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Palm Contrast

Palm Contrast

Palm Contrast

Like I stated earlier in a previous post...I just picked up a used Palm IIIxe which I like a whole lot.  One problem is that it didn't come with much documentation or instructions.  So with that in mind, can someone tell me how to adjust the contrast?  My buddy has a Handspring and they have a button right on their writing pad, but the Palm does not have this.  Therfore..I am not sure how to adjust my screen.  Thanks.


RE: Palm Contrast

There should be a black "dial" on the left back side. I have a Palm VII and thats where it is at on it.

James Collins
Computer Hardware Engineer

email: butchrecon@skyenet.net

RE: Palm Contrast

Thanks...I found it.

RE: Palm Contrast

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James Collins
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email: butchrecon@skyenet.net

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