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    How would I get a good dictionary for my Visor?
    Is it possible to put the OED on visor?
    bookdarts bob
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    I use Noah Lite with the default free size (medium).

    It's been pretty reliable so far, and this version takes up about 2 megs. You can get both smaller and larger databases, but the larger ones require registration, I believe.

    Pick it up at http://www.arslexis.com
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    Originally posted by PeloGrande
    I use Noah Lite with the default free size (medium).

    but the larger ones require registration, I believe.

    Pick it up at http://www.arslexis.com
    I've got a five meg version running off a Flash Module. It's a nice dictionary.
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    I like Thesaurus from http://www.ddhsoftware.com. It can spell check and takes about 300k. I really like Textplus from http://www.smartcell.com. It pops up text to make writting faster. You can add words an it uses less than 200k. Neither has the amount of words Noah.

    [Edited by j762538 on 10-18-2000 at 07:09 PM]
    My Treo has more memory than I do.
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    I currently use noah...I use the large version (5 megs) cuz I got the space and it has everything I need for school. It could also be considered a thesaurus cuz it lists a couple of words for each entry so the prog just says for happy, satisfied and content, go to this ONE entry. That way it sazes valuable space! I haven't tried putting it on a spring board cuz I don't got one but it's an intriguing thought. Also all version of the word databases for Noah are free (noah's the prog and the databases (there's four of 'em) are from Wordnet)

    Hope that answers your question!

    Robert
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    I wonder when Landware will release their Merrium-Webster SB module?
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    Originally posted by bookdarts
    Is it possible to put the OED on visor?
    This page says the CD version requires 750MB of hard disk space, so don't expect you'll see the OED on Visor anytime soon. But how big is the largest CF card?
    Jeff
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    Assuming you could emulate the CD-ROM, it would fit on IBM's 1GB Microdrive. However, these drive cards do require a CF Type II slot.
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    Try out Franklin's Merriam-Webster Vest Pocket Dictionary for only $9.95. You need 1.5meg. You can run it from a springboard.

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