Now you can do more with your iPAQ than you ever thought possible with this easy-to-use guide. Learn to maximize your iPAQ's built-in features and increase functionality with additional applications and accessories. You'll also get step-by-step guidance for using Word, Excel, and Outlook and managing your finances with the Pocket Money application. You'll find tips for keeping your iPAQ running at peak performance and discover ways to secure your iPAQ from theft, loss, and other intrusions. Use your iPAQ as a mobile GPS unit to guide you to your destination, wirelessly connect your iPAQ to a LAN with 802.11b, or use a wireless modem to connect to the Internet. Covering troubleshooting problems and describing fun things to do with the most popular pocket PC--this book will show you how to take full advantage of your iPAQ.
About the Author
- Discover the unique features in pocket PC versions of Word, Excel, and Pocket Outlook
- Manage your finances using Pocket Money and other third-party applications
- Keep your iPAQ running optimally--by backing up, managing the backlight, and setting OS options
- Send and receive e-mail and surf the Internet
- Take business presentations on the road--show PowerPoint presentations directly from your device
- Play video games and watch movies from your iPAQ
- Use extended storage devices--including CF cards, PC cards, and MicroDrives
- Select and install expansion sleeves and extend battery life
- Use GPS to find your way around
- Secure your iPAQ--and find out how to protect your valuable data
Barry Shilmover (Calgary, Canada) and Derek Ball (Calgary, Canada) are the founders of Canadian-based Sonic Mobility, an application development company that develops applications for Pocket PCs, specifically for iPAQs. Barry is the co-author of Windows 2000 Power Toolkit (NRP) and Windows 2000 Sys Admin Black Book (Coriolis) among others. Derek has authored or co-authored 7 books about client server, application development, database topics and nearly 70 periodical articles. Derek is an international speaker and instructor at the corporate level on IT topics. He taught Object Oriented Software Technology at University of Calgary.