View PowerPoint Files with Slideshow to Go
DataViz has released Documents to Go 4.0 Professional. This new version includes Slideshow To Go, which allows users to view, but not edit, PowerPoint slideshows on their Palms. It also adds SD card support and improved spreadsheet functionality. Of course, it allows users to create, view, and edit Word and Excel documents
It is available now from DataViz's website and will be in stores by the end of this month.
This upgrade is free to users who have purchased Documents to Go 3.0 or an m500 series within the past 30 days. It will cost $15 for those who purchased m500 series handhelds or the previous version within the last 90 days. Otherwise the upgrade is $30. For first time buyers, it will cost $70. It will be included on future m500 series handhelds.
"Many people have the misperception that they can't use Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on Palm handhelds," said Kevin Hell, senior vice president of product management, Solutions Group, Palm, Inc. "In fact, Palm handheld users with Documents To Go now will have the most comprehensive and efficient means of working with these Microsoft Office files while preserving the file format through DocSync technology. And they are able to instantly open documents without the frustrating wait for the hourglass to disappear."
Users of Slideshow To Go can navigate through presentations in outline, speaker notes, and slide views. It is available for Windows only.
Sheet To Go, the spreadsheet component of Documents to Go., is compatible with Excel, Lotus 1-2-3 and Quattro Pro. The handheld spreadsheet supports more than 110 functions, including logical, financial, statistical and informational functions. Users can create and edit formulas, format cells, recalculate data, and insert rows, columns and even new sheets on their handhelds.
Documents, spreadsheets and presentations can be downloaded onto SD and MultiMediaCard media during synchronization.
The latest version of Documents To Go supports synchronization with multiple PCs and Macs, which allows users to exchange data between two or more computers.
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