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I don't have the instruction manual for hp iPAQ pocket PC 2003

Hp IPAQ pocket PC 2003 Pro w/Outlook 2002. I was given this pocket PC and I have no earthly idea how to use it. I would like to copy the instruction manual please. It has wonderful features like excel and so forth and I am anxious to learn how to use it and enjoy it. Thank you. hp pocket pc 2003 prem w/outlook 2002

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  • May 11, 2010

    There should be an "official" HP model number on a sticker on the back of the unit, possibly starting with h or hx. What is that number? With that information you should be able to find what you need right at HP's site.

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