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To Do Application
This presentation was developed for the Palm Education Training Coordinator Program (PETC) and is to be used solely for this purpose. Permission to use this presentation, or a portion thereof, for any other purpose must be granted by Palm, Inc.
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This presentation uses the following cross-platform fonts: Arial, Times, and Wingdings
Wingdings
Note:  Use cross-platform fonts only!
Instruction, tips and activities are presented in Notes Page View.
Text colors are either:
pure black (Red=0, Green=0, Blue=0) or
pure red (Red=255, Green=0, Blue=0)
To Do Application
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Review both ways to launch To Do application.
Once the To Do List is launched, pressing the To Do button again switches user to the next category.
To Do Application
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With Palm OS 2.0 or later, beginning to write a To Do item with Graffiti will create a new item.
Default priority is always 1= highest. 5 is lowest.
Activity:
Participants will create a To Do list.
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Priorities can be set for each item.
A category can be chosen or created.
A due date can be attached to each item if desired. The pop-up menu offers frequently used deadlines such as today, tomorrow, and one week later.
An item can be marked as private.
A note can be created for an item.
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Tapping “Show” allows preferences to be set for To Do list.
  “Sort by” Sets how items are listed. 
The default is “Priority, Due Date” which means
sort the items by Priority, and within priority by Due Date.
“Show Completed Items” When OFF, a completed item disappears when the checkbox is tapped.
“Show Only Due Items” When ON, only items due today—or items with deadlines that have already passed, or items with no due date at all—appear in the list.
“Record Completion Date” When ON, today’s date is recorded in the Due Date field when an item is completed.
“Show Due Dates” When ON, the Due Date column is visible.
“Show Priorities” When ON, the Priorities column is visible.
“Show Categories” When ON, the Categories column is visible.
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Data-rich To Do lists have more information available. Due Dates, Priorities, and Categories are all visible and may be edited by tapping on them.
To Do Application
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Simple To Do lists have all To Do items visible, and completed items have an “X” in the checkbox.
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 To Do list can be sorted by:
Priority, Due Date This is the default sort order.  All priority 1 items are listed first, then priority 2 items, and so forth.  Items within a priority are sorted with the closest deadlines first.
Due Date, Priority Puts past due items at the top of the list, then the closest deadline items after that.
Category, Priority Sorts by Category (Business, Personal, …), then by Priority within the Category. If it is visible, the item category can be changed by tapping on it.
Category, Due Date Past due items are placed at the top of the list, then within category, items are sorted with the closest deadlines first.
NOTE:  The exclamation point means that the To Do item is past due.
To Do Application
To Do Application
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Select an item first then make menu choice.
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Users need to periodically clean up their To Do list by removing all completed items.
“Save archive copy on PC” means that these purged items will be backed up on the computer the next time a HotSync™ synchronization is preformed.
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The same Option menu items available in Date Book and Address Book menus are also available in To Do.
To Do Application
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Each built-in application remembers its own font size. For example, the Address Book can be set to use large fonts for easy reading, while setting the Memo Pad to a smaller font so that more text is visible at one time.