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go inside call setting. there is an option speed dial.then, select a particular number. select option to select contact . which you want to assign in.
then, come back to dial up keypad. and press that number for few sec. then, automatically call is dial to that person.
WITH A DIAL TONE Present: Press "Program then tap in the number you want to save then press the Speed dial button you want to save to (remembering each button has two numbers so, if you want the bottom spot, press the toggle button first) and you are done
1. Pick up handset OR press 'handsfree' and wait for dialling tone. 2. Press 'store'. 3. Dial number you wish to put in the memory. 4. Either press 'M1', 'M2' or 'M3' to save as one touch speed dial numbers OR press 'store' again and then press any number between 0 - 9 to save two touch speed dial. 5. Replace handset and you're done.
In future if you wish to dial a one touch number then so long as you remember which button you ascribed to it you can do so with M1, M2 or M3. If it was a two touch number then you will need to press 'memory' followed by whatever number you ascribed between 0 - 9.
The programmable key has to be an SPD button, you then enter the speed Dial entry number. To do this go to Youtube and follow the training video which I have loaded for you, this explains MMC 722, you must have that specific phone number in the speed dial directory, again this can be found at Youtube search 'abbeytel'
To Set: Do not lift handset Press FNC button Press the desired “One Touch” Key Enter number to be stored (remember”0” for external numbers) Press FNC button to save To Dial Lift Handset 8 Press desired One Touch key to dial
To add an ExtensionKey: - DONT lift handpiece, enter [*91] then press a vacant memory key and then choose “Repdial Key” from the menu. Enter an extension or group number and press the [ü] key.
To dial an ExtensionKey: -
Press the memory key you programmed.
Storing a personal speed dial number: - Lift handpiece. Dial [*92] Dial memory number. (*0 - *9 for personal numbers) Press the [ü] key. Dial 0 then the number to be stored. Press the [ü] key. Hang up.
How to dial speed dial numbers: -
Dial memory number.
(*0 - *9 for personal numbers)
(001-999 for system numbers) For Example: [*7*0 ü] will call the personal number stored under position *0. [*7001 ü] will call the system speed dial number stored under position 001.
to programme speed dial just go to contact on your phone menu and select the conatct you want to speed dial and assign speed dialing number for the person or you type any number on your phone and press the harsh key like this (10#) and it will bring out the number assign to that spedd dial
There is no way to clear the settings you would have to re-program the correct setting. Did you program one touch speed dial on the line buttons? I do not see how programming a speed dial could effect accessing the CO lines unless you re-programmed the CO line buttons by mistake. If so, you would need to re-program those soft keys to line buttons.
The manual you have may not cover this? The phone you have can work on a few different Panasonic phone systems. If you need a more detailed manual you will first need to know which Panasonic phone system you have. The phone part number WILL NOT help you determine which phone system you have. There is a main control unit somewhere (basement, utility closet, etc..)