This is a Palm OS glossary of words and phrases used in Internal Revenue Service (IRS), compliant with IRS publication 850 and targeting the largest segment of taxpayers whose primary language is Spanish.
The dictionary package offer about 1000 accounting and tax words and phrases in English to Spanish and over 1200 in Spanish to English direction. For better experience, the Pro version of BDicty Dictionary Reader for Palm OS is included, giving you the ability to instantly lookup words and phrases from within any other Palm OS application and modify and add new records to the lexicons.
Compilled by a group of United States, Spanish, and Spanish-American academicians, professors, lawyers, accountants, translators, and tax law specialists with long and varied experience with the tax systems in their own, and other countries, gives assurance of reliability of the glossaries.
Based on the mobile industry standard Beiks Dictionary Reader Pro, this product is specially optimized for one-hand operation, minimal memory requirements and optimal access speed. It can be installed on either main memory or on an extension media card.
General BDicty Dictionary Reader features:
- Full text search within dictionary articles turns every dictionary in a thesaurus!
- Support for wide screen portrait and landscape modes /where applicable/
- Specially optimized for speed on new, faster Palm OS 5 devices with ARM processors
- Instant lookup from within any other application
- Extendable with custom articles
- High data compression, leaving more memory for other applications
- Dictionary browsing with dynamic word positioning
- Cross-lookup feature
- Two view modes with adjustable display panes
- True support for MMC, SD, MS external media cards through VFS
- Tested on the whole family of Palm OS® devices, up to and including Palm OS 5.x (CLIE NX/NZ/UX series, Palm Tungsten T2, T3 series, Treo 600)
- Adjustable font sizes
- Horizontal / Vertical views
- Smart view
- Most recently looked up words list
- Word of the day
A handy guide to financial terms in Spanish or English.