Set the clock icon for a display screen of a programmed computer system

- Pacesetter, Inc.

The single FIGURE is an elevational view of a set the clock icon for a display screen of a programmed computer system showing our new design, the broken-line disclosure of the portion of the screen being for illustrative purposes only and forming no part of the claimed design.

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Patent History
Patent number: D388778
Type: Grant
Filed: Apr 15, 1993
Date of Patent: Jan 6, 1998
Assignee: Pacesetter, Inc. (Sylmar, CA)
Inventors: Thomas G. Levin (Northridge, CA), Jeffery D. Snell (Northridge, CA)
Primary Examiner: Brian N. Vinson
Application Number: 0/7,261
Current U.S. Class: D14/1143
International Classification: 1499;