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Follow the instructions on pages 10-11 of this manual.

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Hi, I found a way to get Speed Dial on the Eternity or Ultra Touch . As follows: [most of this from Phonebook/More/Settings/1 ]

1. Copy all address book entries from Sim to Phone Memory.
2. Delete all Sim Address book entries.
3. Switch Address book source to Sim.
3. Re-enter up to 99 speed dial entries in Sim, in the exact order you want them to be assigned to speed dial.
4. Switch Address book source back to Phone Memory.
From now on all numbers on the Sim will be in Speed Dial and you will view the address book from phone memory. Of course any number can be in both places.
Now to speed dial just enter 1#, 2# etc for any number in the Sim Address book. You will get to view and confirm the entry and then dial. In a way this is even better then the speed dial functions on older Samsungs, as the preview before dialing ensures you have the right speed dial entry.
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How do you set the speed dial phone numbers on the Clarity D613 amplified cordless DECT


Clarity D613 Cordless Telephone
SPEED DIAL INSTRUCTIONS

To set, replace, or delete one of the nine Speed Dial numbers:

1. If you want to set or replace one of the Speed Dial numbers, and the new number is not already an entry in the phonebook, add the new phonebook entry before continuing here.

2. Press the PHONEBOOK button. The first entry in the phonebook displays.
3. Press the MENU button. The first two items (VIEW and ADD) of the seven-item PHONEBOOK menu display.

4. Press the UP/DOWN buttons (right side of the handset) to scroll to SPEED DIAL.
5. Press the MENU button. The first two items (KEY 1 and KEY 2) of the nine-item SPEED DIAL menu display.

6. The SPEED DIAL menu is displayed. If you do not want to make any (more) Speed Dial changes, press the BACK button until the HANDSET number displays, and stop following these instructions.

7. Press the UP/DOWN buttons to scroll to the KEY number that you want to set, replace, or delete; for example, KEY 4.
8. Press the MENU button. A phonebook entry appears. It is either the entry, if any, that is currently associated with the selected key or it is the first entry in the phonebook.

9. Press the UP/DOWN buttons to try to scroll to a different entry in the phonebook.
10. If you are able to scroll through the phonebook, the selected key is not currently associated with any phonebook entry and you have two options:
a. To leave the selected key without an association, press the BACK button and return to step 6.
b. To associate the selected key with a phonebook entry, go to step 16.

11. The displayed phonebook entry is currently associated with the selected key. If you want to leave it that way, press the BACK button and return to step 6.
12. Press the MENU button. A menu displays with two items (ADD and DELETE). By default, the ADD item is initially selected.
13. If you want to associate a different phonebook entry with the selected key, press the MENU button (to choose ADD). The first entry in the phonebook displays. Go to step 16.

14. Press the UP/DOWN buttons to scroll to DELETE.
15. Press the MENU button. DELETED displays. The selected key is now not associated with any phonebook entry. Return to step 6.

16. Press the UP/DOWN buttons to scroll to the phonebook entry that you want to associate with the selected key.
17. Press the MENU button. SAVED displays. The selected key is now associated with the selected phonebook entry. Return to step 6.


To call one of the nine Speed Dial numbers:

1. Press and hold the desired Speed Dial key (1 through 9 on the dial pad). The selected key number displays. If the key is associated with a phonebook entry, the call begins within a few seconds. Otherwise the phone beeps twice.
2. Release the key. If the key was not associated with a phonebook entry, you can either press the BACK key to return the phone to standby, or you can press the CLEAR key and then press a different Speed Dial key..


To review the phonebook entries that are associated with the Speed Dial keys:

1. Press the PHONEBOOK button. The first entry in the phonebook displays.
2. Press the MENU button. The first two items (VIEW and ADD) of the seven-item PHONEBOOK menu display.

3. Press the UP/DOWN buttons to scroll to SPEED DIAL.
4. Press the MENU button. The first two items (KEY 1 and KEY 2) of the nine-item SPEED DIAL menu display.

5. Press the UP/DOWN buttons to scroll to the KEY number that you want to review; for example, KEY 4.
6. Press the MENU button. The associated phonebook entry appears.
7. Press the BACK button.
8. If you want to review more Speed Dial associations, return to step 5.

9. Press the BACK button until the HANDSET number displays.

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Rings and Speed Dial)
You can store names and numbers in your phone’s phonebook, search for names
alphabetically, and dial phonebook entries with just a few key presses. You can
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1) When the phone is in standby mode, press phonebook.
2) Press the STORE soft key, S t o r e / E d i t N a m e appears.
3) Enter the name (up to 16 characters) by using the
number keypad (see the "Steps for Entering Names and
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If a name is not required, go to step 4. <No Name> will
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4) Press the OK soft key to store the name;
S t o r e / E d i t N o . appears.
5) Use the number keypad, */tone/<, or #/> to enter the
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If you make an error, use the DELETE soft key to erase
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move the pointer to one of the Distinctive Ring options
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7) S p e e d D i a l appears. Press volume up/down to move the
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press 1+# (i.e. speed dial #1)
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