for the Palm OS Platform - Frequently
Other Versions, Future Releases
Bugs, "How do I..." and Odd things
am I having trouble loading Datebk3 - HotSync often fails and hangs...?
have a Pilot or PalmPilot, most likely you have a problem with memory
fragmentation. Remember that even though you may appear to have enough
total memory, it may still be too fragmented to load a large application
like Datebk3. Try running a defragger (such as Deskfree's Recycle - see
documentation). Memory fragmentation is no longer a problem with the
Palm III and subsequent models, but with earlier models, a defragger may
be necessary. The manual has extensive advice on how to address this
are experiencing this problem, make sure that you have no other programs
actively running on your desktop as it is possible that the hotsync
process can timeout if other applicaitons are stealing too much time.
just installed Datebk3 but it says the 45-day trial period has already
run out - what gives?
only way this can happen is if one of the three situations below has
previously loaded Datebk3 more than 45 days ago (or someone else
did) - the 45-day trial period is a one-time deal.
set the system date forward or backwards, installed Datebk3 and then
reset the system date to today.
have a corrupt version of datebk3 (download a fresh copy from: http://www.palmgear.com/applications/datebk3.zip)
program only complains on the last half of each month, so if you
encounter this problem you would be best off waiting to the first of the
month at which point you will get a full two weeks to do the evaluation.
do I get Datebk3 to run instead of Datebook when I press the Datebook
The easiest way to do this on all
models of the Palm Organizer except the original Pilot is to go to the Prefs
application by tapping on the Prefs icon in the main system screen. Tap
on the popup list at the top right of the screen and select Buttons. Tap
on the popup list next to the Datebook icon and select Datebk3. On the
original Pilot, you may want to look at AppHack which will allow you to
do the same thing.
that I've loaded Datebk3, can I get rid of the regular Datebook
The built-in datebook application is stored in ROM (Read Only Memory)
and cannot therefore be removed. The only downside is that when you do a
Find, the built-in datebook application will also insist on searching
the same database, but no harm is done by that. Note that if you start
the search while Datebk3 is running, Datebk3 will ALWAYS search the
Datebook database before the built-in datebook application. Warning:
If you have a flash ROM, you might think that you can remove the
Datebook application, but if you do that, the Datebook database will NOT
be HotSync'd, so we suggest you do not do this. It would also crash your
system if you unchecked the option to have Datebk3 handle alarms (since
the Rom code would try and launch the Datebook application that no
longer exists). We actually do have a small "stub" application
with the datebook's creator code which will "fool" the HotSync
program into sync'ing the datebook database, but until it can be
determined that there is a way of actually freeing up memory (FlashBuilder
merely masks the built-in application - it does not remove it), there is
little advantage in doing this.
Datebk3 run in flash ROM?
many people run Datekb3 out of Flash Rom. If you have FlashBuilder or
FlashPro, you can load Datebk3 into part of the 750k or so that is
unused in the Palm's Flash Rom. But do NOT put the Datebk3DB preference
database into ROM - it is frequently update and must therefore remain in
have a Handspring Visor and loaded dtbkplusstub.prc but my Visor
instantly crashed, why?
inadvertently corrupted the dtbkplusstub.prc program itself. Most likely
you are a NetScape user as it appears that only NetScape users have this
problem. I suspect that Netscape is defaulting unknown file types to
text and as a result ends up wordwrapping the file which of course
instantly corrupts a binary file. Make SURE that this file is treated as
a binary file type. Only use this stub on Handspring Visors running Palm
OS 3.1H - it is not helpful on any later OS releases.
there a program to edit the icons displayed in the monthly view - are
there icon collections?
There are now over a
dozen icon editors available for DateBk4. You can always search the
software archives at Palm Gear (www.palmgear.com) or you can try these:
are also several websites which have icon collections. We ran across
these sites recently which had icon collections:
check software archives at PalmGear as there are often other icon
collections listed there.
do I get the icons and/or Timezones installed?
