Adobe Reader for Pocket PC software lets you view Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files on Pocket PC devices. Adobe Reader for Pocket PC includes . PocketXpdf is a PDF viewer for the PocketPC and Windows Mobile platform. It is free and open source. PDF Readers for Windows Mobile & Pocket PC. Adobe Reader for Pocket PC adapts PDF files for viewing on smaller screens. Foxit Reader for Windows Mobile supports Windows Mobile /// and Windows CE //
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Foxit Reader for Pocket PC is a slick utility with a small footprint (MB) that enables you to read PDF documents on your handheld. It's still in. Adobe Reader for Pocket PC The Adobe Reader for the Pocket PC is a free reader that will allow the viewing of PDF files on a Pocket PC. Adobe PDF files have been the closest thing we have in the computer industry to a universal document format. Documentation, schematics.
Note that if the filename is too long to fit in the slot, only a part of the filename is displayed and the page number is omitted. Loading a bookmark makes PocketXpdf load the right file and jumping to the right page. The rendering of pages takes between 1 and 2 seconds. To me this is quite acceptable. Only disadvantages are: The low number of slots available for bookmarking five.
The file browser doesn't display PDF files located in a sub folder of a sub folder. Might have been my mistake, I mean I can't recall how and if I uninstalled the program from my PC as well, but I had to delete an entry from the registry to fix this issue other then changing the extension and changing it back after copying the file via Microsoft ActiveSync.
Holm, M. Spuida, eBook offered by Apress free of charge. If you are a brand newcomer to the CE world, the process of installing apps may seem strange at first. The PocketPC way to install programs is to download them to your desktop computer, then run the install process on the PC!
When you run the install process on the desktop, it determines the device's processor type and configures the installs accordingly.
I say normally because, on a hunch, I "opened" one of the CE installation EXE files with Winzip and found that it contained a variety of CAB files whose extensions indicated the processor type. I was then able to unpack the appropriate CAB file, copy it to a Compact Flash card, and by clicking on the file using the CE Explorer, the install was initiated.
Some setup programs can't be opened using WinZip, so the installation process must be run on the PC. However, if you run the install process with the PocktPC disconnected from the PC, the setup program will extract the cab files and store them on the PC to wait for the next "sync.
While this saves space, if you need to reinstall or install on a different machine, it's nice to prevent this deletion and it's easy Next, there are several "Cab Installation" apps that allow you to both install Cabs directly, but also control where the install will take place plus nicities such as allowing the user to determine if the cab should be deleted by default after each installation.
I have been using CabInstal for a couple of years and now prefer it to the above manual process. It can be "associated" with the. CAB file extension, but I find it more flexible to copy the executable to the "Cabs" directory on a storage card so that when installing an app for a client or populating a new device, it can be done without needing the file association to be registered.
It's a full package, with the ability to run any dos program that does not require extended memory including the ability to access the com ports which makes it fully usable as a terminal. The FAT16 gotcha is at play here as well. The "My Documents" folder and any long filenames will be invisible to dos.
PocketDos complicates the issue by being unable to see any long filename no matter where it was generated. Can't "Find" things The "find" command is one of the many Window's tools that is missing from CE Explorer and does not appear to do a decent job when launced from the "start" menu. It's my assumption that it's only checking the top two levels infamous "My Documents" folder. The solution is to get a third party tool that does file searches My recommendation would be Kilmist File Quest that also allows string searches within files.
There is another double gotcha as well. One of "Find's" jobs is to hunt down large files when you run low on memory. First, it still only checks the My Doc Finding Anything about a Contact "Find" does have it's place Contact's internal search function is limited to first and last name, but "Find" will find anthing in any field There are, however a couple tips and a gotcha. The tip is to know how PocketDos deals with drive assignments and what the current assignment is.
The problem is that the default assignments change depending on the presence of a compact flash card. The "gotcha" is that damm "My Documents" issue.
Doesn't exist as far as Dos can tell since it doesn't have the dual FAT directory entries. Bottom line The Internet Slow down OTOH, the best way to implment it initially is using the included Avantgo software that downloads links you specify on your desktop, then populates the CE device when you sync It's much nicer and easier than it sounds.
Hint, after you install it and make your online selections, download and install the newest version.
Looking at network cards? Two tips. Cons Can't seem to access a help file on the app. Hmmmm Summary Well worth the money spent. Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Pros i wantt opp Cons it slow klk Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Pros No problem displaying and scaling documents Cons Can't seem to directly open email attachments without downloading and saving them then opening Reader separately.
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Pros This is simple and it works. Cons None so far. Pros Nice tool to have. I had this installed on my LG Incite and it was handy. Pros Easy to use. Cons I have not had any problems in using this program. Pros great to work with mobile Cons software heavy for mobile Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Cons The interface might be too complex for new users.
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