I would install Agendus and DateBK5, then buy the one you like the best.
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I really like Agendus' "Vivid Agenda" feature. It allows you to have entries automatically assign icons and colorizations based on text strings in the entries. I find it very useful in getting a visual snapshot of my upcoming events at a glance.
I don't know how that answers the question though There is something called Date2Memo
that I believe does what you are asking. Look at the bottom of the PalmGear page and there is a 'to csv ' version as well, which I personally would find more usefull.
The question I have involves the calendar application.
Are there any enhancements for this program?
Also I have a lot of data within my calendar application.
From my desktop computer, its OS is Windows XP, is there anyway to transfer my data on to a Word Processing program or other format?
There are many free calendar enhancements. A good source to look at is www.freewarepalm.com. KS Datebook comes to mind first. More powerful and well rounded replacements to the built-in PIM apps would be DateBk and Agendus. Both have adequate free trials.
An free enhanced memopad replacement would offer basic text editing. You would also need to download a program that would convert your data into a .pdb file that wan be opened by the memopad replacement. Anything more powerful and you would want to look at Documents to Go or Quick Office.
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