May 17, 2010
2) Get the CD with the relevant No.
Install the update (in the 0-critical folder). If step 2 has not been properly done it won’t install.
Next, fix the recorder on its stand. A balloon will come up on Windows saying the device has been detected.
You now have to allow the detect options to run – DO NOT INSTALL THROUGH CD AGAIN. Choose “I’ll do this on my own option” and pick the device driver that Windows offers you (the check box at the bottom).
After that the recorder is ready to work.
May 9, 2010
Sites I come across that talk about improving one’s blogging.
Techniques to find readers:
April 30, 2010
License: DO NOT UPDATE!
Do not update this software – only version 2 works with the paid license. Newer versions have to be paid for, but the one I have is quite OK for my basic needs.
How to use:
Download my version from here (no longer available from the epim website!). Put in the key. Now the *.epim files will work.
CSV file for data import
Except for one-off entries, always transfer data into this CSV file before importing.
Vcard to xls
It is useful to transfer data into Vcards and then import into XLS, and transcribe into appropriate EPIM format, before importing into EPIM. Else the data goes into a great big bin and there is no way to classify it into groups. MAKE SURE you’ve filled the CODE field properly before importing into EPIM. CODE is the ‘Group’ field.
Exporting data from EPIM
If you use the vCard option it outputs one vCard at a time. That’s a total mess