Hi, Here is a slide show editor program and a slide show viewer program, both for the Pocket PC device. These programs limit you to a total of 8 slides. You can have a varying number of slides from 1 up to 8. You can attach a (.wav) file to each slide. You can select a slide delay from 1 to 30 seconds. You will want to set the slide delay to be longer than the length of the audio (.wav) file that you have attached to it so you can here it play completely. Each of the 8 slides can have a different slide delay from 1 to 30 seconds. The idea here is to use the Editor program to develop your slide show and get it the way that you want it and save the data file. The Viewer program will read the data file that was created by the Editor program to run the slide show. You can run the Viewer program through the Setup Builder program to create an install file that can be installed on a Pocket PC device. You can create a variety of slide shows that users can download and view on their Pocket PC devices. When you create your slide show using the Editor program you can select files located anywhere on your Pocket Pc device: Compact Flash cards, SD Memory cards or any directory on the Pocket PC. Once you have setup the data for your slide show the data will be saved in the data file called: Ez8EData.txt You must use a text editor program to edit the file: Ez8EData.txt to create the Ez8VData.txt file for the Viewer program before you run it through the SetupBuilder Program to create your (.CAB) installation file. When SetupBuilder creates the (.CAB) installation file for your program it will put all of the files into one directory when the (.CAB) file installs your program on a Pocket PC device. The Ez8EData.txt file must be edited to point to the "local" directory when looking for the Picture and (.wav) audio files. For example: If the Editor program found a picture file in the following directory: \My Documents\Pic1.jpg The Ez8EData.txt file must be edited to look like this: Pic1.jpg If the Editor program found a (.wav) file in the following directory: \My Documents\Audio.wav The Ez8EData.txt file must be edited to look like this: Audio.wav Editing the Ez8EData.txt file like this will prepare it to look for the Picture and (.wav) files in the "Local" directory. Once the Ez8EData.txt file has been modified it should be saved as Ez8VData.txt which can then be loaded into the SetupBuilder program to create the Viewer Slide Show install (.CAB) file. Here is an example of an Ez8EData.txt file created with the Editor Program with data for all 8 of the slides. The 8 Picture files are listed first (for slides 1 to 8). The 8 (.wav) audio files are listed next (for slides 1 to 8). The 8 slide delay times are listed next (for slides 1 to 8). The number of active slides in the slide show is listed next. The Picture for the Main Screen in the Editor is listed next. The Picture for the Main Screen in the Viewer is listed last. The following is the text as it appears in the Ez8Data.txt file when created using the Editor program: \My Documents\P4A.JPG \My Documents\P4B.JPG \My Documents\P4C.JPG \My Documents\P4D.JPG \My Documents\P4E.JPG \My Documents\P4F.JPG \My Documents\P4G.JPG \My Documents\P4H.JPG \My Documents\A1.WAV \My Documents\A2.WAV \My Documents\A3.WAV \My Documents\A4.WAV \My Documents\A5.WAV \My Documents\A6.WAV \My Documents\A7.WAV \My Documents\A8.WAV 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 4 \My Documents\EZ8EDIT.JPG \My Documents\EZ8VIEW.JPG Before we run the file through the SetupBuilder program to create the (.CAB) install file we must edit the Ez8EData.txt file to look like this and save the modified data file as the Ez8VData.txt file that is used by the Viewer Program. P4A.JPG P4B.JPG P4C.JPG P4D.JPG P4E.JPG P4F.JPG P4G.JPG P4H.JPG A1.WAV A2.WAV A3.WAV A4.WAV A5.WAV A6.WAV A7.WAV A8.WAV 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 4 EZ8EDIT.JPG EZ8VIEW.JPG This modification to the Ez8EData.txt file will point the Viewer program to the "local" directory where the (.CAB) installation file installed the Viewer Program and all of the files needed to run the Slide Show that you have created. To create a (.CAB) install file. Use