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Mac's PRINT command has PDF option. If you look closely at that option there is an EDIT MENU option. Select that and use the plus sign to add your DROPBOX or a sub directory in your DROPBOX to add SEND TO DROPBOX as an option when creating a new PDF with the PRINT command.
While studying or browsing the web a quick PRINT creates a PDF that is easily shared with the iPad. On the iPad simple app like DROPBOX, or GoodReader quickly move a file from the drop box to the iPad and then allow you to OPEN WITH a variety of iPad apps.
Slick and Fast!
Last edited by 4phun; 08-23-2010 at 06:26 AM.
08-23-2010 06:23 AM
Giveaway of the Day JPG To PDF Converter is a windows utility
Giveaway of the Day
JPG To PDF Converter is a windows utility that quickly convert multiple images into a single pdf document.
Posted: 23 Aug 2010 12:00 AM PDT
JPG To PDF Converter is a windows utility that quickly convert multiple images into a single pdf document. With JPG To PDF Converter users an create pdf files from image formats like JPG, GIF, BMP, TIF, PNG and PSD.
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Brilliant the pdf print option. Like, 'wow'. Thks!
Hi guys - I'm an iPad newbie and came on here to get some help, but I think you've already pointed me in the right direction with iAnnotate.
However, I need to annotate pdf's REALLY fast - live on stage - so I'm going to need a stylus. Some of them look like they're more designed fro drawing that writing; anyone got a sure-fire writing stylus recommendation for me please?
Added annotations in Preview file
Saved file with new file name
Transferred to iPad using drop box
Viewed with iAnnotate on iPad ... Annotations do not show
With earlier versions of iAnnotate I had tried going from iPad iAnnotate to Preview on my laptop and the annotations also disappeared
Thanks for any ideas
Hi Jerr! I don't know much about that app, but this is a pretty old thread. Try posting in the help section, if you haven't already. Good luck!
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