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3m mp220 user manual

All Rights Reserved. There are no user-serviceable parts other than the battery. Service to be performed only by a 3M authorized service provider using 3M approved system components. All Rights Reserved. It is perfect for presenting to small groups.All Rights Reserved. Remote control sold separately.Attach a USB computer mouse, or keyboard. Access files on USB memory stick. There are four outlet adapters to give you the flexibility to power the 3M MP220 in most countries. When the power adapter is first shipped, it is fitted with a blank outlet adapter. This must be removed before installing an outlet adapter. When the projector is shipped, there is a protective film between the battery and the battery contacts on the projector.Place the battery into the battery compartment. Slide the battery cover on.When the battery needs to be charged, the status indicator LED starts flashing red. The battery should be fully charged before using the 3M MP220 projector. Refer to the chart for associated dimensions. Image Size Diagonal. Switch the modes using the Search Button: Press and hold the Search button and the “Touch Sensor Mode switch” dialog will appear.Setting your Locale To set the locale, click Locale. This chooses the language that the projector's interface and menus display. The following screen will appear.Once finished, click Set.All Rights Reserved. Below is a list and their descriptions. All Rights Reserved. Customize the Wallpaper From the Home screen, press the Menu key. Select Wallpaper from the options. Browse to the location of the image you wish to use as wallpaper.The Rename dialog will appear. Select the text entry box to display the onscreen keyboard.The table below shows you how each setting affects the icons on the Home screen. All Rights Reserved. Select OK when the Restore Defaults dialog appears. About 3M Launcher This opens the About 3M Launcher screen which displays the software version and copyright information.

App Launcher The App Launcher is located at the bottom-center of the Home screen. When opened, the App Launcher screen opens and displays all of the applications installed on the projector. Clearing Notifications This will clear all inactive notifications.Press and hold the Touch Sensor until the text is no longer underlined.A context menu will display the accented or alternate letter available.You will see the new language coming from the left or the right.Note: The remote control cannot be used for some operations such as typing on the onscreen keyboard. When you select an item from the list of results, it is saved as a shortcut.A window will appear showing all recently used applications.You can put files on the 3M MP220 projector using a USB connection, or you can transfer files to a microSD card prior to inserting it into the MP220. See Ejecting the microSD Card for instructions. Ejecting the microSD Card Open the microSD slot door. Push the microSD card into the microSD slot until it “clicks”.You can connect the MP220 projector to a computer and the computer can open both the MP220 internal memory and microSD card like a disk drive. Mute Audio You can mute the audio using Mute in the options menu. Muting the Audio: Press Menu and then select Mute.All Rights Reserved. If no devices or input cables are connected to the projector, the Home screen will display. The 3M MP220 was designed to operate with 3M VGA and AV cables only. This cable sends a higher quality video signal for the best possible image. Connect the component AV cable to the projector’s VGA-AV input. Use the VGA-audio cable to connect the projector to home screen computers, laptop computers, ultra-portable computers and some personal digital assistants (PDAs). All Rights Reserved. Select the photo you want to view. All Rights Reserved. Place a checkmark on the albums you want details about. Select More and a menu appears.You can view, edit, or delete these pictures.

Viewing and Browsing Pictures Open Gallery. All Rights Reserved. All Rights Reserved. You can only crop using Mouse Mode. Press the Touch Sensor on a picture to open the controls.Delete a Picture You can delete a picture from the projector’s internal memory or the SD card.You can view your music files sorted either by Artist, Albums, Songs, or in Playlist.Select Delete and then select OK in the delete confirmation dialog. Playing Music The MP220 has built-in speakers and headphone jack for listening to music.All Rights Reserved. Press and hold the Touch Sensor and the song dialog will appear.List of videos This screen shows all of the folders or directory where video files are located. When the play controls disappear, you can press the Touch Sensor to display them again. All Rights Reserved. All Rights Reserved. After the music begins, return to the Clock by pressing the Back button, pressing and holding the Home button and then selecting Clock.Therefore, you cannot register or upgrade Documents To Go. When you come to the registration screen, select Later. Only Remember Last Location is supported under Advanced Options.Choose Select. Click Delete. When the Delete confirmation dialog appears, click Yes.Click Select and then click Delete.Starring makes it quick and easy to access files no matter where they are located. You can also unstar files. Starring a File Select the file you want to star.The file opens. Trackball Mode: Highlight the file you want open and press the Touch Sensor.File formats may be distinguished based on the file extension and icon for that file in Documents To Go: Example: Word 2007-2008 (top) vs. All Rights Reserved. Choose the zoom level. 100% is the default. Changing the Zoom Level for an Individual Graphic Place the cursor before the graphic.Press the Back button to return to the document. Move the cursor next to the graphic you want to zoom.Select View and then Go.All Rights Reserved.

