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Are you looking for a way to easily share documents on internet? If yes, then emailing is out of the question because you might not have the email address of all the recipients. A solution to this is presented by TxtBear.

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TxtBear is a web service currently in beta. It lets users upload document files and then makes them available in its own document reader.

You start by browsing towards the file on your computer; you can select files of the following formats: PDF, HTML, ODT, DOCX, DOC, ODP, XLSX, XLS, ODS, TXT, RTF, PPTX, and PPT. The interface has the option of making the file upload public or private but this feature does not seem to work at the moment.

Your selected file is uploaded and converted; the result is shown in the site’s own virtual reader. You can share files in this reader via Facebook, Twitter, and email. Alternatively you can copy and share the URL.

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  1. jasray
    August 15, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    No mention of anywhere? Hmmmm . . .

  2. Ivan Joseph
    August 15, 2010 at 4:14 am

    Looks promising but the large vertical ad embedded on each page makes me sad. I also couldn't see a way to delete the document I uploaded nor how to restrict access to it but I also didn't signup for an account so maybe that's a requirement. I think I'll stick with Google Docs which also allows the sharing of many document types and has its own reader too.