The Panasonic KX-T3968 is a very old 900 MHz cordless phone, but still functional. Manuals are not available on Panasonic’s operating manual site, but it’s easy to program auto-dial or speed-dial numbers using either the base station or the cordless handset.
Note: Buttons to press are indicated in bold type.
To store a number on either the base station or the cordless handset, press the Program button, dial the digits you want to store, then press Auto button followed by the digit of the location want to store the number in. You’ll hear a one second confirmation beep.
To dial a stored number, press Auto followed by the digit.
For example, to store 202-555-1234 to Auto 1, you’d press the following buttons:
Program, 2, 0, 2, 5, 5, 5, 1, 2, 3, 4, Auto, 1
You can also insert pauses in the number by using the Pause button on the cordless handset or the Redial/Pause button on the base station. Just in the event you need to dial 9 and then wait, I suppose.
Both the base station and the cordless handset provide storage for 10 phone numbers, one per digit. The stored numbers do not appear to be shared, so effectively you could have 20 unique numbers. The procedure for storing numbers is the same.