Open the onscreen keyboard by pressing the Touch Sensor. Press the Enter button on the onscreen keyboard.Exiting a Table Edit Mouse Mode: Position the pointer outside the cell. Press the Touch Sensor to exit.Viewing and Editing Comments You can view and edit the comments in a document. Each comment is preceded by the author’s initials and a number. The Comments pane opens below the document.When you select an.xls or.xlsx file, Sheet To Go opens and displays the spreadsheet. All Rights Reserved. Press the Touch Sensor.The context menu will appear. Select the furthest-diagonal cell from the initially selected cell and the selected area will be grayed out.Move the cursor up or down on the page. Using Freeze Panes Select the cell where you want the freeze pane to appear above and to the left Press the Menu Button.Choose Selection Mode and select a cell on the opposite side of the hidden row or column.Accept the new row height by pressing the Touch Sensor.Press the Menu Button. Select More. Select Column Width and a gray bar will appear below the row.After you press the Menu button and select More, select Columns.Deleting Rows and Columns Move the selector to a cell that is the row or column you want to delete. Press the Menu Button.Select View. Select Find and the Find dialog appears.Modify using the context menu: Place the mouse pointer over the cell. Press and hold the Touch Sensor. The context menu will appear.Select Edit and then Edit Cell. Use the onscreen keyboard to modify the content of the cell. Press Back to exit the onscreen keyboard.Press the Menu button. Select View. Select Cell Contents. The Cell Contents dialog will appear.The context menu appears. Choose Selection Mode. Move the selector to grow or shrink the selection area.Copy and Paste Select a cell or range. An Options menu will appear.Inserting Functions and AutoSum Select the cell where you want the results of the function or autosum to appear. Press Menu and select Insert.

Select Function or Autosum.The context menu appears. Select Selection Mode. Move the selector to grow or shrink the selection area.Preferences allow you to perform location formatting.When you select a.ppt or.pptx file, Slideshow To Go opens and displays the slideshow in slide view. All Rights Reserved. Select Previous Slide. Trackball Mode: Move your finger across the Touch Sensor from right to left. All Rights Reserved. Select View. Select Go To Slide and a list of the slide headings will appear. All Rights Reserved. Press the Touch Sensor and the onscreen keyboard will appear. Use the onscreen keyboard to enter search text and click Find.Press and hold the Touch Sensor and then a list will appear.Press the Menu button.Changing the Page Zoom Level Open the Zoom dialog by pressing the Menu button.Select Rotate. Select Rotate left, Rotate Right, or Rotate 180. The entire PDF document will rotate in the direction you chose.When you click on the Fun Pack icon, the main menu appears.Picture Guessing Game Click the Picture Guessing Game icon.Up! dialog appears. Click Next to continue to the next picture.You can also select None.When the MP220 is turned on for the first time, Brightness is set to Minimum. The image brightness increases by 30%, when you change Brightness from Minimum to Maximum. The 24-hour time format displays the time, such as 1:00 pm, as 13:00.This same serial number is located on a label beneath the battery. Optical Engine Serial Number This is the serial number for the installed optical engine.If the product is repaired, 3M will repair the defective part(s) with a new or used part(s). If the 3M product is replaced, 3M will replace the 3M product with the same or equivalent model and with a new or refurbished 3M product. Exchange or replacement products or parts assume the remaining warranty period of the product covered by this limited warranty. Used under license in Canada.

