DataViz employees have just informed me that DocumentsToGo has been released minutes ago. A review will be available soon, here’s the most important news for now:

DocumentsToGo 9 supports ONLY the following OS5 devices:

Treo 700p, Treo 680, Treo 650, Treo 600, LifeDrive, T|X, TC, E, E2, T3, T5, Zire 72, Z22, Zodiac 2

DocumentsTogo 9 has the following memory requirements:

Documents To Go 1077K
Word To Go 1540K
Sheet To Go 886K
Slideshow To Go 1316K
PDF To Go 448k
Pics To Go 251K
Spell Checker 348K

The following new features are noteworthy:

General

  • File browser for memory card(wanted that for ages)

SheetToGo

  • TrueType support
  • XY-Scatter plot chart support(wanted that for AGES)

SlideshowToGo

  • No more conversion needed for editing

WordToGo

  • Table of Content hyperlinks
  • Comments
  • Text boxes
  • Footnotes

The full press release is here:
http://www.dataviz.com/news/press/pressreleases/Detail.html?id=162

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2 Responses to “DocumentsToGo 9 released – review coming soon!”

  1. Just downloaded Docs To Go 9 (I bought v8 with the special get 9 free offer). First impressions, I like it. PowerPoint editing seems very basic, but that is cool. Unfortunatly that just means that I will have to buy a new version when they add options to add images to slides, etc. I wish that they would make upgrades a bit cheaper (in the $115 range). $30 every six months or so to stay on top is a tad bit expensive.

    All in all, my first impressions are good. I think I like PalmPDF a bit better for PDF files (PDF To Go still seems crowded and “fake”).

  2. Hi,
    IMHO, their PowerPoint module always was a viewer rather than a real editor…had that impresion right from v4 onward!

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

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