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  1.    #1  
    Hello,

    Jusy been given a new Treo 600 from work - for work communications....

    Can anybody offer me some tips on using this device?

    First off - how the hell do you switch it off!!!

    Cheers

    Lee
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    Quote Originally Posted by lsainsbury
    Hello,

    Jusy been given a new Treo 600 from work - for work communications....

    Can anybody offer me some tips on using this device?

    First off - how the hell do you switch it off!!!

    Cheers

    Lee
    Button on the top -- has a circle and a line ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjd414
    Button on the top -- has a circle and a line ...
    Dosn't that just switch off the wireless? I've held the button down for a good 30 seconds and it does not switch off the device - that is - I can continue to press one of the other keypad button and the screen will come on and take me back to email / calendar etc...

    Lee
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    That's the way it works. There's really no way to completely power it down save completely draining the battery.

    But that's the beauty of the Palm OS. Instant on. I don't know why you'd want to have to wait for the device to power up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PabloTX
    That's the way it works. There's really no way to completely power it down save completely draining the battery.

    But that's the beauty of the Palm OS. Instant on. I don't know why you'd want to have to wait for the device to power up.
    What about if you are taking it on an aeroplane? You must have to switch it off for that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lsainsbury
    What about if you are taking it on an aeroplane? You must have to switch it off for that?
    You are only required to switch the wireless off on an airplane.
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    So the answer is you can't switch it of completly?
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    That's right
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    Quote Originally Posted by lsainsbury
    So the answer is you can't switch it of completly?
    You can actually but it requires a Hammer, a wooden stake and a crucufix.
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    How seasonal!!! Thanks for the replies!
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    to get some basic knowledege on many aspect of this device, run the tutorial app first
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