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To program a Caller ID Name Display button using remote administration on Partner ACS Release 3 or later systems:
In the Partner ACS R3 System window, select Extensions. The Extensions window appears.
Select the extension you want to program. The Individual Extension Parameters window appears for the selected extension.
Select the Button Programming button. The Button Programming window appears for the selected extension.
Optional - For new systems where no download is available: From the Phone Model box, select the arrow and choose Partner-34D, Partner-18D, Partner-18 Non-display, Partner/MLS-6 Non-display, MLC-6 Cordless, MLS-12 Non-display, MLS-12D, MLS-18D, or MLS-34D for this extension. The button layout for the type of phone you selected appears.
Select the button you want to program. The Partner Set Button Programming Information dialog box appears.
Select the Caller ID Name Display button.
When you are finished, select the OK button.
Repeat steps 5 to 7 to program other buttons for this extension.
The FixYa GuessYa is that you want to program the extensions on the spare buttons on each phone. The 12 left side buttons will let you do that, the 12 buttons on the right are pretty much worthless, but this is a 77xx series phone, right?
To program extensions on the left side, label the strip, then press PROGRAM the button and dial 1 + extension and STORE. Keep doing that until you run out of buttons. If you slip and accidently reassign a line button, those are programmed with 0 + line number (1-8 in a TA series) STORE.
Pick up the handset and drop it back down when you're finished to exit programming. In a TA-824, there's a programming tool that let's you do this from a computer and copy buttons, but most of the time it's a lot easier to just do it by hand.
You have to get into programming mode on the attendant station (usually x10 or x11) (see if you can find the programming overlay!)...do you know how to do that? If not then it's tricky stuff and you could mess up the system programming.