Programming a one-touch key for alternate
long distance service
If you use an alternate long distance service, 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 then press
. Both the access number and the fax
number are then dialed together.
Programming a one-touch key for this purpose can be more easily
accomplished from the software, unless you want to conceal a PIN
number. See the online help for more information on programming a
one-touch key from the software.
To program a one touch for alternate long distance
If you have a PIN number you want to conceal, enable the special
dialing symbols before proceeding. See “Enabling special dialing
symbols” in this chapter.
Follow steps 1-6 of “To program one-touch keys and speed-dial
codes” in this chapter. When entering the fax number in step 6,
you may also have to do one or more of the following:
• If you have to wait for an access tone at some point in the
number, enter one or more two-second pauses by pressing
• If you use pulse, rather than tone, dialing, press
access number. (If you enabled special dialing symbols, press
• Enter a PIN number, if applicable. If you want to conceal the
PIN number, use “To conceal a PIN number” below at the
point at which you need to enter that number.
When you are finished entering the access number, press
. A pause at the end of the string tells the HP
LaserJet 3100 product not to dial this number until you dial the
Continue with steps 7-10 of “To program one-touch keys or
If you enabled special dialing symbols just for this procedure,
disable them again. See “Enabling special dialing symbols” in this
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To conceal a PIN number
keys to select
Enter your PIN number. Each digit of the PIN number appears as
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