> I am experiencing problems with Adobe Reader for Palm OS on my
> Tungsten-E. I am using Adobe Reader v. 3.05 and my desktop computer is
> a Macintosh G4 (dual 1 GHz processors). After installation, the Adobe
> Reader application appears on my Palm, but I don't seem to be able to
> transfer Acrobat files to the Palm using the desktop componet of Adobe
> Reader application.
> Has anybody else had this problem? Any ideas how to fix it? Any help
> would be greatly appreciated.
See the following from yesterday:
Re: Adobe.. again
From: Redsmartie <email@example.com>
Date: Friday 14 January 2005 16:24:17
On 2005-01-14 13:51:03 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
> Redsmartie wrote:
>> I solved the hotsync problem as per my other post but I noticed a send
>> to palm plugin for Acrobat. I checked acrobat but the plugin is in
> Are you sure you need to get a plug-in? The Window$ version comes with an
> installation wizard that not only adds the Palm application, but also
> provides a drag-and-drop-enabled tool, which allows sending PDF's to the
> Palm (after some processing and optimisations).
I get a conversion and send app. I just noticed the plug in when fixing
the install problem and thought I'd check it out. It's not necessary
but it would be nice to have.