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barjohn 12-04-2005 12:16 PM

eOffice on the 8700c
 
For kicks, I downloaded eOffice and loaded it on the 8700. In the past I didn't think much of the program because it was too slow to open the application to be usable (my opinion). Wow! What a difference the 8700 makes. They open very fast and are actually quite usable. Documents open quickly as do spreadsheets. Maybe those more familiar with the applications can tell me how to change to a larger font size (my only real gripe so far). By this I mean for the application and not for the contents of a document.

kevin.muller 12-04-2005 03:15 PM

When I reviewed eOffice for blackberrycool.com, their support told me there was no way to change the font size. Being that I was on a 7100t at that point, that alone made the program almost unusable. I'd be interested to give it a try on the 8700 with the improved processing power.

gkolleng 12-04-2005 03:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by barjohn
For kicks, I downloaded eOffice and loaded it on the 8700. In the past I didn't think much of the program because it was too slow to open the application to be usable (my opinion). Wow! What a difference the 8700 makes. They open very fast and are actually quite usable. Documents open quickly as do spreadsheets. Maybe those more familiar with the applications can tell me how to change to a larger font size (my only real gripe so far). By this I mean for the application and not for the contents of a document.

Is this software something we download, or do we buy it from somewhere? Btw, is there a centralized list of good/essential BB software apps?

sergeyd 12-08-2005 11:50 AM

Yeah, the Intel processor makes a lot of difference. Also the RAM is larger and faster and that accounts for a lot of improvements in presentation.

As far as the font size, we have a new version scheduled to come out at the end of the month which will include ability to change fonts as per system font settings in BB.

barjohn 12-08-2005 12:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sergeyd
Yeah, the Intel processor makes a lot of difference. Also the RAM is larger and faster and that accounts for a lot of improvements in presentation.

As far as the font size, we have a new version scheduled to come out at the end of the month which will include ability to change fonts as per system font settings in BB.

Glad to hear it. Since I just purchased it will I be elgible for the upgrade?

sergeyd 12-08-2005 12:54 PM

Of course - all our updates are free for registered users.


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