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How to sync - 1.5 MB excel file to pocket excel

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February 26, 2005 3:07:43 PM

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Newbie!!

Just got new pocket pc and have pocket excel - tried to sync (2) separate
1.5 mb excel files to handheld only received 1 mb file each - rest is
missing on both . Have 64MB of memory and 312 MHz

Is there a max mb for pocket excel?
Is there a setting to change to allow larger transfer of file?
Help thanks in advance
Anonymous
February 27, 2005 12:24:56 AM

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There are sometimes issues with Activesync when transferring large
files.

As your files are fairly large perhaps they also have data formats that
aren't supported by pocket excel, like graphs? There are a number of
things not supported by the pocket version.



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| Newbie!!
|
| Just got new pocket pc and have pocket excel - tried to sync (2)
separate
| 1.5 mb excel files to handheld only received 1 mb file each - rest is
| missing on both . Have 64MB of memory and 312 MHz
|
| Is there a max mb for pocket excel?
| Is there a setting to change to allow larger transfer of file?
| Help thanks in advance
|
|
Anonymous
February 27, 2005 12:24:57 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.pocketpc (More info?)

To transfer large files, you will have much better luck and much faster
transfers using a memory card and card reader.... create a "My
Documents" folder on the card and copy the file there... it will then
appear in the excel file menu.

Note that pExcel may have some problems with large files... notably load
times.

In addition, 64 mb may not mean much... start/settings/system/memory may
expose the fact that there may be much less memory available than you
expect.

Beverly Howard [MS MVP-Mobile Devices]
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