Best way to store a 60 mb magazine in my ipad

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  1. paulyeo11

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    Hi all

    Pls advise the above , so that I can view it any time . And not take up a lot of my iPad memory space.

    Paul
     
  2. King Hal

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    I'd guess that if it's a 60MB file it will take up 60MB on your iPad? No?

    What format is it in?

    What readers do you have installed?

    I think more info required.
     
  3. peled

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    I assume you are talking about a PDF magazine ( 60M is an average magazine size).
    You just move it from your PC directory to the iTunes area, then you move it in iTunes to the Device area.
    It will show up in your iBook at the PDF library.
    I do it dally. ( A local free newspaper + Some Magazines from time to time)
    Once it's in the iBook, I delete it from iTune. Don't need it there. The backup on the PC directory is good enough.
     
  4. paulyeo11

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    Hi peled,

    Many thank for your good advise, I use to send a email to my iPad , and when use my iPad open the file and save into apps. I think your approach is better.

    Paul
     

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