Palm DOC files (ending with an extension of .pdb) should be installed on your Palm OS device using the Palm Install Tool software application that came with your PDA. This will prepare the document file for installation the next time you HotSync with your PC. Once you HotSync, the file will be installed on your PDA. If you have the correct reader application for the format of the document file already installed, then you should be able to read the document file on your PDA.
The individual Palm DOC files have been zipped for downloading. As such, you will need to unzip them prior to HotSyncing with your Palm. If you don't have an unzip program, you can download a freeware copy of the latest version of Allume's (formerly Alladin Systems) decompression utility for your operation system. Free decompression utilities are available for Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and DOS.
DOC is a generic name for a type of text document format usable by Palm devices. Many different freeware, shareware, and commercial Palm-based DOC reader applications exist, including:
Use any of the following programs if you want to read DOC files on your desktop PC (not on your Palm):
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