There is now a simple
utility that installs both the icons and the timezones for Datebk3. It
is called dbSetup and can be downloaded by clicking
Save this program in the
C:\PALM\ADD-ON directory. Then go to: START | PROGRAMS | PALM DESKTOP |
PALM INSTALL TOOL and run the installation program. Click on the ADD
button. Select dbSetup.prc from the directory, then click on DONE and
click on OK. Then hotsync to transfer the program to your Palm
Organizer. Tap on dbSetup in the main application screen and tap on the
INSTALL NOW button to install the icons and timezones (if you don't want
one of them, just uncheck the checkbox). After you do this, you can then
remove the dbSetup program from your organizer as it is no longer
needed. You have a choice of two different sets of icons - the standard
set that has always been provided with DateBk3 and an alternate set
provided by TwoKidsInAGarage.
Make sure that you do NOT
delete the two memo pad records that dbsetup creates: DATEBK3 and WORLD
TIMEZONES as these two memos ARE used by Datebk3 for its data file to
implement these two functions.
using a UNIX desktop to sync my PalmPilot, using pilot-link (or do not
hotsync). But I don't seem to have a HotSyncName - how can I get one
so I can register your software?
Follow these steps:
- Set PalmPilot in
install-user program, specifying serial
port and HotSyncUser name as argument, like:
% install-user /dev/pilot HotSyncName
- Tap HotSync
PalmPilot from the cradle and check registered HotSyncName, with
menu: Options|Register Software in
can download the freeware application: Palmname.prc
(available at most Palm Software archives) and install it on your Palm
and that will allow you to set a UserName.
registered Datebk3 but now for some reason it says it's unregistered and
telling me the 45-day trial is over
This will only happen if
the Datebk3DB preference database (which is where your registration code
is stored) is deleted. The most common cause of this problem is people
leaving WeekView on their Palm and then running WeekView. If you do
that, it will overwrite the Datebk3db preference database. To fix this
problem, just re-enter your registration code from your original
registration. If you no longer have a copy of that, send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org
and ask them to send it to you again.
runs great on my Palm Organizer, but I don't see the icons and combined
ToDo views on the desktop
Datebk3 is a program for
the Palm Organizer, not your desktop. Datebk3 is 100% compatible with
any desktop program that synchronizes with the built-in Datebook
application so you will see all your data normally on the desktop, but
you won't see some of Datebk3 special features, such as icons,
time-zones and categories (although categories are now supported by
PocketMirror and DesktopToGo with MS Outlook).
can I get the manual/documentation on Datebk3?
There is a 40-60 page
manual on Datebk3 in the file Datebk3doc.htm that is included in ALL zip
archives that contain Datebk3 and that you would have downloaded from
the Datebk3 web page (unless the application was beamed to you). If you
do not have a copy, you can download/print/read it from the Datebk3 web
Just locate the link under documentation.
This file is in HTML format and can be read with any web browser (for
the URL, you can usually enter a local address on your disk where you
put the HTML file and it can then be read and printed in the browser).
Datebk3 work with the PalmPilot Desktop and other Desktop Software?
Yes. Datebk3 uses the
IDENTICAL Databases to the built-in Todo and Datebook applications, so
BY DEFINITION it is 100% compatible with any desktop or server
application that properly synch's with the standard Datebook and Todo
Databases in the PalmPilot. The only known incompatibilities involve the
optional use of categories in the datebook database in conjunction with
the application JetPilot or the desktop app DayTimer2000. Categories are
a STANDARD feature of ALL Palm OS database, irregardless of whether the
associated application chooses to make use of them or not. JetPilot does
not use the Palm OS API to read the datebook database, but instead reads
it in binary mode and then gets confused by the presence of categories
which it is not expecting. If the program is revised to use the Palm OS
API that problem will be eliminated. Some users of DayTimer2000 have
reported a problem where it gets confused and ends up duplicating
events. This may just be a common bug as is often seen with early
versions of conduits (early versions of PocketMirror had the same
problem), but appears to be specific to using categories.
There are no other known issues. Note that in the case above, the ONLY
issue involves the use of categories, so in this case, if you do not use
categories, you will not notice this issue.
There are advanced features in Datebk3, such as categories, timezones
and appointments spanning midnight which are typically NOT supported on
the desktop either because the desktop lacks that functionality, or
because the conduit does not know how to map the functionality. We were
pleased to see that both Chapura and DataViz have released versions of
their conduits (Chapura: PocketMirror <V-2.0.2>, Desktop To Go
V-2.501 <build 120>) which support Datebk3 categories with MS
Outlook and hope to encourage other conduit writers to provide similar
Datebk3 compatible with the new V-3.3 or V-3.5 OS from Palm/the new
Yes. Datebk3 will run on
all versions of the Palm OS from 1.0 to 4.0 and beyond.
it appears that a significant number of people are experiencing
corruption of the Datebk3 program image after doing the OS 3.3 update.
