How to Do Everything with Windows Mobile, Chapter 16

This excerpt provides information for using your mobile device at the office. You will find tips for connecting your device to your desktop at work and with the corporate network. Windows Mobile 5 includes PowerPoint Mobile, which you can use to view presentations created in PowerPoint on PCs. You will also learn ways to secure information and access your company's email, and how to run Windows programs.

 

 Get the most out of your pocket PC, pocket PC phone, or smartphone using the latest Windows Mobile software and this easy-to-follow guide. Learn fast and simple ways to manage all types of information-from everyday essentials such as scheduling appointments and storing addresses to balancing your checkbook and reading emailno matter where you go. Written in a step-by-step format, How to Do Everything with Windows Mobile by Frank McPherson shows you how to share data with other wireless devices, play music, watch videos, send messages, write letters, and much more. Whether your needs are business or pleasure, this handy guide will have you fully utilizing all of the expanded features and capabilities of your Windows Mobile device.

Chapter 16, "Be Productive at Work," provides information for using your device at the office. You will find tips for connecting your device to your desktop at work and with the corporate network. Windows Mobile 5 includes PowerPoint Mobile, which you can use to view presentations created in PowerPoint on PCs. You will also learn ways to secure information and access your company's email, and how to run Windows programs.

 Read Chapter 16, How to Do Everything with Windows Mobile, in this PDF.

(Reproduced from the book How to Do Everything with Windows Mobile, ISBN 0072262508, Copyright © 2006, The McGraw-Hill Companies. Reproduced by permission of McGraw-Hill Professional, Two Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10121. Written permission from McGraw-Hill is required for all other uses. Click here for a detailed description and to learn how to purchase this title.)

This was first published in June 2006

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