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Things That You Could Do On Your Ipad

05.04.2013 · Posted in COMPUTER AND TECHNOLOGY

If you use your iPad to store sensitive information, you can turn on a feature that will delete all this data in case a wrong password is entered ten times. Go to your settings, tap on general and select the pass-code lock feature. Use a password you will not easily forget.

Learn all the things the side switch can do on your iPad. It is a handy way to turn your audio alerts on and off without affecting your playback sound. You can also use it to lock your screen so that it does not automatically rotate. If you want to use it for some other function, you can change this in the General Settings menu.

If you haven’t ever had a tablet before, you may be overwhelmed. The iPad is incredibly user friendly and almost impossible to screw up. Just start playing with it and see how much you can figure out alone. Even the most computer inept should be able to handle an iPad.

Do you need to switch from one app to another? You should activate the multitasking gestures in the general tab of your settings. You will then be able to swipe left or right to switch apps, swipe up to see your multitasking bar and pinch your fingers if you want to access your home.

It is possible to preview more than a couple of lines of email by changing settings. Go to the Mail menu under Settings and choose “Preview.” Change this setting to show however many lines you want. This will give you a larger range to view when you are skimming.

You can scroll back to the top of a long page in your browser without repeatedly dragging your finger across the screen. There is a much more efficient method. All you have to do is tap a finger on the title bar one time. You will zoom right back to the top of the page.

If you iPad is set to default you will be able to see a few sentences of your email before you read it. If you would rather see more before you open it, there is an option. To change this, you’ll need to open Settings, and then press on Mail. After you go to “mail”, choose “contacts” and “calendar” in order to see additional lines of text before opening your messages.

Do you need some help with organizing your busy schedule? Install a Google calendar on your iPad. Tap on the mail section of your settings and select calendars. Choose add a calendar, select Google as your server and enter your Google account information. Your Google calendar will then be exported to your iPad calendar.

Copy and paste is no longer a feature only accessible on your home computer. With a simple tap of the button, you can select any area of text and copy it to your clipboard. When you’re ready to paste, tap the button once more and select the “paste” option. This is perfect for duplicate messages or sharing an idea more than once.

Wait until accessories are on sale until you buy. Your iPad comes with what you need up front – the iPad and a charging cable – and everything else can wait. If you want a standing charger, case, keyboard, screen protection or any such item, they go on sale frequently online, so keep your eyes peeled and be patient.

If you have just purchased an iPad, you are no doubt amazed, and you might also feel a little confused. While it can take awhile to get the hang of your new gadget, having a few tips to turn to can make your experience better. Keep these tips handy, and use them to make your iPad more user friendly. Before you know it, your iPad might just become your “go to” device!

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