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From the top: The Power button. Once to power on, press once to power off. (Pressing it twice, will cancel power off.) Next comes the Menu navigation area.
Unlike the competition, InFocus sticks with a four button system, compared to six or seven button systems. The left button launches (or cancels the menu system). The Up and Down arrows provide navigation, and the Select button the right, selects items or takes you to the sub-menu you have highlighted. To move back up from sub-menus toward the main menus, you use the Up/Down buttons to select the first item on any menu "Previous", then hit select, and you move back up one level. I personally prefer menu navigation systems with four arrow keys, but, once you get used to the InFocus way, it works just fine. It's just that you have to get to that Previous item each time you change menus, and that can be multiple clicks. You can, though hit the Menu button, which will close all menus and let you start fresh, if that's faster.
Back to the remote. Below the menu navigation is a row of three buttons. Resize lets you toggle between the various aspect ratios, Overscan lets you engage overscan, with the option of either crop or zoom, and there is the Source button which opens the Source select menu.
The next row has the Custom button I mentioned previously, figure out what feature you want to access regularly and program that in to this button. Auto Image is the usual auto setup, in case the projector doesn't do a great job automatically - this relates mostly to computer signals. Then there's the Presets button.