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5.1.4 Save
The save command saves a document to a disk. To use this option, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" to open the "File" menu and execute the "Save" command by pressing "Enter" on it, or you can press "s (dots 2-3-4)" to quickly jump to and execute it. You can also use the hot key, "Enter-s (dots 2-3-4)" while editing a document.

If the document has not been saved previously, when you execute "Save", "Save as dialog" opens. You can refer to section 5.1.4 for information on how to use the "Save as dialog".

If you execute "Save" after editing an existing document, Braille Sense U2 MINI saves the document with your changes under the same file name without opening a dialog. After saving a document, you are returned to document editing.

When you have several documents open, you can save and close the focused document, by pressing "Space-q (dots 1-2-3-4-5)". The document is saved and closed, and your focus is placed in the previous document in the tab order.


Note:

1) Though you can open PDF and unprotected EPUB files in the Word Processor, they cannot be saved under these file types as editing in these formats is not supported. If you save one of these documents, the "Save as" dialog opens so that you can save in one of the file types supported by the Braille Sense U2 MINI.

2) When saving as "rtf" and "doc", the file formatting is lost as the creation of advanced formatting is not supported in the Braille Sense U2 MINI.
5.1.5 Save As
The "Save As" option is used to save a document under a different file name, in a different location, or as a different file type. To execute this command, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)", and press "Enter" when the "File" menu is displayed. Move to "Save As" by pressing "Space-4". Then, press "Enter". Or, use the hot key, "Space-s (dots 2-3-4)", while editing a document.

If you execute "Save As", the "Save as dialog" is displayed. This dialog is almost the same as the "Open" dialog. It consists of "file list", "File name", "Type" (representing the file format), a "Confirm" button, and a "Cancel" button. When the dialog opens, "File name:" is displayed. You can move among the controls by pressing "tab ("Space-4-5")" or "shift-tab ("Space-1-2")".

If you execute "Save As" when you are editing an existing document, the displayed file name, file format, and the folder are the same as those of the existing file. When executing "Save as", on "PDF" and "EPUB", documents, the formatting is lost as these files are converted to txt format on opening.

If you execute "Save" or "Save As" while in a new document, the displayed default file name is "noname.brl" and the file path is "flashdisk/My Documents/".

To edit the displayed file name, press the cursor routing key at the position you want to edit, and modify it. Or, to create a new file name, simply type in the new file name to overwrite what is currently in the edit box. You cannot use the following characters in a file or folder name. “|, \, <, >, ?, :, *”

To change the file format, navigate to "Type". Move to your desired file format by pressing "Space-1" or "Space-4".

To save a file with a file name that is in the file list, move to the "file list" by pressing "shift-tab".
5.1.6 Saving password Protected Files

The Braille Sense U2 MINI allows you to encrypt and password protect files which you do not wish for anyone else to be able to open, accidentally or otherwise. Before you save a document as a protected file, you must set a password in the “Settings” option under the “File” menu. Press “F2” or “Space-m (dots-1-3-4)” to open the menu, navigate to “settings”, and press “Enter”. Press “tab (F3 or Space-4-5)” twice to move to the “Set Password” button, and press “Enter”.


The “Set Password” dialog consists of 5 items: “Delete the original file” checkbox, “, a “Password?” edit box, a “Retype Password” edit box, a “confirm” button, and a “cancel” button. Move among the items in the dialog by pressing “Tab (F3 or Space-4-5)” and “Shift-Tab (Space-F3 or Space-1-2)”.
The “Delete the original file” checkbox allows you to choose whether, when you save the file as a protected file, the original is deleted. If you wish to delete the original file, press “Space” to check this box. By default, it is unchecked.
Once you have chosen whether to delete the original file, tab to each of the edit boxes for typing the password, and type it using computer Braille. When the password is entered in both edit boxes, Tab to the “Confirm” button and press “Enter” to save your password. The unit announces, “Set password completed” and returns you to the “settings” dialog. If you decide you do not wish to save your password, Tab to “Cancel” and press “Enter” or press “Space-z (dots-1-3-5-6)”.
When you have created and saved a password for the file you wish to protect, access the “Save as” dialog as described in the previous section, and choose “HPF” (HIMS Protected File) as your file type. Your document is encrypted and password protected. The next time you open the document, you are prompted for the password you created. To open the document, type it in and press “Enter”.
Note: When saving protected files, please ensure you make note of the password used to protect them. Use passwords you can remember, and make note when typing them that they are typed correctly. Though it is not impossible, recovering password protected documents is extremely difficult, and your document will need to be sent to HIMS for decryption.

