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#1 flat

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Posted 13 September 2004 - 07:05 PM

Yep.. i have problems transfering .mcs Files to my classpad 300. I found out how to transfer .CPA files but need a little help with those others.. so if some one plz could write inoob-safe nstructions for me. THX! :hammer: :hammer:

Ps. Kann auch deutsch falls des leichter sein w?rde

andy.davies: i have moved this topic to the classpad forum, as it is classpad related!

#2 CrimsonCasio

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Posted 13 September 2004 - 07:29 PM

Quote from CRBFAQ: (Crimson's Really Big FAQ, not currently available online ;) )

1. How do I transfer .MCS files from my computer to my classpad?
A) Follow these steps:
1. Open your Classpad manager, if the trial has already expired skip step 2
2. Right click the manager and select ?Exchange Window?
3. Make sure the classpad and computer are properly connected.
4. Click the ?Connect? button (first button on the left, in the Classpad section)
5. Your classpad is now connected and ready to begin transfer
6. Hit the ?Variables? button (second from the right on either side)
7. Now you have a view of all .MCS type data on your classpad (folders and files), you can now add more to it.
8. To Add a .MCS file from your computer right click the ?Computer? icon and select ?Insert Existing Image?
9. Locate the .MCS file on your computer and open it.
10.  Drag and drop the .MCS file or any amount of data from it into the classpad side of the screen.



#3 betoe

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Posted 13 September 2004 - 08:47 PM

I have that on my site too :D, but in spanish. I put that on a doc file and available for download. A lot of people wrote me asking that, so i decided to put that online. I think there is similar case that with you Crimsoncasio.

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Posted 13 September 2004 - 08:56 PM

lol, yeah :)
im making a huge list of questions I get asked via e-mail and the forum. that is number one on the list ;)

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Posted 18 September 2004 - 04:57 PM

Thanks! Worked fine :rock:




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