1. tmember's Avatar
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    I opened an attachment and it's way too small to read. The Menu has an option to Zoom but doesn't do anything when I click on it. Can someone tell me how to make it work?

    Another question... How do we make sure that the Browser and other Applications are not running in the background? Thanks

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    05-23-08 09:34 AM
  2. IrishJK09's Avatar
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    I opened an attachment and it's way too small to read. The Menu has an option to Zoom but doesn't do anything when I click on it. Can someone tell me how to make it work?

    Another question... How do we make sure that the Browser and other Applications are not running in the background? Thanks

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    After you press zoom, you need to scroll the trackwheel up or down to zoom in or out, respectively.

    Don't leave any applications by the use of the back key (right of trackball) or the end call key. Always press menu (button left of trackball) and scroll to close or exit to end an application and you will never have to worry about it.
    05-23-08 09:54 AM
  3. enrich2u's Avatar
    Yes good practice!!!! If you have a lot of apps runing in the background, they will use processing power, which needs battery. this will drastically reduce battery life. Useless applications must be closed...
    05-23-08 10:07 AM
  4. SevereDeceit's Avatar
    I just point my arrow at what I want to read and click my trackball twice and it will zoom.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    05-23-08 10:18 AM
  5. tmember's Avatar
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    I so appreciate your answers. Just one more thing. Could you tell me how I can know what programs are running in the background? And again, you told me exactly what I needed to know!

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    05-23-08 10:29 AM
  6. IrishJK09's Avatar
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    I so appreciate your answers. Just one more thing. Could you tell me how I can know what programs are running in the background? And again, you told me exactly what I needed to know!

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    Hold the left side ALT key and press the back button (button to the right of the trackball). This will bring up the application switcher, and all your currently running apps will be listed. Don't let go of the left side ALT key and you can either scroll the trackball left and right to highlight apps, or you can keep pressing the back button. Keep in mind that BlackBerrys will ALWAYS have the following 5 apps listed in there:

    1. Browser
    2. Phone
    3. Messages
    4. BlackBerry Messenger
    5. Home Screen
    (not necessarily in that order)

    If you are on At&t, there is another, but it looks like you are on Verizon, so those should be the only ones you see. If you see more, just highlight them to and either click the track ball, or let go of alt and it will open the highlighted app as your foreground running app. Once you are in that app, follow my previous instructions to make sure it closes all the way.
    05-23-08 12:16 PM
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