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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 ...
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.
The minibooks cover 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. This revised new edition includes updated coverage of iOS 5, iCloud, and the latest must-have iPad apps.
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Book I: iPad Basics 5
Chapter 1: Buying Your iPad 7
Chapter 2: Getting Started with iPad 19
Chapter 3: Accessibility Features 45
Chapter 4: Overview of Bundled Apps 61
Chapter 5: Setting Up iTunes to Sync and Buy Apps 71
Chapter 6: Browsing the Web 97
Chapter 7: Working with E-mail in Mail 115
Chapter 8: Managing iPad Settings 133
Chapter 9: Maintaining and Troubleshooting 149
Book II: Just for Fun 163
Chapter 1: Buying Content at iTunes and Beyond 165
Chapter 2: Playing Music on iPad 181
Chapter 3: Watching Videos 195
Chapter 4: Getting the Most Out of iPad Cameras and FaceTime 207
Chapter 5: Getting Social with Twitter and iMessage 223
Chapter 6: Playing with the Photos App 231
Chapter 7: Using Your iPad as an E-reader 245
Chapter 8: Playing Games 269
Book III: iPad on the Go 287
Chapter 1: Configuring iPad to Connect Everywhere 289
Chapter 2: Finding Your Way with Maps 299
Chapter 3: Apps for Road Warriors 325
Book IV: Getting Productive with iWork 339
Chapter 1: Introducing the iWork for iOS Apps for iPad 341
Chapter 2: Pages Has a Way with Words 371
Chapter 3: Counting on Numbers 383
Chapter 4: Presenting Keynote 413
Book V: Using iPad to Get Organized 433
Chapter 1: Managing Files and Printing 435
Chapter 2: Making Notes 447
Chapter 3: Keeping On Schedule with Calendar 459
Chapter 4: Working with Reminders and Notifications 479
Chapter 5: Managing Contacts 491
Book VI: Must-Have iPad Apps 513
Chapter 1: Business Apps 515
Chapter 2: Travel Apps 527
Chapter 3: Social Web Apps 543
Chapter 4: News and Weather Apps 553
Chapter 5: Financial Apps 567
Chapter 6: Entertainment Apps 581
Posted March 9, 2012
This should be the owner's manual for the iPad user. It is written for all levels of users, novice and experienced, with easy to follow diagrams and figures. I can't imagine where I'd be on the learning curve having not read this handy publication.
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Posted May 3, 2012
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