Either those people are not following the instructions, or, and I think
this is now appearing more likely, there is some flaw/bug in the update
procedure that can cause corruption of the Datebk3 program image. So if
you experience ANY kinds of problems, before emailing Pimlico Software,
Datebk3 and the Datebk3DB preference database, download a fresh copy of
V-3.1 from the Datebk3 web page: http://www.pimlicosoftware.com/datebk3.htm
Datebk3 and WeekView compatible with language hacks for Japanese,
Chinese, Korean, Hebrew.... etc.?
but you will need to check the option Display
uses non-Roman Chars in the
Preferences item of the Options menu in the second weekly view in
Datebk3 (or main preferences in WeekView) to ensure that character
strings are output as a single unit as there are optimizations for Roman
characters that interfere with the special hacks that display non-Roman
characters. The hacks for displaying Kanji and Hebrew characters both
work nicely with this option checked. For the Handspring Visor, you will
need a small application to set the non-Roman language preference.
does not have Datebk3's feature of disabling the Roman language
optimizations in the second weekly and list views. As a result, some
localizers may not display text properly in those views. To solve this
problem, download DbPrefsFixup.prc
which re-enables this feature for Datebook+. Run it once to disable the
Roman language optimizations which will then allow the language hacks to
display text properly. Run it again to disable it. It is not necessary
to have this program loaded although you may wish to keep it available
in case the preference database is deleted and re-built.
Other Versions, Future Releases
DateBk4 is the successor
to DateBk3. It has even more new features over DateBk3 than DateBK3 had
over the original DateBook application. Main features include:
of all four databases
Linking of appts and
Todo's to Todo's, addressbook and memo records
Saved Views (save a
view with all preferences/categories with user-defined name)
Beaming of events and
categories with filtering so multiple calendars can be shared and
New 3-day and 4-month
Full color support in
all views (color individual events & ToDo's and provide color
defaults for categories in all 4 databases)
colors, advances, alarms (custom by item) and repeats on both events
management (synchronized categories, auto hide/show on days of week,
suppressed/silenced alarms, default attributes, etc.).
History database to
contain archived calendar entries.
30-40 other distinct
minor improvements such as quick entry of irregular schedules, flag
for hidden events, warnings on setting alarms in the past,
anniversary display, NOW button to set current time, etc. etc.
I be a beta tester for future releases?
Yes. Go to the Pimlico
Home Page: http://www.PimlicoSoftware.com
and tap on JOIN MAILING LIST in the left sidebar to join the various
mailing lists for these products. This mailing list will ONLY ever be
used to notify you of new releases of these programs.
can I tell what features have been added to a new release?
Go to the Datebk3 web
and look for the line starting: Documentation,
then click on the What's New link.
there versions of Datebk3 in languages other than English?
Yes, Although not all
versions are available in all languages. Only V-3.1 is available in
English at this time. V-3.0u, however, is available in French, German,
Spanish, Italian and Japanese. Only the English and French versions have
full documentation - the other languages have FAQ's in the language.
However, since the operation of Datebk3 is so similar to the built-in
application, and since all dialogs have help tips (the 'i' at the top
right of the dialog window), this should not be a problem for most
has suddenly become unregistered and says the trial period is over, why?
There are two
code is no longer in your Datebk3db preference database - most
likely because this database was deleted or not restored after a
backup. If Datebk3 finds this database missing, it automatically
regenerates it, but without your registration. If this is the case,
just re-enter your registration code into the REGISTER SOFTWARE
dialog of the OPTIONS menu in any view.
You have changed your
HotSyncUser name. Your registration code is specifically tied to
your HotSyncUser name, so if you change it, you will need to get a
new registration code. You can request a new code from
PalmGear (www.PalmGear.com) but this will take a few days. The
quickest solution is to just reset your HotSyncName back to its
The following procedure
will allow you to change your HotSync Name without affecting anything
you have installed on your Palm Organizer:
1. Run the Palm Desktop
2. Select USERS from the TOOLS menu
3. Tap on your HotSyncID in the list to select it
4. Tap the RENAME button.
5. Type in your new/correct HotSyncID now very carefully
6. Tap OK to return to the USERS Dialog
7. Tap OK to exit out of the USERS Dialog
8. Exit out of the Palm Desktop Application
9. Do a regular HotSync - this will copy your corrected name down to
your Palm Organizer.
