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    I300 Printing

    What's the best way to print from my
    I300 while in the field. I've seen
    hardware on the net for $79. It was
    an IR converter with a USB connection
    for any printer. Is this the only option
    available as far as we know. Most
    printers, sans portable, don't feature
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    Well, if you're at a site where there's a network that supports VNC, I'll wager you could use PalmVNC to connect to a printer. Never tried it, though. Here's a URL:

    http://www.icsi.berkeley.edu/~minenko/PalmVNC/

    You could also dial into the network, if that was available. Although the IR idea seems much easier .

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    I'd like to print from my Word function.
    I see your point if I were online, but
    need a print application mainly for Word
    and Sheet.

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    I use DataViz Documents To Go. It is great! The new version 4.0 supports a third party printer via serial or IR. There is also a stand alone print application called PrintBoy which I bought for my Kyocera 6035 about six months ago. They sell a parallel to IR adapter which works great for non-IR printers (it comes with all the major player drivers: HPLJ, Epson, bla, bla, bla). Both apps are available on the web, I've bought and used both, and highly recommend them.
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