-- Unique coverage -- offers a friendly, solutions-oriented approach to working with all of the different Palm OS models, including the new Visor from Handspring and the PDQ "Palm phone". This book might very well be the first to market with the newest aforementioned features.
-- Exciting features of the book include:
-- Cover will feature Palm photographs licensed from Palm.
-- Coverage of third party solutions, tools, and applications as well as troubleshooting techniques and how to get connected online.
-- Both authors are Palm specialists, and Rick Broida is the editor and publisher of Tap, the only print magazine designed expressly for Palm users. Tap is a well-known publication among Palm users and we will be promoting our book in Tap magazine, which is bundled with Palm purchases by many vendors.
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This guide takes the approach that handheld computers based on the Palm operating system are so user-friendly and crash-proof that it's useless to spend a lot of time telling you how to get it to work. Rather, How to Do Everything with Your Palm Handheld is more of a taskmaster, leading you through such productivity tips as tracking expenses, planning trips, and using the Palm as a business productivity software suite.
Though the book is weighted heavily toward the PalmPilot, it is targeted toward users of all devices based on the Palm OS, such as the IBM WorkPad, the Qualcomm pdQ, and the Handspring Visor, to which the authors devote an entire chapter. What Dave Johnson and Rick Broida do best is explain how to get the most out of those features you probably gave only a cursory glance to.
Most users probably create to-do lists on their Palm handhelds, but how many of them import those lists into other applications, such as Microsoft Word and Excel? Both programs build tables based on to-do list data. Palm handhelds also come with an applet called Sun Compass, which could come in handy when you're on the road.
Given that so many people use their PalmPilots as glorified address books, the tips Johnson and Broida supply are highly useful. How to Do Everything with Your Palm Handheld will show you how to make these popular devices the ultimate productivity tools. --John Frederick MooreFrom the Back Cover:
Take advantage of everything your Palm handheld computer has to offer with help from this resourceful guide. Make your Palm handheld work the way you want it to, use built-in and third-party applications, keep track of your schedule, connect to the Internet, play games, and much more. You'll get full details on how to prepare your Palm handheld for a business trip, how to beam information to another Palm handheld, and even how to go wireless. This is the perfect companion for every Palm handheld user. Inside, learn to: Enter data using Graffiti power writing software, your desktop computer, or an optional keyboard. Master the HotSync technology process - learn to do local, wireless, remote, and network HotSyncs operations. Send and receive e-mail, browse the Web, send faxes, and receive pager messages. Play games such as text adventures, IR Battleship, Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf, and SimCity. Pay your bills wirelessly using PayPal. Manage your expenses and synchronize the data with Microsoft Excel. Beam it up- communicate with other Palm hand-helds, pagers, cell phones, and your TV via the Ir port. Turn your Palm handheld into a portable office - edit Microsoft Word and Excel documents using Documents to Go, Quicksheet, and SmartDoc. Upgrade and troubleshoot your Palm handheld.
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