M285e Tablet by fjwuxn

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									M285e Tablet
   Components
                             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
            Left Side of Case




A. Power Supply            B. Docking Port
C. External Monitor Port   D. Ethernet (Network) Port
E. USB Ports               F. Firewire Port
G. PCMCIA Slot
             Right Side




A. CD-ROM Drive    B. Fan Output
C. Kingston Lock   D. Modem Port
                                          Bottom
                                             Of
                                            Case



Keep the 3 cooling vents open.
Do not use the tablet on a pillow or other soft, fluffy
support.
                      CD-ROM
   CD-ROM is located in the Modular Bay
       The modular bay can hold other devices such as a
        floppy drive, or second battery.

       The CD-ROM is really a Combo drive –
        It can read CDs and DVDs (watch movies)
        But, it can also record CD-ROMs (burn CDs_
                        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
         Battery Charge LED

   Blue – Battery is fully charged
   Purple – Battery is charging
   Blinking Red – Battery’s charge is very low
   Solid Red – Battery is malfunctioning
                Power LED
   Shows the Tablet’s Power Status
     LED ON – Tablet is ON
     LED Blinking – Tablet is in Standby Mode

     LED OFF – Tablet is OFF
Power Lock
             Control Buttons




A. Screen Rotation       B. Opens the Task Mgr.
C. Windows Journal       D. Mode Button
E. 5-Way Switch (Controlled by the Mode Button)
                  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
5-Way Switch
  5-way Button & Mode Switch
Mode 1 – Scroll Button
 Up- Down
 Right – Left
 Center button = Enter
Mode 2 – Audio/Video Control
 Up-Down  Screen Brightness
 Right-Left  Volume
 Center  Mute Sound
                    Journal Button
   The Tablet’s Journal
       Is a new note-taking utility
       Lets you write notes
       Can convert your handwriting to text
       Allows text to be entered
       Also you can draw in the document
       Can enter Graphs and Graphics
       Features include erasing, highlighting, formatting text,
        inserting space, dragging and dropping ink, recognizing and
        converting shapes, and formatting lists.
                  Screen Rotation
   Display Orientations
       Default ( Horizontal Landscape)
       Portant (Vertical)
       Secondary Landscape (180 degrees from the default)

   Screen Rotation Button Toggles through the 3
    settings

   OR - In the system tray, double-tap (the tablet and pen
    settings icon), click the Display tab, and then select the
    screen orientation from the Orientation list.
   LED/Status Indicators




A. Wireless Network   B. Hard Drive
C. Num Lock           D. Cap Lock
E. Battery Charge     F. Power
         Wireless Network LED
   LED ON – wireless Network Interface Card is
    turned on.

   LED OFF – Wireless Network Interface Card is
    turned Off.
                 LED/Status Indicators
   Wireless
         LED on – Wireless card turned on
         LED off – Wireless card truned 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
                         TouchPad
   A – Touch Pad
       Mouse Cursor control
   B – Scroll Zone
       Allows for scrolling on a
        page
   C – Left Mouse Button
   D – Right Mouse Button
                  Stylus Pen
   The Tablet's pen is the only device that
    can write, tap, and input directly on your
    convertible notebook's display. The pen
    can do everything a mouse does. Just
    think "tap" instead of "click".
                        Stylus/Pen

With a Mouse      With a Pen


Point and Click   Point and Tap


Double Click      Double Tap


Click and Drag    Tap and Drag


Right Click       Button Tap
                  (Press button
                  while tapping or
                  press and hold)
    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
              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
The Pen Calibrate Screen
       Function/System/Fn Keys
   Function keys
    Press the keys labeled F1 to F12 to perform
    actions in programs. Each program uses
    different function keys for different purposes.
   System keys
    These colored keys in combination with the FN
    key perform specific actions.
   Fn key
    Press the Fn key in combination with a colored
    system key to perform a specific action.
                Windows Key
   Windows key
    Press the Windows® key to open the Windows
    Start menu.

   This key can also be used in combination with
    other keys to open utilities.
    Windows key + F key  Search utility
    Windows key + R key  Run Command
    Windows key + E key Windows Explorer
      Application and Other Keys
   Application key
    Press this key for quick access to shortcut
    menus and help assistants in Windows.
   ARROW keys
    Press the ARROW keys to move the
    cursor up, down, right, or left.Numeric
    keypad
             System Keys
   Fn + F1  Toggle Status Indicator On/Off
   Fn + F2  TURN WIRELESS
    NETWORKING OFF/ON
   Fn + F3  Enter Standby mode. To leave
    standby press the power button
   Fn + F4  Toggle Display between –
      LCD Screen only
      External Video Port
      Both LCD Screen and the Video Port
        System Key Usage (screen 2 of3)
   Fn + F5  Battery Status (upper left
    corner of the screen)
   Fn + F6  Turns Bluetooth On/Off
   Fn + F8  Toggles screen brightness
    between:
       Normal
       Dim
       Bright
   Fn + F9  Play or Pause CD/DVD
    Fn + Function Key Usage (screen 3 of3)
   Fn + F11  Skip Forward or Backward 1
    song track.
   Fn + Scroll  Turn On/Off NumLock
   Fn + Home  Mute Audio
   Fn + PgUp  Increase Volume
   Fn + PgDn  Decrease Volume
   Fn + UpArrow  Increase Screen
    Brightnes
   Fn + DownArrow  Dims Screen
    Brightness
    Placing the Tablet in the Sleeve
   Place the charger in one of the pockets or in the
    documents folder.
   Place the tablet in the case with the screen away
    from the charger.
   Place the tablet in the case with the battery
    toward the handle.
Tablet in Sleeve
       Starting Up the First Time
   Everyone’s Password is “Password1”
    (without the quotes”
   Passwords are case sensitive
   Don’t remember your username?
    (your teacher has a list)
   The tablet will require you to change the
    password.
Password Complexity Requirements
   Be six or more characters in length. (maximum size is
    255 characters)
   Include at least one upper and at least one lower case
    letter
   Include at least one number or t one special character.
    Allowable characters
    include the following: ~ ! @ # ^ & * ( ) _ + - { } [ ] , .
    ?/
   DO NOT use the percent character ( % )as this will not
    be accepted.
                   Good Passwords
   Good passwords are -
    Easy to remember
    Not your girl/boy friends name +1
    Short sentences are great, but no spaces. Examples -
   Thisisagood1 --- it uses upper and low case letters, a number,
    and is long enough that it is nearly impossible to break; It is not
    associated with any brothers, sisters, mom, dad, pets, etc. And –
    even I could remember it.
   Other examples –
    32isDadsAge, MHSisNo1, 07B@nd, 2fore1Sale (notice for is
    spelled wrong), S@leToday, Ilike$, etc_etc, Titdle~
               General Rules
   Treat the tablet with care.
   Don’t stack things on the tablet.
   Be sure to shut the tablet off at the end of
    the day to allow it to synchronize.
   Do not leave the tablet in the heat or cold.
   Do not leave the tablet unattended.
   Charge the battery every evening.
   Don’t allow “Java” to update.

								
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