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Old 03-31-2016, 07:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: attachments with same file names

If the attachment is still open then the OS thinks it needs to be renamed or canceled.
This is the 7100T attachment info from the manual.



Attachments
About attachments
Use address book attachments
Open a file attachment
Open an image attachment
Navigate attachments
Attachments frequently asked questions
About attachments
Address book attachments enable recipients of
your messages to view and add contacts to their
handheld address books. When you open a
message that contains an address book
attachment, a book icon appears at the bottom of
the message with the name of the attached
contact.
You can view certain types of file attachments on
your handheld, including .zip, .htm, .html, .doc,
.dot, .ppt, .pdf, .wpd, .txt, and .xls files. You can
also view .bmp, .gif, .jpg, .png, .tif image
attachments.
A message with a file attachment appears in the
messages list with a paperclip icon.
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Can I view file attachments on my handheld?
Use address book attachments
To view an address book attachment, in an open
message, click the trackwheel. Click View
Attachment.
To add the contact information to your address
book, when viewing an address book attachment,
click the trackwheel. Click Add to Address Book.
To update contact information, when viewing an
address book attachment, click the trackwheel.
Click Update Address.
Open a file attachment
1. Place your cursor in the name of the file
attachment.
2. Click the trackwheel.
3. Click Open Attachment.
4. Select Table of Contents to open an
automatically generated table of contents for
the file attachment, or select Full Content to
open the complete file attachment.
5. Click the trackwheel.
6. Click Retrieve.
Open an image attachment
1. Place your cursor in the name of the image
attachment.
2. Click the trackwheel.
3. Click View Attachment.
Navigate attachments
To open content that is embedded within a
document or spreadsheet, click a content link.
Click Retrieve. Examples of embedded content
include tables, images, footnotes, text boxes, or
comments. Press the Escape button to return to
the main attachment content.
To scroll horizontally in a spreadsheet, hold the Alt
key and roll the trackwheel.
To move to a specific cell within a spreadsheet,
click the trackwheel. Click Go to Cell. Type the cell
co-ordinates and click the trackwheel.
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