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Old 04-22-2009, 04:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The Doucuments to Go application that is on the Blackberry Bold

Does anyone know if they are just a trial or are they a free app that you get to keep?

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It's not a trial. It's the full version of Documents To Go, Standard Edition.
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It's a free application. It's a standard version. They have a premium version with more features. But the app you currently have will not expire, if that's what you're asking.
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And because its standard, you can't create new documents.
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But you may create empty documents on your PC, of the types of docs to go handles (xls, ppt, doc,) and then you can save those to your SD card. You may then open the blank doc and type away and save.
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To clear up any confusion:
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Yes you can create empty documents. A lot of people do that.
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If you don't have Sheets, go into the app and update. The os's I've used only incorporate Docs and Slides.
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If you don't have Sheets, go into the app and update. The os's I've used only incorporate Docs and Slides.
The Bold (OS 4.6) comes with Sheets by default.
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The Bold (OS 4.6) comes with Sheets by default.
Not for us lowly 4.5 users on an 8330. I feel so neglected!
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