You will now be able to
insert your original registration code.
on a MAC, you will need to make this name change in the HotSync
application itself rather than the Palm Desktop Application, but the
steps will be similar to the one's above!
Changing the user name does have some consequences if you're a user of
Pocket Mirror though - nothing syncs afterwards. As it turns out,
there's a Note folder added to Outlook called Pocket Mirror. The note
contains the user name as it was originally set up in the Pilot.
Deleting the note and then having Outlook overwrite the Pilot fixes
things. There's a note about it at the Chapura web site.
future versions of Datebk3 and WeekView support color?
Datebk4 has extensive
support for color including the ability to color individual events and
ToDo's, shade weekend days and color-code categories in the split-screen
view of the Addressbook and MemoPad databases. It is not likely that
color will be supported in datebk3, but quite possible that some
minimal color support will be added to a future release of WeekView.
With Datebk4 even though
it is priced higher than Datebk3 ($24.95), I offer an automated upgrade
system. Provided that you can use the automated upgrade procedure and
can be identified as a registered user without requiring any manual
intervention, you will be able to upgrade at no charge. But this will
only be true if you can use the automated upgrade system. Otherwise, you
would need to subscribe to the upgrade fee. The criteria for using this
system is *NOT* whether you are a currently registered user, but rather
whether you can provide the information in my registration database as
no assistance is provided in the use of this system.
My primary goal is not to make money off upgrades, but rather to avoid
losing money on them. In many cases, trying to establish that a user has
been previously registered is more effort than handling their original
Also, you should be aware that all the revenues from the sale of
Datebk3/4 are donated to wildlife conservation and so I do intend to
encourage people to subscribe to the upgrade fee to further that
If you are a registered
user of datebk3 or WeekView, you can get notified of new releases by
joining the mailing list. GO to the Pimlico Home Page: http://www.PimlicoSoftware.com
and tap on JOIN MAILING LIST in the left sidebar.
Bugs, Odd things
does the system date sometimes fails to advance on my Palm Organizer?
This is a known flaw in
the Version 3.1 Palm OS that runs on Palm IIIx, IIIe and V organizers.
This problem has now been acknowledged by Palm Computing and has NOTHING
to do with any third party software.
There are conflicting
reports from Palm Computing about this problem. Sometimes, Palm claims
that the date slipping problem has now been fixed in an OS V-3.11 update
- You can download the update from Palm Computing's web page on this:
You will need to install this upgrade and also do a hard reset.
new problem has appeared -- the alarm does not sound unless my unit is
powered on. Why is this?
This is a known flaw in
the Version 3.1 Palm OS that runs on Palm IIIx, IIIe and V organizers.
This problem has now been acknowledged by Palm Computing and have
NOTHING to do with any third party software.
THis problem has NOT been
fixed. Palm Computing does know about this issue. A discussion with some
OS programmers at Palm indicates that the problem is caused by the Palm
OS thinking that the battery level is much lower than it really is. As a
result, the Palm OS thinks there is insufficient power to turn the
machine on or ring the alarm and intentionally avoids doing that as a
It appears that this is less likely to happen if you keep the batteries
charged up (which is probably why Palm V users see this less often as
they tend to top up their Lithium Ion battery all the time). A soft
reset will temporarily "fix" the problem, but it will come
back. OS 3.3 definitely has the same bug. Hopefully, Palm Computing will
release an OS update fix for it at some point in the future. If you do a
soft reset, make sure the batteries are FULLY CHARGED first.
alarms are erratic - sometimes they go off, sometimes they don't or
Datebk3 crashes shortly after displaying an alarm, why?
likely this is a problem with a hack. The problem can be due to a bug in
a hack, a hack that consumes too much stack space, or some other
unspecified interaction problem which may not necessarily be a flaw in
the hack itself, but rather just an irresolvable, incompatibility
problem. To see if this is the problem, do a FIRM RESET (hold
the up button while poking Reset). This prevents the Reset message from
going out to all loaded applications (in particular, Hackmaster will not
see the reset and will therefore not reload all the hacks). Run for a
while to see if the alarms are now running reliably - they probably will
be. Add your hacks back in one by one until you find the culprit. Any
alarm that plays around with the timer or the clock is a likely
candidate for causing the problem.
is also a serious bug in all versions of the Palm OS relating to alarms:
under low memory conditions, the application underneath the alarm dialog
may be told to redraw its screen but without access to all that
application's memory and that can easily crash the application below.
