Button Programming

Changing a Button Label

The default text label shown for a button depends on the function assigned to that button. On 9400/9500 Series phones you can override this by applying your own text label.

 

1.At the extension press Admin.
2.Use the up arrow up or down down arrow arrows to scroll to Telephone Programming. Press Select.
3.Press the programmable button you want to change. Alternatively:
Use the up arrow up or down down arrow arrows to scroll to Button Programming. Press Select.
At the Button: prompt press the button to edit or enter from the button number.
4.The current setting of that button is displayed.
a.Press Label.
b.Change the label for the button using the controls and when complete press Save.
Enter a character by pressing the indicated button until that character is displayed. On 9400/9500 Series phones, accented versions of the characters are also shown. If you pause more than 1 second after press a button, the cursor will move onto the next space.

1

1.,@


2

abc2


3

def3

4

ghi4

5

jkl5

6

mno6

7

pqrs7

8

tuv8

9

wxyz9

*

*

0

Space 0

#

#

The first character and the first character after a space are automatically capitalized.
Use the left arrow left and right right arrow arrows keys to move the cursor. Press Bksp to delete the character before the cursor.
Exit programming by pressing PHONE/EXIT. Alternatively use the Back button to move to another menu.

 

 

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Last Modified: 03/02/2011