Thanks for your reply.
I should have framed a better question. Sorry! ::wry grin::
The __Rocket Spanish__ books are distributed as "Adobe Acrobat"
(.pdf) files. This is why Windows users must install "Acrobat Reader 6.0"
in order to view them. ("PDF" stands for "Portable Document Format".)
Under ideal conditions, PDF files look exactly the same
onscreen as they do in printed form. They can also be read by a wide
variety of operating systems (e.g. Windows, Macintosh, Unix, Linux, etc..)
Now...Adobe distributes Acrobat Reader for many handheld
devices (PDAs, or Personal Digital Assistants.) These machines were
once seen as little more than useful business toys. No more! The
current generation of PDAs and smartphones (such as the new Blackberry
models, the Apple IPHONE, and Palm's TX & Lifedrive) have evoved into
genuine personal computers. This is where things get dicey. Tiny
computers have tiny screens. They can't (usually) display the full width
of a standard book page; and so one must convert PDF files to a smaller
page size before viewing them. Some PDF files make a graceful
transition. Others do not.
The good news is that, once a PDF book has been re-sized for tiny
screens, it will work in -any- handheld computer.
Has anyone on the Rocket Spanish forum tried (either successfully
or not) to read these books on a PDA? I believe it can be
done...'tho it may take a bit of tweaking.
OK. Enough for now. :-)
Best Regards from New York,
[quo]*Quote from * Antonio
Yes it would be nice if everyone could have his/her preferred format to put on his/her preferred hardware with his/her preferred OS. :D
But as long as there is not a high demand for something , I guess it is not going to happen.
What is it exactly that you are after...as I am not familiar with PDAs at all.