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Old 06-10-2005, 11:52 AM   #1
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I am still learning about my BB7290 since jumping the Palm ship...is there a way to create folders where you can save documents like MS word files? Can you even view MS Word files on a BB?

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Check out eOffice from Dynoplex - it allows you to work with Word files. I think there are some other programs which allow you to work with Word files. Check on www.blackberry.com and Handango for other ones. There is nothing built into the BB to allow you to edit Word files or do folders.
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