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15.2. Faxing

If you're a PalmPilot owner, you're probably more technologically advanced than most of the people around you. Although email is the most common method of transmitting written messages these days, a few old-timers aren't yet online. Fortunately, your PalmPilot can accommodate them—by sending faxes.

To turn your PalmPilot into a faxer, it needs a modem (see Chapter 12) and software, described next. (These fax programs work with any model.) Nobody will confuse the resulting faxes with laser printouts—the fonts that PalmPilot uses are bitmapped, meaning that you can see the individual dots that make up each letter—but what do you expect from a three-by-five-inch fax machine?


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