Microsoft, Windows, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States or other countries. An independent license for such use is required. All Rights Reserved. Ask your question here. Provide a clear and comprehensive description of the issue and your question. The more detail you provide for your issue and question, the easier it will be for other 3M MP220 owners to properly answer your question. Ask a question About the 3M MP220 This manual comes under the category Video projectors and has been rated by 1 people with an average of a 6.5. This manual is available in the following languages: English. Do you have a question about the 3M MP220 or do you need help. Ask your question here 3M MP220 specifications Brand ManualSearcher.com ensures that you will find the manual you are looking for in no time. Our database contains more than 1 million PDF manuals from more than 10,000 brands. Every day we add the latest manuals so that you will always find the product you are looking for. It's very simple: just type the brand name and the type of product in the search bar and you can instantly view the manual of your choice online for free. ManualSearcher. com If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Read more Ok. Before using this product, you must evaluate it and determine if it is suitable for your intended application. You assume all risks and liability associated with such use. Retain these instructions for future reference. Use only 3M approved replacement components.There are no user-serviceable parts other than the battery. Service to be performed only by a 3M authorized service provider using 3M approved system components.To reduce the risks associated with choking: t Keep AV adapters and other small parts away from young children. To reduce the risk associated with ?

re and explosion, battery leakage or overheating: t Do not immerse the battery in water or allow it to get wet.To reduce the risk associated with environmental contamination: t Dispose of all system components in accordance with applicable government regulations. To reduce the risks associated with LED bright light: t Do not stare directly into the projector lens.For optimum performance, please follow the operating instructions carefully. It is perfect for presenting to small groups. Remote control sold separately. Attach a USB computer mouse, or keyboard. There are four outlet adapters to give you the ?exibility to power the 3M MP220 in most countries. When the power adapter is ?rst shipped, it is ?tted with a blank outlet adapter. This must be removed before installing an outlet adapter. When the projector is shipped, there is a protective ?lm between the battery and the battery contacts on the projector. Battery Maintenance Tips: t Remove the battery when the projector will not be used for one week or longer.When the battery needs to be charged, the status indicator LED starts ?ashing red. The battery should be fully charged before using the 3M MP220 projector. Charge the battery: 1 Turn the projector power off. 2 Connect the power adapter to the projector’s DC input. 3 Connect the other end of the power adapter to the electrical outlet. When you turn on the projector, it is ready to use in 30 seconds. While the projector is on, you can turn the projector’s lamp on or off using the power button. The projector's lamp turns on and off in only a second. You can turn on the projector's lamp by pressing any button on the projector. Turning the Projector On Press the power button. Note that the projector might take 30 seconds or more to power on. Status Indicator Light Solid amber Solid Green Slow ?ashing green Flashes red twice Flashes amber Flashes red Meaning Projector is charging Projector is on The projector is on but the projector's lamp is off.

The projector cannot charge the battery Projector has overheated The battery power is low. Display Volume Level: Press the volume up or down button to display the volume slider. Increase or Decrease Volume: Press the volume up button to increase the audio volume or press the volume down button to decrease the audio volume. The Search app will open. Switching Touch Sensor Mode: Press and hold the Search button until the Touch Sensor Mode switch dialog appears. Press the OK button if you want to switch the mode. See the Touch Sensor Sections for more information. Touch Sensor The Touch Sensor is located in the center of the navigation pad and moves the mouse pointer, selector or cursor on the screen. An options menu will appear. Select “Settings” and the Setting Screen will appear. Select Touch Sensor and put a check mark beside Mouse if you want to use mouse mode or uncheck if you want to use trackball mode. Mouse Mode Mouse Mode uses a pointer to select items on the screen and navigate the screens and menus. Trackball Mode Trackball Mode highlights selected items on the screen and the focus of the screen follows the highlighter. Move your ?nger across the Touch Sensor to select items on the screen. Setting your Locale To set the locale, click Locale. This chooses the language that the projector's interface and menus display. The following screen will appear. Click on your locale. If your locale does not appear on the screen, you may have to scroll down. To change from AM to PM, click on AM. To return to the Home screen, press the Home key on the navigation panel. The Home screen displays t application icons, t widgets, and t shortcuts You can customize the Home screen display: t by changing the wallpaper (or background) and tab names, or t by adding shortcuts or widget to a tab. To learn more about customizing the Home screen, please see “Customizing the Home Screen” on page 32. The Status bar is at the top of the Home screen.