5.1.7 Close Current Document
The "Close Current Document" command allows you to close the currently focused document without closing the Word Processor. You can access the "Close Current Document" command by pressing "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2". Then, press "Enter" on the "File" menu. Use the up and down arrows ("Space-1" and "Space-4") to navigate to "Close Current Document", and press "Enter". Or, you can press "q (dots 1-2-3-4-5)" in the "File" menu. You can also access this function by pressing "Space-q (dots 1-2-3-4-5)" while editing a document. Please note that this function is not available if you only have one document open. You must have at least two or more documents open To execute the "Close Current Document" command.
5.1.8 Print
The "Print" command is used to print or emboss the current document. To execute this command, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on the "File" menu. Then, move to "Print" by pressing "Space-4", and press "Enter", or just press "p (dots 1-2-3-4)". While editing a document, the hot key for printing is "Space-p (dots 1-2-3-4)". There are two lower level dialogs for the "Print" option. One is for printing with an ink printer, and the other is for embossing in Braille. Remember that you can move between the menu items by using "Space-1" or "Space-4".

1. Embossing in Braille

Open the document that you want to emboss. Press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" to activate the menu. Locate "print" in the "File" menu and select "Embosser", or press "b (dots 1-2)". When you select "Embosser (b)" above, the "Embosser dialog" is opened and contains the following items:
1) Start page number

This is the first page number to be embossed. The default page number is set to 1. You can change the value of the page number, by typing in a new value. Press "Space-4" to move to "End page number"


2) End page number

This is the last page number to be embossed. The default value is set to 100000. This means the document is embossed to the end of the document, unless the document exceeds 100000 pages. To change the value, input the number of the end page. Use "Space-4" to move the "Number of copies").


3) Number of copies

This option designates the number of copies to be embossed. The default value is set to 1. You can change this number by typing your desired number of copies. Press "Space-4" to navigate to "Set Braille format".


4) Set Braille format

In this option, you can set whether or not the Braille document layout settings specified in Braille Sense U2 MINI are used when embossing. If you set this to "Yes", the document is embossed using the Braille document layout settings in Braille Sense U2 MINI. If you set it to "No", the document is embossed in the format specified in the original document.


5) Confirm / Cancel

To begin embossing the document, move to "Confirm" by pressing "tab ("Space-4-5")", and press "Enter". Or, to cancel embossing, move to "Cancel" by pressing "tab ("Space-4-5")", and press "Enter".


When "Enter" is pressed on "Confirm", "Print: Yes" is displayed. Press "Enter" on "Yes", and embossing commences. If you do not want to emboss, press "Space" to select "No", and press "Enter". You can also choose to create an electronic Braille file of the document according to the embossing preferences. To do this, press "Space" once more to select "Save as file", press"Enter", and the current document is saved as a "brl" file. If you've chosen to emboss, and there are problems with the Braille printer, the Braille Sense U2 MINI shows an error message and returns to the open document.
2. Print Text

This option is used when you want to print a document on an ink printer. To do so, open the document to be printed and press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on the "File" menu. Move to "Print" by pressing "Space-4" repeatedly, and press "Enter". Or just press "p (dots 1-2-3-4)" from the "File" menu. The dialog for the "Printer" is almost the same as for the "Embosser". After you input the values as in the embosser dialog, press "tab ("Space-4-5") and press "Enter" on "Confirm". "Print: Yes" is displayed. If "Enter" is pressed, printing commences. If you press "Space" to move to "No", and press "Enter", printing is canceled, and the Braille Sense U2 MINI returns you to the open document.


