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Topic # 15374 19-Aug-2007 09:47
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Does anyone have any recommendations for good tablet specific software either for work use or personal use?


I just got myself a tablet pc (finally)







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  Reply # 82865 19-Aug-2007 09:56
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  Reply # 82899 19-Aug-2007 20:58
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I installed Art Rage - looks like a very well made peice of software. Its a big call to design your own UI from the ground up (even the dialog boxes and close/minimise do not use Windows style), but they have done it well.

Im no artist, but this could be good for killing time in meetings (just kidding...)

What I really would like, is for my tablet to mute automatically if my Outlook calendar shows that I am in a meeting at that time...







 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 82926 20-Aug-2007 09:36
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Not sure about that automatic profile on Windows XP/Vista but I do know a similar program/applet is available for Windows Mobile devices, it automatically switches profile depending on your appointment status.

Another worthwhile software is TEO (Tablet Enhancement for Outlook)

And if you haven't discovered, you can personalised your Vista's TIP, and use pen-flick for page-up/down, back/forward, and even copy, paste, undo, and delete just by using stylus on screen.




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