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dongatran Page Icon Posted 2024-05-07 2:00 AM
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I have a Sharp PW-AC910 and use an English - English dictionary to help my daughter learn English. But it's inconvenient that it uses a Japanese menu and my daughter doesn't know Japanese. Therefore, it would be appreciated if you help me switch to the English menu in detail because I am not very professional.
Thank you very much.
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torch Page Icon Posted 2024-05-07 5:29 AM
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Unfortunately, I don't have a Sharp Brain- but this article has some pointers

https://www.hpcfactor.com/reviews/editorial/ceopener-sharp-brain/

Please give this a go, and ask questions as you go, and I can see what I can figure out!
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AximUser Page Icon Posted 2024-05-07 4:50 PM
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Some of the older Casio Chinese-English dictionaries have the ability to change the Menus to either Japanese, English, or Chinese (maybe E-A99, E-G200, etc?). The older Casio Japanese-English dictionaries don't typically have this feature although newer ones might. This is instructions to change the menus to English:
https://support.casio.com/storage/cn/manual/pdf/CN/003/Quick_Guide_E-XA_EN_CN.pdf

There is a different Casio electronic dictionary (E-A10) that has English menus. I think these were only sold to schools but maybe there is something used available in Vietnam.
https://web.casio-intl.com/jlt/en/use/basic05.html
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roychanyl Page Icon Posted 2024-05-08 1:53 PM
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Here is a simple user instruction manual for the PW-AC910, which may provide some pointers on how to identify what functions some buttons perform.

https://www.manualslib.com/download/516200/Sharp-Pw-Ac910.html

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dongatran Page Icon Posted 2024-05-09 1:02 AM
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torch - 2024-05-07 11:29 AM


Unfortunately, I don't have a Sharp Brain- but this article has some pointers

https://www.hpcfactor.com/reviews/editorial/ceopener-sharp-brain/

Please give this a go, and ask questions as you go, and I can see what I can figure out!


Thank you very much!
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dongatran Page Icon Posted 2024-05-09 1:02 AM
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AximUser - 2024-05-07 10:50 PM


Some of the older Casio Chinese-English dictionaries have the ability to change the Menus to either Japanese, English, or Chinese (maybe E-A99, E-G200, etc?). The older Casio Japanese-English dictionaries don't typically have this feature although newer ones might. This is instructions to change the menus to English:
https://support.casio.com/storage/cn/manual/pdf/CN/003/Quick_Guide_E-XA_EN_CN.pdf

There is a different Casio electronic dictionary (E-A10) that has English menus. I think these were only sold to schools but maybe there is something used available in Vietnam.
https://web.casio-intl.com/jlt/en/use/basic05.html


Thank you very much!
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torch Page Icon Posted 2024-05-09 8:19 PM
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Also one of our users has a dictionary distribution that works offline along with a program called xtbook. Could be useful for school ! @watamario15

Here’s the offline dictionary they’re updated monthly
https://github.com/watamario15/xtbook
And here’s the program itself
https://github.com/watamario15/xtbook/releases/tag/v0.2.7

Also this site has some more brain programs too
https://app.tmksoft.net/index.html

I recommend trying out BrainXP
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