User Name Remember Me? Hello peeps, I have this pdb palm database file which I want to open with my mac.
I tried ebook reader, didn't work. Can someone please help me out here. If I can at least convert into pdf file or any format that I can read with mac os I would be really happy. MacBook with Super Glue I think you can download a palm emulator, and then install the palm app and copy the pdb file to the emulator.
Find More Posts by danielsza. Will let you know, thanks though. Just found this: Palm Reader 1.
In my lab everyone has Windows so they use iSilo to read these documents from the Prof. I guess I will have to re-install windows on MBP just to read this. Thanks everyone for trying.
What Is a PDB File?
Heh, I'm stupid. Hopefully this will redeem myself.
I found a program called eReader there's a Mac version available--and it's free. I just downloaded it and tried opening a PDB file with it: Ok friend Two free utilities that might solve your problem. I've added one more.
I thought up till now that the poster is always notified of all changes. Then the utility makeztxt in "deconstruct" mode can get you back the.
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PDB File Extension - What is a .pdb file and how do I open it?
The format features RLE compression which was crucial because the format was designed for the low storage capacity Palm devices of the s. A PDF file can be any length, contain any number of fonts and images and is designed to enable the creation and transfer of printer-ready output. They do not encode information that is specific to the application software, hardware, or operating system used to create or view the document.
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