                 Projector

            Battery Status (upper left corner of
            the screen)


            Turn Bluetooth On or Off




            Increase LCD brightness above the
            normal brightness setting, Press
            second time to decrease below
            normal, Press third time to return to
            normal brightness setting



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Function Keys


            Play or Pause CD / DVD


            Stop CD / DVD

            Skip back one Song or Track

            Skip Forward one Song or
            Track

            Turn on NumLock




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Function Keys


            Increase Screen Brightness


            Decrease Screen Brightness


            Mute Audio



            Increase Volume


            Decrease Volume




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          TouchPad

A – Touch Pad
– Mouse Cursor control
B – Scroll Zone
– Allows for scrolling on a
  page
C – Left Mouse Button
D – Right Mouse Button




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                    Tablet Control Buttons


Screen Rotation
  – Rotates display while in Tablet mode
Windows Security
  – Opens windows task manager and also logon
      screen for domain authentication
Windows Journal
  – Opens Windows Journal
Mode Button
  – Used to select between modes for the five-
      way switch
Five-way Switch
  – Two Selectable Modes
       • Mode 1 (Default)
           – Up/Down Scrolling
           – Right/Left Scrolling
           – Center- enter
       • Mode 2
           – Up/Down – Brightness
             Control
           – Right/Left – Volume Control
           – Center- Mute




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                    Status Indicators

Wireless
 – LED on – Wireless card turned on
 – LED off – Wireless card turned off
Hard Drive
 – LED Blinking – Hard Drive or DVD is in use
 – LED Off No drive activity
Number Lock & Caps Lock
 – LED on – Num Lock on
 – LED off – Num Lock off
Battery Charge
 – Blue – Battery fully charged
 – Purple – battery is charging
 – Blinking Red – battery very low
 – Solid Red- battery malfunctioning
       • This LED will only light up when
         the tablet is plugged in ot the
         battery charge is very low
Power
 – LED on – power on
 – LED blinking – tablet in standby mode
 – LED off – power off




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           Left Side View

A – AC Power Connector
B – Docking Port
– For port replicator
  connection
C – External VGA port
D – Ethernet Network Jack
E – 3 USB Ports
F – Firewire Port
G – PC Card Slot




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              Right Side View


A – Modem Jack
B – Kensington Lock Slot
 – Allows tablet to be locked to a
   desk using a Kensington lock
   cable
C – Ventilation Fan
D – Modular Bay
 – Supports different modules
   such as:
    • CD Drive
    • DVD/CD-RW
    • Multi-format DVD RW
      Drive
    • Multi Bay Battery




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           Front View

A – Microphone Jack
B – Headphone Jack
C – Memory Card reader
supports:
–   Memory Stick®
–   Memory Stick Pro®
–   MutliMediaCard™
–   Secure Digital™
D – Stylus/Pen
E - Speaker




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M285 Bottom View




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          Cleaning the M285 DISPLAY

Use the optical cloth that shipped with your M285
 – If the optical cloth is not available, to clean the screen,
   dampen a soft cloth with water or a mild window glass
   cleaner solution.
Note: Be sure to dampen the cloth; never spray anything
directly on the surface. If liquid collects around the edges, wipe it
up immediately.
Warning: The screen is made of specially coated glass and
can be scratched or damaged by abrasive or ammonia-based
glass cleaners.




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                  Stylus/Pen


With a Mouse      With a Pen


Point and Click   Point and Tap


Double Click      Double Tap


Click and Drag    Tap and Drag
                                     Note: Use only the Stylus that came with your M285 Tablet. A finger-tap,
                                     PDA stylus, or regular ink pens will have no effect on the screen. You
                                     can order extra stylus pens from Gateway.

Right Click       Button Tap         Caution: Do not strike the display too sharply. Although the display is


                  (Press button      durable, it can break.
                  while tapping or
                  press and hold)

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         Accessing Tablet and Pen Settings

Two ways to access
settings
– Start button – Control
  panel – Tablet and Pen
  Settings
– Click Tablet button in
  taskbar and select
  properties




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               Tablet and Pen Settings


Allows for customization of the
Pen and Tablet Settings
 – Calibrating Pen
     • May need to do periodically if
       the pen and the cursor on the
       screen do not align.
     • Should calibrate for portrait
       and landscape
 – Display
     • Can set primary display
       orientation settings
 – Tablet Buttons
     • Program tablet buttons
 – Pen Options
     • Change pen control settings




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The Pen Calibrate Screen




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            The BATTERY

Battery maintenance
–   Charge less often
–   Allow the battery to drain down
–   Never charge below 40 degrees and above 104 degrees
Power (Battery) Management
–   Alarms can be set in the Control Panel / Power Options to provide text
    reminders or specific actions when a battery is at a low or critical
    state.
Conserve Battery Life
–   Dimming screen
–   Turning off un-needed devices (i.e. Wireless Network Card)




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                Shutdown vs Hibernate vs Standby

When to use:
 –   Shutdown
       • A full shutdown should be used when leaving school for the end of the day so
          programs, upgrades or updates are properly saved.
 –   Hibernate
       • Hibernate is also a "no power" mode, the OS saves the content of the RAM
          memory to a special file on the hard drive, then shuts down completely. Upon
          startup, the OS recognizes the special file and copies the contents back into RAM
          memory without having to go through the full startup procedure. A drawback to
          Hibernate is that security settings and updates may not happen if you never use a
          full Shutdown.
 –   Standby
       • Standby mode is useful to save a little power if you are going to be away for an
          hour or so. The only problem is if there is a power failure, the memory will be lost
          and the computer will have to be restarted - so save and close any important
          documents before using Standby

Note: Some of K-12 Classroom Connection pilot schools using Cisco
autonomous access points have noticed that Standby and Hibernate may effect
reconnecting to the wireless network.




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         Tablet Software

Demonstrations of:
– Sticky Notes
   • A digital version of our old favorite
– Microsoft Windows Journal
   • A digital version of a notebook
– Microsoft One Note
   • A digital notebook on steroids!




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Hands-On Labs




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