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Pocket PC Add-On

Series: BirdBase for Windows Volume: 5
By: Santa Barbara Software Products
Pocket PC Add-On
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&b;Operating System&o;
Windows 3.1, 95, 98, ME, XP, NT, or 2000.
Macintosh by using the Windows emulation program Virtual PC.

&b;Memory and Disc&o;
Several megabytes of unused hardspace,

Add-on software which puts in a Pocket PC word processor file any of the BirdBase "short lists", listing the species and their families to be seen in one of the hundreds of BirdBase world areas. This enables much easier sighting in the field. This makes it very easy to record sightings in the field, which are added automatically to BirdBase on returning home.

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Series: BirdBase for Windows Volume: 5
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