To program a one-touch key for alternate long
If you use an alternate long distance carrier, you can program a
one-touch key to dial the service’s access number before a fax number.
When you need to use this one-touch key, press it, enter the fax number,
and press fax/send. Both the access number and the fax number are
then dialed together. If the access number is used almost every time you
dial a fax, it might be easier to program the access number as a dialing
“Inserting a dial prefix” on page 25
for more information).
Speed-dial codes, one-touch keys, and group-dial codes are more easily
programmed from the software (not available in Windows 95). For
instructions on programming speed-dial codes, one-touch keys, and
group-dial codes using the product software, see the electronic user guide.
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Use this procedure if the access number has more than 10 characters or
if you only occasionally use the access number.
Follow steps 1 through 6 of
“To program speed-dial codes and
one-touch keys” on page 19
. When entering the fax number, you
might also have to do one or both of the following tasks:
If you have to wait for an access tone at some point in the
number, enter one or more three-second pauses by pressing
Enter a personal identification number (PIN), if applicable.
When you are finished entering the access number, press
pause/redial. A pause at the end of the string tells the product not
to dial this number until you dial the fax number.
Continue with steps 7 through 10 of
“To program speed-dial codes
and one-touch keys” on page 19