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Palm Computing For Dummies Quick Reference
     

Palm Computing For Dummies Quick Reference

by Tom Barich, Tom E. Barich
 

To get the most from your Palm handheld computer, you need to spend more time using the device than just reading about how to use it. And that's how Palm Computing For Dummies Quick Reference can help — it provides you with hands-on advice you can use in conjunction with your Palm computer. Easy-to-apply instructions get you up and running right

Overview

To get the most from your Palm handheld computer, you need to spend more time using the device than just reading about how to use it. And that's how Palm Computing For Dummies Quick Reference can help — it provides you with hands-on advice you can use in conjunction with your Palm computer. Easy-to-apply instructions get you up and running right away...

• Familiarize yourself with the Palm, including first-time setup, fonts, memory, buttons, and the onscreen keyboard.

• Use the Palm's basic features, such as attaching notes to records, beaming, organizing categories and applications, and customizing preferences.

• Access the essential features of your Palm's Address Book, Date Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, and Expense applications.

• Connect your Palm to a computer and explore Palm desktop software, hardware add-ons, and third-party software.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764505805
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/01/2000
Series:
For Dummies Quick Reference Series
Edition description:
SPIRAL
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.82(w) x 8.42(h) x 0.63(d)

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Meet the Author

About the Authors Tom Barich is a computer consultant and CD-ROM developer who, in his spare time, also writes computer books. He obtained his first Palm device in the hopes that he could get organized enough to spend some of that spare time at the beach. However, what he's doing instead is writing a book on Palm computing. Hmmm . there must be a moral in there somewhere. A longtime veteran of the Internet and former information technology consultant, Mariva Hannah Aviram (a real name) is an independent writer covering the high-tech industry. Mariva's published works include articles in Java World, c | net, and NetscapeWorld, and the book XML For Dummies Quick Reference. For more information, including a background on Mariva's palindromic name, please visit http://www.mariva.com.

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