There is no workaround for this problem and no available solutions at
this time. There is also a further problem with alarms in OS 3.5 that
has not been resolved - but neither of these problems are likely to be
seen during normal usage.
getting duplicated Alarms, why?
After a hotsync or reset,
the built-in datebook application is run by the palm OS to reset its
alarms. Normally this is not a problem as Datebk3 will override the
Datebook alarms. However, if the next alarm was entered on the desktop,
the datebook application will sound its alarm and Datebk3 will not be
aware that this has happened. To avoid duplicate alarms, just make sure
that you run Datebk3 immediately after you do a hotsync.
does the monthly view not show untimed events?
does - but you have to set the preference item in the monthly view to
display them - just like the regular datebook application. Datebk3 now
defaults all these settings to on.
does the monthly view not show icons associated with categories or
does - but you have to set the preference item in the monthly view to
display them. Go to PREFERENCES and check the box: Show
just tapped on the Note Icon for a Todo or (repeat event) and when I tap
DONE it changes to the date of that Todo (or 1st occurrence of the
repeat event), why?
You are running an old
version of Datebk3. Download V-3.0s of Datebk3. If you do not wish to do
that, then uncheck the option: always show: new
day/category in the PREFERENCES dialog of the options menu of
the day view.
are time bars being displayed in the day view even though the option to
display them is unchecked?
That is intentional. Time
bars are ALWAYS shown if there is an overlap of events on that day, even
though the preference option is unchecked.
does the week number always display as 0 or display the wrong number?
you picked a custom week number and failed to update it for the year
2000, or you inadvertently switched from Pilot week# to the custom week
number by mistake. Go to 2nd weekly view, Options menu, Preferences,
Select Pilot Week# or toggle custom week # and specify the starting week
for the year 2000.
- ALL my appointments have DISAPPEARED!! What's happened?!?
crops up quite frequently. Chances are that you have selected a single
category for display and forgotten about it, so all the
"hidden" appointments are just in a category that is not
currently set for display. Pick Select Category from the CAT.
menu and the tap on ALL in the popuplist. All your appointments
will now "magically" re-appear! Also, if a new year has just
started, remember to look in the correct year (!)
also crops up quite frequently. If the ToDo's are visible in the regular
ToDO application, then the only issue here is that you have overlooked a
preference option for displaying them.
Go into TODO PREFERENCES in the OPTIONS menu of the DAY VIEW and make
sure that the three checkboxes on the line that starts out Hide: are
UNCHECKED. Then make sure that every ToDo category has the number '5'
next to it - indicating that ALL priorities in the range 1-5 are to be
displayed. You should now see all your ToDo's.
can't sync the Datebook database - the desktop crashes on the Datebook
There is a known bug in
the Palm Desktop for Windows that can cause corruption in the end date
of repeat appointments. Such corrupted dates instantly crash the HotSync
conduit (usually with a fault in the DATSCN.DLL module). If this happens
and you have not yet overwritten the good version of your database on
your Palm Organizer, you can trivially solve this problem by just
setting the datebook conduit to overwrite the desktop and hotsync. If
you have inadvertently destroyed the only good copy on your organizer,
your best bet may be to try the Datebook Repair Tool offered by another
If you are using
some other desktop PIM and conduit software, download dbScan,
install and run this application and let it remove any errors that you
may have in your organizer database (you will probably have to disable
the datebook conduit temporarily to get dbScan installed). After dbScan
indicates the datebook database is clean, try having your Palm Organizer
overwrite the desktop. If that does not correct the problem, you should
contact the vendor of your conduit software and/or desktop PIM for
getting duplicated events on my Palm, why?
