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3 – Names and functions of parts
After using the MENU button or a dedicated button to open a screen, use the
screen in the following manner.
This section describes the basic operation procedures. Depending on the
screen that is open the assignments of the function buttons might differ.
During playback or recording, you cannot open screens that might access
the SD card. If you try to open one of these screens, a
recorder is not stopped) pop-up message will appear.
The currently assigned function of each button is shown above it at the
bottom of the screen. In this manual, for convenience, we refer to the function
buttons as F1, F2, F3 and F4 in order from the left.
appears above the F1 button, showing that this is the function
assigned to this button on the screen. In this manual, we write this as “F1
In a similar manner the assignments for the F2, F3 and F4 buttons are
in that order.
0 Use the DATA wheel to select (highlight) items you want to access.
This example shows the
On the screen, the
item is selected (highlighted).
0 If there are more items above the top item in the list currently shown, an
5 icon appears. If there are more below the bottom item, an b icon
appears. (In the
screen shown above, the b shows that there is at
least one more item below
0 If an item has a submenu (as on the
screen, for example), an t
appears to its right, and pressing the F4 [t] button will open it.
0 In a submenu, you can press the F1 [BACK] button to return to the