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RELEASE: ActivePrint 4.1 now supports Windows Mobile 5.0 to print PIM and Clipboard contents
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 04.01.06 - 18:09:23 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 8156x
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Pocket Watch Software has recently released the newest version of its award winning mobile printing solution: ActivePrint 4.1. Included in this new version is the support for printing PIM features such as Appointments, Contacts, Tasks and Inbox Messages. Also included is support for printing text and images from your device's clipboard!

Now, not only can you print as many as 80 different document types from your Windows Mobile to any MS Windows compatible printer, you can now print the most basic features of every Windows Mobile device. And with support for printing images and text from clipboard printing capability spreads to even more applications. Simply copy what you want printed from within your program and then queue up what you want printed by going into ActivePrint.

New Year/New Release Special – 50% Off
To celebrate the launch of the new ActivePrint and the New Year Pocket Watch Software is offering all editions of ActivePrint for 50 % off = half off to the first 20 customers! Simply use the discount code below before January 31st, 2006 to get your 50% off any of the ActivePrint editions listed below.

Discount Code: CPN0224380298

If you want to try ActivePrint 4.1 first, a seven days fully functional trial version is available too.

Cheers ~ Arne

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