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Table Of Contents

About This Book
Chapter 1
Getting to know your PalmV organizer
What is a PalmV organizer?
System requirements
Upgrade Information
PalmV components
Power button
Using the onscreen contrast control
Application buttons
Recharging the battery
Palm Desktop organizer software
Installing Palm Desktop software
To install Palm Desktop software:
Using your organizer with another PIM
Tapping and typing
Tap with the stylus to get things done
Elements of the organizer interface
Opening applications
Using menus
Three ways to enter data
Onscreen keyboard
Writing Graffiti characters
Graffiti tips
The Graffiti alphabet
Writing capital letters
Writing numbers
Graffiti numbers
Writing punctuation marks
Additional Graffiti punctuation
Writing symbols and extended characters
Writing accented characters
Accent strokes
Additional non-English characters
Navigation strokes
Graffiti ShortCuts
Using the onscreen keyboard
To use the onscreen keyboard:
Using your computer keyboard
Importing data
Chapter 3
Managing Your Applications
Using the Applications Launcher
Selecting applications
Switching between applications
Categorizing applications
Changing the Applications Launcher display
Choosing preferences
Installing and removing applications
Installing add-on applications
Installing games
Removing applications
Removing Palm Desktop software
To remove Palm Desktop software:
Assigning a password
Changing or deleting a password
Locking your organizer
Recovering from a forgotten password
Chapter 4
Using Your Basic Applications
Overview of basic applications
Common tasks
Creating records
Editing records
Deleting records
Purging records
Exchanging and updating data: HotSync operations
Categorizing records
Finding records
Looking up names to add to expense records
Sorting lists of records
Making records private
Attaching notes
Choosing fonts
Application-specific tasks
Date Book
Address Book
To Do List
To Do Show Options
Memo Pad
Reviewing memos
Customizing the Currency pick list
To customize the Currency pick list:
Chapter 5
Communicating Using Your Organizer
Managing desktop E-Mail away from your desk
Setting up Mail on the desktop
Synchronizing Mail with your E-Mail application
Opening the Mail application on your organizer
Viewing e-mail items
Creating e-mail items
Looking up an address
Adding details to e-mail items
Adding a signature to your e-mail item
Storing e-mail to be sent later
Editing unsent e-mail
Draft e-mail
Filing e-mail
Deleting e-mail
Removing e-mail from the Deleted folder
Purging deleted e-mail
Message List options
HotSync options
Creating special filters
Beaming information
Chapter 6
Selecting HotSync setup options
Customizing HotSync application settings
To customize HotSync application settings:
IR HotSync operations
Preparing your computer for infrared communication
Configuring HotSync Manager for infrared communication
To configure HotSync Manager for infrared communication:
Performing an IR HotSync operation
To perform an IR HotSync operation:
Returning to cradle HotSync operations
To return to cradle HotSync operations:
Conducting a HotSync operation via modem
Preparing your computer
Preparing your organizer
Selecting the conduits for a modem HotSync operation
Performing a HotSync operation via a modem
Conducting a HotSync operation via a network
Connecting to your company’s dial-in server
Performing a network HotSync operation
To perform a network Hotsync operation:
Using File Link
Creating a user profile
Chapter 7
Setting Preferences for Your Organizer
Viewing preferences
Buttons preferences
Pen preferences
HotSync buttons preferences
Digitizer preferences
Formats preferences
Country default
Time, date, week start, and numbers formats
General preferences
Auto-off delay
Cradle settings
System, alarm, and game sounds
Beam Receive
Connection preferences
Sample connection for remote IR HotSync operations
Network preferences and TCP/IP software
Selecting a service
Entering a user name
Entering a password
Selecting a connection
Adding telephone settings
Connecting to your service
Creating additional service templates
Adding detailed information to a service template
Login scripts
Creating a login script on your organizer
Plug-in applications
Deleting a service template
To delete a service template:
Network preferences menu commands
TCP/IP troubleshooting
Owner preferences
ShortCuts preferences
Creating a ShortCut
Editing a ShortCut
Deleting a ShortCut
Appendix A
Maintaining Your Organizer
Caring for your organizer
Battery considerations
Resetting your organizer
Performing a soft reset
Performing a hard reset
Appendix B
Frequently Asked Questions
Software installation problems
Operating problems
HotSync problems
Beaming problems
Recharging problems
Password problems
Technical support
Appendix C
Creating a Custom Expense Report
About mapping tables
Customizing existing sample templates
Determining the layout of the Expense Report
Section 3
Analyzing your custom Expense Report
Programming the mapping table
Using applications other than Microsoft Excel
Expense file details
Appendix D
Non-ASCII Characters for Login Scripts
Use of ^char
Carriage return and line feed
Literal characters
Warranty and Other Product Information
Limited warranty
3Com end user software license agreement
FCC Statement
Canadian RFI Statement
CTICK Certification
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