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I have an HP 95LX Palmtop Computer and I love it! I recently got a subscription to your HP Palmtop Paper and have enjoyed much of it. I like best the tips you give to creatively use the built-in 95LX software. The most helpful items for me so far have been:

  1. 1. Ed Keefe's article (page 25, Fall 91 issue) that told about how to use Lotus to extract the first ten letters from a memo file.
  2. 2. Tom Page's mention (page 29, Fall 91 issue) that you needed to press (CTRL) to activate Copy and Paste in 1-2-3 (and HP CALC).
  3. 3. Ed Greenberg's Quick Tip (page 23, Jan/Feb 92 issue) on how to use the PHONE as a free-form database.
  4. 4. The tip (page 23, Jan/Feb 92 issue) on how to switch between PHONE lists using macros.
  5. 5. Alfred Herz's letter hint (page 2, Mar/Apr 92 issue) that you can use GOTO instead of FIND to locate records in Phone.
  6. 6. Answer to Ahmet G. Ozisik's letter (page 3 of the July/August issue) describing how to do a hard reboot without losing files.
  7. 7. The tip about creating a macro to delete one MEMO line.
I would like to see even more tips on how to use the built-in programs, how to print labels using PHONE, etc.. I particularly like User Profiles because they also give me ideas on how to make the most of what I've got. The Basic Tips section is a little too simple and seems a rehash of the User's Guide.

Again, thanks so much for putting out the HP Palmtop Paper. It has been helpful.

Edward R. Blankenship

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Little Rock, AR, USA

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