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Opening .xlsx natively in sheet to go Blackberry Bold 9780

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Hello,

I have a blackberry user that is looking to open .xlsx files natively on Sheets to Go Standard.

If he receives an .xls file, it automatically opens in the sheet to go software, however, if it is received as an .xlsx, it opens directly within the blackberry excel application tool and only shows the first 2 sheets of the spreadsheet.

Does anyone know if there is a way to associate the xlsx files with sheet to go as well, or if there is a fix for this.  

Thanks

Steve
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upgrade your docs2go to the latest version.  I had the same issue until i did....
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