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If you want to restore the directory hierarchy that contains the examples and sample programs that shipped with the calculator

  • Press [alpha][alpha] to lock the alphabetical keyboard.
  • Press [TEACH] then [ENTER).
  • The programs and examples will be restored.

If you want to create a directory (from scratch)
  1. Press [Right Shift Cyan key] and [HOME] to get back to the main directory.
  2. Press [Right Shift Cyan key] [VARS] to access (MEMORY) management
  3. Press the [D:New] tab
  4. The new variable screen opens
  5. Use the DownArrow twice to move cursor to the third line (_Directory)
  6. Press [C:Chk] to put a Check mark to the left of Directory
  7. The screen will change to show [Name and Directory]
  8. Use Up Arrow to move cursor to the first line (Name)
  9. Press [A:edit]
  10. Enter the name and then press [F:OK]
Once the directory is created you can use the Memory management to copy OR Move objects from other directories to the new one.

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