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The first version of the Pokédex recorded data on the first 151 Pokémon, focusing on Pokémon mostly native to [[Kanto]].  It listed them in number sequence, and it recorded data on height, weight, number, species, cry, and nesting area.  In [[Pokémon Yellow]], the option to print Pokédex entries using the [[Gameboy Printer]] was added.
 
The first version of the Pokédex recorded data on the first 151 Pokémon, focusing on Pokémon mostly native to [[Kanto]].  It listed them in number sequence, and it recorded data on height, weight, number, species, cry, and nesting area.  In [[Pokémon Yellow]], the option to print Pokédex entries using the [[Gameboy Printer]] was added.
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In the anime, the Pokédex model's program is referred to as Dexter, as well as the programs for most models of the Pokédex.  When [[Misty]] got {{p|Togepi}}, Professor Oak updated this model with new software that included data on a handful of [[Johto]] Pokémon. Its Japanese voice actor is 三木眞一郎 ''[[Shinichiro Miki]]'', its English voice actor is [[Eric Stuart]] and its Brazilian voice actor is [[Wellington Lima]].
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In the anime, the Pokédex model's program is referred to as Dexter, as well as the programs for most models of the Pokédex.  When [[Misty]] got {{p|Togepi}}, Professor Oak updated this model with new software that included data on a handful of [[Johto]] Pokémon. Its Japanese voice actor is 三木眞一郎 ''[[Shin'ichirō Miki]]'', its English voice actor is [[Eric Stuart]] and its Brazilian voice actor is [[Wellington Lima]].
    
==Johto==
 
==Johto==
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The second Pokédex had many improvements.  Data on 251 species of Pokémon could be recorded.  Pokémon could be listed in the Kanto (or National) order, a new order focusing on Johto, or by alpabetical organization.  A new search option allowed users to find specific Pokémon by [[type]].  Entries were expanded to include a Pokémon's footprint (if it had feet).  Also, the design of this Pokédex is markedly similar to that of Nintedo's GameBoy, GameBoy Pocket, and GameBoy Color.
 
The second Pokédex had many improvements.  Data on 251 species of Pokémon could be recorded.  Pokémon could be listed in the Kanto (or National) order, a new order focusing on Johto, or by alpabetical organization.  A new search option allowed users to find specific Pokémon by [[type]].  Entries were expanded to include a Pokémon's footprint (if it had feet).  Also, the design of this Pokédex is markedly similar to that of Nintedo's GameBoy, GameBoy Pocket, and GameBoy Color.
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In the anime, its Japanese voice actor is 三木眞一郎 ''[[Shinichiro Miki]]'', its English voice actor is [[Eric Stuart]] and its Brazilian voice actor is a computer-made voice.
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In the anime, its Japanese voice actor is 三木眞一郎 ''[[Shin'ichirō Miki]]'', its English voice actor is [[Eric Stuart]] and its Brazilian voice actor is a computer-made voice.
 
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The fourth PokéDex could record data on 151 species of Pokémon native to the Kanto region.  An upgrade called the National Dex was unlocked if the Elite Four were defeated, which would allow 386 species to be recorded. In addition to the improvements made in the Hoenn version, Pokémon were all organized into [[List of Pokémon by habitat|habitat categories]] (Grassland, Forest, etc.), where similar Pokémon were typically listed together on the same pages (such as {{p|Jynx}} and {{p|Mr. Mime}}, for instance), and Pokémon who are [[List of Pokémon with cross-generational evolutions|cross-generation evolutions]] are also displayed next to each other, such as {{p|Onix}} and {{p|Steelix}}.  Nest display was also expanded to include the [[Sevii Islands]].
 
The fourth PokéDex could record data on 151 species of Pokémon native to the Kanto region.  An upgrade called the National Dex was unlocked if the Elite Four were defeated, which would allow 386 species to be recorded. In addition to the improvements made in the Hoenn version, Pokémon were all organized into [[List of Pokémon by habitat|habitat categories]] (Grassland, Forest, etc.), where similar Pokémon were typically listed together on the same pages (such as {{p|Jynx}} and {{p|Mr. Mime}}, for instance), and Pokémon who are [[List of Pokémon with cross-generational evolutions|cross-generation evolutions]] are also displayed next to each other, such as {{p|Onix}} and {{p|Steelix}}.  Nest display was also expanded to include the [[Sevii Islands]].
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In anime, this model comes in both red and yellow. Its Japanese voice actor is 三木眞一郎 ''[[Shinichiro Miki]]'', its English voice actor is [[Eric Stuart]] and its Brazilian voice actor is [[Wellington Lima]].
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In anime, this model comes in both red and yellow. Its Japanese voice actor is 三木眞一郎 ''[[Shin'ichirō Miki]]'', its English voice actor is [[Eric Stuart]] and its Brazilian voice actor is [[Wellington Lima]].
    
==Sinnoh==
 
==Sinnoh==