[access-uk] Re: Announcement: Attention Handy Tech Bookworm users

Hi Ian,

But if I remember, your question was were there any instructions?  This is 
why I responded about this wonderful thing called online help.  Loosen up 
mate, if you have a problem with functionality, write to me off list and I 
will try to help you, but usually instructions are contained in online help 
nowadays.  And I did answer your question specifically about 
configuring.  Just plug in the Worm and explore the app.  Any problems, 
come back.

All the best

At 12:47 22/06/2004, Ian Macrae spake these words of wisdom
 >Yes, Steve, there is that.  But I was also given to understand that HT tech
 >support came in a human form too which is why I asked what is a perfectly
 >reasonable and easily answered question.
 >Cheers now.
 >
 >Ian
 >  ----- Original Message -----
 >  From: Steve Nutt
 >  To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
 >  Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 11:33 AM
 >  Subject: [access-uk] Re: Announcement: Attention Handy Tech Bookworm users
 >
 >
 >  Hi Ian,
 >
 >  There is this wonderful thing, called online help <Smile>.  Dig into 
it, it
 >  is quite comprehensive.
 >
 >  No configuring is required, it should detect any HT devices connected to
 >  your computer automatically, and offer them to you in a combo box.  You
 >  don't even have to tell it which com port you are on any more.
 >
 >  All the best
 >
 >  At 09:11 22/06/2004, Ian Macrae spake these words of wisdom
 >   >Thanks for posting that Steve.  Are there any destructions on how to 
use it
 >   >or is it obvious once you plug the worm in?  And do you have to configure
 >   >the port as with the older version?
 >   >Cheers now.
 >   >
 >   >Ian
 >   >  ----- Original Message -----
 >   >  From: Steve Nutt
 >   >  To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
 >   >  Sent: Monday, June 21, 2004 11:13 PM
 >   >  Subject: [access-uk] Re: Announcement: Attention Handy Tech Bookworm
 >users
 >   >
 >   >
 >   >  Hi Ian and all,
 >   >
 >   >  Sorry, my fault, too late at night.  Just put an E at the end of that
 >  link,
 >   >  as in the following:-
 >   >
 >   >  http://www.comproom.co.uk/download/htcom20011b.exe
 >   >
 >   >  All the best
 >   >
 >   >  At 21:51 21/06/2004, Ian Robinson spake these words of wisdom
 >   >   >Hi Steve,
 >   >   >
 >   >   >I've just tried getting the download from your site and got a 404
 >error.
 >   >   >
 >   >   >Cheers.
 >   >   >
 >   >   >Ian
 >   >   >
 >   >   >----- Original Message -----
 >   >   >From: "Steve Nutt" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
 >   >   >To: <access-uk-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
 >   >   >Sent: Monday, June 21, 2004 9:24 PM
 >   >   >Subject: [access-uk] Announcement: Attention Handy Tech Bookworm 
users
 >   >   >
 >   >   >
 >   >   >> Hi folks,
 >   >   >>
 >   >   >> For all those who own HandyTech Bookworms, here, at last, is 
the true
 >   >   >> Windows software.  In fact, this software works with any Handy Tech
 >   >   >device.
 >   >   >>
 >   >   >> Please download the latest version of HTCOM for Handy Tech
 >products, at
 >   >   >> http://www.comproom.co.uk/download/htcom20011b.ex or for all
 >HandyTech
 >   >   >> software, including HTCOM, please visit
 >  ftp.handytech.de/public/software.
 >   >   >>
 >   >   >> Any support questions about the new software, please contact me 
off
 >  list.
 >   >   >>
 >   >   >> Thanks.
 >   >   >>
 >   >   >> All the best
 >   >   >>
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