Basic4ppc to compile the program EZ8VIEW.SBP for the device. The files that you need to add to the SetupBuilder program inorder to create a (.CAB) installation file are: EZ8VIEW.EXE EZ8VDATA.TXT EZ8VIEW.JPG G40W35.JPG R40W35.JPG B60W35.JPG G60W35.JPG R60W35.JPG Y60W35.JPG SB1.JPG SB2.JPG SB3.JPG SB4.JPG SB5.JPG SB6.JPG SB7.JPG SB8.JPG SR1.JPG SR2.JPG SR3.JPG SR4.JPG SR5.JPG SR6.JPG SR7.JPG SR8.JPG SW1.JPG SW2.JPG SW3.JPG SW4.JPG SW5.JPG SW6.JPG SW7.JPG SW8.JPG The above files are needed by the program to run and includes the program .exe file, the data .txt file, the main screen .jpg picture file, and all of the .jpg graphic button image files. The next group of files are the Picture image .jpg files and the (.wav) audio files that can have any name that you want to give them. The ones included in this example are listed below. P4A.JPG P4B.JPG P4C.JPG P4D.JPG P4E.JPG P4F.JPG P4G.JPG P4H.JPG A1.WAV A2.WAV A3.WAV A4.WAV A5.WAV A6.WAV A7.WAV A8.WAV Once you have loaded all of these file into the SetupBuilder program you should enter text for the Company Name and text for the Program Name and then Press the Build button to create the (.CAB) installation file for your slide show program. The file "Ez8e1.JPG" is a screenshot of the Editor Program's main screen. The file "Ez8e2.JPG" is a screenshot of the Editor Program's Slide Edit screen. The file "Ez8e3.JPG" is a screenshot of the Editor Program's Text Edit screen. The file "Ez8v1.JPG" is a screenshot of the Viewer Program's main screen. The file "ez8edit.sbp" is the Basic4ppc source code for the Editor Program. The file "ez8view.sbp" is the Basic4ppc source code for the Viewer program. The file "Ez8EData.txt" is a sample data file used by the Editor program. The file "Ez8VData.txt" is a sample data file used by the Viewer program. The file "Ez8Editzip.zip" is the zipped up ARMV4 (.CAB) install file for the Editor program. The file "Ez8Viewzip.zip" is the zipped up ARMV4 (.CAB) install file for the Viewer program. As a last step before you get ready to run your slide show through the SetupBuilder program, you can use the Editor program's Text Edit screen to edit the Ez8EData.txt file by going through each data line and making the necessary modifications and then saving the data back to the Ez8VData.txt file. You can edit each data line entry yourself using the Soft Input Panel keyboard or you can just press the "Auto Scan" button to automatically edit the data file to prepare it for a "local" directory. From the "Data: Text Editor" screen, press the "Read" button to the left of the Label "Editor: EZ8EDATA.TXT" to read the contents of the editor's data file which will be displayed in the large textbox window. Then press the "Auto Scan" button which will remove all "directory" specific information from the file data. Finally, press the "Save" button to the right of the Label "Viewer: EZ8VDATA.TXT" to save the modified data to the .txt file used by the Viewer program. Take the newly modified "EZ8VDATA.TXT" file and load it into the SetupBuilder program to build your slide show's (.CAB) installation file. When you install the zipped up programs from this page all of the graphic button images will be placed into the program directory created by the (.CAB) installation file when you install it on a Pocket PC device. You can make a copy of all of those button images from either the Editor programs directory or the Viewer programs directory when you are creating your own slide show. Your graphic images should be 240 pixels wide by 220 pixels high. You can take any picture and use a graphics program on a PC to resize the image to the 240 x 220 size. You can create musical (.wav) files or use a Text-to-Speech synthesizer program on a PC to create a "talking" (.wav) file or record your own voice to a (.wav) file. You can customize the 240 x 220 graphic image that is displayed when the Editor or Viewer programs start up. Just enter the picture file name into the Main Screen textboxes for the Editor and Viewer on the "Edit Slide Screen". Your picture images should be (.JPG) JPEG files just because they do not take up a lot of storage space. You can easily convert a (.BMP) file to a (.JPG) file using MS Paint.