Originally Posted by conradcjc
Can you provide me with a link to a site that states this? It's for my boss. It needs to be in writing.
I did it on my own, so I can't cite you a source. You can check the limits yourself. Here's how:
(1) Create a 1,500-word document in Word (use the built-in word count function to check the length).
(2) Copy and paste the contents to an Outlook note.
(3) Sync the Outlook note to your BlackBerry.
(4) Check to see that the end portion is there in the MemoPad document.
(5) If some of the words at the end are not there, then sync the document back to Outlook and copy/paste the contents to Word for an updated word count.
(6) If all the 1,500 words are there, type more words in the MemoPad document until it won't accept any more words. Then sync the document back to Outlook and copy/paste the contents to Word for an updated word count.
(7) Tell your boss how hard you've worked to find the limit.
(7a) Report back here, so we'll know, as well.
Keep in mind that the maximum word count will vary because the limit is based on the number of characters, not the number of words. If you want to determine the maximum number of characters, you can still use the word count function in Word. It provides a character count, as well as a word count.