Vol. 3; No. 5 September/October 1994
The HP Palmtop Paper
Vol. 3; No. 5 September/October
Table of Contents
This year's PowerDisk provides a culinary delight for the Palmtop palate.
Chef Ed Keefe describes this year's chief entrees.
Would you like to have your library with you all the time? Vertical Reader
and Project Gutenberg can put your favorite classics on the HP Palmtop.
There are a number of ways to manage contacts on the HP Palmtop, including
the built-in PIMs; the system compliant program Pocket Sales Force; ELAN
Software's GoldMine 2.5; and the new version of ACT!, which installs on
all HP Palmtops.
This deaf subscriber uses the HP Palmtop to "talk" with friends and business
associates, and to organize most aspects of his business and personal life.
Two Macintosh users tell how they integrate HP Palmtops with their Mac
environment, for file transfer, backup, printing, communication and PC
Plenty of tips and topics in this User to User, including: Palmtop wrist
straps, food databases, Palmtop competition, binders for the Palmtop Paper,
tips on selecting passwords, how in-flight restrictions affect you, avoiding
slow read/write times, and a world traveler's ultimate HP Palmtop.
Ed shows how to save keystrokes and create macros with DOSKEY on the HP
100/200LX, and introduces TODDY, a feature rich big brother to DOSKEY that
runs on the HP 95LX and HP 100/200LX.
Notice about Palmtop.net
Palmtop Network with its S.U.P.E.R. (Simply
Unbeatable Palmtop Essentials Repository) software is now
available under the domain name of
|We buy used palmtops,
working or broken: HP 200LX, HP 100LX and 1000CX.