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Version: 3.1

Platforms: Palm

Categories: Organisation & Productivity

Upload date: 29 May 12

Developer: Rick's Palm Pilot Software

License: Shareware

Price: 12.00 $

Downloads: 1
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ThisWeek gives you a weekly view of your appointments in a manner similar to weekly planners. Each day is a listbox of appointments for the day which can be selected and automatically bought up in the Daily view of DateBook. ThisWeek is intended as a front end to DateBook, and usually is used to launch DateBook to the appointment of interest. Re-program your hardware DateBook button to call this ThisWeek, and then launch DateBook from ThisWeek.

What's New in This Release:

· - Added a Cal button to the daily view to take you to a specific date without going back to the week view.
· - Added the option to disable the new day view.
· - Fixed a minor bug, thisweek did not reset the date as 12:00PM passes.

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Supported operating systems: Palm OS 4.x, Palm OS 5.x
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