Here's a brief post on scanning to PDF with one button.
... here. It's where I'll be doing most of my blogging over the next while... see you there.
Developing applications on Windows Mobile is getting really interesting... imagine your LOB application on a handheld with a rich GUI replete with tabs, treeviews, datagrids, etceteras, and (here's the best part) PUSH technology. Here's the description of a TechEd session I'll be going to...
DEV003 Building Windows Mobile Applications Using Push Technologies
Have you wanted to develop your Windows Mobile applications using a push technology? In this lab, explore the push technologies available on the Windows Mobile 5.0 platform. Build an application that illustrates when various push technologies, such as MSFP, MSMQ, and SMS, are most appropriate.
So our “in the field“ Case Management system will soon get a whole lot more efficient.
To update my previous post about displaying and/or editing the document properties in a Word document, the latest release (a technical refresh) changes the interface and my instruction no longer works. Now, it's exposed more sensibly in the View tab of the ribbon:
Also, this release fixes a TON of bugs, and runs a gazillion times faster... nice job Microsoft. I'm beginning to like the new approach.