Note that the Braille Sense U2 MINI is compatible with all HP printers (level PCL 3 or higher), and with HP-compatible printers. And Epson printers using the ESC/People-R library to the compatible printers.

5.1.9 Settings
To change your Word Processor preferences, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "File". Move to "Settings (e)" by pressing "Space-4" repeatedly, and press "Enter" or just press "e (dots 1-5)" from the "File" menu. While editing a document, pressing "Enter-e (dots 1-5)" opens the "Settings" dialog.

The "Settings" dialog contains the following: the "settings" list, "Default folder" button, “Set password” button, "Confirm" button and a "Cancel" button. You can move among the controls by pressing "tab ("Space-4-5")" or "shift-tab ("Space-1-2")". And you can move among the items in the settings list by pressing "Space-1" or "Space-4".

The following are the settings that can be changed:
1. View format character (Yes/No): If this option is set to "Yes", all of the format characters are displayed. Use "Space" to toggle this option. Formatted characters are marked as "carriage return ($p)", and the "mark indicator ($pl)".

Advanced formatting is indicated by the following characters:


Font properties:

$sf $ef → Start/End font

$n → Font Name (ex: $nAr → Arial, $nTNR → Times New Roman, $nWi → $Wingdings)

$s → Font Size

$c → Font Color

$sb $eb → Start/End bold

$si $ei → Start/End italic

$su $eu → Start/End underline


Table formatting:

$stb $etb → Start/End table

$str $etr → Start/End table row

$std $etd → Start/End table cell

$w → Table width

$h → Table height

$cp → Table cell padding

$cd → Table cell spacing

$vt → Table align top

$vm → Table align middle

$vb → Table align bottom
Style properties:

$ml → Margin left

$mr → Margin right

$ti → Text indent

$mt → Margin top

$mb → Margin bottom

$lh → Line Height

$c → Align Center

$j → Align Justify

$r → Align Right

$l → Align Left
Miscalaneous:

$sl $el → Start/End Hyper link.

$pg → Page Break

$le → Language English

$ls → Language Spanish

$lf → Language French

$lg → Language German

$li → Language Italic

2. Reading unit (Line/Paragraph/sentence): Defines the unit of movement when pressing "Space-1" or "Space-4" while reading a document. If this option is set to "Line", "Space-1" moves up line by line. If this option is set to "Paragraph", "Space-1" moves backward in a document paragraph by paragraph. If it is set to “sentence” Space-1 and Space-4 navigate by sentence. To cycle between "Line", “Sentence” and "Paragraph", press "Space".

3. Read only (Yes/No): If this option is set to "Yes", the document cannot be modified. This setting is used to protect the document from any unintentional modifications. To change it to "No", press "Space".

4. Reading mode (Original/Compressed): This option sets the reading mode. Original reading mode shows the document in its original format.

In "Compressed" reading mode, The Braille Sense U2 MINI displays document content on the Braille display continuously without regard to formatting such as carriage returns ($p). To toggle between "Original" and "Compressed" reading modes, press "Space".

5. Auto scroll speed (1~35): This option sets the duration of displaying one Braille display length while you are auto scrolling in a document. Thirty-five is the fastest scrolling speed. Pressing "Space" increases the scroll speed and "Backspace" decreases it.

6. Automatic save interval (Don't save automatically, 10~60): This option defines the automatic save time interval for the file that is currently being edited. The setting time can be increased or decreased by 10 minutes if you press "Space" or "Backspace" respectively. If you do not wish for the document to be saved automatically, choose "Don't save automatically".

7. Apply settings to all documents (Yes/No): This option allows you to apply the current settings to all documents. If "Yes" is selected, the settings apply to all documents, if "No" is selected, the settings affect only the document currently being edited. To toggle between "Yes" and "No", press "Space".

8. Support Formatting Documents: (Yes/no). This setting allows you to choose whether or not to process document formatting when loading documents that contain advanced formatting features such as Microsoft Word documents. Press “Space to toggle between “Yes” and “No”.

