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Topic # 5444 28-Oct-2005 14:53
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My uncle just gave me his 02 Ipaq 3765, he hasnt used it in a while, so i bought it from him,

and well, he gave me everything but the companion (syncronizing ) disc, or the disk you get in the box, and uhhh... well, i was wondering if i could download it from a place, or do i have to buy a new CD, and where. thanks

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  Reply # 22253 28-Oct-2005 15:52
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Welcome to Geekzone...

To synchronise a Pocket PC you need MS Outlook (not MS Outlook Express) and ActiveSync. ActiveSync is a free download from the Microsoft website.

Microsoft Outlook is part of Microsoft Office, but can also be purchased separately. It's on the CD, but since you don't have it...








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  Reply # 22255 28-Oct-2005 16:05
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ok, thanks, but heres another question

(sorry if it sounds retarded, but im new to the whole computer thing, call me sir technogicalyilliterat)

so,, i have office for computer, so, does this mean i cant just put it in the PDA?


 
 
 
 


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Reply # 22258 28-Oct-2005 16:24
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Hi there. Windows Mobile executes its own code, and its not compatible with Windows executables.

The Pocket PC comes with small versions of Word and Excel, although only in Windows Mobile 5.0 (the latest) they are really compatible.

If you need some serious editing on your Pocket PC, there are software for this, such as PlanMaker and TextMaker. Otherwise you can use the built-in Pocket Word and Pocket Excel.







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  Reply # 22286 29-Oct-2005 10:10
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Muchas gracias seƱor, Ya me pudistes ayudar mucho, gracias

thanks freitasm, I finaly got what i needed, thanks a bunch dude.

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