Epson EMP-7850 Operating Manual

Operation During a Presentation, Editing a Scenario

Operation During a Presentation, Editing a Scenario

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Projecting Scenarios
EasyMP Operation Guide
Operation During a Presentation
The following operations using the remote control are possible whilst 
playing a scenario.
The following functions of the projector can similarly be used when 
projecting a scenario or graphics file with CardPlayer. For details 
concerning the various functions s 
"Freeze Function"
"A/V Mute 
Function"
, and 
"E-Zoom Function"
 in the User’s Guide.
•  Freeze  
 A/V Mute
 
 E-Zoom
Editing a Scenario
You can change the projection order of slides and toggle display/hide for 
slides within the scenarios on the memory card inserted in the projector.
PROCEDURE
Tilt the [ ] button on the remote control to position 
the cursor on the scenario to edit.
Press the following buttons on the remote control 
depending on the operation mode in use.
Guide mode: Press the [Enter] button to display the Easy Menu. 
Select "Edit Scenario" in the menu, and press the 
[Enter] button. 
Quick mode: Press the [ESC] button to display the Easy Menu. 
Select "Edit Scenario" in the menu, and press the 
[Enter] button.
This displays the edit scenario screen.
Position the cursor on the desired slide. Proceed with Step 4 to 
change the slide order, and proceed with Step 6 to hide slides. 
Press the following buttons on the remote control 
depending on the operation mode in use.
Guide mode: Press the [Enter] button to display the Easy Menu. 
Select "Move Files" in the menu, and press the [Enter] 
button. 
Quick mode: Position the cursor on the slide to be moved and press 
the [Enter] button. 
Position the cursor on the destination and press the 
[Enter] button on the remote control.
Screen 
Switching
Proceed to the next screen by pressing [Enter] or [
].
Return to the previous screen by pressing [
].
Stop Play
The message "Do you want to quit playing the scenario?" is 
displayed when you press the [ESC] button. Close by 
selecting the "Exit" button and pressing the [Enter] button. 
Continue play by selecting the "Return" button and pressing 
the [Enter] button.
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1. Select the slide to be 
moved
2. Cursor selecting the 
destination