Acrobat Reader for Palm vs. Tungsten E...

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Well, I just got a new Tungsten E recently, since I missed my old Vx.
I've got most of the programs I want installed on it for the time being,
and have been really having a kick with it... except I seem to be
running into some issues getting things set up to read PDF files.

I got a SANDisk 512MB SDRAM card, and have successfully loaded some
files (MP3's) onto it thru the Palm applications, so I'd venture a guess
that the USB connection for HotSync'ing works just fine, the SD card
works just fine, etc. etc.

It took me a while to get the Adobe Acrobat Reader for Palm d/l'd, and
when I finally installed it, it doesn't 'see' the Tungsten 'E'
hotsync'ing, so I can't utilize the 'get best settings' utility, and it
won't transfer the PDA-optimized PDF files on subsequent hotsyncs
either.  I've been reading thru the README.txt file and the User's Guide
PDF file that came w/ the software, but nothing overly helpful yet (the
Windows instructions are a bit more fleshed out than the Mac versions,
which is what I am using).

Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated.



I know more than enough *nix to do some very destructive things,
and not nearly enough to do very many useful things.

Re: Acrobat Reader for Palm vs. Tungsten E...

I use the Adone reader 6.0. Open the file then click the send to palm
button. 6.0 then converts the file you will get a screen then that says the
file will be downloaded at next hot sync. This doens't work on my TE i use
the palm desk top quick install and add the file i created in 6.0 to my SD
card, this works fine for me. Files must be converted first. adobe reader
for palm will not copy or read straight up pdf files.
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