Status Bar The status bar shows the time, battery status, brightness level and system noti?cations. It appears at the top of every screen. Here is a list of icons you may see. Select Shortcuts or Widget from the Add to Home screen dialog. Select the application or widget you wish to add.Choose Add from the options menu. Select Shortcuts or Widgets. Choose the shortcut or widget you wish to add.Launcher Settings The Launcher Settings is where you customize the appearance of the Home Screen items and tabs. Set the Tab that is highlighted by default: 1 Press the Home button. 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Select Launcher Settings. 4 Select Tab Settings and then Default Tab. 5 Place a checkmark beside the tabs you want to appear on the Home screen. If the Home Screen stops responding, Restart Launcher will close and then reopen the Home Screen. When you restart the Launcher, it does not affect the Home Screen appearance settings. 1 Press the Home button. 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Select Restart Launcher. Press the Menu Button to view menu. Some screens may not have a menu such the Settings screens. Opening an options menu: When viewing a screen or application, press the Menu button. The options menu will appear at the bottom of the screen. Close an option menu: While the options menu is open, press Menu and the options menu will close. All active noti?cations will remain. Closing Noti?cations Press the Back button Onscreen Keyboard You can enter text using the onscreen keyboard. Some applications open the keyboard automatically (such as the Search app), but others require you to select a text ?eld. When the keyboard opens, the Touch Sensor automatically switches to Mouse mode. When you exit the keyboard, the Touch Sensor will return to its previous mode. The bold, orange word will be entered when you type a space or punctuation mark. 2 Select one of the suggestions and the underlined word in the text ?eld will be replaced by it.

3 When you press the spacebar, the suggestion bar will offer some common punctuation marks. Entering New Words into the Dictionary The onscreen keyboard makes suggestions based on words stored in the dictionary. Press the Alt key to display addition symbols. Entering Accented and Alternate Letters Move the mouse pointer over the letter and press and hold the Touch Sensor. Shortcut for Entering Commonly Used Punctuation and Symbols Press and hold the “.” period key and a context menu displays with other punctuation marks and symbols. Select one and it will be entered into the text ?eld. Changing the Keyboard Language You can change the keyboard language using the spacebar. Remove the ?lm as shown below. Using the Remote When using the remote control, point the remote control's infrared transmitter at the receiver on the projector. The receiver is beside volume up button. Note: Sun light and some indoor lighting may reduce the range of the remote control. At the bottom of the text entry box, a list of folders with the ?les that match, ?les that match and applications with names that match will appear. The search button opens the Search app and then you can enter search text. Select the ?le or application you wish to open. Clearing Shortcuts: Select Clear Shortcuts and a dialog will appear. Select OK. Opening and Switching Applications The App Launcher contains all of the installed applications. You can open the App Launcher from the Home screen by selecting the App Launcher at the bottom center of the screen. The following sections cover transferring ?les using a microSD card or a USB connection. Note: The projector cannot transfer ?les from the microSD card to the projector’s internal memory. The microSD card is installed and the system preparing it for use. The system is scanning the microSD card for media ?les. The microSD card was unexpectedly removed. The microSD card Remove SD card please insert a new one.

