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Posted 20 years ago | News | Chris Tilley 0 comments

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The Handheld PC community has been in a buzz for months, and now, finally. The wait is over.
SoftMaker GmbH, on the 9th finally rolled out PlanMaker.

Already a runaway hit, the officially named PlanMaker 2004 expands on the excellent reputation gained with the 2002 release of the desktop standard word processor TextMaker.
Users of 5 separate operating systems, including the all important (to us) Handheld PC can now have the functionality, compatibility and ease of use afforded by a desktop spreadsheet application. On their Handheld PC.

PlanMaker looks set to be of unravelled success in the Handheld PC market, thanks to Microsoft's decision not to continue - for now - development of a Handheld PC Platform incorporating Pocket Office. For users of the new generation of Windows CE 4.2 .net devices, simply the CE operating system on its own. PlanMaker will fill the void left by the departure of Pocket Excel, and then some.

PlanMaker offers everything that you would find on a desktop spread sheet program. Formulas, 2D and 3D charting, mathematical, financial, statistics, and data analysis functions. AutoShapes (aka Line Art) as well as all the functionality needed to create colourful presentation ready documents based around spread sheet data.
To top all this functionality, PlanMaker is also 100% Microsoft Excel 5.0, 95, 97, 2000, XP and 2003 compatible, allowing for seamless movement between Handheld PC device and Office / Home.

PlanMaker is available with a Recommended Retail Price of €50 EUD / $50 USD (£33 GBP, ¥6622 JPY est) and can be purchased immediately from SoftMaker.

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Posted on 13 June 2004 at 00:00By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

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