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10-02-2009 10:23 AM
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10-02-2009 05:21 PM
To add, the standard version of the ToGo apps that comes with the Storm does not include the PDF interface. Their premium version does. There are also other alternatives...I'd suggest googling for those.
Another alternative is to send the PDF to yourself as an attachment to an email that you are receiving on the BB...the BIS attachment service gives you the ability to read PDF's, but only while they are truly an email attachment.
10-02-2009 05:44 PM
As to other applications you can look at (the Premium version of Documents to Go is quite pricey), take a look at Beam Reader. I tested this application out and it's pretty useful and does the job you need it to do for a lot less money (still not cheap, but it's at least a more affordable option).
The other alternative is to run a trial version of Documents to Go Premium. You can do this by opening Word to Go, press the BB menu button and select to Try Premium. This will give you a 30 day trial. Near the end of the 30 day trial, you'll likely also be able to get an offer to purchase Docs To Go Premium for less than half price ($29.99 US). If you'd like the ability to create documents and spreadsheets, etc on your Storm, this may then be a worthwhile expense.
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