iPad Pages by Minute Help Guides

iPad Pages

By Minute Help Guides

  • Release Date: 2010-07-12
  • Genre: Computers
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Description

This eBook attempts to provide a quick, guided tour of both the basic and the not-so-basic things you can do with Pages. In the first section we cover keyboarding for the iPad, because that is an essential part of the word processing experience you’ll have when you use Pages on it.

In the second section, we help you get the basics of the program down, including formatting, text editing, and document management. In the third section, we provide detailed, step-by-step processes for syncing apps from your computer to your iPad, and for making the most of the software’s advanced graphical features: photos, tables, charts, and shapes (as well as document setup functions like setting the margins). From there, we move into templates, showing you how (and when) to use templates, and where to find more online.

To wrap up, we show you in the second-to-last section how to save and share documents out of the program. And finally, because your experience working with Pages will be even better if you can print and share your documents easily, we will discuss a number of third party apps that can help you print and share all kinds of documents from an iPad, not just Pages documents.
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Reviews

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    By Barfordbill
    Not a god buy! Most of the graphics were not viewable or did not download. The descriptions of actions were very scant. Very poorly written. A good job it wasn't very expensive. I will not be buying any more in the series. Not worth the paper it's written on!
  • What can you tell from a 4 page sample?

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    By RichTeaBisquits
    Nothing! One page is the table of content. Well I already worked that one out from the intro text before I downloaded the sample. The next page is the same as the blurb I just read in the intro, so nothing new there. The third page told me about the keyboard... Er, I guess I know all about that one... and the fourth... Er, can't remember, was it to buy the book that I still know nothing about?! Come on guys! Give us something that will make us wanna buy your book! Why not give us page 26 and 57... The important stuff, the (hopefully) really well explained difficult stuff that really makes your book useful to us. Otherwise, just let us judge your book by the cover.

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