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  1. LennyV's Avatar
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    Hi Guys and Gals,

    I just downloaded cspotrun, and a purchased an e-book, which came in adobe or pdf format. How do I get the e-book into my visor? (I am a computer neophyte, so its probably a simple answer)

    Thanks for your help
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    You got the wrong e-book.
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    You should get your e-books from http://www.peanutpress.com for they were made for the palmpilots.

    If you happen to have Adobe Acrobat (not the reader) to get yourself out of that jam, use
    Pdf2Doc
    http://hotfiles.zdnet.com/cgi-bin/te...01007&b=zdpalm
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    Another good source for books (free) is http://www.memoware.com

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    Wow I guess thier was not an simple answer. The book I bought was not available at memoware,(its a marketing book, available only from the author). Does anyone know of a pdf converter that does not require the full version of adobe acrobat?
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    If you are using a PC to hotsync with, you might want to check out InstallBuddy from http://www.backupbuddy.com. They have a pluging that will convert PDF files to palm DOC files, which are installed on your next sync. Great software.

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    I Just wanted to post a public thank you to chow chow who was nice enough to convert my e-book into doc format.

    Chow chow your allright!
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    does anyone know if installbuddy works on a mac or if there is a mac version? if not, is there a comparable app?

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