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The FASTtrack for your PDA, NAB2007
Click the link below to download a ZIP file containing everything you need for the NAB2007 FASTtrack. There are two versions. Palm users need OS 3.0 or higher and at least 2MB of RAM.
The Pocket PC version should run on any Pocket PC or Pocket PC 2002 with an ARM/XScale processor, but you need Microsoft ActiveSync 3.0 or later for the desktop.
Search for NAB2007 Exhibitors sorted alphabetically or by category. The alphabetical listing includes all the exhibitors. The categorical searches of radio exhibitors can be arranged alphabetically, or in booth number order by selecting the FASTtrack button.
The Broadcast Engineering Conference session guide gives you quick reference to the key sessions.
1. Unzip file PalmFASTtrack.zip into c:/palm/NAB2007. You will need to create the folder named NAB2007.
2. Once the files are extracted OPEN your Palm Desktop software.
3. Click on the install button and make sure that your username is displayed.
4. Click ADD and navigate to c:/palm/NAB2007. Select all the files shown below and click OPEN.
Click DONE. The next time you hotsync your Palm the Radio magazine NAB2007 FASTtrack, Exhibitor Directory and BEC session guide Palm app will be installed.
The installation may take 2 to 5 minutes.
Download the Palm ZIP file. Click this link and save it to your hard drive.
1. Click the link below and save the executable file to your PC.
2. Run the file and follow the prompts to install the program to your PocketPC.
Note: Some mobile phones with Windows Mobile have a smaller screen than a traditional Pocket PC device. The Radio magazine FASTtrack for the Pocket PC will not properly display on these devices. If you would like us to provide a version for these devices, tell us by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the Pocket PC executable file. Click this link and save it to your hard drive.
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