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Absolute beginner's guide to Tablet PCs

Author: Craig F Mathews (Craig Forrest); Safari Tech Books Online.
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Que, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : EnglishView all editions and formats

Welcomes readers to the future of mobile computing with an easy to follow guide to Tablet PCs.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Craig F Mathews (Craig Forrest); Safari Tech Books Online.
OCLC Number: 873798776
Notes: Made available through: Safari Books Online, LLC.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction Available via World Wide Web Boston, MA : Safari.
Description: xiii, 390 p. S. ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction. I. What Makes the Tablet PC Special? 1. Introducing the Tablet PC. Your Digitizer Pen. Tablet PC Pros and Cons. Tablet PC Tutorials. Thoughts About the Tablet PC's Future. 2. Why the Tablet PC? What Is the Tablet PC? Comparisons to Other Platforms. Tablet PC Differences. 3. Usage Scenarios. The Photographer. The Construction Supervisor. The Consultant/Project Manager. The Salesperson. The Executive. The Doctor. The Attorney. The Real Estate Agent. The Home Inspector. The Insurance Adjuster. The Service Technician. The Student. The Family. Wrap-up. II. Configuring and Using Your Tablet PC. 4. Tablet PC Hardware Configuration. Hardware Buttons. Input Options. Data Communications Options. 5. Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Configuration. Basic Interface Settings. View Things Differently: Screen Settings. Other Settings and Options. Overall Display Properties. III. Using Included Applications. 6. Using Windows Journal. Start with the Windows Journal Tutorial. Windows Journal Basics. Making Sense Out of Scribble. Sharing Your Notes with Others. 7. Advanced Windows Journal. Beyond the Pen. Windows Journal Templates. Creating Forms. Outlook Integration. Working with Other Applications. 8. Using the Tablet PC Input Panel. Input Panel Basics. Using the Input Panel Writing Pad. Setting Input Panel Options. Maximizing Handwriting Recognition. Get Help with the Online Tutorial. 9. Speech Recognition And Voice Control. How Does Speech Input Work? Training the System. Using Voice Commands. Using Speech Recognition. IV. Data Communication and Protection. 10. Wireless Networking. What Is Wi-Fi? Finding and Connecting to Public Access Points. How to Connect to an Access Point. Securing Your Wireless Network. 11. Keeping Your Data Safe and Synchronized. Establishing Good Security Practices. Data Management. Protecting Yourself with Backups. Data Synchronization. Accessing Data While Offline. V. Using Other Included and Free Applications. 12. Sticky Notes. Why Use Sticky Notes? Sticky Notes Basics. Advanced Stickies. 13. PowerToys for Tablet PC. Calculator for Tablet PC. Dictionary Tool for Tablet PC. Hold Tool for Tablet PC. Snipping Tool for Tablet PC. Thumbnail View Tool. Complete List of PowerToys as of Late 2003. 14. InkBall and Other Free Games for the Tablet PC. Hoop Strategy Game. InkBall. Maze Game for Tablet PC. New York Times Crossword Puzzle for the Tablet PC. Puzzle Game for Tablet PC. Tablet Pool. Tic-Tac-Toe. Writing Recognition Game. How Well Does the Tablet PC Handle Other Computer Games? VI. Using Microsoft Office 2003 with the Tablet PC. 15. Using Microsoft Office 2003 Applications with Your Tablet PC. How Office 2003 is Different from Office XP. Downloading Office XP Pack for Tablet PC. The Power of Ink in Office 2003. The Power of Voice in Office 2003. Tablet PC Features in Office 2003. Tablet PC Features in InfoPath 2003. Tablet PC Features in Visio 2003. 16. Microsoft OneNote 2003. What is OneNote? OneNote Basics. Using OneNote in Meetings. Using OneNote for Information Gathering. VII. Extending Your Tablet PC. 17. Hardware Options. Docking Stations. Input Devices. Storage Devices. Bluetooth. Security Devices. Cell Phones. Headphones. Power Accessories. Other Complementary Devices. 18. Useful Software. Free Software. Commercial Software. Niche Tablet PC Applications. VIII. Learning Resources for the Tablet PC. A. Additional Resources. Web Sites. Books. Magazines. B. Quick Reference. Tablet PC Hardware Configuration. Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Configuration. Windows Journal. Tablet PC Input Panel. Speech Recognition. Microsoft Office 2003 Ink Tools. Index.
Other Titles: Tablet PCs
Responsibility: Craig F. Mathews.


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