The Pocket PC
Steve Seroshek | Microsoft Press | Pages: 208 | 2001-04-14 | ISBN: 0735611599 | PDF | 2.5 Mb
The Pocket PC is the most complete, useful PDA available today, and this pocket-sized guide is designed to help you get the most out of it. Detailed instructions show how to add hardware components such as a modem or extra memory to your Pocket PC and how to connect to a network or the Internet to exchange e-mail and surf the Web. You’ll also learn how easy it can be to record music, play games, read eBooks, and more, plus how to use the latest personal information management (PIM) and productivity software. Start faster and go farther with these Pocket PC topics:• Track appointments and tasks and maintain contacts, addresses, phone numbers, and other vital data with Microsoft® Pocket Outlook®.• Take notes, use the calculator, and work with Microsoft Pocket Word documents and Microsoft Pocket Excel spreadsheets.• Synchronize data with your desktop or laptop PC, and add, configure, and use a modem or wireless connection to send e-mail and surf the Web.• Set up and find your way around your Pocket PC, and expand it by adding memory and other components.• Download MP3 and WMA music files, play the latest games, and use Microsoft Reader to read electronic books.