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    I have the standard Date Book+ that came preinstalled on my T300. I would like to upgrade so that I can have 3-4 catagory views, ie business view, family view, or all togather. I do not use Outlook, I simply use the Palm desktop as my pim. I have seen the DateBK5 upgrade, does this do the trick? any other software out there, or suggestions? Thanks everyone.

    EEK
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    The free KsDatebook has categories:
    http://www.freewarepalm.com/database/ksdatebook.shtml

    You might also be interested in KsToDo by the same developer:
    http://www.freewarepalm.com/database/kstodo.shtml

    Both have been recently updated.

    Since it uses the same database, it shouldn't interfere with your Palm desktop.
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    Datebk5 can do what you ask. It's very flexible, allows for lots of customization. The developer maintains a Yahoo group (and is a frequent poster) at groups.yahoo.com/group/pimlicodatebk. There's also a free demo download at the developers site www.pimlicosoftware.com.
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    pochaco: thanks for the post. Ksdatebook requires my treo to run palm os 4, and my t300 is stuck in version 3.5. Datebk 5 looks like more than I need or want to spend. Any other suggestsions? I really appreciate these boards.

    EEK
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    Here are the all the commercial calendar products that are designed for the treo:
    - DateBk5 (pimlico software) - $25
    - Beyond Contacts (dataviz) - $30
    - Agendus (iambic) - $30
    - KeySuite (chapura) - $70

    As you can see, Datebk is the least expensive. I've tested them all extensively, but I always come back to Datebk.

    There may be shareware or freeware products available (try searching palmgear.com), but I'm not aware of any.

    (For what it's worth, I've been a Palm user for 5 years, a Treo user for nearly a year).

    Hope this helps.
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    Datebk 5 looks like more than I need or want to spend. Any other suggestsions?
    Here's a well-reviewed freeware that should work for your OS:
    http://www.freewarepalm.com/utilities/a5.shtml

    Tried it several versions ago; from the screenshots, it looks like it might have categories.
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    pochaco and jg70124: Thanks alot for your replies, they were each helpful.

    eek

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