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Old 05-22-2007, 05:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for some help with what kind of application I would need for the following:
1. Edit Excel worksheet that would be email to user
2. Save Excel document to either the Blackberry or website
3. Email it out as an attachment

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Old 05-22-2007, 05:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome to BlackBerryForums.com

Have a look here:
eCell is one of the most powerful spreadsheet applications available for PDA devices, DynoPlex Inc

You should also check in the Aftermarket Software forum.
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eOffice. Search for that or seller Dynoplex. Look in the Aftermarket Software section on this board as well. eOffice is pricey, but it is about the only service to do what you are asking.
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lol, you are quick today Penguin!
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Looking for some help with what kind of application I would need for the following:
1. Edit Excel worksheet that would be email to user
2. Save Excel document to either the Blackberry or website
3. Email it out as an attachment

Thanks
Not exactly eOffice, but eCell+Attachment editing+Online file storage (all licensed, not subscriptions). eOffice is a bundle of various applications for processing several key types of files.
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Penguin and Jsanders,
Thanks guys for referring to our product
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Hello,
This is my first post here. I am from Argentina, so my English is very bad.
My question is about if are there a spreadsheet, for blacberry device, freeware.
The eOffice, is very good, but is very expansive. I have try GridMagic, and is good too. But I am looking for freeware.
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Old 07-06-2007, 07:11 PM   #10 (permalink)
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You might check Handango.com. But there is nothing in freeware that I am aware of at this time.
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Is there something cheaper available that just stores and opens excel spreadsheets, without editing?
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Is there something cheaper available that just stores and opens excel spreadsheets, without editing?
View All will view spreadsheets. Not emailed as attachments but synched via USB form PC to BB
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I don't see View All as an application on the Dynoplex site. Where do I find it?
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I don't see View All as an application on the Dynoplex site. Where do I find it?
It is called HI FI attachment viewing. You may install eCell as trial and then when it expires it should open files but will not save changes made to them. This is simpler than loading Hi Fi Attachment viewing
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DataViz will be coming out w/ DocumentsToGo for the blackberry soon. I used it on my treo and it worked well on that platform.
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Yeah I used Docstogo very cool product one of the few things I miss from my Pocket PC days. But regardless of program and how good they are, editing Excel on a BB/PDA is a nightmare. If you haven't done this before I recommend you try before you buy, not so much the software but the process itself! Oh yeah and buy some extra strength glasses.
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Yeah I used Docstogo very cool product one of the few things I miss from my Pocket PC days. But regardless of program and how good they are, editing Excel on a BB/PDA is a nightmare. If you haven't done this before I recommend you try before you buy, not so much the software but the process itself! Oh yeah and buy some extra strength glasses.
I agree.. it is a far cry from using a desktop, but it does work for simple spreadsheets. I used DocumentsToGo to track my car expenses.. it worked well for spreadsheets of that level of complexity (i.e., simple)
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Have used eCell and GridMagic. GridMagic is easier for editing. Nicer sync interface too. Await DataViz product.
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Anyone have any clue when docstogo is releasing? Their website has little info about dates.
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Nevermind, answered my own question - emailed their sales dept and got the following response:

"Unfortunately the best I can tell you right now is that we expect to release later this year, probably in the fall. I wish I had more information for you but that's really all I can say at this point. If you're on the sign up list we'll notify you as soon as it's available."

They have a notification form on their website that one can complete to be emailed when it releases.

GridMagic is nice but I'd personally like to go back to Docs to Go from my Palm days - much nicer and easier to use, imho.
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