Can you save or put documents on an ipadcategory: Ipad
Yes you can! You can save anything from movies to word files!
The I-Phone 3G is able to read Word and Powerpoint files. Using the Glide OS allows the user to also create these documents.
To save the document press and hold in the file attachment. You will then be given a number of options. For Word documents, these are Quick Look, Open in "Pages" and Open In... Select Open in "Pages" to import and open the document in Pages. !
Use Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint on your iPad to create or edit documents. !
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8 Responses to “Can you save or put documents on an ipad”
Can you save documents on an iPad?yes using the pages ($10)By DJFriar October 18th, 2012 at 20:28:28
Although the Apple iPad does not have a USB port or disc drive, it is still possible to transfer documents to the device using the File Sharing utility in iTunes. The iTunes application facilitates the transfer of data from your computer to your iPadBy HW Nation October 18th, 2012 at 22:43:10
For simple documents, Plaintext is Dropbox aware.For more complex documents, look at QuickOffice It is both Dropbox aware and Office compatible.By padfoot007 October 19th, 2012 at 01:01:39
hi to do it you connect the YFIE to the TFIE and there you have it. hi to do it you connect the YFIE to the TFIE and there you have it.By Ezswo October 19th, 2012 at 03:04:04
Will Mac fanboy kool-aid drinkers buy the iPad? Is the iPad dumb, stupid, pointless, a piece of crap? This looks like a useless product. -It doesn’t have an SD card slot or UBy rolfw1 October 19th, 2012 at 06:04:10
Could he get me an iPod Touch? I want to work for my grandpa during the summer. Basically, anything I could handle. That includes setting up the boat, helping around the house and cabin, and helping him. I have sent him a long email, listing the pros and cons of the iPod Touch, the advantages over the iPad, and a lot of stuff. Basically I listed just about everything about the iPod Touch. I am grateful that I have access to internet, clothes, a roof over my house, and the computer. One reason I want an iPad is because of the educational apps, due to the fact there’s a chance I may be in honors during the 8th grade. Another reason is so I can help my dad more with his iPad. I have to help him just about every day he has his iPad out, and I want to learn iOS, myself. Plus, the only difference in the Touch and the iPad is the size. I’ll try to make arrangements with him so I can update his iPad to iOS5 sometime in the fall or winter. I’m aware the 5G is coming out soon, so if it’s good enough, I’ll make arrangements with my grandpa so I can work for him a few more weeks if he doesn’t feel like pre-ordering. So, put yourself in my grandpa’s shoes. He’s 73 and works in computer maintenance. That’s defying a stereotype right there. He bought an iPad for my dad on May 2nd. If you were my grandpa would you get me one? I’m 13 years old, and grateful for everything my parents have bought me. Also, if a computer isn’t available, due to an electric outage, and I need to type a document, I could type it on my iPod. We don’t have a printer, so if I need to write a document, I can type it onto the device (A friend let me borrow his, it turns out that 82 words per minute is very fast for a first time mobile device user.) and talk to whatever teacher I need to print a document on, and print it out if she gives me consent. Regardless, if you get permission from the principal, you could save the document, put it on the computer at school and print it there. So if you were my grandpa would you get me an iPod Touch or an iPad?
Please don’t call me spoiled, because I love my grandparents to death and I’m not the type of person to use them, like most kids these days do to their parents.
can you backup documents saved on a flash drive to another flash driveBy Joshva October 19th, 2012 at 10:52:06
RT digital_times: Do you still pitch with a laptop and a bunch of powerpoint slides? Might be time to move on.By Texas Redneck October 19th, 2012 at 13:02:27