Removing the microSD Card Before removing the microSD card, the projector must be told to unmount the card. You can connect the MP220 projector to a computer and the computer can open both the MP220 internal memory and microSD card like a disk drive. Types of devices that may transfer data to the projector: t Computers t Netbooks t Tablets Troubleshooting: If your computer is running Microsoft Windows, the USB Flash drive may not be available on your computer’s Windows Explorer. Eject both removable drives on your computer operating system, as follows: Eject a drive on computers running Microsoft Windows: Open Windows Explorer, right-click the drive, and click Eject from the context menu. When you connect a video cable into this port, the application will recognize it and open. Once open, the application will either display the video or VGA image or a status message. Blanking the Image: Press Menu and then select Blank. A blue screen will appear. Resume the Image: Press Menu and then select Resume. To capture an image: Press Menu and then select Capture. Some older videos have noise along the edges of the image. You use edge cropping to hide that noise. Display Scaling Scales the image to ?t width, height, or both. Display scaling even displays the native resolutions. Making Connections The 3M MP220 projector will display informational icons depending on the input device and signal being detected. If no devices or input cables are connected to the projector, the Home screen will display. The AV cable allows you to connect your video device to your TV monitor or your projector and may be purchased from the video device manufacturer. Once you have the AV cable, use the cable adapters to connect the video device cable and the projector cable. One is for the right audio channel and the other is for the Pr component video signal. Be careful to connect the red audio to red audio and red video to red video.

If these connectors are switched, the projected image will appear green and an abnormal noise will come from the right speaker. If you want to view a list of videos or play a video you need to use Video Player. The screen will display pictures in a chronological ordered grid. The pictures are sorted by date in both views. Stack View Grid View Switching between Grid and Stack views: 1 Select an Album. 2 Move the mouse pointer to the Album View switch. 3 Press the Touch Sensor. 4 Move the switch to change the view to either grid or stacks view. You can view, edit, or delete these pictures. Select One of the Controls or Its Menus t Mouse mode: Mover the mouse pointer over the control and press the Touch Sensor.Place a checkmark on each picture you wish to work with.Note: You can press the Touch Sensor again to deselect (uncheck) the picture. Panning a Zoomed Picture t Mouse Mode: Once you zoomed in a picture, press and swipe your ?nger from across the Touch Sensor you want to pan the picture. The cropping rectangle appears on top of the picture.Move your ?nger on the Touch Sensor to move the cropped area.Move your ?nger to the right and left to change the size of the cropped area. Transferring Music Libraries Music utilizes the same ?le and folder structure as many media player applications for your computer. In most cases, you should be able to copy your song libraries and playlist onto the projector’s memory or SD card.Note: When Music opens, it catalogs your audio ?les. The more audio ?les; the longer it will take MUSIC to open. Most of the time, Music will open within a few seconds. Delete a song while in the library screen: t Mouse Mode: Move the mouse pointer over the song. Press and hold the Touch Sensor and the album context menu will appear. You can leave the Playback screen without affecting the song playback by pressing the Home button or Back button. Return to the Playback Screen Using Mouse and Trackball Mode 1 Press the Home button.

2 Press the Menu button. 3 Select noti?cations. 4 Select the song and the Playback screen will open. Select Party Shuf?e and Party Shuf?e will turn on or off. Viewing the current Party Shuf?e playlist: In the Playback screen, select Now Playing button and the Now Playing screen will appear. Select Add to Playlist. Repeat these steps to add additional songs to the playlist.Press and hold the Touch Sensor and the album dialog will appear. Repeat these steps to add additional songs to the playlist. 2 When you are ?nished adding songs, select New from the Add to Playlist context menu. Press and hold the Touch Sensor and the song context menu will appear. Select Rename or Delete.Press and hold the Touch Sensor and the song dialog will appear. You can control the video playback and repeat a video. When you open Video Player, Video Player searches for supported video ?les and displays them in a list. The Video Player supports the following ?le extensions, video and audio codecs and resolutions. Press again to rewind even faster, up to 64 times normal speed. Fast forward - Press to fast forward within the current track. Press again to fast forward even faster, up to 64 times normal speed. After a few minutes the Clock screen will go into screen-saver mode. Select the Dim button again to return to normal brightness. Note: Dimming the Clock screen does not reduce the amount of power used by the projector. In turn, it does not save battery power. Playing a Slideshow You can replace the Clock screen with a photo slideshow from your Gallery albums. Start the slideshow: Select the Photo Slideshow button and the slideshow will begin. Opening Alarms t Select Alarm button at the bottom of the clock screen. This version allows you to view, edit and save ?les. Registering Documents To Go and Upgrading to the Full Version The MP220 does not have a network connection such as Wi-Fi or mobile network. Therefore, you cannot register or upgrade Documents To Go.

