iPad User Guide - Basic Tips for New Users

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To capture whatever is on your iPad's screen as a photo, hold the Power button, and hit the Home button. You'll see the display flash and hear a shutter click, and the image will appear in the Camera Roll in Photos. From there, press the Arrow icon in the top right corner to e-mail, print, or copy the image, use it as wallpaper, or assign it to one of your contacts

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iPad User Guide - Basic Tips for New Users

  1. 1. iPad UsefullTips and Tricks
  2. 2. Screen Shot your screen• To capture whatever is on your iPads screen as a photo, hold the Power button, and hit the Home button. Youll see the display flash and hear a shutter click, and the image will appear in the Camera Roll in Photos. From there, press the Arrow icon in the top right corner to e- mail, print, or copy the image, use it as wallpaper, or assign it to one of your contacts.
  3. 3. An Easy Save for E-Mail Photo Attachments• If you get a picture with an e-mail message, tap on it, and youll get a pop-up menu that gives you the option to Copy or Save Image. Select the latter, and the image will be saved to your Camera Roll. The former lets you paste the image into another application.
  4. 4. Keep a Low Location Profile• The good thing about an iPad with integrated GPS and Wi-Fi is that there are tons of apps that can serve up location-based information. In Settings>Location Services, you can select the apps that you want to allow access to your location. Or if youre looking to go full-on incognito, turn location services off altogether here.
  5. 5. Put a Pin in It• Another cool map feature: Pins! Hold down a finger on any point to drop a pin on the map. Youll get a pop-up: The orange icon below shows the street view at the point youve selected, and the blue icon on the right brings up a dialog that offers directions to or from that point, among other options including sharing that location via e-mail.
  6. 6. Summon Instant iPod Controls• If you swipe left, rather than right, after you tap the Home button twice, youll get video/music play controls, and volume and screen-brightness sliders. Depending upon whether youve assigned the lock rotation or the muting function to the side hardware switch, youll get the other option in the left corner. The shot here shows the Screen Orientation lock
  7. 7. Surf Safe in Safari• In the course of clicking around the Web, you can encounter thousands of text links, but which ones are legit? Hold your finger on any link, and youll get a dialog box that lets you open or copy the link, while showing you its full URL.
  8. 8. Dont Want to Get Your Google On?• A fairly recent addition to iOS: The freedom to switch up your search engine. Opt for Bing or Yahoo instead of Google in Settings>Safari>Search Engine.
  9. 9. THANK YOUSlides Created By: Cygnis Media

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