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Operate my old palm pilot? :)

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Just put palm pilot instructions into google, preferably with your pilots model number and it'll take you to the Palm Piolt site where you can download a pdf of the relevant manual. Its easier to do it this way than me explain, besides you can then work through it at your own speed. Hope this helps. Happy Christmas

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