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    Word Document Viewer not for e-mail attachments

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    Does anybody know of a BB program (or .jar) i can download (free) where i can view microsoft word documents or excel documents on my pearl?

    I know there are a lot of programs that allow you to view the word doc attachments in e-mails, but i'm looking for something where i can load a doc onto my MicroSD card and then open it on my BB.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thank you

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    Re: Word Document Viewer not for e-mail attachments

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    Re: Word Document Viewer not for e-mail attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by bartokbatt View Post
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    Beamberry
    yeah I tried beamberry. I cant exactly open up the program though.
    Does it actually open up?
    When i click on the icon in the menu, i doesnt do anything.
    But then when i open "alt-back", i can see the beamberry running in the background.
    I still cant open my docs.

    Anything else? Thanks though

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    Not sure about DOC files, but you can at least look at XLS files attachments using BB's email client.

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    Re: Word Document Viewer not for e-mail attachments

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    Not sure about DOC files, but you can at least look at XLS files attachments using BB's email client.
    i know, i'm asking about non email attachments.
    read the original thread

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    Re: Word Document Viewer not for e-mail attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by jpnelson35 View Post
    i know, i'm asking about non email attachments.
    read the original thread
    Gosh, that seems like an unnecessary response. It would have been much better, I think, to just say thank you. Especially when this question has been asked before.

    Lets just chalk it up to premature Halloween anxiety.
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    Re: Word Document Viewer not for e-mail attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by haggisgirl View Post
    Gosh, that seems like an unnecessary response. It would have been much better, I think, to just say thank you. Especially when this question has been asked before.

    Lets just chalk it up to premature Halloween anxiety.
    i didnt mean to be rude... at all. I apologize if it came out that way.

    Where else has this question been asked?
    Is there a link?
    I have been searching for days, but cant seem to find anything.
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    Re: Word Document Viewer not for e-mail attachments

    I think we are just out of luck for now. I've been wanting to do the same thing (actually, I would like to edit the documents in addition to reading them) since I switched from an MDA but have been unable to find anything other than eOffice which is just a little too pricey for me. I've seen a number of people that are waiting for the Blackberry version of Documents to Go and I did sign up for notification when it is developed, but not really much of anything else. Someone suggested using Mobipocket which I downloaded but have not tried yet. I guess we just keep searching. Good luck!
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