[access-uk] Re: Nokia 6600

Steve, so what do you think about the 6600?  Is this now the phone of your
choice, or is there a better one, apart from the 9210I, of course!  <SMILE>

Some say the keys are very flat.  Do you personally find that to be a
problem and what's the layout like?

We're going to need to replace Mike's old Nokia soon so I'm looking around.




--
Carol



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steve Nutt" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, July 10, 2004 11:02 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Nokia 6600


> Hi Frank,
>
> At 11:03 10/07/2004, Frank Haslam spake these words of wisdom
>  >Hi, Listers!
>  >
>  >I'm writing on behalf of a friend whose just bought a Nokia 6600 phone.
>
> you mean you have friends?  <Smile>.  Am I to guess this is Maureen we are
> talking about?
>  >
>  >How can she put the @ (at) sign in her email address?
>
> 1.  Press the star key.  This brings up a list of symbols from which you
> can select.
>
> 2.  Press Down Arrow once to the At sign.
>
> 3.  Press Key 1.
>
> Done.
>  >
>  >Also, can she use initial caps when texting  How??
>
> by default, at the beginning of every sentence, the first letter will
> always be capitalised.  Other than that, if you want to initial cap a word
> in the middle of a sentence, press the hash key, and you will hear
> "Dictionary Off, Upper Case".  Do it again, and you will hear "Dictionary
> Off, Lower Case".  Finally, if you do it in the middle of a word, i.e.,
you
> are not on the first letter of the word, you will hear, as the first
option
> when you press Hash, "Dictionary Off, All Capitals".  This indicates that
> everything you now type up to a space, will be fully capitalised.
>
> Hope this helps.
>
> All the best
>  >Many thanks for your help.
>  >
>  >
>  >
>  >
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