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Old 12-06-2007, 09:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How to read PDF file in the 8700g?
Try Repligo- it is a third party software. That is the best I have found for viewing PDFs.
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Is the Mobipocket Creator can transform the PDF to cod file?
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download free: BeamBerry.

Go to BeamBerry - View, Print, Store BlackBerry e-mail attachments from your BB browser and download it. Follow the instructions.

You will find a lot by searching the forum, first.
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Is the Mobipocket Creator can transform the PDF to cod file?
No.
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You also might be interested in MasterDoc or eFile Pro. They allow saving files, viewing attachments, synching files between PC and BB and many other features. Check dynoplex.com
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If I want to send a PDF file in BB, how I can read it in the BB?
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If I want to send a PDF file in BB, how I can read it in the BB?
You can't send one on a BB as an attachment. Perhaps with the Dynoplex app you can, never tried it.

The reading PDF on the BB question has been answered.
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If I want to send a PDF file in BB, how I can read it in the BB?
MasterDoc allows viewing of files (PDF, PPT, images, word, excel) coming on BB as attachments
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download free: BeamBerry.

Go to BeamBerry - View, Print, Store BlackBerry e-mail attachments from your BB browser and download it. Follow the instructions.

You will find a lot by searching the forum, first.
This link asks me to choose my device (Pearl/curve, 83XX, etc. with OS 4.2) and a link for all other devices at OS 4.1

The 8700 is not listed for the 4.2 handhelds, but mine has 4.2 on it.

Any idea which one I should choose????

UPDATE: I chose the 4.2 version and it works fine.

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Choose the 4.2 link. Should work.

If not, you won't fry the BB.
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