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Tip from Donna for creating an iPodTouch wallpaper with your contact information for older devices - useful should you accidentally misplace your device :-)

Tip from Donna for creating an iPodTouch wallpaper with your contact information for older devices - useful should you accidentally misplace your device :-)


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  • 1. Identity  Wallpaper  Tip  submitted  by  Donna  Klyne  If  you  happen  to  misplace  or  lose  your  iPad/iTouch  and  you  have  it  password  protected,  there  is  no  way  for  the  person  who  finds  it  to  be  able  to  return  it  to  you  quickly  unless  you  put  an  “identity  wallpaper”  with  your  name  and  phone  number  on  it.      This  would  be  the  first  thing  the  person  sees  when  they  open  your  iPad/iTouch.  To  create  the  identity  wallpaper,  you  can  take  your  favourite  picture  or  a  background  picture  that  you  saved  on  your  computer.         1. Right  click  on  the  picture  and  open  with  “Paint”.       2. Once  you  are  in  “Paint”  select  the  “Text”  by  clicking  the  “A”  symbol.    Choose  the  color  of  your   text  by  clicking  on  the  color  you  want  in  “Color  1”.    Depending  on  your  background,  you  would   choose  a  contrasting  color  that  would  stand  out  clearly.       3. Click  anywhere  on  your  picture  to  start  typing  the  information.    You  can  change  the  font  type   and  size  and  bold  if  you  like.    Select  a  big  font  as  you  will  want  it  clear  enough  to  see  when  you   have  it  on  your  iPad/iTouch.  (For  example,  I  use  90  as  my  font  size).       4. You  can  type  in  whatever  information  you  want  -­‐  name,  phone  number  or  email  address  or   (“reward”  like  Conrad  suggested).      After  entering  all  the  information,  you  can  “save  as”  which   would  save  your  edited  picture  but  keep  the  original  as  it  is.       5. Email  the  picture  to  the  email  account  on  your  iPad/iTouch.  
  • 2. 6. Open  the  email  with  your  picture;  select  the  option  that  will  “save  image”.    On  my  iTouch,  it’s  an   arrow  on  the  bottom  of  the  screen  that  brings  up  this  option.    Once  you  save  your  image,  it   should  be  in  your  “Saved  Photos”.        7. On  your  “Settings”  icon  in  “Wallpaper”  choose  your  photo.    It  will  ask  you  to  “set”  or  “cancel”.       Note:    Make  sure  your  picture  is  clear  before  you  “set”.    If  you  set  it  too  quickly,  it  may  appear   blurry.