Windows software for the
Texas Instruments calculators
(using the TalkTI SDK)


(11/23/03): TI-SlideshowSetup.zip (227kb) contains a setup package for my TI-Slideshow.exe, which lets you browse to a folder containing pic files from TI-73, 83, 83+, 83+SE, 89, 92, 92+, and Voyage 200 calcs and run a slideshow. This version (posted 11/23/03) has two windows, one for selecting the path, the other for showing the pictures. Click on a pic file in the filelistbox to run the show manually (up/down kbd arrow keys work, too) or click the 'Play' button to run a timed show. Resize or maximize the slide window and change the timing while the slides are playing. This version also 'remembers' the last folder accessed the next time it runs. Double-click the slide window's Title Bar to maximize it and press [Esc] to restore to a window.

TalkTI is a Texas Instruments Software Developers' Kit that allows programmers to easily set up communications between the computer and TI calculators.

For more information on the IVIEW programs see the IVIEW OVERVIEW page. These programs were developed with Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 , and therefore need msvbvm60.dll on your computer. This file is not included in the setup packages. Some versions of Windows ship with this file already installed. It merely has to be present in c:\windows or c:\windows\system.

If you have installed TI Connect, then you should not neet to download the setup packages, just the exe files.

The setup packages install some TI Connect "dll" files, but not all of TI Connect. If newer versions of these files are already on your computer, then you will keep the newer files during the intall process. The setup packages were made with Microsoft's Package and Deployment Wizard that comes with Visual Basic.

For USB connectivity, you must install the "SilverLink" driver from Texas Instruments. This gets installed with TI Connect . These setup packages do not install this driver and I do not distribute it, so I guess it's a good idea to just install TI Connect first.

These programs should be considered 'amateur software' and I assume no responsibility for any damage incurred on your computer, calculator, or person should you install this software.



These are the executable files (*.exe). If you've already installed TI Connect 1.3 or downloaded and installed the setup packages and only want the latest executables then use these links:

Place the files anywhere you like . If you ran the setup programs, then replace your current exe files
(found in c:\program files\<program name>) with the new exe file.



Each ZIP file below contains a 'readme.txt' file that you should read before installing the software. The readme.txt file is also copied into the program's folder as part of the setup process.
The following links are for downloading the full setup packages:

and... here's a sample of Grab89 ( just like Grab83 for the TI-89 AND TI-92+):

Grab89 screenshot sample

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