HFL Phonebook

You can store up to 50 names with their associated numbers in HFL. The numbers you store can be account numbers or passwords. These numbers can be sent to an automated phone system.

■ To store a phonebook entry
1. Say “Phonebook.”
2. Say “Store” after the prompts.
3. Say a name you want to list as your phonebook entry.
4. Say the number you want to store for the name entry.
5. Follow the HFL prompts and say “Enter” to store the entry.

■ To edit the number stored for a name
1. Say “Phonebook.”
2. Say “Edit” after the prompts.
3. Say a name you want to edit. When asked, say the new number for that name.
4. Follow the HFL prompts and say “Enter” to store the entry.

• Avoid using duplicate name entries.
• Avoid using “home” as a name entry.
• It is easier for HFL to recognize a multisyllabic or longer name. For example, use “Peter” instead of “Pete,” or “John Smith” instead of “John.”

■ To delete a name
1. Say “Phonebook.”
2. Say “Delete” after the prompts.
3. Say a name you want to delete.
4. Say “Yes,” and follow the HFL prompts.

■ To list all names in the phonebook
1. Say “Phonebook.”
2. Say “List” after the prompts.
3. HFL begins reading the names in the order they were stored.
4. When you hear a name you want to call, say “Call.” ■ To store a specific phone number from your cell phone directly to the HFL phonebook *
1. Say “Phonebook.”
2. Say “Receive Contact” after the prompts.
3. Follow the HFL prompts, select a number from your cell phone, and send it to HFL.
- If it is not the number you want to store, say “Discard.”
4. Say the name for that number.
5. Follow the HFL prompts to continue.

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