|Pocket Web Clipping FAQ|
|1.||What are Web Clipping Applications?|
|2.||Where can I download them?|
|3.||How do I install a Pqa file?|
Web Clipping Applications are also called Palm Query Applications or PQA files. Palm, Inc. invented web clippings to make it possible for users to easily access information on the Internet with a small screen and low connection bandwidth. Compared with web pages they are optimized for mobile devices and focus more on faster transfer and real-time data rather than generic web browsing. Web Clipping technology is used on wireless-capable Palm devices such as Palm VII/VIIx and Zire, and also other Palm OS devices with add-on software.
Numerous web sites are now enabled for web clipping. You
can visit the mobile section of your favorite web sites and see if they provide
one. Palm.net also provides a central place for Web Clipping Applications, you
can try the following link: http://software.palm.com/Wireless
After you download a Web Clipping Application, make sure you get the PQA file by either unzipping or executing the installer. Look for files *.pqa on the output directory.Once you have the pqa files, simply copy them to your PocketPC using ActiveSync or the Mobile Device folder of your PC.On your PocketPC, tab on the file to open it with Pocket Web Clipping directly or you can run Pocket Web Clipping first then import it through the "Import Pqa File" menu.
Pocket Web Clipping should run on any PocketPC 2000 or PocketPC 2002 OS, you need to make sure your PocketPC is connected to the Internet before you can access most of the feature of a Web Clipping Application. Refer to your PocketPC manual on how to connect to the Internet.