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  1.    #1  
    How do you beam a datebook+ entry to another Visor? Or is it possible? I've searched high and low. To do it I have to launch the original datebook, find the event, and then beam it. Slight annoyance.
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    Beaming is not possible from the Datebook+ application... you need to do it from Datebook.

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    That's somewhat lame. I can see that the extra attributes from DateBook + might not carry over to a typical DateBook or ActionNames user. But it still would be nice for it to beam the event and keep the basic attributes (time, title, date, alarm, etc).
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    If you upgrade to datebook4, you can beam from there...
  5.    #5  
    Does Pimlico have an upgrade price for Handpsring Visor owners? I couldn't locate one on their site easily. $24.95 is kinda pricey just for the feature of beaming entries. I don't do it that often enough to justify it. I may try it out for 45 days though.
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    Originally posted by AndrewB:
    $24.95 is kinda pricey just for the feature of beaming entries. I don't do it that often enough to justify it. I may try it out for 45 days though.
    DateBk4 does a lot more. Check out the review: http://www.jeffkirvin.com/writingony...lumn000425.htm

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    DateBook+ doesn't allow beaming because it was based on DateBk3, which didn't either. The new DateBk4 does have this feature.

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    I, too, thought DB4 was pricey -- until I got it. Wow! It's well worth the money -- at least to me. It has several different "views" -- and you can make custom views if those don't suffice. The thing I like best is it has the ability to assign entries to multiple categories -- and they transfer to Outlook.

    It also allows beaming a single record or a category of records. A friend recently got a new green Visor deluxe, and I was able to beam to her my categories in which she was interested (like the names, addresses and directions to all the quilt shops in Southern California!). Pretty cool!

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