Quick Tips: Reading PDFs the right way on your BlackBerry Video
Quick Tips: Reading PDFs the right way on your BlackBerry Video Transcript
>> Hey what's up guys, I'm Brian Tong for CNET.com and we've got a Quick Tip for your BlackBerry phone. Now, a lot of people complain that the built-in BlackBerry PDF viewer is crappy because the files show up blurry and illegible. Well, today, we're gonna show you how to see your PDFs more clearly with a quick little trick. So, when you receive a PDF in your BlackBerry's email, your first instinct is probably to open the attachment and then you wanna zoom into it, but you'll get a really blurry and nassy-looking result. So, this is where we help you out. Now, to read the attached PDF more clearly, you'll wanna click on the track bobbin and chose Full Page. Now, you'll instantly be able to tell you have a much clearer view of your PDF and you can choose to Zoom into the PDF as well and the image will be legible enough to read. Now if your PDF has multiple pages, you have to go back and select the page you wanna navigate to and then choose the Full Page option to see it clearly. So there you have it. I'm Brian Tong for CNET.com with another Quick Tip to make your tech life easier for you.
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