BlackBerry For Dummies, 3rd Edition by Robert Kao, Dante Sarigumba

By Robert Kao, Dante Sarigumba

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When you scroll with your trackball, you can navigate the display screen in four directions. In a text-filled screen such as the body of an e-mail, you can usually navigate through the text in four directions. Depending on where you are on the BlackBerry’s screen, different situations determine what happens when you press the trackball, also called the trackball click: ✓ Display a drop-down list: When you are in a choice field, pressing the trackball displays a drop-down list of choices for that field.

Short menu: This is an abbreviated list of the full menu (Figure 2-4). Short menu is access by pressing the trackball when you are not prompted by a dialog box. indd 23 3/6/09 9:55:24 PM 24 Part I: Meet and Greet Your BlackBerry Figure 2-4: Examples of a short menu in the Memo application. Display screen When you first turn on your BlackBerry, the display screen displays the Home screen, which is your introduction to the graphical user interface (GUI) of your BlackBerry. The different icons represent the different applications found in your BlackBerry.

3. Scroll to the Input Option button and select it. This displays the Fast Options screen with the following options: • Frequency Learning: If turned on, the word used most frequently appears first in the SureType Wordlist while you type. • Auto Word Learning: If turned on, SureType learns as you type. • Use Address Book as Data Source: If turned on, SureType learns all the names in your Address Book. 4. Make sure that the Use Address Book as Data Source option is turned on. If it isn’t, scroll to this field, press the trackball, and then select On from the drop-down list.