You are correct- it is the app not I-pad. Don't recommend. Everything else I love! Is there a way to save the body of an email into Dropbox or QuickOffice? Thanks for the help!Originally Posted by twerppoet
If all you want is the body of the email it should be easy for QuickOffice, and require one extra app for DropBox.
For both, just tap and hold anywhere in the body of the email. When the select menu appears choose Select All, then copy.
For QuickOffice, open QuickOffice and start a new document, or open an old one. Tap hold somewhere in the document (not on text) and chose paste. Save the document by whatever means QuickOffice offers. I don't use it, so I can't help there.
For DropBox you will need a note taking or other text editing app that has the ability to save to DropBox. Paste into a document in that app and then save it to DropBox.
If you already have GoodReader it will let you create new text file under the Manage Files tab. You can paste your email body into the new file. It isn't much of a text editor, but it's good enough for quick notes and offers several ways to save and transfer files, including DropBox support.
Last edited by twerppoet; 02-05-2011 at 08:23 PM.
Thanks, Twerppoet! I didn't realize the select all came up by doing that. Okay, another question.... When I watch Netflix the movie volume is kind of low. I've got the I-pad volume setting at it's highest as well as the movie. Any tips to get the volume louder? Probably not, but thought you might know
The internal speakers on the iPad seem to be an afterthought at best, but it sounds great with a set of decent ear buds/phones.