iPad All-in-One For Dummies
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The ins and outs of all things iPad and iPad 2--in full color! Packed with the power of a MacBook, iPod touch, eReader, digital camera, portable game console and so much more, the iPad is an awesome device. And, the business world has certainly taken notice. The iPad is moving into the enterprise where power users and professionals alike are using the device to increase their productivity and work smarter at the office and on the go. Long-time For Dummies author Nancy Muir walks you through the latest functions, features, and capabilities of the iPad and iPad 2 in six easy-to-understand minibooks covering setting up and synching your iPad; using the iWork applications; printing from your iPad; managing your contacts and calendar; accessing your e-mail and the web; making FaceTime video calls; using your iPad as a presentation tool; and finding the best apps for travel, news, weather, finances, and business productivity.* Six full-color minibooks include: iPad Basics, Just for Fun, iPad on the Go, Getting Productive with iWork, Using iPad to Get Organized, and Must-Have iPad Apps* Covers the newest iPad 2 features including FaceTime, Photo Booth, Smart Covers, HD video and cameras, video mirroring, and HDMI output* Shows you how to use iWork and other productivity apps to dress up your documents, create stellar spreadsheets, add pizzazz to your presentations, and maintain your schedule on the run* Walks you through connecting with WiFi and 3G; using Maps for directions and places to stay when you're away from the office; keeping in touch with e-mail and social networking; and using your iPad as a remote desktop while you're on the road* Includes information on having a little fun, too, with tips on loading your iPad or iPad 2 with music, movies, photos, e-books, games, apps, and more Filled with no-nonsense basics and slick and savvy tips, iPad All-in-One For Dummies, Second Edition is the best accessory you'll ever buy for your iPad or iPad 2!
and footer rows and a label column: This one works well for titles at the top and left and for sums or other calculations at the bottom. • Check boxes in the left column: This option makes a great list of things to do. 5. Tap the table layout you like. It’s placed on the sheet you have open. Figure 3-28: Create a new table. Changing a table’s look Whether you recently created a new table or created it long ago, you might want to change its appearance. Here’s how: 1. Select the table you
apps. I tell you the qualities that make the app stand out and describe things you can do with it so that you can decide whether you need it on your iPad. Some of the apps I describe in this chapter were written specifically for the iPad; others, however, were written by their developers to run as native apps on both the iPad and iPhone (or iPod touch) — the plus-sign (+) symbol appears next to the prices of these hybrid apps. You can buy a hybrid app and then use it on whatever iOS devices you
of resource that will only become more valuable as time goes on, especially with iOS devices. ZAGAT is one of the most comprehensive restaurant guides on the planet, and this hybrid iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad app gives you access to thousands of restaurant reviews, a GPS-enabled restaurant locator, the ability to search for restaurants according to multiple criteria, and more. This is definitely a must-have app for foodies, and unlike the print version (once you buy it), the app is constantly
browsing only for images that aren’t copyrighted. Sending a Link If you find a great site that you want to share, you can do so easily by sending a link in an e-mail. Follow these steps to do so: 1. With Safari open and the site you want to share displayed, tap the Menu icon. 2. On the menu that appears (refer to Figure 6-15), tap Mail Link to This Page. 3. In the message form that appears (see Figure 6-18), enter a recipient’s e-mail address, a subject, and your message. Figure 6-18: Use
MacRumors at http://forums.macrumors.com/forumdisplay.php?f=137 The iPad Guide discussions at www.theipadguide.com/forum ipad.org provides several useful threads at http://ipad.org/forum Finding a Missing iPad You can take advantage of the Find My iPad feature to pinpoint the location of your iPad. This is a very handy feature if you forget where you left your iPad or somebody walks away with it. Find My iPad not only lets you track down the critter, but also lets you wipe off the data