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DataViz has just released updates to their latest mobile office software for the Bold, Pearl Flip and upcoming BlackBerry Storm.

One of the issues that marred the Bolds overall usefulness was the lack of Office 2007 document support in the accompanying Documents To Go suite.

Now it appears this could be resolved in the latest release and just in time too, as the phone has just hit the shelves in the US of A.

As the new set of applications fully feature support viewing, editing and creating native Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.

Existing users on the BlackBerry OS version 4.5 can apparently upgrade to the latest edition free of charge, although we weren’t able to corroborate this at the time of going to press.

Documents To Go Premium Edition is available in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish and can be purchased from their website with a non-expiring license for $69.99  or as a one year subscription for $49.99.

You can also download a free 30 day trial, visit www.dataviz.com/dtgforbb for more info.

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