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Old 09-24-2008, 10:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any apps that would allow me to open them and work on them? free would be nice but i wouldnt mind paying for quality.
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open and work on attachments?

have you tried the Rove Mobile File Manager?
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open and work on attachments?

have you tried the Rove Mobile File Manager?
Rove Mobile File Manger has been discontinued as of 16 September, and it has been removed from their website (Rove Mobile - Mobile IT Management).

With OS 4.5, Documents To Go adds the capability to view or edit MS Office attachments. Cerience should be releasing RepliGo Reader, a full-featured PDF viewer, shortly -- it is currently in beta (RepliGo Reader for BlackBerry - Native PDF Viewing - Beta).

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Let give these guys a look see
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Wow, I didn't know they had pulled it. Glad I got it.

BeamBerry is also in beta for a on-device PDF rendering.
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I had found one called eoffice and these programs our pricey not to sound cheap, 50 bucks for a college student ia just a tad to much. Did I mention 4.5 rocks
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