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    I use a lot of .ppt and .doc files. Writting and editing. Can you point me to the best solution for me (office apps), for my ipad of course. Thanks

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    Hey guys. I have managed to upload PDF and Video to my iPad2. However I can not seem to upload a simple excel and word doc to my iPad2 via iTunes. I need to email these docs and I only have a 3G connection on my iPad. Can any one tell me how to do this? Where will the docs be saved to on my iPad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01steve
    Hey guys. I have managed to upload PDF and Video to my iPad2. However I can not seem to upload a simple excel and word doc to my iPad2 via iTunes. I need to email these docs and I only have a 3G connection on my iPad. Can any one tell me how to do this? Where will the docs be saved to on my iPad?
    Try using Dropbox. But first you need an App that will open your docs and excel files on your ipad.. Like docs to go, office2 or something. Maybe thats the reason also that you cannot copy the files thru itunes.. Because there is no app supporting those files yet.. Pdf can be opened in ibooks..
    Also, you need to have dropbox installed in the pc or laptop where your file will originate.

    Just my 2 pesos cents..

    Sent from my iPad2 3g+WiFi using Forum Runner

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    Evernote is also a great app for loading up Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and PDF files. You have the added advantage of being able to share/open the documents on multiple computers/devices.

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    Bottom line is which of these will read an MS Word file from an e-mail attachment on my ipad please.

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    I can email a Word document to myself, using my Gmail account. I can open it with the built-in email reader that comes with iPad. I can then send it to Pages and open it there.

    Opening MS files is not difficult.

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    I am need to the forum and have been reading it a bit and found that you all have great information. I like it when I can read a forum and see that the people that use it and post are knowledgeable and passionate in what they are talking about.

    I have not purchased an ipad yet but am planning on it, that is the reason I am reading up on it. My question that I have looked around for but not found a difinitive answer to is this. I see that I can open word files on the ipad with a few different apps. Can I have a folder on my screen that I can tap to open that has other folders in it and open whats in them. It would be like what is in my documents on my laptop. I click in the file and it opens up and there are other folders. I open them and click on the word file I want to open.

    What I am doing is, I want to put all of my recipes on my ipad and be able to mount it or on a stand in my kitchen and then read my recipes with out priniting them on paper or having my laptop on the counter. I have a recipe file in my documents and it has 12 folders in it, ie. salads, salad dressings, rolls, and so forth. I want to touch the file and be able to open it on the screen . I see where it has been shown that you can move files to pages or DTG but it looks like one at a time. I have to many to do it and I like to have them in categories. Is this possible? Thanks ahead of time for any help you can give a newbie.

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    jetact,

    You might consider using Dropbox, or something like it. You already have all of your recipes in multiple folders, so dump all of them into Dropbox, that you install on your desktop/laptop and then use the Dropbox app on iPad to access them. You are able to keep the files in the folders that you like. I access Word and Powerpoint files on my iPad all the time, using my Dropbox account.

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    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkilgore
    jetact,

    You might consider using Dropbox, or something like it. You already have all of your recipes in multiple folders, so dump all of them into Dropbox, that you install on your desktop/laptop and then use the Dropbox app on iPad to access them. You are able to keep the files in the folders that you like. I access Word and Powerpoint files on my iPad all the time, using my Dropbox account.
    Keep tHis as basic instruction about putting order in compiling all my vast collections of info, in folders for. Shop, personal folders for things like recipes but this can be all-inclusive for anyone's records.
    From my white iPad2' in PA & NJ


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