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Way to transfer PDF files to Adobe Reader

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  1. Naffiza
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    Adobe® Reader® is the free, trusted leader for reliably viewing and interacting with PDF documents across platforms and devices. Download the free Adobe Reader X mobile app to work with PDF files on your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Easily access, manage, and share a wide variety of PDF file types, including PDF Portfolios, password-protected documents, fillable forms, and Adobe LiveCycle® rights-managed PDF files.

    Lots of users wonder how to transfer PDF files to Adobe Reader, that’s quite simple with the help of i-FunBox. Following is a brief tutorial:
    ·Open i-FunBox

    ·Choose “Documents†under “Adobe Readerâ€

    ·Then copy or drag your PDF file to i-FunBox

    ·Now take a look at your iPhone/iPad, and open your Adobe Reader documents, then you’ll find your PDF file there

    For it's my first time to post articals, I have no permission to add pictures. But I think it's easy to understand ^_^!!
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    Or simply place them in iBooks. That's where I keep all my .pdf operating manuals.
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    Same here.
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    Adobe Reader for iPad is a little superfluous. iOS has native support for PDF viewing, and apps like Goodreader or iBooks give you bountiful ways of transferring and storing it.
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    if you want to view your pdf file use ibook but it you want to highlight the page download ebook reader but if you dont want to sync single everytime use dropbox its simple drop your files in the dropbox folder in your computer and you can put pdf,pictures,etc without pluging in your ipad YOU MUST CONNECTED TO THE WIRELESS to view or drop a file in your dropbox folder

    iPad 3 

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