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FAQ ID: 24196
Last modified: 28-May-08

FAQ: What is UCanTalk?

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UCanTalk is a voice dialing feature of the Fax B140. This feature can be used to dial telephone or fax numbers (up to 15 voice tags can be associated) by stating the caller's name. To use this feature, the number must be programmed as a speed dial with a voice tag assigned to it, the Voice Dial button must be pressed and then the caller's name spoken into the built-in microphone.

Program Speed Dial

  • Press Function.
  • Press the left or right arrow to select TEL REGISTRATION.
  • Press Start/Copy. 1-TOUCH SPD DIAL will appear.
  • Press the left or right arrow to select which speed dial you'd like to setup. For example, 1-TOUCH SPD DIAL or CODED SPEED DIAL and then press Start/Copy.
  • Now, press the left or right arrow to select the number of the speed dialing button you want to program. When programming a Coded Speed Dial, an asterisk will precede the speed dial button. If a number is already registered under the one-touch speed dialing button, the number is displayed on the LCD.
  • Enter the party's number (up to 50 digits) using the numeric buttons.
  • Press Start/Copy to register the number.
  • Enter the party's name (up to 16 letters) using the numeric buttons.
  • Press Start/Copy to register the name. 'Add Voice Tag?' will briefly display.
  • Press * for Yes. 'Speak After Tone' will briefly display
  • At the tone, state the party's name into the microphone. The microphone is located to the left of the display.
  • You will be prompted to state the name again after another tone.
  • After the voice tag has been processed, you can repeat steps 5 through 12 to program additional speed dials.
  • Press Stop after programming all preferred speed dials.

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