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    document local reader

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    Hi !

    I'm searching for a program that let me see, the documents (doc,xls,pdf) that I've upload on my microsd card.
    I try eoffice but if I choose a documents on efile server (dynoplex online storage) it run.The same file, upload in the microsd card don't run and program crash, sometimem I must also remove battery to restore the phone.

    thank to anyone that can help me !!

    bye

    Daniele

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    Re: document local reader

    hi try beamberry that works fine to open all attachements , and its free

    www.beamberry.com

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    Re: document local reader

    Hi and thanks for your reply !
    I've install beamberry yet, but it don't work in local, every time I open a file with beamberry, it connect to server.
    There is a way to let it work without any internet connection ?

    thanks again

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    daniele

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    Re: document local reader

    As far as I know the pearl cannot read files of that type from Media card.

    It wil read music, video and pics however.

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    Re: document local reader

    Quote Originally Posted by gazar
    As far as I know the pearl cannot read files of that type from Media card.

    It wil read music, video and pics however.
    true gazar i am a bit sleepy this morning and did not read the media card part :-(

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    Re: document local reader

    Beamberry seems great. It is nice to just be able to leave a commonly used doc open in the Beamberry app so you can open it quickly without having to jump back into your saved messages and re-open the attachment.

    The app really shines in docs with tables... lets you have a view of the whole thing instead of having to open each box individually as with the native BB attachment viewer.

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    Question Re: document local reader

    After reading multiple end user reviews for the Beamberry application, I had believed it was the catch-all solution to viewing PDFs on my device.
    Attachments (PDF/Excel) from emails can only be viewed, not those stored on the Memory Card.

    I don't plan on emailing PDFs to myself (OTA data usage fees aplenty), since the files are already stored on my Media Card.

    Does anyone know of any free PDF-viewer applications that read off the Memory Card?

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    Re: document local reader

    you can use mobireader. its free and you can read pdf, excel, word and txt files.

    http://www.mobipocket.com/en/Downloa...ailsReader.asp

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    Re: document local reader

    Quote Originally Posted by CaCHooKa Man
    you can use mobireader. its free and you can read pdf, excel, word and txt files.

    http://www.mobipocket.com/en/Downloa...ailsReader.asp
    Sounds like a nice app however it's an eBook reader and requires you to convert all files into an eBook to veiw them on the your phone.

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    Re: document local reader

    Thanks, Cachooka Man & RemyKirin for the input.
    I'll give it a shot.

    Simply 'cutting & pasting' the text contents of a PDF into a TXT file fixes the problem, I just noticed.
    Last edited by kevsammal; 07-18-2007 at 01:08 AM.

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    Re: document local reader

    no prob, and welcome to the stacks!

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