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Handwriting Recognition on an iPAQ h2200

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I just got one via eBay.  Works great.  I am happy.

I can set it to use Transcriber on Pocket Word.

Works as well as can be expected considering the quality of my handwriting.

But as I write, the screen fills up with converted text and crowds out
the input area.  Is there a way to force the program to scroll after the first
two or three lines???

Once again, the documentation doesn't seem to help.
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I have found a work around.

When you open a file type a bunch of carriage returns: 10 to 20 depending on the
font size you are using.  You need to get a scroll bar on the right side of the screen.

Next tap at the beginning of the first line to move the text insertion point back to the
beginning of the file and start writing.

As the screen fills up, you can use the scroll bar to clear more space on the screen.

All your files will have a bunch of blank lines at the end, but it makes it pretty easy to
input text.
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