How can I do this on the iPAd

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  1. Kmanuel

    Kmanuel iPF Noob

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    Hey everyone,

    I recently purchased an iPAd and I made sure to purchase the higher capacity version for this reason. I have alot of disease-state guidelines in .PDF format, and I would like some sort of file system that allows me to open the file and view it in an organized way. I have dropbox but I would like to save such files to my iPad memory.

    For example, I would like to open up an application, chose Cardiovascular -> Hypertension -> Therapeutics.ppt and view that file on my iPad. I do not wish to edit or anything. I have all the powerpoints on my computer and I would just like to transfer it to the iPad in an easy and user friendly way.

    If you can recommend an app that would be great thanks.
     
  2. addiosamigo

    addiosamigo iPad Junkie

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    Purchase an app called goodreader, this has the ability to make folders and organise files, as well as a lot of other useful functions, goodreader is like a Swiss army knife for the iPad and should come as standard!

    It also Allows you to link your Dropbox account to goodreader, so that you can download and keep PDFs in the app itself.
     
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    Wizee iPF Novice

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    Buy Goodreader, It is what you need.
     
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    j joy j iPad Fan

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    Another vote for GoodReader. I use it this way also, but with guitar music sheets. I use Dropbox to upload/sync it to my iPad and have my music categorized in folders. Works great!
     

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