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THE 95LX IS A TWO TIMER

The "Local City" feature in APPT can be quite useful when traveling (press (APPT) (F9) (Watch) World City). As you move across time zones, you can let your home base time serve as an always accessible time anchor. You can continually update the current time as you change time zones.

Keeping the two times up-to-date is simple. The World City represents your home base. When traveling, the Local City is where you currently are. The Local City's time is normally the current time that shows up in your applications.

Setting the time is simple. Set up the Local City first. Move the cursor to Local City: and press (F2) (City). Type the first letters of your local city and the cursor will jump there. If your city doesn't appear, either use a nearby city with the same time zone, or better, press (F8) (Insert) and type in your city's information. Enter the World City in the same way. Both entries should be the same at home.

When you travel, change the Local City. When you change the time zone of the Local City, the HP 95LX asks you whether to change the system date and time for all applications to the new Local City time. Normally you will answer yes. Then, for example, the time that shows up, on the top line of the MEMO screen will reflect the new local time.

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