Locating a Document, Workbook, or Slideshow File 1 From the Documents to Go Home screen, select Local Files. A list of ?les and folder appears. 2 Select the folder that contains the ?le you are looking for. 3 t Mouse Mode: Select the folder by pressing the Touch Sensor. Click Select and then click Delete. Delete One or More Files or Folders 1 Choose Select. 2 Place checkmarks next to each ?le or folder you want to delete.Press the Touch Sensor to place a check next to the ?le or folder name. t Trackball Mode: Highlight the ?le or folder you want to delete. Move your ?nger from left to right across the Touch Sensor. The star is highlighted.The star is highlighted.Remember Last Location brings you back to the last ?le location you were in when you last closed Documents To Go.Press Touch Sensor to bring the graphic into the zoom state screen.The graphic appears in the zoom state screen. For Mouse Mode only, use the plus and minus signs to increase or decrease the size of the graphic. Scrolling Up or Down a Page t Mouse Mode: Press the Touch Sensor down and drag your ?nger across the button to scroll. Move the button quickly. Tap the button on the screen to stop the scrolling.Table of Contents Object not supported Basic Editing You can select text or objects, such as graphics, and cut or copy the selections. You can then paste the selection into another section of the document or another document. Selecting Text or Objects for Copy, Cut or Paste 1 Place the cursor where you want to begin or end the selection. 2 Enable Selection mode or Select All by pressing Menu. Finding Text in a Document You can search your document for a word or sentence using the Find function. 1 Press Menu. 2 Select View. 3 Select Find. 4 Type the text you want to ?nd using the onscreen keyboard. Open the onscreen keyboard by pressing the Touch Sensor. For example, if you type “boat” and do not select Whole Words Only, Find What will ?nd “boat”, “boathouse” and “sailboat”.

Note: Replace and Replace All is not a supported feature in the standard version. The cell is highlighted.Editing a Table Mouse Mode: 1 Press and hold the Menu button until the onscreen keyboard appears. 2 Make your changes using the onscreen keyboard. 3 When you are ?nished making changes, press Done. Trackball Mode: 1 Press the Touch Sensor to enter the cell. 2 Press again to open the onscreen keyboard. Viewing and Editing Comments You can view and edit the comments in a document. Each comment is preceded by the author’s initials and a number. The author’s initials are the highlighted characters within brackets. Opening the Comments Pane 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Select View and then Comments. The Comments pane will open. The Comments pane opens below the document. Closing the Comments Pane Press the Back Button. For this version, preferences provide a way to ?t the table to the screen width. Opening and Saving Workbooks You can perform many ?le functions within Sheet To Go. Going to a Cell, Home or End Position of a Spreadsheet 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Select Go. 3 Select To Cell, Home, or End. Scrolling Up or Down the Spreadsheet Mouse Mode: In one motion, press and swipe your ?nger across the Touch Sensor in the direction you want to scroll the page. Tap the Touch Sensor to stop the page from scrolling further. Trackball Mode: Move your ?nger across the Touch Sensor. Move the cursor up or down on the page. Hiding Rows or Columns 1 Move the selector to a cell in the row or column you want to hide. 2 Press the Menu Button. 3 Select More. 4 Select Row or Column and a context menu will appear. 5 Select Hide Row or Hide Column. Unhiding Rows or Columns 1 Move the selector to a cell next to the hide row or column and press and hold the Touch Sensor. Changing Height of Rows 1 Move the selector to a cell in the row you want to change the height of. 2 Press the Menu Button. 3 Select More. 4 Select Row Height and a gray bar will appear below the row.