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Program change I recently started a new position, and when I came in, the phone extension is the gal's name that worked here before me. I have looked through the user guide to see if I can figure out how to do it on my own, but I see nothing that can help.

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Re: Program change

First step.... find out which phone system you have. The KX-T7633 is a system phone that can be used on a few different Panasonic phone systems. The information you want to change is stored in the phone system and each one programs differently. Once you know the part number of your phone system you can try finding a programming manual for it (not a user guide)

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Re: Program change

Depending on your system and configuration, your name may appear in up to three different locations in the system - and maybe even more!

We have a support package that allows us to make all the changes you need over the Internet for a flat annual fee. If you want your whole system to work properly and all changes to be made for you at a flat budget, call us at 877-236-8376.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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I"d start by pressing the Caps Lock button on my keyboard to ask a question and use that key marked Shift to capitalize the first letter of a sentence and proper names.

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Hi, I have this particular phone as my work phone, The extension name is "craig" which comes up on the screen, This was the previous guy that was here before me. How do i change it to my name?

This is a program, you can do this from extension 101

1. go to extension 101
2.lacate program code 604

this is the program number for the extension name

any doubt please contact again

Hope this helpful

Apr 20, 2011 | Panasonic KX-T7633 Corded Phone

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I am also trying to change the extension names but for some reason when I press program the only thing that shows up is "Program No?" what do i do next?

Start by pressing ** and see what the display shows. If it doesn't show anything but beeps, then you have the wrong phone. Try looking for extension 101 or the first phone in the system.

When you find that phone and press program **1234, you'll go into programming. Dial 004 and press ENTER. If you press ENTER again, you'll be looking at extension 101, or you can dial an extension and be looking at a name. Now you spell out the name on the keypad using the letters and the arrow key if necessary and press ENTER (the center of the Navigator button) to store the name. Notice that the 4th time you press a 3 letter ALPHA key, you will get lower case letters. Punctuation is under the 1, * and # keys and Q appears under the 1 and 7 keys :-)

Next steps you to the next extension and you can just pick up the handset and set it back down to end programming.


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