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IPAQ RX3715 Hello, Just wondered if anyone could tell me how I can place programs etc on the bar at the bottom of the screen. It already has the wifi icon down there but I would like to place one for the battery level there also. I know you can get to the battery level by navigating through the tree but I would just like to place it on the main screen. Many thanks.

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The only answer that I know of is third-party software. I have a battery monitor program that puts a battery meter down there, just like what you want. It's called "BatteryWatch 1.02" and I got it from pocketgear.com. Here's the url to the download page: http://www.pocketgear.com/software_detail.asp?id=2586 it's FREE. :-)

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