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    What software can open native PDF files? and to play native AVI or MPGs files? Pls. advice....
    I hate converting my PDF to PDB using Adobe for Palm...
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    What software can open native PDF files?
    For PalmOne handhelds...unfortunately none! There is an app called Piscel viewer that does this, but is only available on Sony Clies...

    and to play native AVI or MPGs files?
    The builtin movie player supports mpg. Also mmplayer and Kinoma Player 3 both support native mpg as well as other formats (mmplayer that is)...
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    Note that only the 650 has a built in movie player
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    according to lifestyle guide and the website docs to go premium and total office can open "test based pdf"

    http://www.dataviz.com/products/docu...ogo/index.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by gfunkmagic
    For PalmOne handhelds...unfortunately none! There is an app called Piscel viewer that does this, but is only available on Sony Clies...

    What's wrong with this:

    http://www.adobe.com/products/acroba...erforpalm.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by rg1

    Even this one can't read native PDF files on the Treo or any Palm. The PDF file has to be processed on the desktop first. You can't, for example, open or download a PDF file with blazer on the Treo and use this to read it.

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