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Old 08-20-2007, 01:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just purchased my first BB. I've always used mobile windows devices and therefore have always been cautious about taking up too much space and bogging the device down . One thing I really like about the device it is not as high maintenance and navigates much quicker. However, I would like the ability to copy my work folder to my micro SD card and be able to open the files so I can make sure I'm sending the right one. So, I have begun to look @ eOffice but I am concerned about it taking too much memory and slowing down the device or preventing to me to open some websites due to the lack of memory. What is your experience for those of you that have it and what effects has it had on your device? Thank you.
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I have an 800 as well and have used eoffice since ive had my 7100t.
and my 8700g it's worth the price you pay i use it every night I work. It dosn't really slow down your device that much. not that ivenoticed and efile makes transffering between m$ office an eoffice a breeze. I use ecell alot. and i even email the spreadsheet to the payroll manger @ work. I uses the professional version of e office. Whats even better is you can save files to the micro-SD card if your packing one

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