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If you're a mobile professional or PC enthusiast who's curious about the exciting new Pocket PC platform, ""The Pocket PC"" is the book for you. This pocket-sized guide to the Pocket PC demonstrates how to get more done and have fun on the run with a Microsoft ""RM"" Windows ""RM"" CE-based handheld PC. Detailed instructions show how to use your Pocket PC to connect to the Internet or other network with a wireless modern or cable, use e-mail, surf the Web, listen to music, play games, download and read books with Microsoft Reader, and more. This pocketbook also provides a fast, fascinating look at popular Pocket PC software such as industry-leading personal information management programs, Microsoft Pocket Outlook ""RM"", and Microsoft Pocket Office. It's the ultimate guide to entertainment and productivity on the handheld PC. Best of all, its price is just right for your pocketbook!
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What we have here is a teeny-tiny user's manual for a teeny-tiny computer. The Pocket PC shows how to use devices that are based on Microsoft Windows CE, regardless of their manufacturer. This book is equally applicable to devices from Compaq (the iPAQ series), Casio (Cassiopeia), Hewlett-Packard (Jornada), and Symbol Technologies (the PPT series). Author Steve Seroshek has documented the operating system and its key applications accurately and thoroughly, but he doesn't dig very deeply into aftermarket software, customization, or obscure hints and tricks. As a result, the book is slender, uncluttered, and easy for newcomers to the Pocket PC environment to follow. It will seem over-simple to users with even moderate familiarity with other platforms, but novices will welcome this deliberate approach.
The coverage in these pages, particularly synchronization of the Pocket PC's contents with a "mother ship" computer for purposes of data backup and electronic mail communication, is accurate and easy to follow. Special situations come up too--for example, users of AOL learn that they have to install a patch to get mail from their Pocket PCs. With its fine index, this book is a very good supplement to Windows CE's online help. --David Wall
Topics covered: Use of the Pocket PC family of personal digital assistants (PDAs), with emphasis on ActiveSync (via the cradle, a modem, or wireless link). Other sections deal with how to do work and have fun with Pocket PC applications, including Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, and Microsoft Windows Media Player.
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Book Description Microsoft Press, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110735611599
Book Description Microsoft Press, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0735611599
Book Description Microsoft Press, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0735611599