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  1. #1
    This Old Man
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    If I press and hold a number key, I'll dial the phone number stored in that
    slot number. How can I choose a two-digit address book entry slot number?
    The numbers I most want on speed dial are scattered throughout my address
    book and I've got only five slots left out of 100!





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  2. #2
    Brian
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    Re: speed dial numbers in i1000 plus?

    The feature you already use is Turbo Dial, to use speed dial for 2-digit
    Speed Dial entries use the following steps:
    1-Press MENU until you see the "Spd#" option
    2-Press Option button (button with dot) under "Spd#"
    3-Using the keypad, press the Speed Dial number
    4-Press SEND


    "This Old Man" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > If I press and hold a number key, I'll dial the phone number stored in

    that
    > slot number. How can I choose a two-digit address book entry slot number?
    > The numbers I most want on speed dial are scattered throughout my address
    > book and I've got only five slots left out of 100!
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Brian
    Guest

    Re: speed dial numbers in i1000 plus?

    The feature you already use is Turbo Dial, to use speed dial for 2-digit
    Speed Dial entries use the following steps:
    1-Press MENU until you see the "Spd#" option
    2-Press Option button (button with dot) under "Spd#"
    3-Using the keypad, press the Speed Dial number
    4-Press SEND


    "This Old Man" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > If I press and hold a number key, I'll dial the phone number stored in

    that
    > slot number. How can I choose a two-digit address book entry slot number?
    > The numbers I most want on speed dial are scattered throughout my address
    > book and I've got only five slots left out of 100!
    >
    >






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