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Do you print MORE or LESS TOTAL (from PC, Macs, iPad, etc) now that you have an iPad?

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View Poll Results: Do you PRINT More or Less from your PC, Mac, iPad, etc. now that you have an iPad?

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  • I print about the same number of pages

    8 26.67%
  • I print a lot less. (46-100% fewer pages)

    16 53.33%
  • I print a little less. (1-45% fewer pages)

    6 20.00%
  • I print a little more. (1-45% more pages)

    0 0%
  • I print a lot more. (46-100% more pages)

    0 0%
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    Cloud sync of documents

    Do you think with Apple enabling their "office productivity" suite such as Pages, Numbers, Keynote, etc to sync documents to all of a users' devices will help reduce the need to print?

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    I make presentations to doctors everyday, and find myself using my iPad and emailing the presentation rather then going to kinkos and making a million copies.

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    My paper printing has declined tremendously. I used to print out documents to read during my commute. I would also email the documents to myself. These documents were typically PDF files or Word documents. I don't typically use a smartphone and hauling the laptop around was tiring, and sometimes I could not get a seat near a plug if I needed to recharge.


    The iPad, along with Dropbox, GoodReader (and iannotate), Simplenote and Evernote have changed all that tremendously. I also now make more notes to send via email to coworkers who are working on shared projects. There may be other combinations of apps that are just as effective, but this is what mainly works for me now.

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    I print the same as before, everything I have to print cannot be done on ipad, so for me it has not changed the amount to be printed.
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    Not everyone has to agree with your point of views, but at some point they need to accept Them!

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    I don't print so much since I got the ipad

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    I print less. It is easier to read on my ipad2 than it is on my desktop or laptop so I print less.

    Dee

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    I've heard a lot of recent discussion in the print industry that "mobile" printing is the future for printing. I'm still skeptical and still printing less. If you want to share how much you DON'T print. Follow and join this Twitter conversation.
    #idontprint12

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    I hardly print anything now I have an iPad. School info, church rotas, masses of committee documents, recipes, packing lists, things to do lists, shopping list etc etc, are all on my iPad and iPhone. One of the main reasons I bought an iPhone was that I had so much info stored on my iPad, I really wanted to have it with me all the time and the iPhone is so much easier to take around with me everywhere. They compliment each other perfectly: iPad at home, iPhone out and about.
    One of the really handy tools for cutting down on paperwork printing for me is the print screen option as it is so handy to be able to take a quick snap of an emailed receipt or holiday booking info etc for quick reference from the camera roll, on or off line.

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    I print much less printing since I have an iPad. I use Goodreader as my folder. I sync it between my NAS drive and my iPhone.

    Sent from my iPad2 3G 32 gig (not JB'ed) / using iPF

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