READ THIS FIRST Getting Started ™ Palm MacPac version 2 The easy way for Macintosh users to get organized.
Macintosh and transfer information between them. You will need all of the contents of the Palm MacPac and some of the contents of the handheld package. The items grayed out in this picture are not required to connect...
Set up your handheld For upgrading: If you are already using other software to synchronize your handheld with your Macintosh — such as MacPac 1.0 or Now Synchronize — perform ® a HotSync operation now to ensure the latest data is on your handheld. You can then skip to step 8.
Connect the cradle Turn off your Macintosh. Make the connection. • Connect the Macintosh adapter to the cable on your cradle. • Connect the cradle to either the printer or modem port on the back of the computer. Remember which port you connected the cradle to; you’ll need that information later. Turn on your Macintosh.
It also contains HotSync software that transfers data between your Macintosh and your handheld. Install the Palm MacPac software. • Insert the CD-ROM from Palm MacPac into your drive, then double-click the Palm ™ Desktop Installer icon.
™ MacPac CD-ROM for online documentation for Palm Migrating data from Claris Organizer If you were using Claris Organizer, you can now migrate your data to Palm Desktop software. • Make a backup copy of your Claris Organizer data file.
Drag the application files to the Install Palm Applications dialog box. Perform a HotSync operation to transfer the applications to your handheld. Installing conduits Conduits from Palm Computing and other software providers allow you to transfer information between more applications on your handheld and applications on your Macintosh.