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    Decent PDF Viewer

    Anyone have any success with pdf viewers? My old phone was a motorola q9 which came with Documents To Go bundled. It's pdf viewer was simple but was nice for being able to view pdfs as plain text which made reading ebooks more reasonable.

    The picsel browser gives me "memory full" errors when trying to open full books.

    Anyone have any good app suggestions?

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    thank you.

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    +1 on pocketxpdf.

    I've been using it to read larger pdf's (12mb) that picsel couldn't handle.

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    tried both of these today. pocketxpdf definitely seems to be the better of the two though I still miss documents to go. It's such a cleaner program, though I guess that's why it's not free.

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    I like pocketXPDF but there is also Foxit Mobile for comparison.

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    I like the Adobe Reader better. I loaded the i760 owners manual PDF onto my chip (+200MB - Yikes!) and Adobe was the only program that could load it. It will obviously work without loading the whole document into memory. Here's the catch: you can't load it by opening the file itself (like from file explorer). You must open adobe first, then open the file from within Adobe Reader.
    Downhills and tailwinds, 73

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    I'd like to know why Adobe buries the free downloads. If you didn't provide a link to the mobile Adobe Reader, I would never find it by going from their home page.
    But they do make it easier to get 2.5 LE version which is $15.

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    opening pdf

    i have tried to open a pdf from my company exchange server but it tell me i need to right hand click to open it is there any problem that can be loaded on the i760 that will allow me to right hand click
    johnh

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