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Re: Programming Page Button
You could look in the station user's guide and program paging. This may work, or not, if you're paging internal and outside do this:
From your phone press Feature 00 the button and then Intercom *70.
If you don't want all the idle phones in group 1, but just the outside speaker, press 70 alone.
I'm not positive, but you may have to delete the button in centralized programming if it is already assigned a "CO" line.
Centralized programming is done from extension 10 or 11 and involves the system manual and knowing where the overlay buttons are.
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Can you please be a little more specific? Are you referring to assigning the paging feature to a button on the phone or programming the actions the system performs when you press the existing paging button on the phone? Normally, when you press the predefined paging button on this phone the system prompts you to select where your paging output goes. Depending on how your system was set up it may ask you to select "set", meaning when you select this soft-key the system will sound a short alert tone through all of the speakers in all of the phones connected to the system then allow you to talk through all of the phone set speakers. The other option is to select a soft-key that directs the output of the paging to an external PA system that is connected to the NAM through a punchblock connection. You can usually also select "both" which directs the output through the phone sets and the PA system. I am not certain what, if any system programming might be involved - I am fairly certain that if your system has not been connected to a PA system the paging function is just available to output through the phone set speakers. If your phones have no buttons assigned to the page feature then you'll need to refer to the system programming procedures to find out which feature code is assigned to paging and then access it by pressing FEATURE + the paging code or assigning the paging feature code to an unused button.
Press program button, select button you want to program, dial 0 then dial CO number as in 001 according to which CO line you wish to program. If you are not sure which CO line is missing, check the button programming by the same method. Press program button then any programmable button and it will be identified in the LCD screen. The CO lines may be 2 digit if you have an older system as in 01, 02, etc
Just so we're on the same page, the PF buttons are the 12 buttons on the right and their ONLY function is one-touch dialing. They can't be CO buttons. The 12 buttons on the left are called CO buttons and they can be programmed to do a number of things, including CO, DSS, and feature access buttons.
To reprogram the button, press PROGRAM, the button, the dial 0 + the CO number (1-8) and STORE. Extensions are 1+ext and one-touch are 2+. Other features are in the programming guide.
The PF buttons are programmed by just dialing the digits, but if it calls out, you must dial an access code first, usually "9".
I can give you the fast answer and the slow answer. Fast one is to go to the main phone, press PROG and dial **1234. The system should go into programming and you will be looking at system program 000. ENTER. From there, using a combination of the SEL, FWD and CONF keys, you should be able to navigate around the time change, using ENTER or STORE to save it.
The system that the 7330 is connected to controls how you program it and how it behaves.
In the U.S. and for only a short time, the 7330 phones were connected to a TA-624. In fact, those phones were called "Euro Style" so you may be in the U.K.
I don't recall if they have a PROGRAM switch in the back or a PROGRAM button on the face, but they are programmed with PROGRAM press the button you want to program and read the display.
In Panasonic, all C.O. lines are assigned with 0 plus the CO number 1-6 in a 624's case and STORE. So you can reprogram the buttons in top to bottom or bottom to top order with 01 STORE 02 STORE etc. In passing, all extensions are programmed with 1 plus the 3 digit extension number as in 1101, 1102,1103 etc.
If the puttons are physically sticky, you can use alcohol and clean them, or just reassign them.
**Found on page 9-8 of "Partner R6 Install and Upgrade Manual" so your system may vary slightly:
Use Line Assignment (#301) to assign all the lines that you want the auto attendant to cover
to extension X.
**Found on page 4-47 of "Partner R6 Install and Upgrade Manual" so your system may vary slightly:
To assign lines to a specific extension:
1. Press [Feature]   [System Program] [System Program] [#]    at extension 10 or 11.
2. Enter the extension number to be programmed. For example, to program extension 15, press  . The red light next to each button that has a line assigned is on steady; the red light next
to each button that has a pool assigned flashes.
3. To remove all existing line assignments, press [Remove] before selecting a line.
4. Enter the line number to be assigned. For example, to select line 1, press  .
5. Do one of the following:
■ If you want to assign the line to the first available button with lights, press [Next Data] until the
Line Assignment 15 L01
1 Assigned is the factory setting.
■ If you want to remove a line assignment, press [Next Data] until a display like the following
Line Assignment 15 L01
2 Not Assigned
■ If you want to assign the line to a specific button, press 3. A display like the following
Line Assignment 15 L01
3 Select a Button
Then press a button with lights to assign the line to that button. If you use option 3 after a
line already has been assigned, the line moves from the old button to the new button you
6. Do one of the following:
■ To program another line for this extension, press [Next Item] or [Prev Item] until the line number
appears on the display. Then repeat Step 5.
■ To program another extension, press N P and begin at Step 2.
7. Select another procedure, or exit programming mode.
I just found this, which had the process for programming a CO button as a one-touch. And it worked. It's a bit easier to follow than the panasonic manual so hopefully it will have an answer. http://www.command-a.com.au/Portals/0/Panasonic%20816%201232%20Quick%20Referance%20Guide.pdf