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Synchronizing Information with a PDA or Mobile Phone
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If you carry a PDA, such as a Microsoft Windows Mobile Pocket PC, or a modern mobile phone, you can synchronize information from your mobile PC so that you can access it when you are away from your desk. The most commonly synchronized types of information are: Contacts details. The names, telephone numbers, and addresses of your contacts. This is particularly useful on a mobile phone because you can dial contacts without having to remember their telephone number. Synchronizing with the computer means that you only need to enter the details once. Calendar appointments. The time, date, and location of the appointments on your calendar. When synchronized with the latest information, your PDA or mobile phone gives you a reminder before your next appointment. E-mail. You can often synchronize your latest e-mails (usually without attachments) so that you can read them on your PDA or mobile phone. Note that e-mail can be awkward to read on a mobile phone due to the size of the screen. Music. Most PDAs and some mobile phones can play back digital audio files such as Microsoft Windows Media Audio (WMA) and MP3 files. These files can be copied from your computer and then played using your PDA or mobile phone.
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There are several ways to connect your mobile PC to a PDA or mobile phone. The most common way is to use a cradle or cable that usually comes with the PDA or mobile phone and connects to one of the USB ports on the mobile PC. You can also establish a
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connection with the PDA or mobile phone by using Bluetooth. This approach requires that both the computer and the device be Bluetooth-enabled. See Also
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For more information about identifying the USB sockets on your mobile PC, see Identifying Laptop Ports and Jacks in 2, Getting to Know Your Mobile PC Hardware. For details about Bluetooth, see Using Bluetooth Wireless Technology in 3, Introduction to Networking.
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Microsoft provides a program called Microsoft ActiveSync for use with Microsoft Windows Mobile and other ActiveSync-compatible devices that make synchronization easy. Note that to use this program, the device must be connected by Bluetooth or through a USB port. See Also
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For more information on ActiveSync, visit www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/ downloads/default.mspx.
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If your device doesn t support ActiveSync, read the manufacturer s documentation because your device probably includes a manufacturer-specific data synchronization program.
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If your mobile PC is part of a network, you probably store some of your files on that network. When you disconnect from the network, you lose access to those files unless you copy them to the hard disk of your mobile PC. Using Windows XP, you can create a copy of files that you want to access offline and that are usually stored on the network. That way, you can continue to read and edit the files, and then copy an updated version onto the network when you reconnect. If someone else changed the file on the network while you were away, you can either save a separate copy of your changed file or overwrite the current file.
Important Offline files are only available if you re using Windows XP Professional or Window XP Professional Tablet PC Edition.
In this exercise, you will configure your mobile PC to use offline files.
BE SURE TO have access to files and folders stored on a network share before beginning this exercise.
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Click Start, and then click Control Panel. In Control Panel, click the Appearance and Themes link. In the Appearance and Themes window, click the Folder Options link. In the Folder Options dialog box, click the Offline Files tab.
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Select the Enable Offline Files and Create an Offline Files shortcut on the desktop check boxes, and then click OK.
Note If Fast User Switching has been enabled on your mobile PC, these options won t be available. To turn off Fast User Switching, click Start, click Control Panel, and then click User Accounts. In the User Accounts dialog box, click Change the ways users log on and off, clear the Use Fast User Switching check box, and then click OK.
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