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    Hi! I downloaded Merck when it was free... trying to give it to a friend now. When we hot sync'ed, the program was downloaded into his visor, but it requires some password to access. Any thoughts?



    BTW, I'm new here and tried to search for such advice without any luck.
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    Sorry SinNombre, but what is Merck? A check of PalmGear and Download.com did not reveal it as an application.
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    I also downloaded that when it was free. I believe the password was embedded in the software to read the Merck document file. That way you can't beam it to someone else. I have since deleted Merck. It was too large a file.

    The Merck Manual is an excellent reference for symptoms and treatments for most medical conditions. It was really helpful when I started doing sick-call in the Navy back in 1976. I almost wore out the section on sexually transmitted diseses.
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    Try beaming the program to them using something like beamware.
    Jeff
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    Originally posted by SinNombre
    Hi! I downloaded Merck when it was free... trying to give it to a friend now. When we hot sync'ed, the program was downloaded into his visor, but it requires some password to access. Any thoughts?



    BTW, I'm new here and tried to search for such advice without any luck.
    I think the problem is the version of the handheldmed reader your friend is currently using. The old reader when the company was still @handmed required a password to unlock the e-books. Since the company became handheldmed, their new reader (which can be downloaded of the handheldmed.com site) does not require password keys. I believe that the most current version is v4.22.

    Another possible answer to your problem is that the Merck that you have is an older version. If you downloaded the merck from the handheldmed site, you should have registered with them already. Go back to their site, and log in. Go to their "my download page" and there should be a current version of the Merck for you. I believe the most current Merck does not require a pass-key.
    Fat's

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