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    Is their any way that i can take a document from MS Word(or any other of the like), and put it on my 8100pearl to access and read... (perhaps an application that i can put the text on and convert it to a BB compatible document).. i would prefer to find something for free if that is the case. . It would be cool to put an article or something on my memory card as a refrence i could refer back to at any time. . any help would be much appreciated. (oh yeah and.. Pinstack kicks ***!)

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    Re: Text documents

    Uh...I think there is, I know there's an app called BeamBerry (but its not free), but I'm not exactly sure what kinda documents it allows you to view (I know PDF's and such)...

    I'll check around the forums.....and YES Stacks does KICK A**

    Maybe someone can direct you sooner.....


    Hope you get it
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    try this one Outkazt

    http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...d=4&linkid=855
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    Re: Text documents

    Aww...I thought that (link) was a free app, its BeamBerry..and its like $50 a year

    Sorry...maybe someone else can direct you to a better choice

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    Re: Text documents

    Am i missing something here? You can read Word docs with the standard viewer surely?
    Or do you mean edit?
    YOu could also copy the text into Mobi reader or some such ..

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    Re: Text documents

    Quote Originally Posted by beeshabo View Post
    Aww...I thought that (link) was a free app, its BeamBerry..and its like $50 a year

    Sorry...maybe someone else can direct you to a better choice
    Beamberry was free. Keyword "was." I had it and logged onto it a few months ago and it said it needed to be updated. After trying to update they're saying there's a charge to use it. I was like: DELETE.

    If you absolutly need to view .doc or .pdf files on your Blackberry, I haven't found any free apps to do so. But you can still treat your BB as a flashdrive and put the documents on your SD card, then transfer to a different computer.
    It's not an iPhone addiction, it's insomnia!

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    Re: Text documents

    blowme....hahaha, that sounds wrong LOL

    Imma try that right now, I'm going to send myself a Word Document...cuz if you're right, then that would be awesome!!

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    Re: Text documents

    Quote Originally Posted by blowme View Post
    Am i missing something here? You can read Word docs with the standard viewer surely?
    Or do you mean edit?
    YOu could also copy the text into Mobi reader or some such ..

    Im just lookin to read.

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    Re: Text documents

    Then look no further....

    I just emailed myself a word document...and what do you know, you CAN READ IT (not edit or save..I don't think)
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    Re: Text documents

    Right on, thanks a bunch. i guess thats what i get when I assume I cant do something.

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    Re: Text documents

    you cant do it for free anyways there is a app out there that does word excel stuff

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    Re: Text documents

    Which one is that Jeff???

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    Re: Text documents

    yeah beam berry used to be free but not anymore, it sucks they're not free aymore! yeah you can send yourself word docs but no editing. thats the only thing i miss about my windows mobile phone.

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    Re: Text documents

    I cant remember the name


    found it
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    Re: Text documents

    DynoPlex announced eWord, a fully featured word processing application for the BlackBerry platform. eWord allows users to create new and edit existing Microsoft Word documents. eWord is capable of editing documents that arrive as email attachments and accessing documents located on the corporate network or stored locally on BlackBerry handhelds.

    Advanced formatting features of eWord make it possible to use different fonts, apply styles, align text, insert bullet points and dozens of other word processing must haves.

    eWord also has the ability to create formatted email messages and send them right from the application. An email message sent from eWord arrives with all the formatting preserved just as if it was sent from a desktop computer.

    eWord is the latest addition to eOffice Business Productivity suite from DynoPlex, which includes other products like eCell and eProject.

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    Re: Text documents

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