1. Create your presentation using PowerPoint or virtually any PC application.
2. To transfer your presentation, simply HotSync.
3. To give your presentation, connect your Treo to a projector or other VGA device and start your presentation.
Presenter-to-Go SD Card
VGA Cable (12” in length)
CD-ROM containing Presenter-to-Go desktop and Palm application, plus MARGI Mirror application
AC Adapter power supply 100-240V
14-button Infrared Remote Control
Projector Connection Cable
What You’ll Need
A Treo 600 or any Palm handheld with SD support
A computer running Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP/NT4 or Mac OS 8.5 thru 9 with HotSync and a CD-ROM drive
Any 1024x768 monitor, display or projector with standard VGA input
Where the Slides Come From
PowerPoint® 97/2000/XP on Windows
PowerPoint® 98/2001 on Mac
Virtually any PC application (e.g., Microsoft® Word, HTML, Paint)
Mobile Presentation Functions
Preview slides in thumbnail version
Make 1024x768 resolution color presentations on a projector or VGA display
Selectively hide/show slides
Drag and drop slide sorting
View slide text and presentation notes
Continuously loop slide show
Store multiple presentations
Remote advance, reverse, auto
Remote direct slide select
Remote return to last slide
Plug-in for PowerPoint 97/2000/XP for Windows and PowerPoint 98/2001 for Mac
Software for slide creation in any printable application, supported on Win 98/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP or Mac OS 8.5 thru 9.X
1024x768 color output
Plug & Play display controls
Automatic resolution detection of displays
Make a single presentation from multiple applications
Uses Treo's interal memory for storage
MARGI Mirror Palm application for graphic output of content shown on Treo display
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Read Merciful by Casey Adolfsson