This video runs through a list of useful shortcuts for working with and editing text.
- [Instructor] The release of iOS 13 and iPad OS … brought several improvements to the ways you can type, … work with, and navigate text. … For example, you can now tap and hold on the cursor itself … to drag it around to where you want to place it. … And notice as I drag it, … it becomes larger and sort of snaps in to place … between letters and on lines. … If you have to scroll through a long page, … instead of swiping it multiple times, … you can hold down on the scroll bar … at the side of the screen, … then it just becomes a little bit thicker, … and then you can drag it to move quickly and precisely … through the page. … And this works not just in Word Processing apps … but it should work in any app that has a scroll bar … like if you have to scroll through a long webpage in Safari. … You can also use multi-finger shortcuts to select text. … To select a word, just double-tap it. … To select an entire sentence, triple-tap it. … And to select an entire paragraph, tap it four times. …
- Deleting and moving apps
- Managing data usage
- Using iPad-specific gestures
- Typing tips
- Customizing mail
- Scanning documents
- Fitting more on the Home screen
- Using a mouse with the iPad
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