The book breaks its subject down into logical units (pieces of software such as Pocket Office and Pocket Streets) and then subdivides those units by task (Using Paste Special in Pocket Excel, editing and removing Pushpins in Pocket Streets). It includes sequential instructions in many cases, but rarely as numbered steps--it is written in paragraph form, addressing variations and potential errors as they become relevant. A chapter called "Advanced Personalisation for Your Faithful Companion" reveals all sorts of excellent details, and a section on "Ten Things every user should change in the Control Panel" will have most readers' Pocket PCs powered up immediately. --David Wall
Topics covered: The Pocket PC line of handheld computers, including models in the HP Jornada, Compaq iPAQ, and Casio Cassiopeia lines. This is documentation for ordinary users of the personal organisers who haven't explored all of the capabilities of Pocket Office, Pocket Streets, the time-management tools, the multimedia utilities, and the Pocket PC games.
I purchased this book after being disappointed by the documentation that came with the HP iPAQ. I have finished the book in about 45 minutes and did not learn anything other than... Read morePublished on Feb. 1 2003 by Bradford Benn
If you want an excellent book to get you up and running with your Pocket PC, this is it. It covers everything from getting started, to using Pocket Outlook, to recommended... Read morePublished on June 27 2002 by Jeff K. Groseth
Well organized and thoroughly written, the reader can start at any chapter depending on his/her previous knowledge. Read morePublished on Sept. 5 2001 by Marcelo A. Soto Quiroga
I bought this book and this is one of the best book i ever bought. it is recommended for the hp jornada users (i have a hp 545)because you find everythink you want. Read morePublished on March 18 2001 by Nikolaos S. Bessis