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Part VI: Appendixes > General Procedure

D.1. General Procedure

To create a PQA, you start with an HTML web page on your desktop computer. The page can contain standard HTML 3.2 codes plus small, four-color grayscale graphics. You run your finished web page through a free Windows program called QABuilder, which converts the HTML and images into a PQA. (You can sign up for access to QABuilder from http://www.palm.com/devzone/palmvii.) You can then install the PQA onto your Palm VII and run it like any other application. Details on these steps are given later in this discussion. (QABuilder is available in separate versions for Windows and Macintosh.)

In designing the web page, you'll probably want to use a standard web browser and editor; more sophisticated HTML generators tend to be harder to control. Many of the things you can do with HTML are very inefficient for a Palm VII—and some HTML tags don't work at all on the Palm VII, as described later in this appendix.


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