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Borrow a Book | Complete Lending List

The Lawyer's Guide to Palm Powered® Handhelds
by Margaret Spencer Dixon

Lending Library Number: 32

The Palm Powered® handheld (PDA) is now an essential part of everyday life for an increasing number of lawyers. Whether used for coordinating client appointments, sending e-mail, tracking time, or simply checking the latest news on the Internet, the PDA has become an invaluable tool for lawyers on the go.

Whether you are a beginner, an advanced user, or simply deciding whether a PDA is right for you, this book will show you how a Palm Powered® handheld can make you more efficient and effective at what you do. Written especially for lawyers, it provides a multitude of new tips and tricks for getting the most out of Palm applications.

The book is packed with important how-to information/basic knowledge that lawyers need to know, and cool tricks that will surprise even more-experienced Palm users. Learn to take full advantage of your Palm Powered® handheld to manage addresses, appointments, expenses, and time; write memos; take notes; check e-mail; read books and documents; and much more. In addition, you'll find a wealth of suggested Web sites and handy tips from top legal power-users!


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