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iPad 2 Survival Guide: Step-by-Step User Guide for Apple iPad 2: Getting Started, Downloading FREE eBooks, Taking Pictures, Making Video Calls, Using eMail, and Surfing the Web (Mobi Manuals)
iPad 2 Survival Guide: Step-by-Step User Guide for Apple iPad 2: Getting Started, Downloading FREE eBooks, Taking Pictures, Making Video Calls, Using eMail, and Surfing the Web (Mobi Manuals)
There is much to learn about the new generation of iPad, and the iPad 2 Survival Guide is the flagship guide for Apple’s newest creation. The iPad 2 Survival Guide organizes the wealth of knowledge about the iPad 2 into one place, where it can be easily accessed and navigated for quick reference. This guide comes with countless screenshots, which complement the step-by-step instructions and help you to realize the iPad’s full potential. The iPad 2 Survival Guide provides useful information not discussed in the iPad manual, such as tips and tricks, hidden features, and troubleshooting advice.

You will also learn how to download FREE games and FREE eBooks, how to PRINT right from your iPad, and how to make VIDEO CALLS using FaceTime. Whereas the official iPad 2 manual is stagnant, this guide goes above and beyond by discussing recent known issues and solutions that may be currently available. This information is constantly revised for a complete, up-to-date manual.

Updated on September 27, 2011.

This iPad 2 guide includes:

Getting Started:

- Button Layout
- Before First Use
- Navigating the Screens
- Setting Up Wi-Fi
- Setting Up an Email Account
- Using Email
- Logging In to the Application Store
- Using FaceTime
- Placing a FaceTime Call
- Moving the Picture-in-Picture Display
- Taking Pictures
- Capturing Videos
- Browsing and Trimming Captured Videos
- Using iTunes to Import Videos
- Viewing a Video
- Using the iPod Application
- Using the iTunes Application
- Sending Pictures and Videos via Email
- Setting a Picture as Wallpaper
- Viewing a Slideshow
- Importing Pictures Using iPhoto
- Creating Albums Using iPhoto

Advanced topics:

- 161 Tips and Tricks for the iPad
- Setting the iPad Switch to Mute or Lock Rotation
- Downloading Free Applications
- Downloading Free eBooks
- Adding Previously Purchased and Free eBooks to the iBooks app
- Updating eBooks in the iBooks app
- Using the Kindle Reader for iPad
- Using the iBooks Application
- Using the iBooks Internal Dictionary
- Highlighting and Taking Notes in iBooks
- Turning On VoiceOver
- Printing Directly from the iPad
- Printing Web Pages
- Moving a Message to Another Mailbox or Folder
- Changing the Default Signature
- Setting the Default Email Account
- Changing How You Receive Email
- Saving a Picture Attachment
- Managing Contacts
- Setting Up a 3G Account
- Turning Data Roaming On and Off
- AT&T Data Plans Explained
- Using the Safari Web Browser
- Blocking Pop-Up Windows
- Managing Applications
- Deleting Applications
- Setting a Passcode Lock
- Changing Keyboard Settings
- Tips and Tricks
- Maximizing Battery Life
- Printing Pictures Without a Wireless Printer
- Viewing Applications on an HD TV
- Troubleshooting
- Resetting Your iPad

There is much to learn about the new generation of iPad, and the iPad 2 Survival Guide is the flagship guide for Apple’s newest creation. The iPad 2 Survival Guide organizes the wealth of knowledge about the iPad 2 into one place, where it can be easily accessed and navigated for quick reference. This guide comes with countless screenshots, which complement the step-by-step instructions and help you to realize the iPad’s full potential. The iPad 2 Survival Guide provides useful information not discussed in the iPad manual, such as tips and tricks, hidden features, and troubleshooting advice.

You will also learn how to download FREE games and FREE eBooks, how to PRINT right from your iPad, and how to make VIDEO CALLS using FaceTime. Whereas the official iPad 2 manual is stagnant, this guide goes above and beyond by discussing recent known issues and solutions that may be currently available. This information is constantly revised for a complete, up-to-date manual.

Updated on September 27, 2011.

This iPad 2 guide includes:

Getting Started:

- Button Layout
- Before First Use
- Navigating the Screens
- Setting Up Wi-Fi
- Setting Up an Email Account
- Using Email
- Logging In to the Application Store
- Using FaceTime
- Placing a FaceTime Call
- Moving the Picture-in-Picture Display
- Taking Pictures
- Capturing Videos
- Browsing and Trimming Captured Videos
- Using iTunes to Import Videos
- Viewing a Video
- Using the iPod Application
- Using the iTunes Application
- Sending Pictures and Videos via Email
- Setting a Picture as Wallpaper
- Viewing a Slideshow
- Importing Pictures Using iPhoto
- Creating Albums Using iPhoto

Advanced topics:

- 161 Tips and Tricks for the iPad
- Setting the iPad Switch to Mute or Lock Rotation
- Downloading Free Applications
- Downloading Free eBooks
- Adding Previously Purchased and Free eBooks to the iBooks app
- Updating eBooks in the iBooks app
- Using the Kindle Reader for iPad
- Using the iBooks Application
- Using the iBooks Internal Dictionary
- Highlighting and Taking Notes in iBooks
- Turning On VoiceOver
- Printing Directly from the iPad
- Printing Web Pages
- Moving a Message to Another Mailbox or Folder
- Changing the Default Signature
- Setting the Default Email Account
- Changing How You Receive Email
- Saving a Picture Attachment
- Managing Contacts
- Setting Up a 3G Account
- Turning Data Roaming On and Off
- AT&T Data Plans Explained
- Using the Safari Web Browser
- Blocking Pop-Up Windows
- Managing Applications
- Deleting Applications
- Setting a Passcode Lock
- Changing Keyboard Settings
- Tips and Tricks
- Maximizing Battery Life
- Printing Pictures Without a Wireless Printer
- Viewing Applications on an HD TV
- Troubleshooting
- Resetting Your iPad

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Moo Cards
Moo Cards
My free Moo cards finally came in... They're ok, I think they're too small though... and the corners crease way too easily... 2 of the cards already had a creased corner already... wasn't to happy with that. But w/e they're free. heheh, can't complain.

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