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Pdf's on iPhone 3GS


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Hi Guys,

I have recently got myself a 32GB 3GS iphone.

I work as an IT Consultant who is constantly on his move, hence i would like to store large pdf files on my iphone so i catch up on the reading when i need too,.

Can anyone let me know how can i save pdf on my iphone so i can access them even when i am not connected to 3g or wifi.

Also does is there any application that allows me to search for key words on the pdf or go to a certain pdf as in the case of the standard.

Thanks

Moh
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How large would these pdf files be, Moh?


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