Duplication of events is always
a conduit issue, as it is your conduit software that duplicating events,
not Datebk3. Duplication of events is most common with third party
conduits and desktop Software - there are virtually no reports of this
ever happening with the standard Palm Windows software. First, contact
the vendor of your conduit software and make sure you are using the very
latest version as this problem is a common bug in early versions of
conduit software. Second, you should be aware that if you set an alarm
on an event in MS Outlook and acknowledge it, that will mark the event
as having been modified. If that event is then touched in any way on
your Palm organizer, it will then duplicate as the conduit will think it
has been modified on both platforms since the last hotsync. Remember too
that floating events get modified every day on your organizer as Datebk3
changes the start date of the event, so any modification to a floating
event on the desktop is guaranteed to cause the conduit to duplicate the
event. It is possible that more intelligent conduits in the future will
address these particular type of problems. If you have a massive number
of duplicated events, look for the program UnDupe, available on most
shareware archives, which is designed to remove duplicate records.
is there funny stuff (like: ##@@@@@@@) in the Note Field:
This is normal if you
look at an event on the desktop or in some other application.
Information is encoded in the note field to track information for each
event (Category, Icon, timezone, float/done, appt spanning midnight,
etc.). It is hidden of course in Datebk3. See Format
of the tagged note field for further
information.This is the ONLY way that Datebk3 can add functionality
beyond that provided for in the Datebook database while still
maintaining 100% compatibility with the Datebook database and all third
party applications that use it.
can I speed up the start of Datebk3?
Datebk3 has to scan the entire Todo database. Some people never clean up
their todo database and may have hundreds of completed todo's that have
never been archived. We suggest that you archive off the older todo's to
keep your todo database smaller. If the Todo database has only 50 or
todo's, for example, Datebk3 only takes about an extra 1/4er of a second
to start up. Note that V-3.0 of Datebk3 allows you to delete Todo's that
are older than a specified date. Second, run Datebk3 immediately
after you do a hotsync, to get the SORTING message out of the way.
Third, use the Floating Advance Time feature in OPTIONS | MORE
PREFERENCES to trigger the scan during the early morning hours when you
are asleep - that way you will NOT see it when you power on your PP
first thing in the day.
is the Datebook database searched twice and is there anything you can do
When you do a global
find, the Palm OS runs every loaded application (including the built-in
applications) to search their database. Since Datebk3 and Datebook point
at the same database, the database is searched twice. You can prevent
this behavior with the useful program FindIgnoreHack available at
ran dbSetup to load the icons, but I don't see any, why?
The display of icons in
Datebk3 views is typically a preference option. So tap on the menu
button, tap on OPTIONS and then tap on Preferences (More Preferences in
the Day View) and check the box for the display of icons.
can't run Datebk3 because I get: Bad Icon String. DATEBK3 memo
record has syntax error in icon strings at #a
This just means that you
inadvertently or intentionally modified the DATEBK3 record in your
MemoPad database and have now corrupted the precise syntax required in
that file. If you cannot quickly see what is wrong on the specified
line, press the MEMO button and just DELETE that memo and you can then
at least run Datebk3 (if you have difficulty doing that, just poke the
reset button with a pin and then delete it). Then use the dbSetup.prc
application that is in the ZIP archive (or download another copy from
the Datebk3 web page
and run it to re-create the icon (and timezone if desired) memopad
is this dbScan error message: "Non-repeat record has Exceptions
This issue was caused by
an obscure bug in early versions of Datebk3. It is completely benign on
all platforms and all software with one exception: the Palm Conduit
software for the Macintosh, V-2.0 later can crash when it encounters
this condition. To eliminate this, download the latest version of
Datebk3, and either delete the events in dbScan, OR just make a copy of
them and delete the original.
get: "An unexpected system problem has appeared" when running
This indicates that the
Datebk3Db preference database has been corrupted somehow (failed hotsync,
partial deletion, accidental overwrite, etc.). To recover, just delete
the Datebk3DB database from the main app screen with the icons and run
datebk3 to create a new default database. After doing that, you will
need to re-enter your preferences into Datebk3 and also your
registration (if you are registered user).
can I get a special event to show up first in the monthly icon view
ahead of others?
Well in theory there is
no way to do this, but in practice there is a clever trick: repeat
events always appear BEFORE non-repeat events, so if you mark it as a
repeat event, it will appear before untimed non-repeat events and
floating events. How do you do this? By making it a daily repeat event
that ends on the same day it starts. You can save this as a template to
make it easier to insert in the future!