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Saving phone numbers

I lost my instruction manual and cannot figure out how to save phone numbers to speed dial.

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  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    If I set manual it goes back to regular time
    EST. how do I change it .TO DAYLIGHT SAVING.

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    I need to know how to get to the speed dial option

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Hello tjfred.

try here see if your phone listed 5.8 GHz VTech® then click
more info link when you see you phone for the manual.

riz.

Posted on May 12, 2008

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    rizla May 12, 2008

    hello tjfred
    thank you for the vote ,
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Manual 'HOW TO SAVE CONTACTS


first click on options and use save option and give a name to it and then press save .....then go to contacts menu speed dials first on it and then go to edit and choose a key(say 2) go in it and save a number to it and start using it.

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How do I store a number for autodial at a later date?


Autodial? You're going to use one of the 8 buttons for autodial or are you trying to put system speed dialing in? The phone buttons are easy if you dial "9" to get an outside line. You press PROGRAM a button, and dial 29 plus your number and STORE.

Now, obscurely, you can program one of the 8 buttons to SAVE a number. Thats done by PROGRAM the button 5 STORE. When you dial a number that you want to save, you press Autodial and SAVE (the button you programmed) and it will save that number under the button.
Now, grab a line and press the SAVE button and it will dial your saved number.

Last, if you're not totally bored, you can store 10 Personal speed dial numbers on your phone. They program by 2* (0-9) number # and are dialed by pressing # (0-9).

Yeah. BTW this is an instruction set for a TA-624, common for the type of phone you have. I think it applies to most of the TA series KSU's.

Carl

Mar 25, 2011 | Panasonic KX-T7560 1-Line Corded Phone

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How do I change a number on speed dial?


"Save" "Phone number" "Save" "Line position"

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I push the feature button it turns red as soon as i enter the phone number the light goes out press feature and does not program


Why are you pressing the feature button?

Press feature then answer. You envoked ringing line pick up.
Press feature then speed dial button, dial a number like your dialing out, then feature again. You've just set a speed dial button.
Press feature, then 3 and you've changed your ringtone on a series i phone.

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How to delete and program in speed numbers for fax


Create speed dial entries for fax numbers that you use frequently. The number of speed dial entries you can set up depends on the HP device. For more information, see the specifications for the HP device.
expanded.gifTo manually create a speed dial entry 1 In the HP Solution Center, click Settings, point to Fax Settings and Setup, and then click Fax Speed Dial Settings. 2 Click New Entry. 3 In the Speed Dial Settings - New Entry dialog box, type a name and fax number, and then click OK. 4 In the Speed Dial Settings dialog box, click Save. The entry is stored on the HP device.
Note If you are creating a speed dial entry for a networked HP device and you are unable to save the entry, another user on the network might have accessed the same speed dial. Wait a few minutes and try to save the entry again. expanded.gifTo create a speed dial entry from the Address Book 1 In the HP Solution Center, click Settings, point to Fax Settings and Setup, and then click Fax Speed Dial Settings. 2 Under Address Book, click Select From. 3 In the Address Book dialog box, select one or more names, and then click OK. 4 In the Speed Dial Settings dialog box, click Save. The entry is stored on the HP device.
Note If you are creating a speed dial entry for a networked HP device and you are unable to save the entry, another user on the network might have accessed the same speed dial. Wait a few minutes and try to save the entry again.

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Set speed dial


This may or may not work as my manuals are for the 9xx series but not the 950. Press PROGRAM
to erase press PAUSE and either the BUTTON or LOWER BUTTON (2 keys).

To store a new number, PROGRAM then dial the number you want saved (or press REDIAL) then the BUTTON or (LOWER BUTTON).

I'm guessing this will work, since the other models seem to program the same way.

Carl


Feb 27, 2009 | AT&T 950 Corded Phone

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Entering a two-second pause


Pause seems to work ONLY in saved speed-dial numbers.
BUT...
One work-around to dial any number you want with a pause is
to save the number you want to dial as a speed dial number.
When you enter a speed dial number to save to memory, hitting the "*" button repeatedly cycles through the symbols, one of which is the dash. The dash symbol will be dialed as a 2 second pause when you use that saved speed dial.

Yes, it is pretty stupid that you cannot use this same method (hitting * key to cycle through) to insert a pause in a manually dialed number.
No, I do not know a way to do it in a manually dialed number.

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Programming numbers into telephone


to store a speed dial on the kx-t7730 with the Advanced Hybrid System KX-TA624 you press the following keys

<pick up the receiver>
2
*
<the number you want to have as speed dial>
<the number you want to dial>
<press the square shaped key next to 0 and 9>
<wait for dial tone to return>
<hang up>

To call using the now saved speed dial, press the square shaped key and then the number you have saved to speed dial

For example

<pick up receiver> 2*1555555555<square key> <wait for dial tone> <hang up>

This will mean that when you press the square key and 1, it will dial 555555555

Oct 03, 2007 | Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone

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Pre-set dial numbers


Pick up the handset / handsfree button, hit the SET/SAVE key, punch in the entire phone number you wish to program to speed-dial, hit the SET/SAVE key again, hit the speed dial key you want to save to (0-9). To actually use the speed-dial key once set, you have to pick up the handset / handsfree, hit the AC key followed by your speed dial (0-9) I know this seems unusual and you have to do it relatively quick, but it's the only way that works properly on this phone unit. Cheers!

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