1. cmaier's Avatar
    Just tried to read one for the first time (really wish screen rotation would work on those).

    Here's an issue I haven't seen mentioned elsewhere. The spreadsheet has multiple worksheets (tabs). The viewer shows the tabs on the top (instead of bottom), but they are TINY! You have to zoom way in to tap them. And the leftmost tab is highlighted even after you select a different tab (selecting other tabs DOES display the appropriate sheet, however).

    Other than that, the formatting and everything was pretty good, but I did see some glitches (missing borders, text a little too big, etc.) Some of the formatting problems could have been caused by my using "nonstandard" fonts.
    07-17-2007 07:07 PM
  2. oalvarez's Avatar
    and to think that some claim that they can do spreadsheet work on a Treo size screen. i'm sure they do, i'm just not sure how efficient or effective it really is.
    07-17-2007 08:34 PM
  3. braj's Avatar
    and to think that some claim that they can do spreadsheet work on a Treo size screen. i'm sure they do, i'm just not sure how efficient or effective it really is.
    At least you can edit them.

    Spreadsheets on Treos work best when the spreadsheet was made to be used on a Treo though. You basically make a little 'app' that does your calculations. I've used them for little bug tracking, test cases, inventory, timesheets, that sort of thing. Data capture. Of course you wouldn't want to use something that would even be complex on the desktop.
    07-17-2007 10:38 PM
  4. oalvarez's Avatar
    yep, at least you can edit them.
    07-18-2007 12:10 AM
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