===Newb needs help===

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by jaa, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. Ron_L

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    Goodreader will display Powerpoint files. I do it all of the time. You can sync them to the iPad through the Applications tab in iTunes. At the bottom you'll see a section that will let you select the files to sync.
     
  2. jaa

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    hi mate, do you know of any programs where I can edit the .ppt and view it at the same time on the ipad? and can transfer it and view it with microsoft powerpoint on the computer ??
     
  3. Matth3w

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    Documents to Go
     
  4. jaa

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    thanks mate..but what's the difference between the iwork suite (keynote, pages and numbers) compared to documents to go?

    In australia the iwork suite sells for $12.99 per keynote, pages and numbers, whereas docs2go sells for $12.99 for the whole program.

    but can docs2go compare to the iworks suite in terms of productivity is my question
     
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    #15 Matth3w, Jun 7, 2010
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  6. freedom-input

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    when you say "with your ipad connected" Matt ... i take it you still need a windows pc kicking around with itunes on it ?
     
  7. Matth3w

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    You can do it the other way without a PC, but to sync it the way I described you don't need a windows pc per se, but you do need some sort of computer attached to it to connect through iTunes.

    Alternatively you could sync over WiFi if you are jailbroken, or sync through a service like Drop Box or Box.net...
     

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