The HP Palmtop Paper
Fall, 1991: Premiere Issue
Table of Contents
In this first of a two-part series HP's 900 number support staff answers
queries concerning file transfer, programming, printing, phone directory
conversion, internal RAM and RAM cards, AC adapter, batteries, and installing
the 95LX Connectivity Pack.
Attach this small wireless receiver to your HP 95LX and have mail, appointments,
and Lotus spreadsheet updates sent to you wherever you are.
More than just a spelling checker, this ROM card works in stand alone mode
or with the built-in Memo Editor to check spelling, look up definitions,
and find synonyms.
HP supplies a number of products that enhance the usability of the HP
HP 95LX users can save disk space using the free DIET.EXE compression program.
This article assumes some working knowledge of MS DOS.
Ed Keefe shares his initial discoveries with the 95LX, including a procedure
for extracting a vertical rectangle of characters from a MEMO file.
Our Savvy User discusses his initial experiments with his 95LX: getting
to DOS, successes running DOS Software, transferring files to other PC's
without The Connectivity Pack, getting the WorldPort MNP modem to work,
and cutting and pasting.
The concepts of RAM Disk, RAM Card, System RAM, Total Memory, Disk Drive,
File, A Drive, C Drive, Byte, Kilobyte, and Replacing Current File are
explained in this column designed for novice HP 95LX users.
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.