9. The Word View Display option allows you to choose whether to show text documents in full display view. Full display view allows a sighted teacher or assistant to view what is on the notetaker using a PGA monitor. The focused line of text is shown at the top, followed by a full screen of text below. Use "Space" to toggle "Word View Display" on and off. Or, you can use "Backspace-Enter-M (dots-1-3-4)" to toggle Word Display View on/off directly within a document. Use the following keystrokes to navigate the full screen view:

Read the current line on the visual screen: F1-Space-Dots-1-5-6.

Move to the first line on the visual screen: F1-Space-Dots-1-3

Move to the last line on the visual screen: F1-Space-Dots-4-6

Move to the previous line on the visual screen: F1-Space-Dot-1 arrow)

Move to the next line on the visual screen: F1-Space-Dot-4 arrow)

Change the position of the current cursor line to the first line on the visual screen: Backspace-Space-Dots-1-2-6 or Backspace-F1-F2

Set the highlight color of the current line on the visual screen. (Options are yellow and black): Backspace-U

To change the default save-to folder, move to the "Default folder" button by pressing "tab (Space-dots 4-5)" and press "Enter". You are placed in the "file list". Navigate to the folder or disk you want using normal navigation keys, press "Space" on the folder you wish to select, and press "Enter".
To set a password for your currently open file, move to the “Set password” button using “Tab (F3” or “Space-4-5)”, and press “Enter”. Set your password as described in section 5.1.5, “Saving protected Files”.
When you are finished setting your preferences, move to the "Confirm" button by pressing "tab (Space-dots 4-5)" and press "Enter". If you do not want to save the settings, press "Enter" on the "Cancel" button. Activating the "confirm" or "Cancel" buttons performs the operation and returns you to the document you are currently editing.
5.1.10 Exit
This command closes the Word Processor. To execute this command, select "Exit" from the file menu, or press "Space-z (dots 1-3-5-6)". If you have edited the document and have not saved the changes, when you select "Exit", you are prompted to save the current document. You can select "Yes" or "No" with the spacebar and press "Enter" to exit the Word Processor.
5.2 Edit Menu
On the Braille Sense U2 MINI, you can edit all files regardless of what the view/input grade is set to. The "Edit" menu contains the following items: "Start Selection", "Copy", "Cut", "Paste", "Delete", "Delete Blank Lines", "Add To clipboard", "Clear Clipboard", "Select All", "Insert From File", "Insert Date", "Toggle Insert/Overwrite Mode", and "Check Spelling". To open the menu, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "Edit". Or, you can press "e (dots 1-5)" from the menu.
5.2.1 Start Selection
The "Start Selection" command allows you to select a certain portion of text that you would like to edit. When you use the "Start Selection" command, the cursor appears as blinking "dots 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8" to indicate what text is being selected. When text is selected, you can make changes to only the selected text, without affecting the text in the rest of the document. This command is especially useful for copying, cutting, and pasting.

To select text in a document, place your cursor on the location at which you want to start selecting text. Press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2" to open the "Edit" menu, and press "Enter" on "Start Selection", or you can press "b ("dots1-2")" in the "Edit" menu to get to this option. While editing a document, pressing "Enter-b (dots 1-2)" activates this command.

The end point of the selected text is determined by the location at which you place the cursor after setting the start point. For example, if you have typed the word, "mother" in a document, and you want to select the word "mother", place the cursor on the letter m, activate the "Start selection command", and place the cursor directly after the letter rather. The word "mother" is selected.
5.2.2 Copy
After selecting text in a document, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2" to open the menu, and move to "Edit" by pressing "Space-4". Press "Enter" to open the "Edit" menu. Press "Space-4" to move to "Copy" and press "Enter", or press "c (dots 1-4)" from the "Edit" menu. While editing a document, pressing "Enter-c (dots 1-4)" activates this command.

When you copy the selected text, it is copied to the clipboard. The clipboard is the virtual space that is used for storing copied data temporarily. If you copy new text to the clipboard, the data in the clipboard that you copied previously is erased, and is replaced by the current text selection.


