Can I store numbers I call frequently?
Yes. These are referred to as speed-call numbers. You may also store single- or multi-digit passwords (your long-distance code, for example). To store a number, press the blue SUPERKEY. Press # until "Personal Keys?" appears. Press *. Press a personal key that isn't a line key (don't use the bottom or top grey keys, for example - the top one is your voice-mail key, and the bottom one is your phone line). Press *. Do one of the following: to enter a new number, dial the number (press HOLD between digits to create a one-second pause during dialing - press HOLD more than once to lengthen the pause) or to enter the last number dialed, press REDIAL. Press the personal key again (the one you are storing the number in). Do one of the following: to make the number private, press * or to keep the number visible, press #. CAUTION: if you make the number private, you won't be able to see it, either - make sure you remember which numbers are stored where. Finally, press the SUPERKEY.