How to Change Colors in Pocket Informant

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Pocket Informant provides a streamlined alternative to Windows Mobile's native calendar, notes, tasks and contacts utilities. You can access all of your organization tools in one location and choose from several layouts for viewing your data. But not all of Pocket Informant's customization features are purely utilitarian. If you're not happy with the aesthetics of the program's current layout, you can change the colors of Pocket Informant menu and text components.

Changing Color Schemes

  • Tap on your Pocket PC's "Start" button. Select the "Programs" option from the "Start" menu. Tap on Pocket Informant's icon in the "Programs" menu.

  • Tap on Pocket Informant's "Menu" button. Tap on the "My Informant" option in the menu and then tap on the "Color Schemes" option in the sub-menu. A list of available color schemes will appear.

  • Click on one of the color schemes to change the color of Pocket Informant's layout. You can tap on the "Up" and "Down" arrows to move up and down the list of color schemes. Pocket Informant will apply the new color scheme immediately after you select it.

Changing the Color of Individual Components

  • Launch Pocket Informant. Tap on your Pocket's "Start" button, and then select the "Programs" option in the "Start" menu. Tap on the "Pocket Information" icon in the "Programs" menu.

  • Launch Pocket Informant's "Menu" tab -- tap on the "Menu" button. Tap on the "My Informant" option in the menu, and then tap on the "Settings" option in its sub-menu.

  • Tap on the "Fonts/Colors" option in the "Settings" menu. Tap on the category you'd like to change, like "Calendar" or "Contacts" for example, and then tap on the individual component you'd like to alter.

  • Tap on the "Choose Color" button after selecting a component and then select a new color for the component from the color palette. Tap "Select" to apply the new color to the selected component.

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