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I would like to transfer the data from my OZ-770 to a more usable data base format file. Andy K.

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{ ... The most interesting feature of this organizer is that it can download additional programs. You can find plenty of existing programs on Sharp's web site www.mywizard.com. Most of them are pretty basic and uninteresting, certainly not the same variety or commercial quality you would find for a Palm or Windows PDA, but they're free. You can find out more about programming it yourself at www.ozdev.com. You can write your own programs for it on the PC in C or BASIC. It also supports an optional BASIC interpreter so that you can quickly write your own simple programs on the unit. The development kit and BASIC interpreter can be downloaded for free.

The PC interface is a serial port (19.2 kbps speed), a lot slower than USB, but not really a problem for the amount of memory on the unit. (But a potential problem for anyone with one of those new minimal PCs with only USB ports.)

The OZ-770PC package comes with a serial cable and Sharp backup software. The Sharp backup software is pretty basic. You can buy more expensive optional organizer software that supports it, and you can also find shareware on the web that supports it. It is capable of synchronizing with a PC database, ... }

http://www0.epinions.com/review/Sharp_Wizard_OZ_770__PDAs___Handhelds_OZ_770/content_102883233412

Basically you export is as a text file, and then you can import it into something like Excel in order to convert it to a different format.

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