How can I transfer Keynote presentations to a new iPad?

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    Hi all,

    I am going to buy a new 64, 3G as an upgrade from the 32.

    How can I transfer photos and Keynote presentations to the new iPad?

    Thanks,

    Tom.
     
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    If you're not using a dropbox App of some sort you can always email the Keynote to yourself and then open it with your iPad. For Keynote it would seem fine but for a large amount of photos I would suggest either syncing photos with iTunes or investing in a camera connection kit.
     
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    I was also going to recommend the email method, but i know i tried emailing myself one and it was large and didn't go so smoothly. I would try [If you have a google account] upload your files to google docs using the google reader app [Free] then using the same app on the new ipad download them to the new ipad.

    Actually i just typed all that and realized I think itunes backs all that info up. I know photos are and im almost certain keynotes are. So instead of setting up the new ipad as a new device back it up from the backup from your old ipad. This would be the best/easiest method in my opinion.
     
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    It turns out that the all my files were held in the Itunes memory.
    I thought I was going to lose a lot of info.
    ITunes copied all my info onto the new Ipad automatically.

    Thanks for the help.

    Onto a similar subject, how can I transfer large Keynote presentations to a PC?
    I need to share them w people at work.

    Thanks again,

    Tom.
     

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