How Do I Get Documents onto the iPad, and What Do I Use to Edit Them?

iPad File Review ImageOne of the most common questions I receive from new users of iPad, is “how do I get documents onto my new iPad?”, and “what apps do I use to view and edit documents once they are on my iPad?”. I recently presented at a seminar on this topic, and I thought it would be helpful to share my presentation materials. iPad for File Review provides detailed instructions for transferring documents to your iPad using iTunes, Dropbox and email. This document¬†also provide a basic overview of both iAnnotate and PDF Expert. These are by far my favorite PDF viewers/editors.

When I have more time, I also plan on providing some video that will make this process even easier to understand. Document review and editing is often a topic of our monthly iPlug meetings. Luckily these meetings are designed for all levels of users, and we welcome all questions as the meetings are generally run as an open discussion. If you are struggling with your iPad effectively, or you have suggestions of better methods for transferring and editing documents on your iPad, please feel free to share them with us on the website, or during our next monthly meeting. iPlug meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday or each month in Wilmington, and the 3rd Wednesday of each month in Dover. Please continue to visit our site for monthly meeting notices.

Download: iPad4FileReview

Accessing Recent Files Using Currents

Take a look at Currents, a new app / program by Carbonite, the backup folks. It gives you access, on all devices, to all documents you opened in the past 30 days, for free. It gives me a lot of the most important parts of my desktop instantly, without logging in via logmein or gotomypc.

Bob

Robert J. Katzenstein
Smith, Katzenstein & Jenkins LLP
rjk@skjlaw.com
Phone 302-652-8400
Cell 302-354-4441
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