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In iPad Tips and Tricks, author Christopher Breen provides expert tips for getting the most out of the Apple iPad (first generation) and iPad 2, including gesturing, typing, and adding content, as well as troubleshooting common device issues. The course explains how to download and manage apps, configure email accounts, create presentations, and set up videoconferences. The course also demonstrates both built-in and third-party solutions for opening and editing files, streaming video and audio wirelessly, and troubleshooting common device issues.
Hi! I'm Chris Breen and I'm here to introduce you to iPad Tips and Tricks. In this course, I'll offer setup and productivity tips to make working with your first and second generation iPad easier and more efficient. We'll start with the basics, like understanding the iPad's touch-based interface and configuring email accounts. I'll show you options for opening a variety of file types and managing files in third-party iPad applications. I'll show you how to put the new built-in cameras to good use with the Photos app, Photo Booth, and FaceTime.
Finally, we'll look at a variety of ways to connect peripherals, such as printers, microphones, and musical instruments to your iPad. Although this course isn't a complete survey of the iPad, you need very little experience with it to follow along. Those of you who've spent quality time with iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPod Touch will find helpful tips and techniques as well. Now let's get started with iPad Tips and Tricks.
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