Ex parte MCCONNELL et al. - Page 12

          Appeal No. 95-3891                                                          
          Application 08/066,405                                                      

          depicted in Figure 4, they actually serve as particular device              
          selection keys rather than as device category selection keys.               
                    Appellants also correctly note that Harger's                      
          transmitter does not store formatting data for a plurality of               
          devices in any device category and thus fails to disclose means             
          for enabling the user to select which stored formatting data to             
          use in a particular device category.  As for Kocher, although the           
          transmitter is used to control devices in two categories (i.e.,             
          TV and appliances) and a plurality of devices within the                    
          "appliance" category, it does not store formatting data for any             
          of the appliances, let alone different formatting data for                  
          different appliances.                                                       


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