5.2.3 Cut
To cut a selection of text, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "Edit". Move to "Cut" by pressing "Space-4" repeatedly, and press "Enter", or press "x (dots 1-3-4-6)" from the "Edit" menu. While editing a document, pressing "Enter-x (dots 1-3-4-6)" activates the "Cut" command.

The difference between "Cut" and "Copy" is that if you execute the "Cut" command, the selected text is moved to the clipboard and the selection is removed from the document. The "Copy" command simply copies the selection to the clipboard, and the selected text remains in the document.


5.2.4 Paste
To paste selected text to the clipboard, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "Edit". Move to "Paste" by pressing "Space-4" repeatedly and press "Enter", or press "v (dots 1-2-3-6)" from the "Edit" menu. While editing a document, press "Enter-v (dots 1-2-3-6)" to paste the text from the clipboard to your current cursor location.
5.2.5 Delete
To delete selected text, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "Edit". Move to "Delete" by pressing "Space-4" repeatedly, and press "Enter", or press "d (dots 1-4-5)" from the "Edit" menu. While editing a document, you can press "Space-d (dots 1-4-5)" to delete selected text.
5.2.6 Delete Blank Lines
To delete blank lines, you must select the area of the document from which you want the blank lines to be deleted. Once done, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "Edit". Move to "Delete blank lines" using "Space-1" or "Space-4" and press "Enter", or press "l (dots 1-2-3)" from the "Edit" menu. To delete empty lines while editing a document, press "Backspace-e (dots 1-5)".
5.2.7 Add to Clipboard
To add selected text to the clipboard, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "Edit". Move to "Add To Clipboard" by pressing "Space-4", and press "Enter", or press "p (dots 1-2-3-4)". While editing a document, pressing "Enter-p (dots 1-2-3-4)" activates this command.

"Add To Clipboard" is almost the same as the "Copy" command. However, while the "Copy" command replaces the text copied previously with the newly selected text, the "Add To Clipboard" command does not erase the previously copied data, but appends the newly selected text to the clipboard.


5.2.8 Clear Clipboard
To clear the clipboard, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "Edit". Move to "Clear Clipboard" by pressing "Space-4" repeatedly, and press "Enter". Or, you can press "e (dots 1-5)" from the "Edit" menu. Executing the "Clear Clipboard" command erases everything on the clipboard. While editing a document, you can press "Enter-d (dots 1-4-5)" to activate this command.
5.2.9 Select All
The "Select All" command selects all text in a document. To activate this command, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "Edit". Move to "Select All" by pressing "Space-4" repeatedly, and press "Enter", or press "a (dot 1)" from the "Edit" menu. While editing a document, press "Enter-a (dot 1)" to activate this function.
5.2.10 Insert from File
This command inserts another file in the document you are currently editing. To execute this command, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on the "Edit" menu. Move to "Insert from File" by pressing "Space-4" repeatedly and press "Enter", or press "I (dots 2-4)" from the "Edit" menu. While editing a document, pressing "Enter-i (dots 2-4)" activates this function.

When you use this option, an insert dialog is displayed similar to the "Open" dialog. Select file you want to insert, and press "Enter". The selected file is inserted at the beginning of the paragraph on which your cursor is located.

When you execute "Insert from File", if the format of the inserted file differs from your current document, the text inserted from the file is converted to the file format of the current document. For example, if you insert "sample.txt" in "sample.brf" and save it, the saved file is "sample.brf".

Note: If you insert a Braille file in to a text file, the Braille document is back-translated to text. Though the inserted text appears normally in grade 2, on rare occasions you might see differences in the back-translated text.


5.2.11 Insert Date
To insert the date into your document, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or "F2", and press "Enter" on "Edit". Move to "Insert Date" by pressing "Space-4" repeatedly and press "Enter", or press "w (dots 2-4-5-6)" from the "Edit" menu. The current date and time "is inserted at your current cursor location. While editing a document, press "Enter-w (dots 2-4-5-6)" to activate this command.
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