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= One thing you need first =
Bluetooth capable phone [that supports bluetooth dialing]:
Not all phones do this, even the ones with Bluetooth. My Motorola V551 worked fine with bluetooth dialing. My new Samsung does not, even though the palm and the phone recognize each other. With my Samsung, I can only send and receive contact info.
So say you have a BT phone that supports BT diailing...
===setup your phone and palm===
In Palm Applications
Ensure BT is on and that your Palm is Discoverable and has a Name
Select "Setup Devices"
Select "Phone Setup"
Select "Phone Connection"
Follow through the setup guide and you should be nearly set.
Once complete, exit back to Applications
==dial a contact==
goto Contacts (or press the contacts button)
select a contact so you see the contacts vCard info on screen
at the top center of the screen select the palm icon.
select the number for quick connect.
you should then be in business
There is a program called Peacemaker that will allow you to transfer contacts by IR. I used it to transfer from my Palm III to my IPaq and from my IPaq to my T-68i. It will only allow a block of 50 contacts at a time
Many years ago I transfered my SHARP organizer files too my first Palm III. The Sharp offered a file export option. I exported to CSV format and then from CSV to the Palm pdb.
Check the CASIO boards also.