Half of the clocks in our house are smart and reset themselves, but the rest need to be done manually. This morning I walked from room to room changing those that had the incorrect time (and made a second sweep in the afternoon when I realized I had forgotten a couple). Over the past few months there have been a few power outage blips, after which clocks were reset to "close enough" time. While I was at it, I also adjusted those too.
Most of manual-change models are intuitive, but there are a couple that I can never remember how to do. One is the clock/radio/CD player in the kitchen. I couldn't find the instructions. After both Hubby Tony and I randomly pushed buttons and rotated knobs with no effect I asked Google. A search for the make and model number gave me a PDF of the instructions. Before I used them I downloaded the file to my computer.
Will I remember its there next time I'm looking for the information?