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How do I add accounting codes (DATs) in the Canon Laser 710 Fax?

Does anyone have a manual for this thing?

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  • rma123 Feb 11, 2009

    totally inappropriate to send me to a helpful site then say it's not available unless you pay.

  • rma123 Feb 11, 2009

    I did that and it said it wasn't available but I could try the premium service. But, hey, I'll give it another try. Thanks.

  • rma123 Feb 11, 2009

    Okay, I apologize. This is exactly what I needed. Thank you very much and sorry I was in too big of a hurry to see the countdown.

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Download the manual from the following link: http://rapidshare.com/files/196948524/LaseClass700series.pdf

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    ashish13 Feb 11, 2009

    you don't need to pay just copy and paste the link on the address bar you will be given an option for free and another for premium user go for free and you can very well download it for free. youmay have to wait for a few seconds while the count down  goes

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Set Speed Dial / One-Touch Feature
  1. Open One-Touch Speed Dialing Panel and press “Data Registration.”
  2. Under “Additional Functions” scroll to find “4. ADD. Registration” and then press “Set.”
  3. Scroll to find “1. 1-One-Touch Speed Dial” and then press “Set.”
  4. Under “Tel # Registration” scroll until the desired “One-Touch” number is displayed. Press “Set.”
  5. Under “Tel # Registration” scroll to find “1. Tel Number Entry” and then press “Set.”
  6. Under “Tel Number Entry” enter fax number (with “9” and the area code – ex. 913104454200) and then press “Set.” Screen will display “Data Entry OK.”
  7. Under “Tel # Registration” scroll to find “2. Name” and then press “Set.”
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