The Set-up 3 menu has three options.
Each of the Custom Functions is set in exactly the same way, so I'm not going to bog you down with a bunch of illustrations showing how to make this setting or that. One quick run-through using Figure 3.47 should be enough. Here are the key parts of the Custom Function screen.
■ Custom Function category. At the top of the settings screen is a label that tells you which category that screen represents.
■ Current Function name. Use the left/right cross keys to select the function you want to adjust. The name of the function currently selected appears at the top of the screen, and its number is marked with an over score in the row of numbers at the bottom of the screen. You don't need to memorize the function numbers.
■ Function currently selected. The function number appears in two places. In the upper-right corner you'll find a box with the current function clearly designated. In the lower half of the screen are two lines of numbers. The top row has numbers from 1 to 12, representing the Custom Function. The second row shows the number of the current setting. If the setting is other than the default value (a zero), it will be colored blue, so you can quickly see which Custom Functions have been modified. The currently selected function will have a gold line above it.
Each C.Fn screen has from two to six settings, represented by the numbers at the bottom of the screen. The currently selected function has a gold line above it.
Custom Name of Function current Custom category Function
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